Get to know Chase before he heads off into the Nicaraguan wilderness.
The cast from ' A Fish Called Wanda' reteam in a twisted tale set in a British zoo. When the zoo is bought by an American millionaire, an order goes out that only the fiercest creatures be displayed in order to boost profits.
Fancast's Gordon Holmes annoys the 'Survivor' host and is promptly dealt with.
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Get to know Jimmy T. before he heads off into the Nicaraguan wilderness.
Get to know Shannon before he heads off into the Nicaraguan wilderness.
What nicknames do the players think they'll end up with?
The 'Survivor' Host and XFINITY TV's Gordon Holmes discuss the muddy aftermath.
Get to know Kelly before she heads off into the Nicaraguan wilderness
The 'Survivor' host shares how he'd get the cast bios away from Gordon Holmes.
The 'Survivor' host discusses how XFINITY TV's Gordon Holmes did in a challenge.
Whale Wars: Season 3: Episode 11 -- This is the beginning of the most massive engagement on the campaign. The Sea Shepherd crew deploys new tactics in their efforts to stop the Japanese whalers.
Tame zoo animals are traded in for a madcap menagerie in a scheme to boost sales in this comedy featuring the cast of 'A Fish Called Wanda.' Kevin Kline is a greedy corporate boss who is intent on beefing up profits at his London zoo. His new manager (John Cleese) plans to purge the placid pets to market more wild animals to the masses, but meets resistance from the zoo staff.
Jamie Lee Curtis, John Cleese, Michael Palin and Academy Award winner Kevin Kline follow their smash hit A Fish Called Wanda with another hilarious farce which Jeffrey Lyons of WNBC-TV, New York, calls "a very funny picture." A quaint English zoo is the setting for a riotous revolt after the zoo director attempts to rid the park of its cute, cuddly animals and display only "fierce creatures."
A massive corporate conglomerate, Octopus Inc., run by a shrewd and cruel tycoon named Rod McCain, purchases a UK-based leisure company, and also the failing London Marwood Zoo. To bring more business to the zoo, Octopus hires a new manager, Rollo Lee, who promptly comes up with a way to increase profits-do away with all the animals except for the ferocious ones. This new Fierce Creatures Policy shocks the Marwood zookeepers, led by the unendingly talkative Adrian "Bugsy" Malone. Eventually, Rod McCain's son Vince, along with the up-and-coming business executive Willa Weston, take control of the zoo and revoke the Fierce Creatures Policy. Vince instead comes up with many under-handed and vicious schemes to attract customers-unauthorized celebrity endorsements, shoddy, overpriced zoo merchandise, and using robotic animals instead of real ones. However, Vince is also stealing from the zoo's funds, and when his father finds out, he rears to turn the zoo into a Japanese-owned golf course. Meanwhile, Willa has grown to love the zoo and its animals, and, along with her newly-reformed love interest Rollo, plot with the zookeepers to save the zoo from the McCains.
Jamie Lee Curtis, John Cleese, Michael Palin and Academy Award(R) winner Kevin Kline follow their smash hit A FISH CALLED WANDA with another hilarious farce which Jeffrey Lyons of WNBC-TV, New York, calls "a very funny picture." A quaint English zoo is the setting for a riotous revolt after the zoo director attempts to rid the park of its cute, cuddly animals and display only "fierce creatures."
Six men saw it. One man became a prisoner inside it. But who would believe them? In 1975, logger Travis Walton (D.B. Sweeney) and his co-workers discovered a hovering UFO. Walton's pals fled, but Walton was not so fortunate. Whisked aboard the strange aircraft, he was subjected to a painful, unearthly medical study. Fire in the Sky is the amazing tale of that ordeal...and of the contempt and ridicule endured by the co-workers as they try to explain Walton's mysterious disappearance. (He was found five days later bloodied and bruised). James Garner plays an investigator who suspects the story may be a murder cover-up. And Robert Patrick, Craig Sheffer, Peter Berg, Bradley Gregg and Henry Thomas join Sweeney in the roles of the men staggered by an event they would have thought impossible if it hadn't happened to them...an encounter with a UFO.
In 1975, logger Travis Walton (D.B. Sweeney) and his co-workers discovered a hovering UFO. Walton's pals fled, but Walton was not so fortunate. Whisked aboard the strange craft, he was subjected to a painful, unearthly medical study.