All In The Family clip - starring Carroll O'Connor, Jean Stapleton, Rob Reiner, Sally Struthers.
First-rate family feature about a young man's search for a beautiful maiden in a magic kingdom. Many stars in supporting roles!
Yoga Start-Up Workout movie trailer - starring Tara Boreyko. Genre: Non-Fiction
Pete Seeger: The Power Of Song movie trailer - starring Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen, Pete Seeger. Directed by Jim Brown. Theatrical Release Date: 9/14/2007
Jordan Klepper reports on a surprising Social Security law, Jon comments on Fox News's track record for accuracy, and Norman Lear discusses "Even This I Get to Experience."
Fox News gets an opportunity to criticize Jon's commentary on excessive police violence in the U.S
Facing abysmal approval ratings, Congress puts aside their differences to focus on ridding Nazis of Social Security benefits.
An unfortunate photo of Tony Blair causes his family's Christmas card to trend online.
"Even This I Get To Experience" author Norman Lear recalls struggling to succeed in comedy before such hit sitcoms as "All in the Family," "The Jeffersons" and "Maude."
Senior White House Correspondent Jordan Klepper expresses disbelief that the U.S. government has been giving Nazis Social Security benefits.
In Pete Seeger: The Power of Song, Director Jim Brown documents the life of one of the greatest American singer/songwriters of the last century. Musicians including Bob Dylan, Arlo Guthrie, Joan Baez, Bonnie Raitt, Brice Springsteen, Natalie Maines, and Peter, Paul and Mary appear in this intimate portrait and discuss Seeger s lasting influence on the fabric of American music.
Interviews, archival footage and home movies are used to illustrate a social history of folk artist Pete Seeger.
Based on the award-winning best seller by Jess Mowry, "Way Past Cool" is a coming-of-age story told in reverse, for it is the story of a group of young black kids and their fight to reclaim their childhood.
Academy Award winners Kathy Bates and Jessica Tandy star with Mary Stuart Masterson and Mary-Louise Parker in this inspiring drama adapted from Fannie Flagg's best-selling novel. When an unhappy housewife (Bates) befriends a lady in a nursing home (Tandy), she hears a remarkable tale of laughter, devotion and a special friendship that defies all obstacles in this heartwarming film from acclaimed director Jon Avnet.
Evelyn Couch is having trouble in her marriage, and no one seems to take her seriously. While in a nursing home visiting relatives, she meets Ninny Threadgoode, an outgoing old woman, who tells her the story of Idgie Threadgoode, a young woman in 1920's Alabama. Through Idgie's inspiring life, Evelyn learns to be more assertive and builds a lasting friendship of her own with Ninny.
Academy Award winners Jessica Tandy and Kathy Bates star in this tale of a woman who comes to understand the value of friendship as she hears the story of two women and how their friendship shaped their lives in 1930s Alabama.
Return to a time when men were men and swamps were swamps. Fire swamps, that is. Full of quicksand and Rodents of Unusual Size. Lagoons were inhabited by shrieking eels. And the most beautiful woman in the world was named…Buttercup? Well, it's a bent fairy tale. Complete with all the fencing, fighting, chases, escapes, and silly accents you'd expect. Plus one of two things only Rob Reiner (director of "Misery", "When Harry Met Sally...") could dream up. Like Inigo Montoya, who has dreamt his whole life of finding the six finger man who killed his father. Blonde Buttercup loves Westley, a poor stable boy. But when he's captured by pirates, she's chosen by evil Prince Humperdinck to be his princess bride. Along the way, she gets kidnapped, he gets killed. But it all ends up okay.
Television writer and producer Norman Lear talks with Jon about his book "Even This I Get to Experience."
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Health and Human Services Head on 'Full-Court Press' to Fight Ebola; Connecticut State Trooper Kills Alleged Casino Bus-Stabber
Two men who changed the face of America - entertainment producer Norman Lear and Starbucks Chairman Howard Schultz - discuss creative entrepreneurship.
In the season finale, Jack and Bobby discover that Grace plans to visit their father, Juan (LOU DIAMOND PHILLIPS - "La Bamba," "Hollywood Homicide"), in a Texas prison. Bobby insists on joining her, and along with Jack they embark on a spontaneous road trip, during which Grace is forced to reveal the shocking reason their father is in prison. The future reveals Jack's heartbreaking fate and details Bobby's unlikely road to the presidency. And, for the first time, the voice of President McCallister (Academy Award winner TIM ROBBINS - "Mystic River") is heard. Author GORE VIDAL appears as the Host of the McCallister documentary, and producer NORMAN LEAR ("All in the Family") portrays the elderly Peter Benedict, Bobby's future father-in-law.
Hollywood's finest celebrate the hit comedy series "Everybody Loves Raymond."
Norman Lear hosts with musical guest Boz Scaggs (“Lowdown” and “What Can I Say”)
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Mike graduates from college, an occasion that to Archie means Mike will soon be moving out of the house.
George Jefferson storms into the house, demanding Archie to explain why he paid him using a counterfeit $20 bill.
Gloria's bout with depression takes its toll on the family.
Archie learns that the canned mushrooms he just ate may have been part of a product recall because of reports of food poisoning. Mike urges Archie to investigate, but Archie decides he's sick and needs hospital treatment.
The Bunkers, Stivics and Jeffersons attend Lionel's engagement party. His fiancée is a young woman whose father is white and mother is black, much to the chagrin of Archie and (especially) George.
Archie learns that the mentally disabled have some real abilities, not to mention savvy, when he causes Gloria's friend, a stock boy at Ferguson's Market, to lose his job. The young man then finds himself another job.
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