This unsold television pilot was a sequel to the 1985 movie "Remo Williams: The Adventure Begins." Set one year after the events of that film (and loosely based on the plot of the novella "The Day Remo Died"), this TV pilot not only included footage from the 1985 film in its opening credits, but it also included a musical score from Craig Safan, who also scored the Remo feature film.
Katt Williams performs in an all-new stand-up special recorded in front of a live audience at the Citizens Bank Arena in Ontario, California. Williams takes the stage and launches into an hour of frenetic stand-up comedy, covering such topics as the allure of California weed dispensaries; how America handles tragedies; getting rid of racism in 2014; his inspirations and his favorite TV show; homophobia and the first openly gay players in major sports; aggressive police tactics; being sent to a mental institution; doctors and the problem with drug commercials; the pros and cons of being single versus being in a relationship; and more.
Experience the triumphs, the tears, the traumas and the trousers when Robert Peter Williams blows into London Town for one night only. Rub shoulder pads with a star-studded audience as Mr Success and his 58 piece orchestra serenade you with the songs that make the young girls crazy. Recorded on 10th October 2001 in the Royal Albert Hall.
From 1978, Andy Williams live in concert with the London Symphony Orchestra at the Royal Albert Hall in London and in conversation with Benny Green.
This is a lonely New Year's Eve for Hank Williams as he spends it en route to a huge New Years Day concert in Ohio. Hank Williams died that night on the road. Stars Sean McCann, Dixie Seatle. (
This is the story of David Marshall 'Marsh' Williams, the real life inventor of the world famous M-1 Carbine automatic rifle used in WWII. It all started when Marsh, who was one to do things his way, was caught distilling moonshine, and was accused and convicted of shooting a federal officer in the process. This at first placed him in the chain gang which labeled him as a hard case. Later, to make room for those more deserving, he was moved to a prison farm, where he came under the direction of Captain H.T. Peoples. The Captain was a mild mannered warden, who did not shy from discipline when necessary, but also believed that given the opportunity, most men will respond to good. Believing that Marsh was just such a person, the Captain gave him every opportunity to reform, so much so, that he eventually allowed Marsh to work in the tool shop on his spare time to develop and build by hand, a working riffle, inside the prison farm itself.
The brutes and the belles. The gadflies and the good ol' boys. The taboos and the profound truths. They're all part of a tennessee state of mind -- a realm of places, personalities and ideas. Williams is front and center for this exploration, reading from his works, placing them in the context of his life, and serving as guide in visits to his career-shaping refuge in New Orleans and his later-day writing quarters in Key West. Also, dramatizations by distinguished actors -- including Jessica Tandy, Broadway's original Blanche DuBois, in a recreation of her A Streetcar Named Desire triumph -- give flesh-and-bone immediacy to some of the writer's famed works. In his own words. In his own places. The resilient character and memorable characters of one of our greatest writers reside in Tennessee Williams' South.
The Robbie Williams Show is a live DVD by Robbie Williams, recorded in 2002 in Pinewood Studios before the release of the album Escapology
Kenny Williams, a lieutenant on the homicide squad, is engaged to Maxine Carroll, the Mayor's secretary. Or isn't he rather married with his job? For each time he has a date with his longtime fiancée, he is prevented from keeping it by his devotion to duty. Maxine, in desperation, decides to take action and bring Kenny to the altar. Who will win, Maxine's curves or the glorious fight against crime?
Robbie Williams opens 2009’s BBC Electric Proms. He will be accompanied by a string section, horn section and full band. The show features new material from Robbie’s forthcoming album ‘Reality Killed the Video Star’ alongside some classic tracks, under the musical direction of Trevor Horn. SETLIST: Bodies, Morning Sun, Come Undone, Blasphemy, Starstruck, Feel, I Will Talk And Hollywood Will Listen, Supreme, Deceptacon, No Regrets, Won't Do That, You Know Me, Angels, ENCORE Millennium, Video Killed The Radio Star
Why does William want to play with dolls? He already has trucks and trains and dirt and football helmets, but now William wants a doll. Adapted from a novel by Charlotte Zolotow.
Katt Williams performs in Cincinnati, Ohio.
As the lead singer of the infamous Plasmatics, Wendy O. Williams emerged as one of the most notorious figures on the American punk scene; dubbed the queen of shock rock, her on-stage theatrics were the stuff of underground legend. Often clad in little more than strips of electrical tape covering her nipples, the raspy-voiced Williams earned a cult following for her on-stage antics, which included blowing up cars, sawing guitars in half, and setting equipment on fire. Wendy O Williams name and legacy live on amongst her many fans and Bump n Grind will be a must see for all of them. The DVD features a full live show from her October 1985 UK tour.
An inspiring story of money and power.
Comedian Katt Williams talks intimately about his family, career, god, his future and the state of the comedy business
In this hilarious new comedy special, stand-up Brad Williams tackles race and political correctness, as well as how his father raised him to deal with adversity.
On 29th July 2013, ten years to the week since Robbie performed to 375,000 people across three days, Robbie Williams Live At Knebworth: 10th Anniversary Edition will be released. Even better news is that it's available to pre-order right now! Remixed and remastered and available in HD on Blu-ray for the first time, the release includes two never-before-seen performances, Robbie's duet of Back For Good with Mark Owen, the 2003 documentary Moments Of Mass Distraction and, of course, the show in all its glorious entirety.
TV movie based on the singer's life, under his mother's thumb, competing with the ghost of one of the most famous singers in C&W music history, and aspiring to rise above it all.
BBC documentary. Witness John Williams composing the legendary score for The Empire Strikes Back and conducting the London Symphony Orchestra.
William's Wish Wellingtons is an animated BBC children's television series made by Hibbert Ralph Entertainment that was first aired from 25 October 1994 to 28 November 1997. It was narrated by Andrew Sachs of Fawlty Towers fame. It was also translated into Gaelic and aired as Botannan Araid Uilleim on BBC Two Scotland during the morning. It was also shown on the American TV show Big Bag
The Roman Spring of Mrs Stone is a 2003 TV movie remake of the 1961 film The Roman Spring of Mrs Stone, based on the 1950 novel of the same title by Tennessee Williams. It first aired in the USA by Showtime Networks on 31 March 2003 and released on DVD by Showtime Entertainment in 2004. Shot on location in Dublin and Rome, the film was directed by Robert Allan Ackerman and produced by James Flynn and Morgan O'Sullivan from a screenplay by Martin Sherman based on the Tennessee Williams novel. The film stars Helen Mirren, Olivier Martinez, Anne Bancroft and Brian Dennehy with Rodrigo Santoro, Victor Alfieri and Suzanne Bertish. It is Bancroft's final film appearance.
A Streetcar Named Desire is a 1995 television drama film directed by Glenn Jordan and starring Alec Baldwin, Jessica Lange, John Goodman and Diane Lane that first aired on CBS Television. Based on the 1947 play by Tennessee Williams, it follows a 1951 adaptation starring Marlon Brando and a 1984 television adaptation. The film was adapted from a 1992 Broadway revival of the play, also starring Baldwin and Lange.