Pashen (Joyce Walker), being arraigned for solicitation, is about to be rescued by social worker Cora (Diana Sands) when her pimp Willie (Roscoe Orman) arrives with bail in Willie Dynamite, 1974.
Social worker and ex-hooker Cora (Diana Sands) drops in on Willie's girls (Norma Donaldson, Juanita Brown et al) for a talking-to in director Gilbert Moses' Willie Dynamite, 1974.
Pimp Willie (Roscoe Orman) is arrested, harassed and exercised by rogue cops (led by gun-wielding Ted Gehring) in director Gilbert Moses' Willie Dynamite, 1974.
Not much story advance in this otherwise worthwhile scene featuring Martha Reeves reprising the title song and Willie (Roscoe Orman) and his seven bailed-out girls on parade in Willie Dynamite, 1974.
Pimp Willie (Roscoe Orman) drops by to tell social worker Cora (Diana Sands) to stop hassling his hookers in director Gilbert Moses' Willie Dynamite, 1974.
Bell (Roger Robinson) hosts a council of pimps (Ron Henriquez, Nathaniel Taylor et al), gaining support from all except Willie (Roscoe Orman) in an early scene from Willie Dynamite, 1974.
Social worker Cora (Diana Sands) and Assistant D-A Robert (Thalmus Rasulala) do some character exposition and bedroom banter in an early scene from Willie Dynamite, 1974.
Pimp Willie (Roscoe Orman) scolds Pashen (Joyce Walker) for getting busted then lectures his staff on what they're supposed to be delivering in WIllie Dynamite, 1974.
Pimp Willie (Roscoe Orman, from Sesame Street) has some motivational words for employee Pashen (Joyce Walker) whose production has been off, in an early scene from Willie Dynamite, 1974.
Martha Reeves sings the title song, helping set up the motives and milieu of the New York pimp-protagonist (Roscoe Orman) in the opening sequence to director Gilbert Moses' Willie Dynamite, 1974.
A Pittsburgh cop refuses to accept the justice system's determination of his father's murderer.
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Join Elmo in his biggest adventure yet! Co-starring Vanessa Williams and Mandy Patinkin. Elmo and his beloved blue blanket are inseparable. When Oscar carelessly tosses the fuzzy blanket into his trash can, Elmo dives in after it. He is suddenly plunged into Grouchland, the land of Grouches, stinky garbage and the greedy Huxley (Mandy Patinkin) who hasn't learned how to share. Elmo and all his friends from Sesame Street embark on a fun-filled adventure with one mission: to rescue Elmo's blanket. On the way, Elmo encounters a giant chicken and even the Queen of Trash (Vanessa Williams) herself! It's a grouch-loving good time filled with fun, sensational songs and all of your favorite characters!
Ends 09/30/14. Lovable Elmo of 'Sesame Street' fame loses his blanket on a busy street and gets sucked into the topsy-turvy world of Grouchland--where ugly is beautiful, dirty is desirable and a dastardly villain clings to Elmo's precious blanket. But songs, jokes and appearances by Bert and Ernie, as well as other Muppet favorites, are bound to save the day in this family treat.
Elmo loves his fuzzy, well-worn blue blanket better than anything in the whole world. In fact, theyare inseparable...a perfect team. Elmo would never let anything happen to it; until a tug-of-war with his friend Zoe sends his beloved blanket into a faraway land and puts Elmo in hot pursuit.
Playful Elmo loves his blue blanket and would never want to lose it. So when it gets spirited off to parts unknown in the midst of a tug-of-war with one of his friends, Elmo sets out to find it.
From Executive Producer Spike Lee comes a sizzling action-thriller. The game is cars - taking them from the street for a hot thrill-ride to the fence or the chop shop - and then living off the high until the next Mercedes or BMW rolls by. This is the only life that Jason Petty (Sharron Corley) and his crew understand. And when police lieutenant Emil Roscoe (Saul Stein) pursues his personal vendetta against Jason, the game gets deadly. The odds against survival are overwhelming, but surrounded by friends, family and a glimmer of hope - there's a chance they can turn their lives around. Energized by a riveting rap soundtrack, this urban drama takes a daring look at life on the street - the way it really is.
