On a small tropical island called Cascara forgotten by the British Empire, Governor Baxter Thwaites (two-time Academy Award winner Michael Caine) finds his life flipped upside down when an American company discovers a rich reserve of valuable mineral water. Soon everyone from far and wide is eager to stake their claim, while Baxter must contend with his own chaotic personal life including sexy environmentalist Pamela (Superman's Valerie Perrine) and his dysfunctional wife (You Don't Know Jack's Brenda Vaccaro). From the writer of The Bank Job and Across the Universe comes an uproarious farce where greed, environmentalism, and civic pride collide!
The Beatles cartoon of a land taken over by the Blue Meanies. They are recruited by an escapee to come and bring joy (and music) back to the land. Including a behind-the-scenes featurette, storyboard sequences, original pencil drawings and interviews. Also the never seen before animated song 'Hey Bulldog'.
Mr. Burns moves in to the Simpson's home to commission Marge to paint his portrait.
Bart and Lisa beg Homer to take them to Mt. Splashmore water slide park.
The farewell concert of the legendary musical group, The Band, with many great guest stars.
Armed with their humor, songs, and yellow submarine, The Beatles tackle the seas ahead in an effort to bring down the evil forces of bluedom. The animated classic fantasy film has been digitally restored for 4k digital cinemas frame by frame, all by hand.
In ABC's "Mind Games," Christian Slater and Steve Zahn star as brothers who use psychological manipulation to solve their clients' problems. Plus, having both been in the business for a long time, have they ever crossed paths before?
Jenna Elfman chats with Laura Saltman about playing an eccentric character on NBC's "Growing up Fisher." What does she love about playing a "nutty" character? Plus, whose real life story is the show based on? Has she met the woman she portrays?
Clark Gregg, who plays Agent Coulson, tells Laura Saltman about what's next on "Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." What will happen when Jaimie Alexander's Lady Sif visits the show? Plus, what does he reveal about Stan Lee's upcoming cameo?
Magical Mystery Tour -- Trailer for Magical Myster Tour
Kelly Clarkson exposes her movie preferences during the soundtrack category.
Rosie Pierri talks about co-hosting the 2013 AMAs Coca-Cola Red Carpet Live!
"On November 29, 2002, one year after the passing of George Harrison, Olivia Harrison and longtime friend Eric Clapton organized a performance tribute in his honor. His closest friends gathered at London’s Royal Albert Hall to celebrate his life in the only way they knew how – by playing his music. The momentous evening featured George's songs, and music he loved, performed by a lineup that included Clapton, Jools Holland, Jeff Lynne, Paul McCartney, Monty Python, Tom Petty, Billy Preston, Ravi and Anoushka Shankar, Ringo Starr, Dhani Harrison and many more.
Directed by David Leland (Wish You Were Here, HBO’s Band Of Brothers and the Traveling Wilburys video “Handle With Care”), the Grammy® Award-winning CONCERT FOR GEORGE captures stunning renditions of some of the most significant music of the 20th century, including “While My Guitar Gently Weeps” (featuring Clapton on guitar, McCartney on piano and Starr on drums), “Taxman” (performed by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers) and “The Inner Light” (covered by Jeff Lynne and Anoushka Shankar). Lynne, Harrison’s longtime friend and collaborator, produced the audio elements of the concert, while Clapton oversaw the entire proceedings as Musical Director."
In her final film, 87-year-old Mae West portrays Marlo Manners, a movie star who has just married her sixth husband, a very young aristocrat. All Marlo wants to do is consummate the marriage. But her attempts are frequently thwarted, thanks to interruptions from her ex-husbands, the media, her fans, a gymnastic team, a group of diplomats, and even a few secret agents. And if that weren't enough, Marlo has another problem: an audio tape she's made of her steamy memoirs has mysteriously disappeared…
Based on Mae West's Broadway stage hit, this is the story of an American sex symbol, whose wedding night (to her 6th husband) becomes a comedy of errors with the intrusion of the bride's former spouses.
In her final film, 87-year-old Mae West portrays Marlo Manners, a movie star who has just married her sixth husband, a very young aristocrat. All Marlo wants to do is consummate the marriage. But her attempts are frequently thwarted, thanks to interruptions from her ex-husbands, the media, her fans, a gymnastic team, a group of diplomats, and even a few secret agents. And if that weren't enough, Marlo has another problem: an audio tape she's made of her steamy memoirs has mysteriously disappeared...
