A star athlete on the verge of turning pro must decide which dream to pursue while he battles his own body.
Go behind the scenes with the Hyundai A-League Premiers and Champions when the special documentary The Road to Victory premieres on Fox Sports 505 at 7.30pm AEDT on Tuesday, October 27. The Hyundai A-League 2014/15 season yielded Melbourne Victory its third Premiership-Championship double since the club's inception in 2005. The Road to Victory takes you inside the club as key personnel reflect on how Victory achieved the ultimate success in its 10th anniversary season. Exclusive interviews with chairman Anthony Di Pietro, head coach Kevin Muscat, former captain Mark Milligan, club stalwart Leigh Broxham and 2014/15 signings Besart Berisha, Fahid Ben Khalfallah and Matthieu Delpierre tell the story from the inner sanctum.
A "VR film" presented on a stage as if it were a stage play, with the characters projected on the stage using live holographic technology.
Documentary short film intended to drum up support for the Fifth War Loan Campaign. It shows a happy family in the future of 1960 enjoying the prosperity and advantages made possible by the successful prosecution of the war, and how the sacrifices of 1944 have made the world a better place. Edited down from The Shining Future (1944).
A down-on-his-luck football kicker decides to give up his dreams of making it in the NFL and move to Texas with his fiance. The only things standing in their way are 1000 miles of road and every single person that they care about.
Street Fighter II: V, is an anime series based on the fighting game Street Fighter II. Directed by Gisaburo Sugii, the series first aired in Japan in 1995, from April 10 to November 27, on YTV. An English adaptation of the series was produced by the dubbing group Animaze and Manga Entertainment in 1996, and was released in Australia and the USA on VHS in 1997 - 1998. In 1997, ADV Films produced an English dub exclusively for the UK market and was released on VHS. The Animaze/Manga dub had a DVD release on April 29, 2003 in a four disc set in North America.
Mobile Suit Victory Gundam, is a 1993 Japanese science fiction anime television series. It consists of 51 episodes, and was directed by Gundam creator Yoshiyuki Tomino. The series was first broadcast on TV Asahi and later by the anime satellite television network, Animax, across Japan and later its respective networks worldwide, including Hong Kong, Southeast Asia, East Asia, and other regions.
Transformers: Victory is an anime series produced by Toei Animation. It is a Japanese-produced spin-off of the well-known original Transformers cartoon, and the final complete animated series from the original "Generation 1" era.
Tracking the main events of World War II is a truly fascinating experience, and with the help of remarkable archive footage you can literally see for yourself exactly what happened, and when. From the early battles right through to the complexities of the endgame, this extensive series of 24 programmes will help shine a spotlight on a period of history that should never be forgotten. Each episode spans a few months of the conflict, giving the viewer an incredible level of detail into each and every event. From Adolf Hitler marching his troops into Poland on the 1st of September 1939 to the freezing attacks along the Eastern Front; The sweeping Pacific Naval clashes to that fateful day on the 2nd of September 1945 when World War II was brought to a swift end with the nuclear bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
The story picks up after The Second Raid as Amalgam's fight against Mithril heats up.
Bomberman B-Daman Bakugaiden Victory or Bomberman B-Daman Bakugaiden V is a Coro Coro Comic series by Koichi Mikata, based on Bomberman and B-Daman. The animated television series is broadcast on Nagoya TV. V stands for "Victory" but the anime is also based on the 5th BB-daman manga.
D-Day to Victory tells the epic story of the campaign that took the Allies from the biggest amphibious assault in history to the ultimate victory over Nazi Germany. It tells first-hand personal and emotional testimonies of those who fought their way across Hitler's Fortress Europe.
Victory at Sea is a documentary television series about naval warfare during World War II that was originally broadcast by NBC in the USA in 1952–1953. It was condensed into a film in 1954. Excerpts from the music soundtrack, by Richard Rodgers and Robert Russell Bennett, were re-recorded and sold as record albums. The original TV broadcasts comprised 26 half-hour segments—Sunday afternoons at 3pm in most markets—starting October 26, 1952 and ending May 3, 1953. The series, which won an Emmy award in 1954 as "best public affairs program", played an important part in establishing historic "compilation" documentaries as a viable television genre. Over 13,000 hours of footage gathered from US, British, German and Japanese navies during World War II were perused in the making of these compelling episodes.
