Musical turned murder mystery set at a radio station.
When WW1 breaks out, farm boys, Billy (Josh Davis) and Jack Kelly (Mathew John Davis), along with their cousin, Paddy (Lachie Hume), sign up, and are shipped out to serve in Europe. With Billy a dead-eye shot with a rifle, the boys are soon set up as a sniper team, mowing down Germans and Turks like nobody’s business. They become heroes, but back home, the family farm is being circled by a gang of cattle thieves, meaning that even when the war ends, the blood is set to keep flowing.
A feisty Irish woman turns a truck driver into a championship boxer.
Jockey (Stephens) struggles against gamblers with the help of stable trainer (Pallette) and horse onwer's daughter (Quigley).
This Finnish romance tells of a young couple who vacation by the ocean. While there, the unsatisfied man decides he wants to end their relationship. Upon their return home, he has an overnight fling with another woman while his recently dumped girlfriend calmly waits outside his home. When the jilted woman begins to walk alone to her own apartment, she is struck by a passing car, and only then does the young man realize that he truly loves her.
The sixth entry in Universal’s long-running series of ethnic comedies, about a Jewish family (headed by George Sidney) and an Irish family (headed by Charles Murray) whose offspring have a habit of falling in love with each other. This one throws in a satire of the movie business, as young Kitty Kelly (June Clyde) becomes a star at Continental Productions, and young Melville Cohen (Norman Foster) writes songs for musicals. Crisis arrives when audiences grow tired of all singing, all dancing—an experience Junior Laemmle knew firsthand. Many Universal stars make cameo appearances, including Boris Karloff and Tom Mix. (Museum of Modern Art)
Helen Keller vs. Nightwolves tells the shocking story of how a group of Nightwolves terrorized a tiny village taking people's hearing and eye sight... and the one woman who fought back.
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Kelly and her friends go on a magical adventure to a fairy tale type of world in "Sparkle Fairy Surprise." In "Three Princesses," everyone hangs out with Kelly's Club to experience the thrill of a royal palace.
Although Virginia-born singer-songwriter and one-man band Keller Williams has released a string of albums, he's never had a video showcasing his live performances -- until now. Recorded in Pittsburgh in 2004, this collection features more than 100 minutes of concert footage, with additional B-roll footage captured from years on the road. Tracks include "Freeker by the Speaker," "Dear Emily," "Heart & Stormy Soul Weather," "Ship of Fools" and more.
Cocky Kelly's (Eddie Quillan) girlfriend (Joan Woodbury) helps him straighten up enough to get a job as a process server.
Since winning television's "American Idol" competition in 2002, aspiring singer Kelly Clarkson's career has taken off. Her album "Thankful" scaled the charts and sold over 1.5 million copies. Collecting backstage footage, home videos, photos and music videos, this video provides a treat for fans desperate for more material from pop's newest diva!
A Wonderful World of Disney three-part TV movie about the raising and training of a guide dog, Kelly.
Singer, songwriter, and guitarist Keller Williams is literally a one-man jam band. His fascinating live shows feature him solo on-stage with a Gibson Echoplex Digital Pro looping unit, and he creates his backing loops in the moment, building and improvising as he goes on his custom-made ten-string guitar. Filmed at The Bluebird in Bloomington Indiana on November 13, 2014.
At the tail end of a six week national theatre tour in support of the album Stolen Apples, Paul Kelly performed at The Empire Theatre in Toowoomba, QLD in front of an adoring crowd.
Sean Kelly is the fourth most successful cyclist of all time with 22 classic wins to his credit. Only Jacques Anquetil, Eddy Merckx and Bernard Hinault have more victories in classic events and major tours. As the famed King of the Classics, Kelly was fearless, fast and very hard. "The man for all seasons", he raced and trained for twelve months of the year with awesome dedication - if ever there was a "Cycling King", it was Sean Kelly.
The hysterical, insanely high paced and dynamically engaging new comedy special from the rubber-bodied comedian, Bryan Kellen. Kellen's incredible physicality, along with his goofy demeanor and impeccable timing make him perhaps the best physical comedian since Jim Carrey and his feverish mix of storytelling, observational humor, and physical comedy make Ballet Komedico one of the most universally captivating comedy shows to date.
August 21st, 1955 was a night that they would not forget...