Murder, She Wrote clip - starring Angela Lansbury.
The Dean Martin Variety Show was a hit TV program for nine scintillating seasons: the best comedy, the greatest music and the biggest guest stars in the business!
Weak animated sequel to the Disney classic, about the adventures of the now human Pinnochio.
After years of dating, Zoe (Jennifer Lopez) has decided waiting for the right one is taking too long. Determined to become a mother, she commits to a plan, makes an appointment and decides to go it alone. On the day of her artificial insemination, Zoe meets Stan (Alex O'Loughlin), a man with real possibilities.
Trying to nurture a budding relationship and hide the early signs of pregnancy becomes a comedy of errors for Zoe and creates confusing signals for Stan. When Zoe nervously reveals the reason for her unpredictable behavior, Stan commits fully and says he's in. Never before has love seen a courtship where a wild night of sex involves three in a bed. Stan, Zoe and the ever-present massive pregnancy pillow. Or, where "date night" consists of being the "focal point" at a near-stranger's water birth which does for kiddie pools what "Jaws" did for swimming in the ocean. The real pregnancy test comes when both of them realize they really don't know each other outside of hormonal chaos and birth preparations. With the nine month clock ticking, both begin to experience cold feet. Anyone can fall in love, get married and have a baby but doing it backwards in hyper-drive could be proof positive that they were made for each other.
After years of struggling to conceive with her husband, Lizzie (Radha Mitchell, OLYMPUS HAS FALLEN) has given up hope of having a baby on her own. But when her best friend Andie (Michelle Monaghan, SOURCE CODE) finds herself pregnant after a one-night stand, an unexpected solution arises: Andie offers to have the baby and give it to Lizzie. The couple agrees to the plan, on one condition: Andie must move in with them for the duration of the pregnancy. But can the women's friendship survive until birth? Jessie McCormack's debut is a refreshingly candid comedy about planning ahead for life's unexpected detours.
A romantic comedy centered on a woman who conceives twins through artificia...
A romantic comedy centered on a woman who conceives twins through artificial insemination, only to meet the man of her dreams on the very same day.
After dating a string of Mr. Wrongs, Zoe (Jennifer Lopez) commits to her back-up plan: to take on motherhood alone. But just when she discovers she's pregnant, she meets Mr. Right.
Steve (David Rasche) and Jenny's (Colleen Camp) new stepmother, Miranda (Bette Davis), is truly a witch in every sense of the word. With their father (Lionel Stander) happily deceived by his new wife, it is up to the kids to stop Miranda's dastardly plans, before it is too late. This movie was Bette Davis' last film.
Transforming into a cigarette smoking black cat is just one of Bette Davis' evil tricks in this campy, fun-filled brew that mixes magic with mayhem and costars Barbara Carrera as Davis' doting daughter.
Low-ranking football team The California Atoms are at a constant loss until they recruit a new player -- a mule named Gus. It turns out that Gus is an amazing placekicker with a 100-yard field goal ability! Just as the Atoms begin to leave their losing streak in the dust, crooks attempt to kidnap their new star.
Gus documents Gus Torregrossa, a beloved, Mafia-esque figure in the world of hip-hop and the Italian community in St. Louis.
A cast of comedy pros, including the hilarious Don Knotts and Tim Conway, make this Disney classic a sure winner!
In Treasure Hunt, Betsy and her friends learn about directions of a map (North, South, East and West), and how to use a compass and nature to complete Mrs. O'Connor's exercise to find a treasure.
In Betsy in Charge, Betsy and her friends get the chance to understand what it takes to run the school and come to realize how much work and responsibility goes into running the school and being an adult.
In Making Instruments, Betsy worries she won't be able to complete her music class assignment. She needs to make her own instrument in one week. During a day with her Dad at the zoo Betsy figures out the perfect creation for her instrument.
In Dinosaur Dynasty, the class goes on a field trip to the Dinosaur Museum, and they learn about dinosaurs and about what a paleontologist does.
"Big and Little" - Betsy and her friends learn the difference between big and little. There is a funny mystery around Bus Driver Bob and his school bus.
"Computer Fun" - Mrs. O'Conner has a surprise for the class in the library. Computer stations have been set up for everyone! Betsy and her friends have fun learning the basic instructions on how to use a computer.
In Manners Please, Betsy and her friends learn about manners. The class also gets introduced to table manners as they surprise their parents with a parent's day tea party.
In Mystery at Lakeshore Farms, Betsy's class learns about sorting and classifying. Mrs. O'Connor takes them on a field trip to Lakeshore Farms where Betsy and her friends solve a mystery by sorting and classifying.
"All Washed Up" - The class learns about personal hygiene and germs. Betsy gets a little carried away and learns its best to do everything in moderation.
"Space Rangers" - Learning about space is fun for the whole class. Mrs. O'Conner takes the class on a field trip to visit the planetarium.
"Homework Rules" - Betsy is anxious to get her new play-set but realizes that she needs to do her homework first. Understanding rules and why we have them was an important lesson for the whole class.
"Bread And Butterflies" - Mrs. O'Conner brings caterpillars into the class. It's fun for the whole class to watch, and learn how a caterpillar becomes a butterfly.
In Police Department, a police officer visits the class and explains what police do to keep the community safe. The class learns there are a lot of rules as well as different types of police jobs and responsibilities.
In Visit From The Doctor, the doctor talks about what's important to say healthy. Throughout the day the class learns about different food groups and that living healthy is fun!
In Newton The New Kid, Betsy and friends learn that the best way to make a new friend is to be a friend, and that being willing to try something new is important.
In A Colorful Encounter, the kids divide into groups for an art project involving primary colors. They discover that combining them makes new colors, just as by working together, they can make beautiful pictures.
Responsibilities, Betsy and her friends learn the importance of responsibility. At first they were all unsure and not in favor of having responsibilities but they learn to appreciate and enjoy having assigned responsibilities.
Rules Of The Road, After a chaotic bus ride in one morning, Bus driver Bob explains the rules of school bus safety. Betsy and her friends learn that safety comes first.
"A Whole Lotta Air" - Betsy fears her brother has floated away when she and her friends play with helium-filled balloons.
"The Fire Department" - Betsy and friends continue to learn about the people in their community with the Fire Department. The class gets introduced how the Fire Department works and how important it is to their community.
Treasure Hunt – Betsy and her friends learn about directions of a map (North, South, East and West). They learn how to use a compass and nature to complete Mrs. O’Conner exercise to find the treasure. Betsy in Charge – Betsy and her friends get the chance to really understand what it takes to run the school. They each get a set of responsibilities in different departments. Betsy and Newton are the principals. They each come to realize how much work and responsibility goes into running the school and being an adult.
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