Victory at Entebbe is a made-for-television film from 1976 based on an actual event: Operation Entebbe and the freeing of Israeli hostages at Entebbe Airport in Uganda. The airport is Uganda's main airport and is situated near the capital city of Kampala, Uganda. The film starred Anthony Hopkins, Burt Lancaster, Elizabeth Taylor, Richard Dreyfuss and Kirk Douglas, and was directed by Marvin J. Chomsky. Julius Harris portrayed Idi Amin, following the untimely, fatal heart attack suffered by the original actor, Godfrey Cambridge.
UK Updated version of a History Channel Production called "Hitlers Empire - The Post War Plan". It's probably the greatest historical "what if?" of all time. A question that fascinates and horrifies in equal measures: what if Nazi Germany had won the Second World War? In this brand-new and exclusive six-part series, author and historian Guy Walters reveals how Hitler had already started to implement plans of world domination long before the war had started and explores how the Fuhrer intended to carry them out, regardless of the human cost.
Il Seung was wrongly accused of a crime and imprisoned, and has spent ten years on death row. He manages to break out of prison and somehow becomes a fake cop, then sets out to find a hidden stash of 100 billion won (nearly 100 million dollars) on behalf of criminals who will supply him with a new identity upon receipt. He has three days to find the cash and begin his new life.
Kaname Chidori’s one of the most popular girls at her high school – unfortunately, it’s her growing popularity off campus she should be worrying about. Unbeknownst to Kaname, terrorists are plotting her abduction, believing she possesses the rare and coveted abilities of “the Whispered.” That’s where Sousuke Sagara enters the picture. He’s a hotshot soldier from the clandestine counter-terrorist organization known as Mithril – and he’s going undercover at Kaname’s school to try and keep her safe. He may be an ace in the cockpit of an Arm Slave mech, but there’s no training in the world that could prepare him for the warzone of high school.
Operation Victory Arrow takes place in the time between the end of Operation Mars in the second season and the movie. Their are three 30-minute short stories that show the lives of some of the members who returned to their homes after season 2.
Victory by Design is a series of documentary films produced in the 1990s and 2000s on the subject of famous racing automobile marques. The series began as a single film focused on Porsche, directed by award winning film-maker Tony Maylam, executive produced by Clive Pullan and hosted by former racing driver, Alain de Cadenet. They were commissioned by American cable channel Speedvision. The US channel commissioned a follow up documentary on Ferrari. More specials, focused on Maserati, Jaguar, Alfa Romeo, Aston Martin, Lotus, Corvette, "Ford Muscle", and "Grand Prix Greats" were ordered by Speedvision's successor, the Fox owned cable channel, Speed Channel. The "Grand Prix Greats" episode is notable in that instead of a single manufacturer, it covers various notable Grand Prix cars from 1908 to 1960, including Renault, Lancia, and the Cooper Car Company. The series has been consistently popular on the channel and also in the DVD market. Victory By Design announced that they will do a special on American Motors Corporation soon featuring the Eagle SX/4, AMX, Rebel Machine, and many more.
The Victory Garden is an American public television program about gardening and other outdoor activities, produced by station WGBH in Boston, Massachusetts, and distributed by PBS. It is the oldest gardening television program in the United States, having first aired in April 16, 1975. It was conceived in response to the tough economy of the early 70’s and an increased interest in self-sufficiency after the Arab oil embargo. The show’s creator, Russell Morash, thought that it was time that people got back to practicalities in their own backyards, and the title itself was chosen to harken back to the homespun victory gardens of World War I and World War II. Accordingly, each of the early programs showed viewers how to get the most from their own plot of land, both in terms of floral beauty and vegetable bounty. In the first seasons of the series, there was an annual contest where viewers sent in photos of their "Victory Gardens"