Camera: Sylvia Gruner & Pelle Lowe
Murphy combines several kinds of imagery and sound, in such a way as to reveal the ambiguity of personal and cultural significations once they are removed from their usual contexts.
The audience enters Porky's movie theater, with a collection of quick gags: A firefly acting as usher, a kangaroo taking tickets and putting the stubs in her pouch, a chicken buying child tickets for her eggs. A skunk tries to buy a ticket, costing a nickel, but he only has one scent. He looks for a way to sneak in. Meanwhile, Porky introduces the show: a collection of cartoons, drawn as stick figures. At the end, the audience is all gone because the skunk managed to sneak in. Porky's cartoons include: Circus Parade, Choo-Choo Train, Soldiers (Marchin), Horse Race, and Dances (hula, Mexican hat, and ballet). All accompanied by a self-parody musical score.
The Blue Racer snake hunts for food. After failing to nab an egg from Crazylegs Crane, he decided to try catching a bee, but even that fails.
The star of "Song of the Toreador" receives threatening messages that he will not survive the preview screening of the film. The studio publicist works with the Director, the Producer and the police, to discover who is behind the threats.
25 Cent preview is a very real look at the physical and emotional side of two street hustlers Marcus And DotCom, as they tour the Tenderloin district of San Francisco, with every intention of doing wrong, even their lies are true. On this fateful night of board meetings, and negotiations with Sex Money and Drugs, a surprise visit propels them both to examine who they are, and where they come from. As DotCom says, "As a man some things in life you just can't sleep with." 25 Cent preview hurts where it hurts, and loves where it loves.
Disgusted with what he views as a liberal society, right-winger Delbert Fuzzby comes home one night and is delighted to find his television filled with politically incorrect TV shows, commercials and celebrities in this collection of spoofs. The selections include a trip to a Muslim strip club; Britney Spears's new perfume, Skank; parodies of Titanic, "Star Trek," Scooby-Doo, "Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles"; and much more.
Preview of the Not in this Lifetime tour.
Previews from the following 20 programs: - Rails around the Bay Area, The Columbia River, East to Green River, KCS over Rich Mountain, Badlands Coal, Rails around the Metroplex, Hot Spots 23, Hot Spots 25, Prairie Coal, Pan Am/NS - The Patriot Corridor, CSX on the Magnolia Cutoff, Canada's Canyon, Highball over Tehachapi 2, Rails around Saint Louis, Rails and the Mother Road, 734 Photo Freight, Berkshire Doubleheader, Mountain Thunder, Steam over La Veta Pass, The Silverton Train.
Saturday Sneak Preview is a weekly 20-minute Cantonese film review TV series on Fairchild TV in Canada. The program is produced at Fairchild TV's Vancouver studio. The program's current format is in two-parts: the first part features the newest movies and DVD releases, with behind-the-scene clips and information. The second part features the host and a guest commenting on two newest releases in the cinemas. At the end of the review, the host and the guest grade each movie, from zero to five stars, based on its acting, screenplay and overall. Previously, the program is aired on Thursdays. Commencing November 2002, it was moved to Saturdays, with a major change in format by introducing guest film reviewers into the show to review two new movies with the host. Currently, it airs at 7:40pm. Current host is Delon Lew 廖德隆. Previous hosts include Andy Lung 龍本. Current guest film reviewers are Shan Tam 譚芷珊, Tony Ma 馬光浩, Tony Mui 梅朝斌 and Leo So 蘇智韜. Previous film reviewers include Andy Lung 龍本.
Saturday morning preview specials were aired on television annually to present previews of each network's fall lineup of Saturday morning children's programming. Every fall, each network would generally air two preview specials for the fall season—one for their prime-time shows, and another for their Saturday morning schedule.
Sneak Previews was an American film review show, running for over two decades on Public Broadcasting Service. It was created by WTTW, a PBS affiliate in Chicago, Illinois. It premiered on September 4, 1975 as a monthly local-only show called Opening Soon at a Theater Near You, and was renamed in 1977 when it became a biweekly show airing nationally on PBS. By 1979, it was a weekly series airing on over 180 stations, and was the highest rated weekly entertainment series in the history of public broadcasting. It was finally cancelled in 1996.