Robin Williams - February 11, 1984: See selected sketches and segments from this 1984 episode hosted by Robin Williams. watch
In 1982, at the height of his career, New Wave pioneer Adam Ant was coasting on the success of his hit single 'Goody Two Shoes' and a Grammy nomination in the category of Best New Artist. Yet, growing up a working-class kid in London, his beginnings were humble. His mother, in fact, worked as a housekeeper for Paul McCartney. Watch as Adam shares how visits to Paul's music room inspired him to chase his dreams of rock stardom. Plus, Adam reveals how his respect for a sports icon kept him away from alcohol and drugs.
Face Down movie trailer - starring Joe Mantegna, Adam Ant, Kelli Maroney. Directed by Thom Eberhardt. Genre: Drama
A religious cult leader battles another group over control of a water supply in the post-apocalyptic future.
Nomadic spirits take possession of a French anthropologist. The beautiful L.A. doctor who treats him becomes their next target.
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Vampire Zachary Simms (Adam Ant) wakes up in his coffin after having overslept for 100 years. In the house lives young Kendall Gordon (Kimberly Foster). Simms is amazed over how much has changed the last century. He falls in love with Kimberly, and must become more human in order to be with her…but her boyfriend doesn't like the guy who always follow her around...
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A French anthropologist (Pierce Brosnan) intends to settle peacefully in Los Angeles, but a mystical band of deadly evil spirits (lead by Adam Ant) -- the incarnation of nomads he once studied -- materialize to haunt him. When he is murdered, he passes the memories of his last days to an emergency room doctor (Lesley Anne-Down). She is then plunged into a freakish game of life and death as she becomes the next target of the unrelenting nomads.
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Robin Williams - February 11, 1984: See selected sketches and segments from this 1984 episode hosted by Robin Williams.
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