An ex-con is reluctantly teamed up with a boy from a wealthy but neglectful family.
Black stars in three spooky tales by Richard Matheson. The last one, "Prey", is guaranteed to give you nightmares!
Our Fathers -- A dramatized account of the hidden sexual abuse and scandal that shook the foundation of the Catholic Church, and the characters, events, and policies that brought the abuse and scandal into existence.
Ann Curry talks to John Prendergast, co-founder of the Enough Project and author of 'The Enough Moment: Fighting to End Africa's Worst Human Rights Crimes', about negotiating with Sudan President Omar al-Bashir, who has been charged by the International Criminal Court for genocide in Darfur.
Ancient vampire Barnabas (Jonathan Frid) explaining affairs to reluctant aide Willie (John Karlen), interrupted by jealous new vampire Carolyn (Nancy Barrett), dying for the first time, in House Of Dark Shadows, 1970.
George Clooney begins his fact-finding mission in Southern Sudan in hopes to stop a war before it starts. Ann Curry reports.
The making of George Clooney, the humanitarian, from humble beginnings.
A candid conversation with George Clooney after coming back to camp, part of the Dateline report 'Winds of War: George Clooney in Sudan', which aired Dec. 3 2010.
George Clooney continues his journey through Southern Sudan, ultimately approaching the dangerous and notorious border with Northern Sudan.
Newlyweds try to survive life at a haunted family estate in Night of Dark Shadows (1971), starring David Selby, Kate Jackson and Grayson Hall.
Featuring interviews with Steven Spielberg, Sidney Lumet and other prominent filmmakers and historians, Imaginary Witness examines Hollywood’s attitude towards one of the most horrific events in world history.
A filmmaker examines Hollywood's depiction of the Holocaust and its incomprehensible atrocities in this award-winning documentary.
In the great tradition of haunted house chillers comes this frightening tale of the supernatural set in a sprawling old country mansion.
A newly married man is haunted by dreams about his family's murderous past. As the dreams become more intense, he fears that he might do harm to his bride. Based on the cult TV series, "Dark Shadows." Featuring a young Kate Jackson ("Charlie's Angels," "Scarecrow and Mrs. King").
A painter and his wife move into a home and find themselves plagued by the ghosts and spirits of his ancestors who used to be witches.
A newly married man is haunted by dreams about his family's murderous past. As the dreams become more intense, he fears that he might do harm to his bride. Based on the cult TV series, "Dark Shadows." Featuring a young Kate Jackson (CHARLIE'S ANGELS, SCARECROW AND MRS. KING).
Feature film version of the popular TV serial involving a vampire's quest for a cure to marry a lovely mortal.
Vampire Barnabas Collins is released from his prison and searches for a cure to his affliction, so he can marry the incarnation of his lost love.
Henry's time with Pamela is cut short when he's ordered to return to Washington. Meanwhile, Rhoda spends the night at a country inn with Palmer Kirby.
President Roosevelt sends Henry to London to report back on the British, but while there he finds himself spending a lot of time with Pamela.
With banker Luigi Gianelli in tow, Commander Henry heads off to Italy to see if Italian dictator Il Duce will meet with a peace envoy.
Henry is assigned to the U.S. Embassy in Moscow, where he meets up with Pamela again. Meanwhile, Byron is reunited with his siblings at Pearl Harbor.
While en route to the U.S. Embassy in Berlin, Commander Henry and his wife meet their shipmates, including General Von Roon and journalist Pamela.
After smoothing things over with the Russians and their State dinner guests, Henry receives command of a battleship and reports to Pearl Harbor.
Henry impresses the president during a meeting in Washington, but he soon becomes concerned when he learns that Madeline is living in New York.
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