For J.R. Ewing, Season 13 is as unlucky as a steer at a Texas barbecue. He starts by lying and cheating Ewing Oil to the brink of destruction and ends by kicking and screaming in a psychiatric hospital. In between he tires of his pretty young wife, seethes while Cliff Barnes's political star rises and bumps into a past he didn't know he had. Meanwhile, Clayton and Miss Ellie investigate a multiple-murder mystery, folks from seasons past unexpectedly return to stir up trouble and Bobby stays busy removing J.R.'s knives from his back, chasing after a Pam look-alike, and bringing a new Mrs. Ewing to Southfork. Y'all come 'round and meet the happy couple!
Big budget screwball comedy about panicking Southern Californians following the bombing of Pearl Harbor. Box office and critical disappointment, but occasionally hilarious!
J.R. may be down, but he's never out. After Ewing Oil collapsed in disgrace at the end of Season 10, some folks might expect Season 11 to feature a J.R. who's learned his lesson. But not Dallas fans - they know the only lesson J.R. ever learned was do unto others before they do unto you. So hang on to your Stetsons for 30 irresistible episodes of cheatin, lyin and tomcattin as J.R. claws his way back to the top. More drama: Bobby loses Pam but finds new romance. Cliff meets a broken-down wildcatter with dreams of gusher glory. Sue Ellen discovers that revenge is sweet. Two murder cases grab headlines. And a new crop of drop-dead gorgeous vamps with big schemes and bigger hair make life even more interesting for J.R.
The agony and ecstacy of dancers auditioning for a Broadway musical with Douglas as the no-nonsense director. Adapted from one of Broadway's longest-running shows!
Feature trailer for 1941.
During the bombing of Pearl Harbor, Californians await the worst.
A Chorus Line -- Hopefuls try out before a demanding director for a part in a new musical.
1941 -- Hysterical Californians prepare for a Japanese invasion in the days after Pearl Harbor.
The high voltage story of a group of young performers who audition for the chorus of a Broadway musical. Zach a famous Broadway producer, who is holding auditions for a new Broadway musical. As armies of dancers are brought on stage to audition for Zach, he sits in the darkened recesses of the theater, puffing on a cigarette and deciding which hopeful dancers will be in the chorus line. When he has reduced the dancers to 16 men and women, Zach asks each of them to step to the footlights and tell him about their lives, loves and dreams.
Hopefuls try out before a demanding director for a part in a new musical.
Steven Spielberg directs this riotous farce depicting the hysteria of a cross section of Los Angeles citizens following the bombing of Pear Harbor. The film is loosely based on a true event in which a Japanese submarine surfaced off the California coast, setting off a brief wave of panic.
The Huggabug Club explores the fascinating world of insects, including the life cycle of butterflies, the underground world of ants and the intriguing communication habits of honeybees. A special trip through a "Butterfly Encounter" puts the Buggsters face to face with hundreds of colorful, fluttering butterflies.
A grey sky doesn't give the Buggsters the blues as they learn about rainy day activities that only need a little imagination. Also, weather mysteries such as the causes of rain, cloud formation, and how the tile of the Earth's axis effects the change in seasons are presented in simple form.
The Buggsters learn about accepting new friends and new cultures when Nahero, a Japanese boy who's family has just relocated to the USA, tries his best to fit in.
What is sand made of? What makes the ocean taste salty? Where do the waves come from? The Buggsters are transported to a tropical beach where they learn the basics of oceanography, Huggabug style! They explore the ocean by swimming, jumping waves, building sand castles, and observing marine life.
Miss Audrey and Miss Judy try to surprise the Buggsters with home-made cookies, but the surprise is foiled by the Buggsters' noses! This episode teaches children about the five senses and how they allow us to experience our surroundings.
Through song, dance and imagination, the Buggsters travel by boat, airplane, train, bus, bicycle, car and foot to learn to all about transportation.
Maria is concerned about the new baby coming into her family. The Huggabug Club spends the day learning how special it is to be a brother or sister, and the importance of families. Whether a family is big or small, they learn that the only important characteristic is love. Original songs include "My Sister, My Brother" and "Changes", complete with a Samba Line.
The "Huggabug Chant" transports the Buggsters to Busch Gardens in Tampa, a world renowned zoological park containing exotic species of plant and wildlife. The Buggsters see mountain gorillas, white tigers, and camels, along with other animals. They learn about the loss of habitat and the importance of protecting the planet's endangered species. When the Buggsters return to the club, they receive a magical visit from a manatee.
The Buggsters act out their dream occupations in this episode, coming to understand that they can do whatever they put their minds to, regardless of gender.
Maria confesses her nervousness about starting kindergarten. Miss Audrey and Miss Judy lead the Buggsters in the Huggabug Chant, which transports them into a classroom. The Buggsters learn what to expect during a typical day of school, easing Maria's reservations and leaving her excited to begin kindergarten.
In the Huggabug tradition of song, dance, and fun, children learn why its always best to tell the truth. Uncle Huggabug and Auntie Bumble do a little ditty, "Tell it Like it is", while the Buggsters dance to "R-E-S-P-E-C-T, That's the thing to do".
The Buggsters learn to appreciate individuality and respect the special qualities that everyone possesses. Dance along with Uncle Huggabug to "Boogie Woogie Huggabug", and Oops-A-Daisy and Auntie Bumble as they perform "When I get a Giggle". Sing along with the Buggsters to "I'm Glad I'm me", a celebration of being a kid.
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