A serial killer strikes Sugar Grove, Virginia. A rising journalist comes to town to cover the story : her investigation will soon lead her to the town's darkest secret, at her own risks.
Its Halloween 1989, best friends Sam and Josh are trying to enjoy what's left of their final Devil's Night before graduating high school. But trouble arises when the two pals and a group of friends take a detour on their way to a rock concert, finding an old abandoned barn and awakening the evil inside. Now it's up to Sam and Josh to find a way to protect their friends and defeat the creatures that lurk within "The Barn".
Mickey and Putrid Pete vie to take Minnie Mouse to a barn dance. Mickey gets the upper hand when Pete's car falls apart and continues to hold his own by using a balloon to give his dancing feet some lift. Unfortunately Pete punctures the balloon and wins out over our sobbing
Inbred hillbillies trap various passersby at their World o Wool llama farm where an animal coroner is conducting genetic experiments which turn the animals into sex-starved toxic beasts. A new look at bad animal husbandry.
Three showgirls on their way to Las Vegas have car trouble and are stuck all night out in the desert. The next morning cheerful Andre offers them help in fixing their car. However, Andre is really a maniac with a lot of family problems; his mother ran out on him when he was a child so now he keeps kidnapped women chained up in his barn and trains them to perform circus tricks. Andre's father is still around of course, but because the old homestead is next to a nuclear test site he has been transformed into a raving homicidal mutant that Andre keeps locked up in a shed.
Autry and his buddies have a horse selling business which is threatened by a tractor company which claims horses are out of date.
This film gives a fictionalized version of how the popular real-life radio program of the title began.
A Columbia Scrappy cartoon released May 31, 1932.
John Moon is a businessman interested in ghosts. He decides to spend the night in a barn hoping to see the ghost of the bushranger Sturdy who died there when betrayed to the police by his friend Rogan.
Directed by Cecil M. Hepworth.
The folks discover what appears to be a haunted barn.
After John Wilks Booth assassinated Abraham Lincoln, he escaped to Maryland. According to the history books, he was discovered hiding in a barn; after he refused to surrender, the barn was set afire, and Booth died in the conflagration. However, in 1903 a Mr. David E. George, while on his deathbed in Enid Oklahoma, claimed to be John Wilks Booth. This film presents evidence of the possibility that Mr. George's claim was true.
The story of the children who live in Bullarby, Sweden, through the spring and summer months.
Extra from the Chicago Farmer documentary
In 1820's rural England, a young girl is tricked by tales of marriage by a villainous Squire, and when she becomes pregnant, and disappears, a gipsy lad is blamed.
A wealthy landowner kills his pregnant mistress and buries her body, but his mother has a strange dream that just may bring his crime to light. Based on an actual murder that happened in 1828.
A woman is murdered by her lover
Roger Waters My Morning jacket John Mayer Joe Walsh Dierks Bentley Eric Church Gregg Allman Bruce Hornsby Ray LaMontagne John Hiatt Grace Potter Warren Haynes Lucinda Williams Mavis Staples Allan Toussaint Robert Randolph John Prine Jorma Kaukonen Marc Cohn The Levon Helm Band
There are only a handful of children living in Bullarby. This film follows their story through the fall and winter, picking up at the moment "The Children of Noisy Village" finishes.
The Old American Barn Dance is an American country music television series carried by the DuMont Television Network from July 5 to September 13, 1953.
What do farm animals really do when the humans aren't looking? Just ask Otis, a carefree "party cow" who inherited the job of keeping the barn... and it's residents... in order. But instead of responsibility, Otis is driven by an insatiable need for fun, fun, fun. Along with his barnyard friends Pip, Pig and Freddy, Otis will stop at nothing in his pursuit of a good time... which usually means a few close calls with humans and other threats to what really goes on behind closed barndoors.
Barney and the Backyard Gang is a direct-to-video series produced by The Lyons Group and was produced from October 13, 1988 to October 20, 1991. This series launched the stardom of the PBS television show Barney & Friends. The first three episodes from 1988 and 1989 include American actress Sandy Duncan as Michael and Amy's Mother. Music for the Barney and the Backyard Gang videos was created by Stephen Bates Baltes and Phillip Parker, and Lory Lazarus wrote the first original song produced for Barney, "Friends Are Forever", sung by Sandy Duncan. In the first five videos, "I Love You" was sung at the beginning. The series was a regional success, but only a moderate success throughout the rest of the country. Then one day, in 1991, Larry Rifkin, then head of Connecticut Public Television, rented a Barney video for his daughter Leora. He liked the concept and talked to Leach about possibly putting Barney on television through the Public Broadcasting Service. Rock with Barney was the last video in the series before the television show debuted. Also, only four of the kids from the videos were carried over to the television show.
The Barney Bean Show was a late afternoon children's television program on WYTV-TV in Youngstown, Ohio. Each show, Barney Bean would draw a picture which started with a child's initials. Barney Bean's sidekick was named Sherwood. Sherwood was a no city slicker. He was a genius. The show featured a live audience of children. The station would repeat the footage of Barney's studio audience during the late night news program for parents who were not able to see the daytime broadcast. There was even a locally produced 45 rpm record, "BARNEY BEAN & SHERWOOD - FOR KIDS FOR FUN". Barney Bean was actually David William "Bill" Harris, an announcer and station manager for the television station. In the mid-1960s, Harris also hosted a locally produced game show - TV Jeopordy . Bill died June 23, 2008 - age 79.
Fred and Barney Meet The Thing is a 60-minute Saturday morning animated package show produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions from September 8, 1979 to December 1, 1979 on NBC. It contained the following segments: ⁕The New Fred and Barney Show ⁕The Thing Despite the title, the two segments remained separate and did not crossover with one another. Fred, Barney and the Thing were only featured together during the show's opening title sequence and in brief bumpers between segments. The unusual combination of a Marvel superhero and The Flintstones was possible because, at this time, Marvel Comics owned the rights to several Hanna-Barbera franchises and were, in fact, publishing comic books based upon them; The Flintstones was one of these. For the 1979-80 season, the series was expanded to ninety-minutes with the addition of The New Shmoo episodes and retitled Fred and Barney Meet the Shmoo.
The New Fred and Barney Show is a 30-minute Saturday morning cartoon produced by Hanna-Barbera as a 1979 series revival of The Flintstones from February 3 to October 20, 1979 on NBC. The series marked the first time Henry Corden performed the voice of Fred Flintstone for a regular series. These new episodes were composed of the traditional Flintstones cast of characters such as Fred and Barney's children Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm as toddlers, after having been depicted as teenagers on The Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm Show on CBS in 1972; they returned to the form of teenagers on The Flintstone Comedy Show in 1980 on NBC. Some plots were familiar Flintstones stories while others consisted of new misadventures with witches and werewolves, as well as spoofs of late 1970s fads. Seven new episodes combined with reruns of The New Fred and Barney Show were broadcast on the package program Fred and Barney Meet the Thing and later on Fred and Barney Meet the Shmoo.
Fred and Barney Meet the Shmoo is a 90-minute Saturday morning animated package show produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions from December 8, 1979 to November 15, 1980 on NBC. It contained the following segments: The New Fred and Barney Show, The Thing, and The New Shmoo. The show was a repackaging of episodes from The New Fred and Barney Show and The Thing combined with half-hour reruns of The New Shmoo. Despite the show's title, Fred, Barney, the Thing and the Shmoo only appeared briefly together in bumpers between segments. In 1980, the Shmoo joined Fred and Barney on the "Bedrock Cops" segment of The Flintstone Comedy Show.