Law And Order movie trailer - starring Ronald Reagan, Dorothy Malone, Preston Foster, Alex Nicol, Ruth Hampton, Russell Hampton. Directed by Nathan Juran. Genre: Western
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Cattle Queen Of Montana movie trailer - starring Ronald Reagan, Barbara Stanwyck, Jack Elam, Gene Evans, Lance Fuller, Anthony Caruso. Directed by Allan Dwan. Genre: Western
Rating: Not Rated
Hong Kong 97 movie trailer - starring Robert Patrick, Tim Thomerson, Brion James, Ming Na Wen. Directed by Albert Pyun. Genre: Action-Adventure
Juke Girl movie trailer - starring Alan Hale, Ronald Reagan, Gene Lockhart, Ann Sheridan, George Tobias, Richard Whorf. Genre: Drama
Rating: Not Rated
Hellcats Of The Navy movie trailer - starring Ronald Reagan, Nancy Davis, Arthur Franz, Robert Arthur, William Leslie, William Phillips. Directed by Nathan Juran. Genre: War
Rating: Not Rated
Hearts & Minds movie trailer - starring Clark Clifford, George Coker, Kay Dvorshock. Directed by Peter Davis. Theatrical Release Date: 3/20/2009
A terminally ill socialite decides to pack a lifetime of living into her remaining months. Several Oscar nominations, including Best Picture! Colorized version available.
One of America's most dynamic leaders, Reagan remains a guiding light for the Republican Party.
Author Terri Jentz tells her personal story of being savagely attacked while camping as a college student, her search for her attacker and justice, and, ultimately, her journey from denial and depression to righteous anger and health.
Princeton historian Sean Wilentz discusses 1974-2008.
Prologue of Forgiveness: A Time to Love and A Time to Hate
Voted Best Documentary of the year by The National Board of Review, The National Society of Film Critics, The New York Film Critics Circle, and the Los Angeles Film Critics Circle, this is a highly personal, wryly humorous look at the closing of several General Motors plants in Flint, Michigan, the hometown of filmmaker Michael Moore (Emmy-nominee for "TV Nation"), which resulted in the elimination of 35,000 jobs. Armed with a razor-sharp wit, compassion and more than a little chutzpah, Moore offers his perceptions of what went wrong in Flint, and chronicles his much-thwarted efforts to meet face-to-face with the big man himself, GM chairman Roger Smith. Michael Moore's controversial but popular film has been included in numerous 10-Best Lists for 1989. The New York Times describes it as "rollicking... witty... leaving the audience roaring with laughter!"
Michael Moore's controversial but popular film is a highly personal, wryly humorous look at the closing of several General Motors plants in Flint, Michigan.
This is a highly personal, wryly humorous look at the closing of several General Motors plants in Flint, Michigan, the hometown of filmmaker Michael Moore, which resulted in the elimination of 35,000 jobs. Armed with a razor-sharp wit, compassion and more than a little chutzpah, Moore offers his perceptions of what went wrong in Flint, and chronicles his much-thwarted efforts to meet face-to-face with the big man himself, GM chairman Roger Smith.
A startling and courageous film, Peter Davis’s landmark 1974 documentary Hearts and Minds unflinchingly confronted the United States’ involvement in Vietnam at the height of the controversy that surrounded it. Using a wealth of sources—from interviews to newsreels to footage of the conflict and the upheaval it occasioned on the home front—Davis constructs a powerfully affecting picture of the disastrous effects of war. Explosive, persuasive, and wrenching, Hearts and Minds is an overwhelming emotional experience and the most important nonfiction film ever made about this devastating period in history.
A startling and courageous film, Peter Davis's landmark 1974 documentary unflinchingly confronted the United States' involvement in Vietnam at the height of the controversy surrounding it. Using a wealth of sources--from interviews to footage of the conflict and the upheaval it caused on the home front--Davis constructs a powerfully affecting picture of the disastrous impacts of war.
The daring exploits of a submarine commander whose mission is to chart the minefields in the waters of Japan during WWII. This is Ronald and Nancy Reagan's only screen appearance together.
In 1981, a gunman fires shots at Ronald Reagan, prompting an urgent investigation to find out if this is a wider plot or the work of a lone assassin.
The second hour of The Reagan Presidency covers 1980-1984 and features in-depth discussion on foreign policy.
Hour one of The Reagan Presidency features a detailed discussion of domestic policy issues.
The concluding episode of The Reagan Presidency begins in 1985 with Mikhail Gorbachev's rise to General Secretary of the Soviet Union and chronicles the series of Soviet-American summits orchestrated by Reagan and Gorbachev.
Carter's dreams of change give way to Ronald Reagan. Gorbachev redeems Reagan and fresh opportunities for peace arise. The debate over Reagan's legacy. Directed and narrated by Oliver Stone.
The concluding episode of The Reagan Presidency begins in 1985 with Mikhail Gorbachev’s rise to General Secretary of the Soviet Union and chronicles the series of Soviet-American summits orchestrated by Reagan and Gorbachev, which led to a major breakthrough in the long-running Cold War.
The ninjas try to return Garmadon's Helmet of Darkness to its perch at the Celestial Clock to prevent the final battle between Lloyd and his father.
An Hour Long Appreciation Of President Ronald Reagan That Begins With His Former Chief Of Staff, Kenneth Duberstein. Then, An Interview With Presidential Historian Michael Beschloss About Reagan'S Life And Grand Personality. Charlie Concludes The Appreciation By Talking With Newsweek Editor Jon Meacham About Reagan'S Legacy.
Solidarity thrived in Poland; Soviets faced military pressure in Afghanistan, but Congress cut funding for Nicaragua. In 1986 Reagan met Mikhail Gorbachev, but missile reduction talks failed over SDI research. The Iran-Contra scandal broke. Gorbachev signed a missile reduction treaty. Reagan visited Moscow in 1988, but his dream of ending the Soviet Union came after retirement in 1989. Soon after, he was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease. This is the second of two parts.
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