In the late 19th century, Paula Alquist is studying music in Italy, but ends up abandoning her classes because she's fallen in love with the gallant Gregory Anton. The couple marries and moves to England to live in a home inherited by Paula from her aunt, herself a famous singer, who was mysteriously murdered in the house ten years before. Though Paula is certain that she sees the house's gaslights dim every evening and that there are strange noises coming from the attic, Gregory convinces Paula that she's imagining things. Meanwhile, a Scotland Yard inspector, Brian Cameron, becomes sympathetic to Paula's plight.
Twenty years removed from Alice Barlow's murder by a thief looking for her jewels, newlyweds Paul and Bella Mallen move into the very house where the crime was committed. Retired detective B.G. Rough, who worked on the Barlow case, is still in the area and grows suspicious of Paul, who he feels bears a striking resemblance to one of Barlow's relatives. Rough must find the truth before the killer can strike again and reclaim his bounty.
In an alternative Victorian Age Gotham City, Batman begins his war on crime while he investigates a new series of murders by Jack the Ripper.
Four-part documentary (each part of which was also available as a short subject) relating to films and other customs of the 1910s and 1920s.
Returning to 1870's London after finishing at boarding school, Fanny winesses the death of her father in a fight with Lord Manderstoke. She then finds that her family has for many years been running a bordello next door to their home. When her mother dies shortly after, she next discovers that her real father is in fact a well-respected politician. Meeting him and then falling in love with his young advisor Harry Somerford leads to a life of ups and downs and conflict between the classes. Periodically the scoundrel of a Lord crosses her path, always to tragic effect.
Registration of the live performance from The Gaslight Anthem at the Area 4 Festival, at the 18th of August 2012 in Lüdinghausen, Germany. Setlist: Intro, Great Expectations, "45", Mulholland Drive, Even Cowgirls Get The Blues, Howl, We Came To Dance, Keepsake, Old White Lincoln, The '59 Sound, Handwritten, House Of The Rising Sun, Film Noir, Senor And The Queen, American Slang, Too Much Blood, Wooderson, Mae, The Backseat
Setlist: High Lonesome, Casanova, Baby!, Old White Lincoln, The '59 Sound (with Bruce Springsteen), Film Noir, Blue Jeans & White T-Shirts, Great Expectations, The Backseat
2013 live release from the New Jersey Alt-Rock band. This performance was captured on stage in London during their Spring 2013 tour promoting their album Handwritten. This 10 track release features the band performing six songs from Handwritten as well as four older tracks.
The Gaslight Anthem perform live at Southside Festival 2013 in Germany
Setlist: Orphans, Old White Lincoln, The Diamond Church Street Choir, High Lonesome, Wherefore Art Thou, Elvis?, Wooderson, Bring It On, American Slang, The '59 Sound, The Queen of Lower Chelsea, We Came to Dance, Great Expectations, Biloxi Parish, Blue Jeans & White T-Shirts, The Backseat
Fanny by Gaslight is a British drama television series, which originally aired on the BBC between 24 September and 9 October 1981. It was an adaptation of the novel Fanny by Gaslight by Michael Sadleir, which had previously been adapted into a film Fanny by Gaslight in 1944. The series was adapted by Anthony Steven, directed by Peter Jefferies and produced by Joe Waters. Chloe Salaman plays the title role of Fanny Hooper, a young woman who is orphaned and faced with hardship in Victorian London.