Start off on the right paw with Volume 3 of Cesar’s best-selling DVD series, Cesar’s hands-on guide to selecting the perfect dog for your family, selecting a dog that matches your energy, bringing a puppy home for the first time and more.
Get up-close and personal with Cesar as he shares his thoughts on everything from the basics of dog behaviour, the pack, energy and body language, the importance of the walk, and more in this commonsense guide to understanding the basics of dog behaviour.
The Passions and Politics of Ed Edelman, narrated by Tom Brokaw, is the inspirational story of the life and career of Edmund D. Edelman, a political visionary whose courage and humanity transformed the fabric of life in Southern California. Told through archival footage and poignant interviews, the film provides a journey through Los Angeles' history over the past half-century.
In "Raising the Perfect Puppy," Cesar raises four puppies to show you how to maintain their natural state of balance.
Cesar shares his secrets for overcoming the five most common dog misbehaviors, including barking at a specific stimulus, barking while owner is away, aggression towards other dogs, overexcited or hyperactive dogs, and problems on the walk.
Promotional film about Lockheed aircraft using test pilots and speed records to show how Lockheed was at the forefront of aviation technology during the 1930's and 1940's. Famous pilots including the Wright Brothers, Amelia Earhart, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lindbergh and Howard Hughes are shown along with the latest aircraft designs such as the P-38 fighter.
Cesar’s hands-on DVD shows you how to be a pack leader, use energy and body language to influence your dog, create rules for your dog, gain control during walks, and more in Volume 2 of Cesar’s best-selling DVD series.
Following Loach's earlier film A Question of Leadership, this film is a wide-ranging study of the trade union movement, with strong criticism of leading trade unionists.
Cesar demonstrates tried-and-true methods for training dogs and puppies in Volume 4 of his best selling DVD series.
Released as part of the studio's 25th anniversary (Silver) celebration, the film shows highlights of MGM's major productions from 1924 through 1948.
Shortly after Margaret Thatcher's election as prime minister, Ken Loach returned to documentary, convinced that the long gestation of feature films made them useless as instruments of topical social comment. But his trade union documentary A Question of Leadership, intended for national ITV broadcast, was criticised by the Independent Broadcasting Authority for its explicitly anti-government stance. It was eventually screened a year later, exclusively in the Midlands (tx. 13/8/1981). Believing that the then-new Channel 4 would be more amenable to politicised documentaries, Loach proposed the four-part Questions of Leadership (1983), a wider-ranging study of the trade union movement - but on viewing the completed programmes' strong criticism of leading trade unionists, an anxious Channel 4 shortened the series to two parts and proposed screening a 'balancing' documentary by a different filmmaker, before scrapping the broadcast altogether.