Ellen Saunders is an heiress on a cruise to Europe being pursued by a day laborer mistaken for a prominent mining engineer. During the cruise, he foils two crooks try to get rid of her.
The action takes place in Ephesus in ancient Asia Minor, and the concerns The efforts of two boys from Syracuse, Anthipholus and his servant Dromio, to find their long-lost twins who, for reason of plot confusion, are also named Anthipholus and Dromio. Complications arise when the wife of the Ephesians, Adriana and her servant Luce, mistake the two strangers for their husband, though the couples eventually get sorted out after Adriana's sister Luciana and the Syracuse Antipholus admit their love
Live at the Carrier Dome in Syracuse, Prince Rogers Nelson delivers an electrifying live mix of R&B, Soul, Blues, and Rock with a somewhat electronic treatment from the rhythm section known as The Revolution.
Filmmaker runs across America, from Syracuse, NY to Hollywood, CA in order to get a 30-minute production meeting.
Tracklist: 1 - ...and Their Eulogies Sang Me To Sleep 2 - Martyr Art 3 - Rise and Fall 4 - The Tempest 5 - Thank You; Pain 6 - Birds Elope With The Sun Bonus: 7 - The Agonist - Thank You Pain (Official Video)
TRACKLIST: Where The Streets Have No Name I Will Follow Trip Through Your Wires I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For MLK The Unforgettable Fire Exit / Gloria (Van-Morrison-Song) (Snippet) In God's Country Sunday Bloody Sunday Help! People Get Ready Bad / Love Will Find A Way (Snippet) October New Year's Day Pride (In The Name Of Love) Encore: Bullet The Blue Sky Running To Stand Still With Or Without You '40'
Syracuse lies between the warring nations of Rome and Carthage; as long as the balance of power between the nations remains intact, both nations are willing to preserve the neutrality of Syracuse. However, Rome has now gotten the upper hand in its struggle for power. The fate of Syracuse lies in the hands of its leader, the famed inventor and scientist Archimedes.
Orange Glory: The 20 Greatest Moments In Syracuse Basketball brings viewers inside the most iconic moments in one of college basketball's most storied programs. This jam-packed DVD counts down the legacy-defining moments in Syracuse basketball, ranking everything from the Orange's six-overtime 2009 Big East Tournament victory, to Pearl Washington's magical half-court buzzer beater, to the "Louie and Bouie" era, to the spectacular 2003 National Championship run. Relive the moments with inside stories from Syracuse Hoops' biggest stars along with some of the most notable luminaries in sports broadcasting, including: Coach Jim Boeheim, Carmello Anthony, Bob Costas, Jim Nantz, Jonny Flynn, Mike Tirico, Rony Seikaly, Roosevelt Bouie, Louis Orr, Pearl Washington, Dave Bing, Len Berman, Derrick Coleman, Sherman Douglas, Gerry McNamara, and many more!
Syracuse defeated Georgia in overtime by a score of 83-81. The Orangemen were led by the scoring leader of the tournament, John Wallace (21.3 ppg), and the rebounding leader, Todd Burgan (8.5 rpg). Syracuse would end up being the runner-up of the tournament, losing to eventual champion Kentucky in the final game.
Prince And The Revolution: Live was the first Prince and the Revolution live concert released on Home Video format. The footage comes from a live broadcast of a Purple Rain Tour concert in Syracuse, on 30 March, 1985. Rock to the sounds of Prince in concert with titles such as "Let's Go Crazy," "Delirious," "1999," "Little Red Corvette," "Take Me With U," "Do Me, Baby," "Irresistible Bitch," "Possessed," "How Come U Don't Call Me Anymore" and others. TRACKLIST Intro Let's Go Crazy Delirious 1999 Little Red Corvette Take Me With U Yankee Doodle - Interlude Do Me, Baby Irresistible Bitch Possessed How Come U Don't Call Me Anymore - Temptation Let's Pretend We're Married International Lover God Computer Blue Darling Nikki - Interlude The Beautiful Ones When Doves Cry I Would Die 4 U Baby I'm A Star Purple Rain
Dave Keenan left Syracuse for a new life in Arizona. When that didn't work out, he moved back to upstate New York. He works a dead-end job at a department store in a mall, his car has broken down (and the mechanic is taking forever to fix it) and his ex-girlfriend wants him to join her in New York City. To make matters more complicated, one of his co-workers, a high school girl named Nichole seems to be getting romantically interested in him. Fortunately, his best friend Freakis around for him to hang out with and offer such choice philosophical observations, like "I can't think of a single movie that couldn't be improved by a lesbian sex scene." Dave is stuck in a rut and has to decide what to do with his life.