Men Of Honor movie trailer - starring David Keith, Robert De Niro, Michael Rapaport, Charlize Theron, Joshua Leonard, Cuba Gooding, Jr.. Genre: Drama
Two small time hustlers loose a winning lottery ticket in a robbery. They scour the city and battle thugs to retrieve it.
From their brownstone in Brooklyn , Cliff and Claire Huxtable watched over their family with style, wit and wisdom. They juggled their successful careers in medicine and law while raising five children who constantly test the limits. With humor and insight, which only comes with experience, the couple guides their children through the peaks and pitfalls of everyday life. Opting for reality-based humor instead of slapstick comedy, The Cosby Show provides a warm-hearted look at the complexity of human behavior.
Man And Boy movie trailer - starring Bill Cosby, Leif Erickson, Gloria Foster, George Spell, Douglas Turner Ward. Directed by E.W. Swackhamer. Genre: Drama
The Meteor Man starring Robert Guillaume, Sinbad, Marla Gibbs, Luther Vandross, James Earl Jones, Robert Townsend
Off The Black movie trailer - starring Nick Nolte, Timothy Hutton, Trevor Morgan, Rosemarie DeWitt, Sonia Feigelson. Directed by James Ponsoldt. Theatrical Release Date: 12/8/2006
Fat Albert movie trailer - starring Kenan Thompson, Kyla Pratt, Jeremy Suarez, Raven Symone, Aaron Frazier, Omari Grandberry. Directed by Joel Zwick. Theatrical Release Date: 12/25/2004
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Lightning In A Bottle movie trailer - starring Bill Cosby, B.B. King, Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown, Bonnie Raitt, Aaron Neville, Solomon Burke. Directed by Antoine Fuqua. Theatrical Release Date: 10/22/2004
A generation grew up watching Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids, the Saturday morning cartoon series that enjoyed one of the longest runs in cartoon history. Now, Bill Cosby’s beloved characters make their way to movie theaters nationwide in an all-new, live-action motion picture. Fat Albert and friends are drawn through a TV into the real world where they get into fish-out-of-water trouble while simultaneously trying to solve the problems of two teenage girls. There is, of course, a ticking clock: if our heroes don't get back into their cartoon universe pretty soon they will turn to celluloid powder. Thanks to their initiative and a little help from the real life Bill Cosby, Fat Albert ("Hey, Hey, Hey") and his pals find a way.
On February 7, 2003, renowned artists across music genres and generations commandeered the stage at New York City's Radio City Music Hall to pay tribute to their common heritage and passion: the blues. Shared with thousands of fans in attendance, legendary performers from the roots of rock, jazz,and rap joined forces for a once-in-a-lifetime salute to the blues benefit concert whose proceeds went to musical education. Executive produced by Martin Scorcese, produced by Alex Gibney and directed by Antoine Fuqua, Lightning in a Bottle captures the night's magic and weaves a history of blues through the juxtaposition of performers, backstage interviews, rehearsals, and archival clips of some of the greatest names in American music, from blues royalty like Buddy Guy and B. B. King to their musical heirs ranging from John Fogerty and Bonnie Raitt to Mos Def and Indie.Arie.
A generation grew up watching Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids, the Saturday morning cartoon series that enjoyed one of the longest runs in cartoon history.
This microbudget indie film, Lightning in a Bottle, stars Jenna Bowers as Elysia, a college graduate recruited by a secret organization that protects a small Indiana town from dark forces. When people in the town start going missing, it's up to Greg (Josh Baker), the group's leader, and Ambrose (Eric T. Schroeder), a backwards living wizard, to stop the person or creature behind it.
Renowned artists across music genres and generations commandeered the stage at New York City's Radio City Music Hall to pay tribute to their common heritage and passion: the blues. Shared with thousands of fans in attendance, legendary performers from the roots of rock, jazz, and rap joined forcesfor a once-in-a-lifetime salute to the blues benefit concert whose proceeds went to musical educat...
Fat Albert and friends are drawn through a TV into the real world where they get into trouble while also trying to solve the problems of two teenage girls. If they don't get back into their cartoon universe soon they will turn to celluloid powder.
Woman Discovers Own Friend Allegedly Stole $13k From Her; Mom on Crusade After Catching Nanny Shaking Her Daughter
Stephen welcomes comedian and actor Bill Cosby to the show.
From PBS: This episode traces the story of people of color on American television — including the mid-1960s breakthroughs of African Americans Diahann Carroll (“Julia”) and Bill Cosby (“I Spy”). Latino landmarks range from “I Love Lucy” with Desi Arnaz to “Miami Vice” with Edward James Olmos. Also featured are Asian-Americans like George Takei (“Star Trek”), who details his youth spent in a Japanese internment camp.
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Bill Cosby sits down with Jon and discusses his new comedy special "Far From Finished."
Playing space aliens, Little Bill pretends to be a giant Burple attacking Captain Brainstorm's spaceship. When his electronic spaceship toy stops flashing and beeping, Little Bill goes to his father to see what's wrong.
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Little Bill grows concerned when Wabbit, one of his class' pet bunnies, acts unresponsively.
Now that Wabbit's babies have grown enough, Miss Murray reminds her disappointed class that they must find the young bunnies new homes.
Little Bill, Andrew, Kiku and Fuchsia can't wait to meet their favorite superhero, Captain Brainstorm, at the mall. Little Bill's drawn a picture book and made up a special adventure story for him.
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Hilton suffers from insomnia for several days, falling asleep during the day at inopportune moments, causing Erica and Ruth embarrassment.
Griffin tries to encourage both his students and the Lucases to eat healthier foods.
A foster child in Erica's class wants to move in with the Lucases.
Hilton discovers that a former high school buddy is now homeless.
Griffin's inability to deal with the return of his estranged father, who abandoned him 15 years earlier, causes problems in his relationship with Rebecca.
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