A buoyant and imaginatively outrageous film from writer/director Ken Russell about Franz Lidzt, rock star circa 1840, starring Roger Daltrey and Ringo Starr.
Ken Russell's erotic, exotic, electrifying Rock-n-Roll movie about classical composer Franz Liszt, which portrays him as the world's first Rock idol. Starring The Who's Roger Daltrey as Liszt, in his and Russell's follow-up feature to "Tommy." Also starring Rock legend and former Beatle, Ringo Starr, and Yes' visionary keyboardist, Rick Wakeman. This bizarre, sexually obsessed biographical fantasy was the first film recorded with a Dolby Stereo optical soundtrack!
Vibrant pop-art animation, an amazing soundtrack and a lively storyline have made Yellow Submarine one of the most beloved musical films of all time. In the film, the idyllic Pepperland comes under attack by the Blue Meanies, a music-despising bunch who strip the land of sound and colour. Luckily the Captain of the Yellow Submarine, Old Fred, finds his way to Liverpool to enlist John, Paul, George and Ringo to help bring music, joy and laughter back to Pepperland. The magical journey is filled with surrealistic humour, Liverpudlian wit—and The Beatles’ classic songs.
Magical Mystery Tour—conceived and directed by The Beatles themselves—is a surreal take on the British tradition of a coach trip to the seaside, featuring the band members along with an eccentric cast of characters. The film was originally broadcast in the UK in 1967. While the music, featuring classic tracks like “Magical Mystery Tour,” “The Fool on the Hill,” and “I Am the Walrus,” was rapturously received, the movie was poorly reviewed by TV critics who expected something lighter and more in the style of of A Hard Day’s Night. As a result, the film never aired in the US and was not widely distributed. But now, 45 years on, the rarely seen classic film has been fully restored and is being presented in its original glory for the first time.
Released in 1965, "HELP!" was the second feature film from The Beatles, who reunited with "A Hard Day's Night" director Richard Lester for the globetrotting comedy. After Ringo becomes unwittingly attached to a mysterious gift from a fan—a sacred ruby ring that gets stuck on his finger—the band goes on the run from a cast of characters who are determined to recover it at any cost. Evading robed cult fanatics, a diabolical scientist, and a hapless troupe of London police, John, Paul, George, and Ringo travel between Buckingham Palace, the Austrian Alps, and the Bahamas, all while delivering seven classic tracks, including "You’ve Got to Hide Your Love Away," "Another Girl," and "I Need You."
The story behind the controversial and surreal Beatles film.
Watch the 2010 American Music Awards Coke Red Carpet Live on November 21st at 2 PM PST/ 5 PM EST and check into the AMAs on TV.com Relay- http://www.tv.com/relay-splash/.
Legendary drummer Ringo Starr teams up with Ben Harper & the Relentless7 to perform a live cut off their new album, "Y Not."
Watching TV, the kids see Krusty do an ad for Mt. Splashmore, a water-themed amusement park. They nag Homer so much that he finally agrees to take them - only to get stuck in a tube at the park because he is too fat. Publicly humiliated, Homer vows to lose weight. While getting his old dumbbells from the attic he finds a series of photos Marge painted of Ringo Starr. Lisa urges Marge to go back to art school to nurture her gift and Marge wins a prize for painting Homer in his underwear, on the couch. Mr. Burns, who is looking for a portrait painter, hires her. She can’t seem to capture his essence, until she sees Burns make fun of Homer, who’s excited he’s gotten his weight down to 239. Marge paints Burns as she sees him - a naked, bitter, elderly man. Burns is upset, but when the public reacts favorably, he goes along.
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Ringo Starr - December 8, 1984: Check out these selected sketches from the 1984 episode hosted by Grammy award winning musician Ringo Starr. Sketches include: 'Beatle Memorabilia Auction' and 'Fernando's Hideaway'.
Thomas & Friends: High Speed Adventures: Ride along with Thomas the Tank Engine and his locomotive pals for six exciting adventures on the Island of Sodor in this collection of episodes from the popular children's series.
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