A look at the battles Hugh Hefner fought over the years against the U.S. government, the religious right, and militant feminists.
Hugh Hefner: Playboy, Activist and Rebel -- A look at the battles Hugh Hefner fought over the years against the U.S. government, the religious right, and militant feminists.
Hugh Hefner: Playboy, Activist and Rebel -- An revealing look at the outspoken, flamboyant founder of the Playboy empire.
Veteran newsman Mike Wallace and his wife Mary invite Dr. Borenstein to their home for a revealing conversation about his depression, suicide attempt, treatment, and ultimate recovery from depression.
From the guys who brought you Mystery Science Theater 3000 comes the classic short film Shy Guy, with their unique blend of comedic commentary.
The gripping story of the acclaimed author of “Atlas Shrugged” and “The Fountainhead” in her own words
Revealing the surprising life story of one of the world’s most influential minds, this unprecedented film weaves together Ayn Rand’s own recollections and reflections, providing a new understanding of her inspirations and influences.
Hugh Hefner: Playboy, Activist and Rebel takes an intimate look at the outspoken, flamboyant founder of the Playboy empire.
When Hefner launched Playboy magazine in 1953, he became a champion of the sexual revolution and, immediately, the forces of Church and State initiated a war against him that raged over the decades. Hefner is revealed both as a hedonistic playboy, but, more importantly, as the man who’s been a groundbreaking advocate and catalyst for civil rights, the First Amendment, and human rights.
With humor and insight, the film captures Hefner’s fierce battles with the government, the religious right, and militant feminists. Compelling interviews with a remarkable Who’s Who of the decades, and rare footage, present a brilliant and entertaining snapshot of the life of an extraordinary man and the controversies that surrounded him.
An revealing look at the outspoken, flamboyant founder of the Playboy empire.
AYN RAND - A SENSE OF LIFE is the first authorized film look at the life and work of the controversial Russian-born author of "The Fountainhead" and "Atlas Shrugged." Narrated by Emmy Award-wining actress Sharon Gless, the documentary offers millions of fans the opportunity to relive the drama of Ayn Rand`s life and fiction: from her early childhood and escape from Soviet Russia to her struggle and triumph as an American writer whose book sales exceed 300,000 copies annually after five decades in print. Drawing from personal papers and public archives across two continents, the film combines fact, literary fiction and an intimate weave of interviews with Rand`s intellectual heir Leonard Peikoff, television journalist Mike Wallace, as well as rare photos, archival footage and an original film-noir scene from her 1934 play, "Ideal."
An appreciation of Mike Wallace who died on April 7, 2012. We are joined by Jeff Fager, Executive Producer of 60 Minutes; and 60 Minutes correspondents Morley Safer & Steve Kroft
An appreciation of Mike Wallace
An Interview With Cbs News Pentagon Correspondent David Martin On Relations Between Saddam Hussein And President Bush. Then, Kurt Eichenwald, Of The New York Times, Weighs In On The Arthur Andersen Court Decision. Finally, A Conversation With Mike Wallace Of Cbs News, On Some Of The Highlights Of His Long Career In Television Journalism.
The United States Secretary Of Energy, Spencer Abraham, Talks About The Prospect Of Energy Independence. Then, A Discussion About The Book Medal Of Honor With Co-Authors Allen Mikaelian And Mike Wallace. Finally, A Remembrance Of Fashion Designer Bill Blass With A Rebroadcasted Interview.
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