A criminal gang is out to get a secret formula from a former member. In their mission to find it they kidnap the mans daughter. But don't worry, Bessie Fairbanks is on the case!
Join Minnie, Daisy and all your Clubhouse pals for a mousekemagical celebration of friendship and fun. Today is Minnie's birthday, and you're invited! But can Mickey and the gang get everything ready and keep the party under wraps until it's time to shout "Surprise!"? Only if you help them pick the right Mouseketools. Next, jump up on your feet and dance with Daisy in the big talent show at Mickey Park. Then journey to the end of the rainbow to find Leprechaun Pete's pot of gold! Overflowing with music and laughter, I HEART MINNIE is the perfect way to say, "I love you!"
This documentary gives a voice to organizers, DJs and party guests. Through their memories and confessions as well as unpublished videos and photos 20 years of history come back to life.
Rustle up some fun! Howdy Mousekeroos! It's time to put on your cowboy hats, grab your lassos and help Mickey, Goofy, and all your Clubhouse pals wrangle a boisterous herd of wild numbers into Mickey Corral. Laugh it up as you count 'em down from 10 to 1, and rustle up the right Mouseketools to catch those rascally numbers! Then search for Daisy Bo Peep's lost sheep, decode a secret message, and solve more super fun puzzles. For big surprises and rootin', tootin' fun from sun up to sundown, count on Mickey's Numbers Round-Up!
Techno celebrated its 25th birthday in 2013. It has become a culture in its own right, ranking among trendy music, and bringing together millions of people worldwide. Its DJs have become veritable stars. It is a global, worldwide culture, and its creators and fans alike share its common denominators of hedonism, a thirst for freedom, and a sense of suspended time via its musical trances. Thanks to Internet, but also thanks to emblematic festivals, the Techno movement is today undergoing exponential growth. What are the codes and the creative processes of this worldwide culture? Who are the leading players of this global movement? How does this music influence contemporary creation, and increasingly, the economy?
Director: Søren Fauli Drama Also known as: The Cable Club
A documentary about the legendary and notorious Starck Club in Dallas, TX. The Starck Club was world renowned designer Philippe Starck's first major design in North America. In addition, it was ground zero for the popularization of the dance drug MDMA, aka ecstasy.
Farmer Tommy and his girl Jane come in from the country for a night at the Hollywood Trocadero. There, they meet Chuck, Hollywood's Number One press agent, and his Girl Friday, Daisie. Hearing of the hardships imposed down on the farm by the war-related labor shortage, Chuck offers the help of his clients, movie star Gilda Parker, heavyweight boxer Canvas, and Eddie Le Baron and his whole orchestra, to help harvest the crops.
The concert film from the Berlin O2 World
Road Rally Episode
Five young musicians, each harboring painful memories, are assembled to entertain American soldiers at an Enlisted Men's Club. Tensions emerge between the tenor saxophonist, a disillusioned ex-soldier, and a bitter GI whose brother was killed in the war. And when the band plays the prohibited "Danny Boy" during a birthday bash for a sergeant whose son Danny had died a year ago, everyone must confront a past they'd rather forget.
A young doctor is determined to expose the killer when a surgeon is found stabbed to death in a hospital elevator.
French adult movie with Marina Hedman.
The Sting is a live album and DVD by the band W.A.S.P. Originally released as a DVD/CD set, it is also available as a CD on its own. The concert was originally recorded and shown as a live webcast, which happened during the bands Helldorado World Tour. The DVD of the show (and the webcast) is the first live footage of the band to feature Blackies signature microphone stand, dubbed 'Elvis' by band and fans alike. This album according to band members is known as "The Sting". It is alleged that Blackie is unhappy with the way the DVD and CD were produced, feeling that the sound is of an inferior quality
Beautiful young dancer Michelle Foreman fells herself drawn to the hottest striptease club in town. And she's a natural-gliding, grinding glistening in the hot lights. she's all things to all men. It's not long before she translates her dancing technique to the art od seduction-especially once she meets the hansom Jeff Conaway. But it's a confusing situation for her. Surrounded by gorgeous beauties, who take it all off for the men who worship them-and the men who try to use them-she tries to fund her place in the sexually charges, seductive world. Michelle is living to lives: innocent by day, flesh and temptation at night! and on the tradition of Flashdance, Michelle uses erotic dancing to achieve her dreams.
Sent to San Francisco to spend the summer with his aunt, teenager Mario Vandetti makes fast friends with a group of neighborhood kids and encouraged by a caring priest they soon form a basketball team, becoming contenders in a city tournament.
College student Regina comes back to her room from class one day to discover she's won a getaway vacation at the quiet Red Wolf Inn. Before she can even call her parents to let them know where she'll be, the lodge owners arrange her transport and she soon finds herself with two other young women as guests of a kindly old couple. The place is beautiful and the food is fantastic, but something just doesn't seem right. One of the guests has suddenly vanished, and the hosts are certainly reluctant to have anyone poking around the meat locker. Still, the barbecued ribs are delicious, so what's there to complain about?
a movie by Heinz Paul
Ghost Blues follows the life and career of Rory Gallagher from his upbringing in Cork, his early days with a showband, the brief success of Taste and then his legendary solo career leading up to his health problems in later life and tragic death at the age of just 47. There are archive interviews, both audio and visual, with Rory and contributions from many of his friends and admirers including his brother Donal, Bob Geldof, The Edge, Cameron Crowe, Slash, Johnny Marr, James Dean Bradfield, Ronnie Drew, Bill Wyman, Martin Carthy, band members Ted McKenna and Gerry McAvoy and many more.