Lieutenant Joe Rossi is 1st Officer on a Liberty Ship in a great convoy bound from Halifax to Murmansk. After German subs crushed the convoy his ship loses the convoy and is heading alone to Murmansk. In spite of attacks by German planes and subs he get the ship safely to Murmansk.
Spectacular documentary, shot on and around Atlantic Islands from Iceland to South Georgia.
The story of the sinking of the Lusitania in 1915 after she was torpedoed off the Irish coast. The story is told from the perspective of Prof. Holbourn (a passenger), the German U-boat and its captain and crew, and other passengers, crew and Admiralty staff
Whispers turn into screaming headlines in Earl Ciel Phantomhive's morning paper as word of the dead being resurrected takes society by storm. But when the unsavoury details of the business reach Ciel's ear, he and his superlative butler, Sebastian, book themselves on a luxury liner to look into these alleged miracles and the "Aurora Society" conducting them. As the waters lap and crash all around the vessel, mysterious individuals gather under the banner of the "Phoenix." Ciel and Sebastian may be one step closer to the truth, but have they sealed their fates by conducting an investigation on what could easily become a floating coffin...?
When huge bio-mechanical monsters descend upon the earth ready to destroy the entire city of Los Angeles, a whole new team of top notch "M-bot" pilots take control of their supercharged robot warriors and try to save the world from being reduced to rubble
Munich Heinz and Herbert wants to escape the torturous confines of their home by swimming across the Atlantic.
Director Byron Haskin's 1960 airplane-in jeopardy drama stars Guy Madison, Virginia Mayo, George Raft, Ilona Massey, Margaret Lindsay, George Macready, Brett Halsey, Anna Lee and Mary Anderson.
A view from Canada of the North Atlantic convoy route during the Battle of the Atlantic, presented in the framework of the turnaround of a single convoy at Halifax, Nova Scotia.
This landmark series explores a vast ocean that stretches nearly 10,000 miles, from Arctic to Antarctic and from sun-drenched tropical reefs to crushing abyssal depths. Over three programmes it reveals the amazing, surprising and resilient inhabitants of the Atlantic, both animals and people, as they pit themselves against the world’s wildest ocean.
Germany in 1941. War in Europe for two years. The Nazis at the height of their power. Since the beginning of the war, there has been a frontline in the west where the traces of horrible fights disappear on the spot:The Battle of the Atlantic. England, traditionally the leading naval power worldwide was to be cut off from all supplies by a blockade while the balance of power is not in favor of the German Kriegsmarine. Their commander-in-chief complains that "the war was five years early." That a victory seems achievable at the beginning is the result of a weapon that was only known in Germany at the height of perfection and drill: submarines.
DVD 1 01 - Continental Drift 02 - Start Me Up 03 - Bitch 04 - Sad Sad Sad 05 - Under Cover Of The Night 06 - Harlem Shuffle 07 - Tumbling Dice 08 - Miss You 09 - Terrifying 10 - Ruby Tuesday 11 - Salt Of The Earth (with Axl Rose & Izzy Stradlin) 12 - Rock And A Hard Place 13 - Mixed Emotions 14 - Honky Tonk Women 15 - Midnight Rambler DVD 2 01 - You Can't Always Get What You Want 02 - Little Red Rooster (with Eric Clapton) 03 - Boogie Chillen (with Eric Clapton & John Lee Hooker) 04 - Can't Be Seen 05 - Happy 06 - Paint It Black 07 - 2000 Light Years From Home 08 - Sympathy For The Devil 09 - Gimme Shelter 10 - Band Introduction 11 - It's Only Rock And Roll 12 - Brown Sugar 13 - Satisfaction 14 - Jumping Jack Flash
This American Masters episode showcases the wonderful influence of Ahmet Ertegun, the founder of Atlantic Records. Since the label's founding in 1947, some of the most popular Rhythm and Blues and Rock 'n' Roll artists have worked for Atlantic. Among them: first artist Ruth Brown, Big Joe Turner, Ray Charles, Bobby Darin, The Coasters, Aretha Franklin, The Rolling Stones, Phil Collins and many more. Also covered are many of the Atlantic crew like engineer Tom Dowd, producer Jerry Wexler, and songwriters Mike Lieber and Jerry Stoller.
Documentary about the isle of Príncipe
A couple of murderous crooks try to smuggle the famous Stanhope diamonds into New York but they're double-crossed and killed before reaching New York.
Through very realistic dramatic recreations, and authentic drawings and documents of the time, follow the tragic lives of Africans who were sold into slavery in Guinea and transported across the ocean to work under brutal slave owners in the French West Indies in the early 1800's.
Take an awe-inspiring journey across the United States to visit the country's magnificent national parks with this visually lush travelogue. Beginning in exotic Hawaii and moving east all the way to the Bahamas, you'll enjoy a variety of natural landscapes bursting with bubbly geysers, breathtaking canyons and spectacular waterfalls. Highlighted parks include Yellowstone, Bryce Canyon, Yosemite, Monument Valley and the Everglades.
Newlyweds, Adelaide and Jonathan leave New York in 1907 in a boat and row, ignorant of world events, to Europe. The years pass and many things are changing them, love is gradually degrading to hatred, then indifference. Old age is almost here, and with it, in a last swim, a last embrace, husband and wife end up “alone at last.” The boat adrift, will be discovered on the shores of Europe in the year 1957
Australian band the Atlantics supply the surf tunes that accompany renowned cinematographer Ray Hollowell's spectacular footage of some of the world's top surfers performing amazing feats on Hawaii's waves. Kea and Pal, the famous surfing dogs of Waikiki, join in the action as well, along with some beautiful beach babes. Concert footage and interviews with surfer Jamie O'Brien and the Waikiki Beach Boys are included.
The MacIver brothers (Michael Redgrave, Griffith Jones) build the first ship to cross the Atlantic by steam power alone.
Father Craig Dunleavy leads a band of terrorists who hijack a cruise ship in the French Atlantic and demand a $70 million ransom. Harold Columbine is our main hero, as the teleplay spends as much time focusing on the problems and love affairs of individual passengers as it does on the hijacking itself.
Explores the desperate struggle for survival on a hostile ocean during the longest and bloodiest battle of the Second World War.
Three-part nature documentary series exploring the natural history of the Atlantic Ocean.
It takes place in the Galicia (Spain) of the 80s, when the fishing sector was transformed and many of the shipowners became indebted. This situation will be favorable for the start of activities such as contraband and drug trafficking.