Action clip - starring Jay Mohr, Buddy Hackett, Illeana Douglas, Jarrad Paul.
After spending years lost in the cellar of an institute that experiments on animals, a loquacious parrot is discovered by a lonely janitor. Released from captivity, the fun loving bird, embarks on a mission to find the girl who raised him and meets a series of lovable nuts who help him on his way.
Fast-talking salesman comes to a small town in Iowa to organize a boys' band and inadvertently falls in love with a librarian. Oscar nominee for Best Picture features terrific score!
A group of ordinary citizens risk life and limb when they go on a frantic search to find stolen money buried under a big 'W'. All star cast loaded with amusing cameos.
A group of greedy clowns tear up the countryside in search of buried treasure in It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World (1963) featuring an all-star cast including Spencer Tracy, Sid Caesar, Milton Berle & Jonathan Winters.
Race-driver Jim (Dean Jones) clashes with Thorndyke (David Tomlinson) as Carole (Michele Lee) mediates and Herbie makes his first appearance in Disney's The Love Bug, 1969.
Pat Boone is a singing lieutenant in the U.S. Navy in the service comedy All Hands on Deck (1961).
Milton Berle and Buddy Hackett appear in this previously unseen commercial created by Stan Freberg for It's A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World (1963).
Spencer Tracy and an all-star comedy cast appear in It's A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World (1963), one of The Essentials, hosted by Robert Osborne and Carrie Fisher.
The second beach party movie, Muscle Beach Party (1964), features guest appearances by Dick Dale and Stevie Wonder.
Mechanic Tennessee Steinmetz (Buddy Hackett) holds forth as driver Jim Douglas (Dean Jones) fiddles with Herbie in Disney's The Love Bug, 1969.
Wilhelm (Laurence Harvey) is wildly greeted by the kids and frowned at by sister-in-law Dorothy (Claire Bloom), brother Jacob (Karl Boehm) intervening, in George Pal's The Wonderful World Of The Brothers Grimm, 1962.
Disney's under the sea classic continues The Little Mermaid II: Return To The Sea, the magical sequel to one of the most celebrated animated films of all time! Ariel, Sebastian, Flounder and all your favorite characters from the original movie splash into a wonderful adventure overflowing with more unforgettable characters, fin-tapping songs and an exciting, action-packed story. Ariel and Eric must hide their precious daughter Melody’s mermaid heritage to protect her from Ursula’s revengeful sister Morgana. But when the lure of the sea proves too strong for Melody, they call upon King Triton and all the good creatures on land and under the waves to help rescue their daughter and restore harmony to the seas.
Ariel and Eric must protect their daughter from Ursula's sister.
When you're the world's funniest, fast-talking parrot, you can find yourself in a world of trouble - real fast - as Paulie learns in this hilarious adventure classic the whole family will treasure. When a little bird with a big personality sets out to find the loving girl who raised him, he discovers his way with words has a way of landing him in big trouble. But as fast as he can talk himself into a fix, he finds his gift of gab, a heart full of hope, and an odd menagerie of human friends can help him realize his most important dream - to be home at last!
Paulie, an intelligent parrot who actually talks, relates the story of his struggle to a Russian immigrant who works as a janitor at the research institute where he is housed and neglected.
When a little bird with a big personality sets out to find the loving girl who raised him, he discovers his way with words has a way of landing him in big trouble. But as fast as he can talk himself into a fix, he finds his gift of gab, a heart full of hope, and an odd menagerie of human friends can help him realize his most important dream - to be home at last!
The San Francisco Ballet performs John Neumeier's ballet, The Little Mermaid.
The film is dedicated to the memory of the great Danish writer Hans Christian Andersen and is based upon one of his best fairy tales.
A little Mermaid fell in love with a Prince whom she once had saved during a storm. For the sake of her love she sacrificed many things: she fearlessly left her home, striking a deal with an evil sorceress. Using all kinds of magical incantations in exchange for the Mermaid’s beautiful voice, the witch had replaced the fish tail by human legs, making it possible for the Mermaid to walk and live on earth. The Little Mermaid had gone through all these trials only to be near her beloved. But the Prince, not realizing how lucky he is, loses her forever…
Following his death from a heart attack, Peter comes face to face with God. When his promise to be a nicer person allows him to negotiate a deal, Peter returns to life to finish Beverly Hills Gun Club. Coming back to find his ex-wife Jane reading his will in his hospital room, he does his best to make good on the promise. And after recuperating for two weeks, Peter returns to work where Stuart, Jenny and Titus have held things together in his absence.
While showing Adam the ropes at a popular Hollywood singles bar, Peter offers to buy Jenny Johnson a drink. Though expecting her to be just another mindless sexual conquest, Peter is immediately taken with Jenny's intelligence and wit, so much so that he offers her a job. And even though Wendy doesn't want an assistant, Peter refuses to take no for an answer.
When Bobby complains about the project's slow start, Peter offers to put his own money into Beverly Hills Gun Club as a sign of good faith. However, when the studio head calls his bluff and takes the ten million dollar check, Peter must scramble to get things back on track before his investment disappears. Having already lost one director to a drug overdose, Peter then asks Wendy to find another.
During his Capitol Hill testimony on film violence, Peter goes out of his way to antagonize the panel's conservative senators. As a result, Bobby insists that he begin the process of recanting his provocative remarks by putting his fate in the hands of publicist Connie Hunt. Meanwhile, after being enticed by a seductive offer from Marty Jordan, Adam reconsiders a longtime relationship with his elderly agent, Irwin Klein.
Rumors of Peter's kinky sex with a frog spreads through Hollywood.
Peter has a heart attack.
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Peter's latest pick to click.
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During a meeting at the studio, Stuart recommends Neil Patrick Harris for the lead in Beverly Hills Gun Club, while Bobby G has his mind set on James Van Der Beek. When Van der Beek's unavailability leads Wendy to recommend Holden Van Dorn, Peter suggests either Leonardo DiCaprio or Scott Wolf. But after the diminutive Wolf is dismissed as being too short and skateboarding legend Tony Hawk turns down the role for his friend DiCaprio, Peter is left to pursue Van Dorn.
As a result of all his hard work on Beverly Hills Gun Club, screenwriter Adam Rafkin has been hospitalized with pneumonia. To help cheer him up, Peter arrives with their film's new leading man, action film legend Cole Ricardi. However, Adam's recovery is set back when Cole reveals the changes he wants in the script. Meanwhile, Co-Executive Producer Dick Black complains about casting the aging Ricardi as the lead in their new film.
Peter is going to be a father again.
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Peter's prostitute goes pro.
Peter Dragon, a successful producer with a series of box office hits to his credit, is used to having things his way in the "dog eat dog" world of Hollywood. As a result, everyone from high-powered studio executives to actors and writers must bow before him as they fight for a piece of his projects. However, his latest film, Slow Torture, is headed for a disastrous opening and Peter knows it. To make matters worse, he soon discovers that his head of production, Stuart Glazer, has mistakenly paid $250,000 for screenwriter Adam Rifkin's latest script.
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