When Ally, a popular teen and local celebrity goes missing, her small suburban town erupts in panic.
A young teenage girl, Katie, can not snap out of her depression after losing her mother. Katie has lost interest in school, her friends, and gymnastics. All that changes in the summer when she is asked to monkeysit Gibby, her science teacher's Capuchin monkey. Taking care of the monkey changes her life in a big way. Gibby's happy-go-lucky personality renews Katie's zest for life. Gibby helps her with gymnastics, renewing friendships (including finding a potential boyfriend) and overcoming her nemesis, a mean girl who is out to beat Katie at everything.
Tougher than Shaft and smoother than Superfly, this high-voltage sequel to Black Caesar explodes with enough action to incinerate New York City. Packed with machine-gun mayhem and riveting adventure, Hell Up in Harlem is nothing less than a modern-day tribute to the classic 30s gangster film. Fred Williamson is Tommy Gibbs, a fearless, bulletproof tough guy who blasts his way from the gutter to become the ultimate soul brother boss. Tommy steals a ledger with the name of every crooked cop and man in the city. Enlisting the aid of his father and an army of Harlem hoods, Gibbs goes from defense to offense, launching a deadly attack on his enemies that sets off a violent chain reaction from Harlem all the way to the Caribbean, climaxing in one of the hottest turf-war shoot-outs in Hollywood history.
A middle-class family faces personal triumphs and tragedies when they move to a new home in the suburbs.
An poorly-educated house-wife fights companies polluting her hometown's water-table in up-state New York during the 1970's
Born free in Philadelphia in 1823 and trained as a carpenter, Mifflin Wistar Gibbs volunteered on the Underground Railroad, and lectured with Frederick Douglass. Gibbs was a successful merchant in San Francisco during the California Gold Rush. Escaping discrimination, he migrated to Victoria, British Columbia where he served as a city council member and coal mine operator.
The son of a small-town doctor returns to his hometown after being kicked out of Yale, and begins a new career on the town's newspaper.
Gibbons are highly intelligent, agile and acrobatic tree-dwelling apes, found in the tropical forests of Asia. Most of the gibbon species are highly endangered and are on the verge of extinction as a result of the destruction of their tropical rain forest habitat as well as being hunted for food.
Documentary - The Hoolock Gibbons of Bangladesh have been brought to the brink of extinction by the relentless destruction of their forested habitats throughout the country, even in the most highly protected forest reserves. This species used to number in the tens of thousands, but are now down to the last 200 or so.
Mrs. Gibbs is introduced to the mother of her daughter's fiance.
Clara Gibbings discovers she is the legitimate but abandoned daughter of the Earl of Drumoor. She becomes a member of high society but soon becomes disillusioned with their morals. She falls in love with a young aristocrat, Errol Kerr.
A short film featuring John Carradine.
BETH GIBBONS & RUSTIN MAN - LIVE IN 2003 Paléo Festival de Nyon, Switzerland July 26th, 2003
Gibbsville is an American drama television series starring John Savage and Gig Young that aired on NBC from November 11 to December 30, 1976. The series centered on the activities of two reporters for a newspaper in a small Pennsylvania town in the 1940s.
Life is anything but normal for Gortimer and his two best friends, Ranger and Mel, as they navigate Normal Street - an ordinary suburb that has a hint of something magical just beneath the surface.
Gibberish was a celebrity panel game show hosted by Kenny Everett. Two teams of celebrities had to answer questions.