Based on the book "Spend, Spend, Spend" by Vivian Nicholson and Stephen Smith. Story of pools winner, Vivian Nicholson.
The Rolling Stones' record-breaking 1981 arena tour documented by director Hal Ashby. Featuring the biggest Rolling Stones songs from the first 20 years - in the words of Mick Jagger, "a feel of what it's like to be there", as 20 cameras take you onstage with the band in this groundbreaking, dynamic tour.
Another short documentary of "Real Food, Roots Music, and People Full of Passion for what they do," Spend It All is Les Blank's spirited look at the French-speaking Cajun community of southwest Louisiana.
Born Wladziu Valentino Liberace, the irrepressible musician, Vegas star, and larger-than-life personality has enjoyed a hugely successful career at the top of the showbiz ladder. His extravagant lifestyle is the stuff of legend, and whenever he appears in the public eye it's always a bona fide event. So when it comes to celebrating Christmas, no one carries it off with the same style and panache that Liberace does! As a bonus, this release offers a glimpse at how the legendary figure celebrates Thanksgiving, making this a holiday double-whammy from the undisputed King (or should that be Queen?) of flamboyance!
Spend an Evening with Saddle Creek is the story of the record label as told by the people who made it happen. With extensive interviews, rare performances and archival footage, the film is an oral and visual history of how the combination of talent, dedication and collaboration launched bands like Bright Eyes, Cursive and The Faint into the national eye and has fostered a close-knit family of artists that continues to inspire each other and their fans.
A young couple kills time in the nights of Taipei. She's a psychic who fixes toys; he wants to enter a gang. Slowly, they walk away from each other.
A documentary about the groupie scene in the 1970s.
Commissioned by Projects UK in Newcastle upon Tyne, England and featured on the Pieces compilation VHS.
A profligate, polo-playing playboy (Henry Fonda) is married to a beautiful but superficial heiress (Mary Brian). They divorce, and the wife gets all the money. But the humbled (and impoverished) Fonda finds true love in the arms of Pat Paterson, who cares nothing for material things.
Orphan Eddie Burton is not bad, but too many screw-ups land him repeatedly in jail, so his 8-year old son Will, simply abandoned by his 'mother', has nobody else then Eddie's granny. When he hears about a program for convicts working an a foundation's farm for retired race horses, Eddie signs up and proves his talent with Big Spender, who was found completely run down. He nurses the horse back to health, and convinces Jake Cotter, the man in charge, to try a stunt: train him for an new career in jumping, which is a success when his dedicated race jockey Mel Tennant volunteers to ride him again. If he does really well, he may even get a certificate opening the perspective of a real job, which he desperately needs when grandma dies after having him swear he'll get out: the nightmare alternative is to leave Will lingering in the very home that did Eddie no good
Spender Christmas Special
Spending Thanksgiving with the Moretti's
Short film about a prisoner.
A teen couple plans for a night in private when the boy’s parents are away. At first it appears as a cosy night of sofa lounging, snack eating and film. But it soon becomes evident that beneath the façade of relaxed mutuality, there is a relationship based on insecurities and demands. Due to a fight, the parents cut their evening short, and when they return, the situation gets out of hand and feelings of hurt lead to abuse. Adolfsson paints a gruesome picture of adolescent love and how fears and expectations can completely override a young person’s will.
A drama directed by Horst Königstein.
Alexandra Pelosi looks at money in politics and interviews wealthy donors to Republican and Democratic parties to ask them about their contributions and philosophies. Also: a look at efforts to enact campaign-finance reform.
Brewster, an aging minor-league baseball player, stands to inherit 300 million dollars if he can successfully spend 30 million dollars in 30 days without anything to show for it, and without telling anyone what he's up to... A task that's a lot harder than it sounds!
Can two childhood friends be forced to marry each other if they can’t find other suitable mates? Pei Zhengxi and Mo Chengzhen have been friends all their lives and their mothers are also friends. Their mothers have always held out hope that the two would marry, but Zhengxi and Chengzhen feel nothing other than friendship for each other. Zero chemistry. But their mothers have decided that if they cannot find suitable marriage partners by their 32nd birthdays, Zhengxi and Chengzhen will have to marry each other. With only 24 hours to go, whom will Zhengxi and Chengzhen marry?
Jimmy Nail plays tough cop Spender, forced to return to his native Newcastle after a failed undercover operation in London. He uses tough and unconventional methods to tackle the criminal underworld, but he must also deal with the friends, enemies and family he left behind, and never expected to return to. Sammy Johnson played Spender's sidekick Stick, while Denise Welch played Spender's wife.
Big Spender is a United States reality television series on the A&E Network. Host Larry Winget visits people in financial crisis, then advises them how to solve the problems and avoid repeating the same mistakes. The show is produced by NorthSouth Productions and premiered in July 2006. All episodes show: ⁕Winget visiting the individual in crisis and assessing the situation ⁕An analysis of the elements in the financial crisis ⁕A "contract" of required changes, which the individual must discuss and sign ⁕Scenes of the individual following or departing from the agreed-upon changes ⁕A return visit from Winget to examine whether the recommended changes were made A writer for The Arizona Republic described Winget's style as "blunt" and "quite funny." Discussing Big Spender, the writer noted, "Every Saturday night, he can be seen berating people who make lousy financial choices." Another reviewer lauded the educational information, but said Winget "uses a form of tough love that is verbally harsh, caustic, and confrontational" and expressed the opinion that psychological counseling was a missing element from the show. Winget has commented on the difficulty of finding participants willing to expose their financial difficulties on national television. The first season's participants all were drawn from the south Florida area, but producers planned to recruit nationally for the second season.