Lester, or Doniel Lesterovirch, is the everyman of Jewish elementary school age kids. He's not looking for trouble but trouble sure finds him - a whole lot of it. While directing his school's Purim play , Lester gets a knock on the head from a fallen box of puffy paint and falls unconscious - and into another world.
A tribute to Richard Lester, Philadelphia-born filmmaker who moved to England to direct the modern classics "A Hard Day's Night," "Petulia," and "Help!"
Malcolm's cross-country motorcycle odyssey - just for the experience - "boggs" down in Arkansas, where he acquires his sidekick, LeRoy; befriends moonshine-drinkin', bi-plane stunt pilot, Lester Boggs; falls in love with level-headed Susan; and, all the while, confounds Sheriff Billy Bob and his department.
Charming, blithely amoral devil-may-care rogue Jesse Smith and peaceful, devout straight-arrow Mormon Lester O'Hara are estranged half brothers who are reunited after receiving a sizable inheritance from their deceased mother. The wildly contrasting mismatched duo get into all sorts of trouble while trying to claim said inheritance. Written by Woodyanders
A low budget industrial film shot for the Eastman Kodak company. The mildly funny film that shows all the troubles of a man named Lester Snapwell (Keaton), who, in the late 1860's, tries to photograph his sweetheart, Clementine, and her mother. However, he has too much trouble with the bulky camera. Then he is accidentally killed and father time transports him forward in time. In each successive period he struggles with the photographic technology of the day. Then he arrives in the 1960's where the new Kodak Instamatic" camera puts all his troubles to rest.
Lester Parson is a lonely gigolo who dates and kills off middle-aged women in ultra-gory fashion just for the pleasure of watching them die, as well as to take their money and jewelery as well as cook and eat their remains for his dinner.
Soap Opera, starring Baby Jane Holzer and Sam Green, among others, intercuts actual television commercials with silent domestic scenes shot by Warhol.
Lester & Charlie is a social satire/political satire web series created, produced, edited and directed by Jeff Bond and Richard Wooley. In each episode, the title characters attempt to resolve a person’s dilemma or address a socio-political issue by executing a misguided but well-intentioned scheme. Segments have appeared on CNN, Time and on Alan Colmes' blog Liberaland. Each episode is purportedly produced on a US$20 budget and shot with a broken camcorder. In 2011, in collaboration with the Coffee Party USA, Lester and Charlie produced a series of videos marking the one-year anniversary of the controversial Citizens United decision by the United States Supreme Court. In May 2011, they appeared in character in the Bravo reality series Pregnant in Heels. Their weekly satirical interactive political polls have been featured on Crooks and Liars and on the website for WPIX in New York City and became regularly featured on The Huffington Post in 2012.
Tubby and Lester was a children's television program broadcast on WQXI - Channel 11 in Atlanta from 1968 to 1972. It aired six days a week from 7:30 to 10 AM. The show starred Charles Grenier and Richard Bingham as a comedy duo modeled on Laurel and Hardy. It was popular among children in Atlanta as a place to have a birthday party and be part of the show. The program introduced a whole new generation of Atlanta children to vaudeville and slapstick comedy. A staple of the show were The Three Stooges shorts as well as The Little Rascals, which were in syndication. The cartoons and shorts actually aired for the bulk of the 90 minute show, with Tubby and Lester's bits bridging the gaps.
NBC Nightly News is the flagship daily evening television news program for NBC News, the news division of the NBC television network in the United States, and is the #1-rated newscast in America. NBC Nightly News is produced from Studio 3B at NBC Studios at 30 Rockefeller Center in New York City. Since 2015, the broadcast has been anchored by Lester Holt on weeknights, José Díaz-Balart on Saturday and Kate Snow on Sunday. On weeknights, it is broadcast live over most NBC stations from 6:30-7:00 p.m. Eastern and occasionally updated for Pacific Time Zone viewers in a "Western Edition". Its current theme music was composed by John Williams.