When a crew of street racers is singled out by a vengeful police lieutenant, the game gets deadly.
Jason and Midget, two black teenagers, have the same interests as most of their peers - stealing and joyriding cars! But when the boys jack a police car, they find themselves facing a large-scale offensive by abusive, violence-prone cops.
Bruce Willis and Sarah Jessica Parker star in this mind-bending action mystery. Tom Hardy (Willis) is a maverick cop who's not afraid to rock the boat in pursuit of a sadistic serial killer. Demoted to river patrol after suggesting the killer may be a fellow police officer, he initiates an unauthorized investigation which kicks the high-powered plot into overdrive. His new partner (Parker) climbs aboard with a surprise of her own as the conspiracy closes around them for a wake-trailing drama about honor, loyalty and family.
The world’s longest Street like you’ve never seen it before! Check out Sesame’s all new digital set in this episode featuring Ernie and Bert learning to ride bikes without training wheels. Enjoy new music including Elmo and actor Taye Digg’s remake of the hit song “Let’s Go Driving,” and Janelle Monae’s original song, “The Power of Yet.”
Join Cookie Monster in the hilarious debut of the Crumby Pictures parody “Twilight: Breaking Cookie.” Back on Sesame Street Big Bird’s pen pal Penelope is visiting. Elmo helps her learn how to make new friends and stay calm when she gets excited. Actress and comedian Mindy Kaling teaches the word “enthusiastic."
Academy Award-winning actress Lupito Nyong’o teaches children that different skin colors are beautiful. Elmo, Big Bird, and Mando gather the “Sesame Street Snazzy Society” and help Segi see that being brown is awesome!
Este programa de Sesame Street ayuda a las familias a lidiar con la partida militar. Presentados por Sesame Street y Plaza Sesamo.
When Snuffy helps Big Bird sell old toys at his Nest Sale, he accidentally sells Big Bird’s favorite teddy bear, Radar. Will Big Bird ever get Radar back?
Abby sees that Bob is teaching a music class and decides she’d like to join, but first she’ll need an instrument. Grover appears with a suitcase filled with all sorts of instruments for her to select from, when he decides he’s like to join too! Which instrument will he choose for himself?
It’s the grouchiest holiday of the year – Trashgiving Day! Oscar is in charge of the parade and he’s got out of tune bands, flat balloons, and wilted flowers but will the parade succeed in being grouchy enough to please his boss, Mr. Disgracey?
The Three Little Pigs are building a house to enter into the “Best House of the Year” contest. The Big Bad Wolf claims that he’ll be able to blow their house down. No one actually believes it, but then again, he’s been working out and practicing – uh oh!
Alan, Rosita, and Elmo are preparing a basket of goodies for Little Red Riding Hood to take to her grandma’s house, but it has to be strong enough to stand up to the Big Bad Wolf. What materials can they find to construct a basket that can withstand his mighty wind?
There’s a big concert coming to Sesame Street featuring Telly’s favorite singer, LMNOP. There’s only one problem – his entire entourage is missing. Will he have to cancel his show? Well, not if his friends at Sesame have anything to say about it!
Oscar’s plan to create a painting so grouchy and ugly that everyone on Sesame Street will be mad is backfiring! He slops, he splatters, he splats – but no matter what he does to make it worse, he just can’t seem to rile them up – will Oscar end up being the only angry person on Sesame Street?
Grover, Elmo, and Rosita are digging in the dirt and pretending to be Paleontologists. They imagine the items they’ve found might have once belonged to a dinosaur, but Chris teaches about the difference between actual fossils and ordinary stuff. If it’s a dinosaur they’re after, maybe they can create one using all of their finds – has anyone ever heard of a Soup Ladle-O-Saurus!?
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