Glengarry Glen Ross, follows the lives of four unethical Chicago real estate agents who are prepared to go to any lengths (legal or illegal) to unload undesirable real estate on unwilling prospective buyers.
A behind-the-scenes look at the beloved public television personality's journey from humble beginnings to an American pop-culture icon. "The Happy Painter" reveals the public and private sides of Bob Ross through loving accounts from close friends and family, childhood photographs and rare archival footage. Interviewees recount his gentle, mild-mannered demeanor and unwavering dedication to wildlife, and disclose little-known facts about his hair, his fascination with fast cars and more. Film clips feature Bob Ross with mentor William Alexander and the rough-cut of the first "Joy of Painting" episode from 1982. Famous Bob Ross enthusiasts, including talk-show pioneer Phil Donahue, film stars Jane Seymour and Terrence Howard, chef Duff Goldman and country music favorites Brad Paisley and Jerrod Niemann, provide fascinating insights into the man, the artist and his legacy.
Julia Ross secures employment, through a rather nosy employment agency, with a wealthy widow, Mrs. Hughes, and goes to live at her house. 2 days later, she awakens - in a different house, in different clothes, and with a new identity. She's told she is the daughter-in-law of Mrs. Hughes, and has suffered a nervous breakdown. I'd Julia really 'Julia', or, is it true, that she's lost all memory of who she is?
Businessman Mr. Ross decides to make a PowerPoint presentation of all the most embarrassing moments of his life.
Ross Noble returns with his 6th live DVD, Things, recorded at Manchester Opera House during his 180 date world tour.
Stand-up comedian Ross Noble takes his unique brand of humor Down Under. A live show recorded in front of a rapturous Aussie audience.
In a quarantine period, the false stability of a couple will break down when a child knocks on their door asking for help.
Revolutionary War heroine Betsy Ross finds herself in competition with her sister for the affections of a British soldier.
The story of a humble farming couple, a sudden upheaval and an unlikely saviour.
Groundbreaking psychiatrist and author Elisabeth Kübler-Ross dedicated her career to working with the incurably ill. In this intimate documentary filmed near the end of her life, Kübler-Ross relates her life story, from childhood to her final years. Friends, family members and colleagues weigh in with insightful observations and share their memories of this remarkable woman whose innovative concepts helped spawn the field of thanatology.
Live stage performance by British comedian and actor Ross Noble recorded druing his 2013 tour.
Ross Noble live at Newcastle City Hall in 2005
The extraordinary visual magic of Diana Ross is captured in this collection of some of the pop diva's biggest video hits. Six of her most dazzling "mini-movies" each tell a dramatic story, all shot on film and helmed by top video directors. Includes a special version of "Missing You" with footage of Marvin Gaye, a rendition of "Swept Away" and the Julio Iglesias duet "All of You."
Presumably the woman is Betsy Ross, and she's quite a pretty woman with tumbling dark hair and coltish legs. She dances energetically, but it all looks spontaneous and un-choreographed meaning that there's not a lot of rhythm to her movements.
Prepare your mind for a Nonsensory Overload with this brand new DVD from the uniquely talented Ross Noble.
George H.W. Bush only lost his re-election bid in 1992 because a peculiar independent candidate from Texas, Ross Perot, drew more voters away from Bush than from Democratic candidate Bill Clinton. It’s one of the most enduring myths in U.S. presidential election history. Perot ran a quirky “outsider” campaign that in many ways presaged the Donald Trump phenomenon of 2016. It all amounted to one of the most successful third-party bids in U.S. history; Perot won 19 percent of the popular vote. But, no, Perot did not cost Bush the election, as “The Perot Myth” — a film from FiveThirtyEight and ESPN Films, directed by John Watkin and Eamon Harrington — makes clear.
When Jeffrey Ross swaggers onto the stand-up stage, no one is safe.Respected and feared as a result of his show-stopping performances at the Comedy Central Roasts, Ross decided to take his hilarious and heartfelt brand of insult humor on the road.
Filmed live on stage at the Empire Theatre Liverpool, and the first ever stand up to be broadcast live to cinemas across Britain, this is Nobleism, the fifth DVD from the award winning comedian Ross Noble.
Friday Night with Jonathan Ross was a British comedy chat show presented by Jonathan Ross. It was first broadcast on BBC One on 2 November 2001. The programme featured Ross's take on current topics of conversation, guest interviews and live music from both a guest music group and the house band. The show began its final series in January 2010, and ended on 16 July 2010. The most frequent guests were Ricky Gervais and Jack Dee, Eddie Izzard, Jeremy Clarkson and Jimmy Carr. Johnny Vegas, David Attenborough, Stephen Fry and Simon Pegg all appeared in five episodes and Robbie Williams in four episodes. Since 2009 until its ending, the programme was broadcast in high-definition on BBC HD. Studio TC4 in the BBC Television Centre in London, where the show was made, was upgraded to HD, making it the third television studio in Television Centre to be upgraded to HD. The show was pulled by the BBC on 29 October 2008 when Ross and Russell Brand were both suspended from their TV and radio shows, in the events after the Russell Brand Show prank telephone calls row. The show returned on 23 January 2009, attracting 5.1 million viewers. The final 275th episode was broadcast on 16 July 2010.