Seth Green and Matthew Senreich serve up more hilarious Star Wars-inspired satire in this second compilation of sketches featuring the zany stop-motion animation of Adult Swim's "Robot Chicken." Gary the stormtrooper deals with irascible boss Darth Vader on Take Your Daughter to Work Day, while Anakin babysits a certain up-and-coming Jedi. Carrie Fisher, Billy Dee Williams, Conan O'Brien and other stars provide voices.
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Portraits and fragmented views of Paris intertwine.
Fans of Adult Swim's "Robot Chicken" and the Star Wars movie franchise won't want to miss this collection of 30 sketches. This hilarious compilation features an array of skits -- such as "Darth Vader's Collect Call" and "Inside the AT-AT" -- as well as the incredible voice talents of Hulk Hogan, Malcolm McDowell, Conan O'Brien and even the original Luke Skywalker himself, Mark Hamill.
An automated (?) video camera captures 1980 Minneapolis from a series of unusual perspectives.
This DVD offers a collection of entertaining television moments from comedian/pianist Victor Borge that were thought lost. The disc contains a standard full-frame transfer. The English soundtrack does what it can with the limited quality of the source materials. This is an excellent disc for those who count themselves fans of Borge's singular style, as well as for people looking for a title the whole family can enjoy.
Robot Chicken: Star Wars Episode III, directed by Chris McKay, combines the satirical sensibilities of Green and Matthew Senreich's Robot Chicken with characters of the Star Wars universe.
Superman - The Lost Episodes were produced after the demise of Fleischer Studios and the exit of Dave Fleischer. Unlike the first nine episodes (Max Fleischer's Superman) these eight are far more modern. They were all produced in Famous Studios' New York facilities. They are among the best animation ever created. Seen here in fully restored color, prepare yourself for the ride of your life!
...a meditation on a familiar New York city space in which memories, fantasies and the maniacial interwine.
Along with two complete episodes of the classic television series with Clayton Moore and Jay Silverheels (shown with original commercials and network spots), this video features scenes from the first live action Lone Ranger serial (with Lee Powel), the first Lone Ranger cartoon (produced in the 30's), TV promo spots advertising the Lone Ranger series, TV commercials (some old and some relatively recent) with Clayton Moore in the Lone Ranger costume, vintage theatrical coming attraction trailers, and a "short" with Clayton Moore promoting the sale of savings bonds and stamps (never shown in a theater or on TV).
"Four Episodes From 1984" contains eight scenes from a screenplay based on George Orwells "Nineteen Eighty-four", divided into four sections, or episodes, defined by their locations.
Is it possible to know if a seed discovered after a thousand years is that of a now vanished magnolia or instead that of a virulent presently extinct weed? A film which explores childhood speculations on various issues such as time and space, sight and sightlessness, trauma and hope.
An aspiring painter meets various characters and learns valuable lessons while traveling across America.
16mm, Color, Silent.
Documentary about art and culture in Singapore in four chapters.
This compilation features rare clips and sketches with many of Red's most famous characters: Clem Kadiddlehopper, George Appleby, Cauliflower McPugg, San Fernando Red, and Freddy the Freeloader. Peter Lorre guest stars as Ralph opposite Red as Norton in a 1955 Honeymooners parody, while Clem plays a visit to Dogpatch, where the delectable Daisy's plan to make Li'l Abner jealous has unexpected results. George is a cowardly witness to a gangland murder, terrorized by crooks who want to shut him up, then Cauliflower goes to Hollywood when he's hired as a personal trainer by star Carlyle Wentworth (Vincent Price). San Fernando blackmails Mayor Matthews (Billy Gilbert) by having Ruby (Amanda Blake) pose as his girlfriend, and bank robber Frank Lovejoy uses Freddy's shack at the City Dump as his gang's new hideout.
Four-year-old Bobby is wiser than his years, thanks to his imagination and thirst for adventure.
A British husband-and-wife comedy writing team travel to Hollywood to remake their successful British TV series, with disastrous results.
Hosted by Robert Stack from 1987 to 2002, Unsolved Mysteries was a popular long-running series that examined cold cases ranging from bizarre crimes and missing persons to paranormal activity and conspiracy theories through interviews and re-enactments. Viewers were asked to call in with any new information they had and their contributions led to breakthroughs in multiple cases. Many of the original episodes have now been updated with crucial new information for the series' digital release.
The Preston Episodes is an American sitcom that aired from September 9, 1995 to October 28, 1995.
The Sooty Show is a British children's Puppet series which aired on the BBC from 1955 to 1967 and ITV from 1968 to 1992. It follows the adventures and comedic day to day life of puppets Sooty, Sweep and Soo with their owner Harry Corbett, and in later years, his son Matthew.
John Kricfalusi, the creator of the original Ren & Stimpy Show, is back at the helm with new adventures of Ren Höek and Stimpson J. Cat (Stimpy) in Ren & Stimpy Adult Party Cartoon, with the emphasis toward adults instead of children. These half-hour long episodes feature the duo in new situations. The original humor that made Ren & Stimpy a success is back, like flatulence jokes and gross-out gags, combined now with adult themes and situations. - Written by Zoomzoom Moonchild