From Academy Award® nominated director Roko Belic comes his latest film, HAPPY. HAPPY takes us on a journey from the swamps of Louisiana to the slums of Kolkata in search of what really makes people happy. Combining real life stories of people from around the world and powerful interviews with the leading scientists in happiness research, HAPPY explores the secrets behind our most valued emotion.
The Poseidon Adventure movie trailer - starring Adam Baldwin, Steve Guttenberg, Nathalie Boltt, Dale Abrahams. Directed by John Putch. Genre: Action-Adventure
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The Magic Box -- In this twisted, magical fairytale, a determined but underprivileged young man is rejected by a beautiful, materialistic woman. With the help of a little magic his luck begins to turn but he learns the hard way that not all fairy tales have a happy ending.
Yo Gabba Gabba!: Season 1: Episode 6 -- The Happy episode doesn't shy away from losing a game or being sad, but teaches the characters how to overcome moment of feeling sad.
Guest Stars: The Salteens
The new commanding officer Colonel Barrow (John Mills) arrives early, interrupting the farewell party for acting-Colonel Jock Sinclair (Alec Guinness) in director Ronald Neame's Tunes of Glory, 1960.
Susannah York (in her official debut, as 'Morag') navigates around her father Col. Sinclair (Alec Guinness) and his celebrating troops in the opening sequence to Ronald Neame's Tunes of Glory, 1960.
The Horse's Mouth -- In Ronald Neame's film of Joyce Cary's classic novel, Alec Guinness transforms himself into one of cinema's most indelible comic figures: the lovably scruffy painter Gulley Jimson. As the ill-behaved Jimson searches for a perfect canvas, he determines to let nothing come between himself and the realization of his exalted vision.
Laurence Olivier narrates from Noel Coward's script, Ethel (Celia Johnson) and Frank (Robert Newton) moving the family into the new house, opening David Lean's hit between-the-wars drama This Happy Breed, 1944.
Stirring moments on the home front, Kinross (Noel Coward, the writer, producer and co-director with David Lean) with wife (Celia Johnson) and kids (Daniel Massey, Ann Stephens), about to deploy, from In Which We Serve, 1942.
Much spectacle as Ethel (Celia Johnson) and Frank (Robert Newton) conduct daughter Queenie (Kay Walsh), sailor suitor Billy (John Mills) et al to the British Empire Exhibition, 1924, in David Lean's This Happy Breed, 1944.
Heady titles, dedication and credits, from creator Noel Coward and his colleague, sharing his first directing credit, David Lean, the technical and naval opening from In Which We Serve, 1942.
Reeled in from a Salvation Army rally, academic Cusins (Rex Harrison) is candid with the title character (Wendy Hiller), in Gabriel Pascal's Major Barbara, 1941, from George Bernard Shaw's play and screenplay.
Ronald Neame’s Hopscotch is a smart and stylish tale of international intrigue and a cat-and-mouse comedy.
An itinerant Indian poses as a doctor and soon finds all of the women dying to get him into bed. Little do they know that six months earlier he was a London bus conductor.
Walter Matthau and Jill Clayburgh star in this dramatic comedy that centers around the appointment of the first woman to the U.S. Supreme Court. She is aggressive, witty, magnetic-and an arch-conservative. He is wry, opinionated and roundly liberal. One hundred and one men have preceded the new female justice to seats on the bench of the nation's highest court, but now it's eight men and her. All unanimously accept their new colleague-except Matthau, "The Great Dissenter." He becomes the source of her fury, her challenges, her antagonism... and finally, her loving admiration. Matthau and Clayburgh are unforgettably and hilariously opposed in this contemporary tale that goes behind the bend with wit, wisdom and great conviction.
Ruth Loomis (Jill Clayburg) becomes the first woman appointed to the United States Supreme Court. A staunch conservative, she immediatly runs into conflict with Dan Snow (Walter Matthau), the high court's resident liberal. Although, they never agree on the issues before the Court, they develop a respect and affection for one another after several comedic encounters.
For the first time in history a woman is appointed to the U.S. Supreme Court, where she becomes a friendly rival to a liberal associate.
Miles Kendig knows too much. One of the CIA?s top international operatives, he suddenly finds himself relegated to a desk job in an agency power play. Unwilling to go quietly, Kendig, with the aid of a chic Viennese widow, puts himself back in the game by writing a memoir exposing the innermost secrets of every major intelligence agency in the world. The CIAwants Kendig dead, but he refuses to cooperate?he?s having too much fun. Based on Brian Garfield?s best-selling novel, and starring the inimitable comic team of Walter Matthau and Glenda Jackson, Ronald Neame?s Hopscotch is a smart and stylish tale of international intrigue and a cat-and-mouse comedy.
Suddenly relegated to a desk job, one of the CIA's top operatives begins writing a memoir exposing every major intelligence agency's darkest secrets.
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