A made for TV movie in which Valerie Bertinelli portrays Florence Pancho Barnes, a bored socialite who decides to learn to fly
Marjorie Temple, owner of a bus line and an apparently worthless plot of land, is set upon by rich oil speculators who know her land actually is worth millions. When they try to put her out of business for good, young race driver Burn 'em Up Barnes comes to her rescue - again and again and again.
An English naval officer and a Corsican youth have a duel, and the Corsican is killed. The young man's sister, Marina Paoli, swears vengeance on the killer. Mr. Barnes of New York, who happened to see the duel, finds the name Gerard Anstruther engraved on the pistols.....
Car racer Burn 'em Up Barnes, son of a wealthy manufacturer, leaves home to make his own way in the world. After being robbed by hoodlums, Barnes joins a group of hobos who take him in and show him the carefree life.
Renowned gospel artist the Rev. F.C. Barnes and his company deliver an inspiring message of praise in this rousing live concert, filmed in 2001 at the Christian Faith Center in Creedmore, N.C. Tracks include "Come on in the Room," "It's Me Again, Lord," "He Was There Just in Time to Rescue Me," "Move in the Room with the Lord," "More and More Like Jesus," "God Will Heal the Land" and "Rough Side of the Mountain."
Recorded at The Chapel in Melbourne in 2001, Jimmy performs a selection of Cold Chisel and solo hits in an acoustic style, all in an intimate live environment. Featuring Flame Trees, Khe Sanh, When Something Is Wrong With My Baby, Cheap Wine, Ride The Night Away, I'd Die To Be With You Tonight, Good Times and many more, JIMMY BARNES LIVE AT THE CHAPEL finds this iconic Australian singer in fine voice.
A documentary profile of Pasadena society girl turned adventurer and aviator, Florence Lowe "Pancho" Barnes. In the 1920's and 30's, Barnes was Hollywood's top woman stunt pilot. In the 1940's and 50's, she owned and operated the (in)famous "Happy Bottom Riding Club" - a fly-in resort located near Edwards Air Force Base.
Although he began performing professionally at the age of 9 as part of a family-run group called the Barnes Juniors, prolific gospel artist Luther Barnes didn't cut his first album until 1987. Some of Barnes's best-loved hits come together in this rousing live performance filmed on location in Atlanta with musical backing from the Sunset Jubilaires, including "Lord, I'm Here Waiting," "Leaning on Jesus" and "Wherever I Go."
Pancho Barnes is a 1988 biopic film, starring Valerie Bertinelli as Florence "Pancho" Lowe Barnes.
Burn 'Em Up Barnes is a Mascot movie serial. It was a loose remake of the 1921 film of the same name.