A quirky couple spends their three-year dating anniversary looking back at their relationship and contemplating whether they should break up.
Mrs Taggart always celebrates her anniversary with her grown sons. It’s a tradition practised since the death of her husband and she is determined for it to continue. None of her three sons have dared to cross their ruthless domineering mother but this anniversary they intend to try. With cruel and brutal twists, the family get-together becomes a social nightmare beyond endurance.
While his wife impatiently waits and gets drunk, a husband tries to get the appropriate anniversary gifts and fight his way home through traffic in time for their celebratory lunch.
Kahani met her Prince Charming Nirbhay in Goa for the first time and fell in love. So far their journey together has been excellent and today is their first wedding anniversary.
A three-hour prime-time special celebrating SNL 's fortieth year on the air.
The 25th Anniversary performance – filmed at London's Prince Edward Theatre in 2014 – of the epic musical tale of a young Vietnamese bar girl, Kim, who falls in love with Chris, an American GI. But their lives are torn apart by the fall of Saigon.
This concert, recorded to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the landmark musical Les Miserables, gathers the casts of the show's 2010 original production at the Queen's Theatre, the 1985 original production by the London company, and the 2010 production at the Barbican together for one performance. Together with talents like Michael Ball, Hadley Fraser, and John Owen-Jones, the performers present the play's musical numbers in a semi-theatrical style, fully costumed and with all the emotion of the musical's heyday.
While celebrating their reconciliation and six years of marriage, the American actress Sally Nash (Jennifer Jason Leigh) and the British novelist Joe Therrian (Alan Cumming) receive their close friends, some colleagues and their next door neighbors in a party. Under the effect of Ecstasy, revelations are disclosed and relationships deteriorate among the group.
The longest running rock tour in history comes home at last – on DVD w/ a live CD – celebrating 10 years on the road! Go inside the Ozzfest Tour’s 10th year, with 60,000 fans at the UK show to the 103º heat of the back lots in Camden, NJ. Ozzy, Sharon & Jack turn out to show, and tell, how a simple idea became one of rock’s biggest festival. The artists and fans of Ozzfest became a mush of togetherness and the music, well, that’s what it’s all about! Ozzy and his festival are now multi-generational and fans, young and old, show up to prove it. The DVD offers the whole story OR a "play concert only" feature. Like Ozzfest, it is ALL about the fan experience.
A TV special celebrating the 15th anniversary of Saturday Night Live. Before a celebrity audience, many of the former cast members and guest hosts return to perform their signature monologues and present a look back at some of the best comedy skits and musical numbers of the past 15 years.
Dramatic reenactments of seven true scary stories.
Computer animated short film created to commemorate the National Film Board of Canada's 50th anniversary.
Science Channel reunites Joss Whedon, Nathan Fillion and the entire renegade crew of the Serenity for the first time ever to provide the complete oral history on the franchise that continues to explode in popularity — despite meeting its end a decade ago. The 60-minute special includes secrets from the set, exclusive cast interviews, and footage from this year's colossal Comic-Con panel that dominated the pop culture conversation.
Walt Disney, one of the ultimate dreamers, used his uninhibited imagination and determination to create what became the springboard for all of the Walt Disney Company's spirited and wildly successful creativity that followed -- his crowning achievement: Disneyland. Acclaimed actor Harrison Ford, who portrays Han Solo in the Star Wars film franchise, will give viewers an exclusive preview of Star Wars-themed lands being developed at Disneyland and Walt Disney World Resorts. New details of the ambitious plans to bring Star Wars to life at both resorts will be revealed during the show, with Master of Ceremonies Derek Hough.
A love fantasy directed by Isao Yukisada.
After the novelette of the same name of Anar. The film is about an actor's life and work.
Blondie (Penny Singleton) finds a valuable watch that has been hidden by hubby Dagwood (Arthur Lake). She assumes that it's a surprise wedding gift, but the truth is that Dagwood has been guarding the watch on behalf of a client who bought the gift for his own wife. The snowballing comedy of errors eventually involves criminals who hope to snatch the watch for themselves. Blondie's Anniversary was the 22nd in Columbia's Blondie series.
A high society Lao boy formulates a plan to introduce his lower class girlfriend to his friends and family on their one-year anniversary.
At Radu Maligan's 94th anniversary the family members and the former colleagues of the old man come to his birthday party. Everything gets complicated when half of the guests try to convince Radu to confess his sins to a priest, while the others think that no one should be forced to do something beyond their will.
The Anniversary Game was a daily syndicated game show that involved three married couples competing for points and prizes by performing stunts and answering questions, à la Beat the Clock. The host was Alan Hamel, with voice-over artist Dean Webber announcing. The program was taped in San Francisco at KGO-TV, formerly the home of Oh My Word.
GR: Giant Robo is an animated TV series written by Chiaki Konaka and directed by Masahiko Murata. The TV series is a re-imagining of Mitsuteru Yokoyama's manga of the same name and created to commemorate Giant Robo's 40th anniversary. Aside from the source material, this show has nothing to do with Giant Robo: The Animation. GR premiered January 19, 2007. The series finished its run on July 6 of the same year, totaling 13 episodes, with the possibility for two further seasons.
NBC 60th Anniversary Celebration is an American television special that aired on NBC on May 12, 1986. The executive producer was Alexander Cohen and the writer and co-producer was Hildy Parks. The same team assembled such famous-faces TV specials as Night of 100 Stars. This celebration also marks the debut of the current peacock logo of NBC.
TVB Anniversary Awards 2008 is an award ceremony that celebrates the best in TVB programming of 2008. The award ceremony took place on November 15, 2008.
TVB Anniversary Awards 2007 is an award ceremony that celebrates the best in TVB programming of 2007. The award ceremony took place on November 17, 2007.
TVB Anniversary Awards 2006 is an award ceremony that celebrates the best in TVB programming of 2006. The award ceremony took place on 10 November 2006.
Happy Anniversary, Charlie Brown is a TV documentary that celebrates 25 years of the Peanuts comic strip. The special first aired January 9, 1976. Carl Reiner hosted.
TVB Anniversary Awards 2005 is an award ceremony that celebrates the best in TVB programming of 2005. The award ceremony took place on 19 November 2005.
TVB Anniversary Awards 2009 is an award ceremony that celebrates the best in TVB programming of 2009. The award ceremony took place on December 4, 2009.
The Flintstones' 25th Anniversary Celebration was a 60-minute CBS live-action and animated television special produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions in association with Robert Guenette Productions commemorating the 25th anniversary of television's first primetime animated series, The Flintstones, which was broadcast on May 20, 1986. The special, hosted by Tim Conway, Harvey Korman and Vanna White, featured clips from past episodes and spin-offs combined with new animation and musical segments. Special guest appearances also included Telly Savalas, Susan Saint James and Jane Curtin. For the first time, the Flintstones characters were finally done in digital ink and paint for this production.
In the summer of 1969, HEE HAW moseyed into the CBS time slot occupied by The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour. Conceived as a rural alternative to Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In, the show ranked in the top 20 nationally when CBS pulled the plug in 1971. But co-hosts Buck Owens and Roy Clark, along with the whole Kornfield Kountry gang, sang and joked on in syndication. In 1978, they grinned at the critics in a two-hour 10th-Anniversary shindig, which was videotaped with an audience of invited guests and fans at the Grand Ole Opry House. Mixing nostalgia with new performances by country music's biggest stars, this special edition of HEE HAW never misses the funnybone.