Bill Murray worries no one will show up to his TV show due to a massive snowstorm in New York City. Through luck and perseverance, guests arrive at Gotham’s Carlyle Hotel to help him — dancing and singing in holiday spirit.
Based on a true story. Liz Murray is a young girl who is taken care of by her loving, but drug-addicted parents. Liz becomes homeless at 15 and after a tragedy comes upon her, she begins her work to finish high school.
Twelve-year-old Nick lives with his Uncle Murray, a Mr.Micawber-like Dickensian character who keeps hoping something won't turn up. What turns up is a social worker, who falls in love with Murray and a bit in love with Nick. As the child welfare people try to force Murray to become a conventional man (as the price they demand for allowing him to keep Nick), the nephew, who until now has gloried in his Uncle's iconoclastic approach to life, tries to play mediator. But when he succeeds, he is alarmed by the uncle's willingness to cave in to society in order to save the relationship.
An advertising executive, trapped in a tree by a gang of would-be muggers, manipulates them into fighting to save his life.
This tribute to the dynamic artist Elizabeth Murray, an intrinsic figure in New York's contemporary art landscape from the 1970s until the early 2000s, highlights her struggle to balance personal and family ambition with artistic drive in a male-dominated art world. It also addresses her later battle with cancer, at the peak of her career.
One-hour animated special surrounding a surly deli owner Murray Weiner, who is forced to step into Santa's shoes for one Christmas and bumbles his way into doing a great job.
Al Murray The Pub Landlord is back on the road to roll out his Barrel of Fun, a brand new stand-up show for 2010. Britains best-known Pub Philosopher will be serving up his own special brew of bar room banter at venues across the UK this autumn. In 2009, the Peoples Publican left over 230,000 of his regulars over-flowing with laughter, on his one-man mission to fix Broken Britain. This year you can tap into a whole new Barrel of Fun, and no half measures.
Now middle-aged, mobster Murray looks back at his humble beginnings as a bootlegger and his rise to becoming wealthy and highly influential. Through it he talks about how much of his success and happiness is due to the support of his "friend" Joe. Unfortunately the only one who blindly believes Joe is anything close to a friend is Murray, because it's obvious to everyone that Joe back-stabs him at every chance and is sleeping with his wife.
Characterized as a "fictionalized documentary" by the producer, this bizarre experimental drama is the story of three days in the life of a highly charged and successful Long Island insurance salesman who takes a filmmaker to Las Vegas. Though the protagonists really are a salesman and a director, the line between reality and fiction is hopelessly blurred as the story unfolds. . . The brash, loud and supremely confidant salesman shmoozes his clients in a way that is a game for him. He uses his powers of persuasion to acquire more and more sales. He and his cronies drink and feast over their success before embarking on the Las Vegas convention. The company even goes so far as to provide women for the married men, rewarding their career successes with amoral excesses in this film that concludes with a dream sequence on a beach.
Early Spanish western. Ramon Torrado’s westerns remain among the most obscure ones. Of his four westerns, all shot around 1964.
Pete's first ever DVD, 'Passing Time', is a 100-minute long testament to one of most promising singer/songwriters to emerge in local music in recent times and jam-packed with all the features you could want from a music DVD: a 60-minute, five-camera live recording of Pete's recent show at The Metro Theatre in Sydney; intimate, in-studio footage of the making of the album 'Feeler'; on the road footage of Pete and the band from the 'Feel' tour and Pete's three video clips for 'Feeler', 'Lines' and 'So Beautiful'.
Grammy-winning country-pop chanteuse Anne Murray takes to the sunny Jamaican stage to perform some of her most memorable songs, including "Let Your Love Flow," "I Can See Clearly Now," "On and On," "You Needed Me" and "Why Oh Why." As an added bonus, Murray is by several talented friends -- among them, Valerie Harper, Ruth Buzzi and the Joymakers.
At a crossroads in her life, actress Sadie Katz embarks on a year-long quest to have a magical experience with legendary comedian Bill Murray.
At 7:35 PM on February 9th, 2004, New Hampshire State Police are called to the scene of a single car accident on Rt. 112. It was the intersection of Wild Ammonoosuc Road and Bradley Hill Road where a U-Mass Amherst student named Maura Murray vanished after she apparently lost control of her vehicle after a sharp bend. When authorities arrived not ten minutes later, Maura was gone. There has been no credible sighting of her since.
In his guise as the pub landlord Al Murray follows the standard format of answering questions from a celebrity studio audience.
Aaand they re off...! Crash! Buckle up your seat belts and get ready for the ride of your life as the legendary Voice of Motor sport Murray Walker takes us on a white-knuckled, hair-raising ride of motorsport madness. Bang! Witness F1 star Jenson Button take on a superbike and an F4 powerboat at London City Airport, Moto GP legend Valentino Rossi s heavy-metal spins, and incredible death defying crashes from the World Rally Championship. Wallop! From F1 stunts to British Touring cars, Moto GP, GT Racing and the crazy world of Aero GP along with many, many more this is the ultimate DVD for lovers of high-octane motor sport madness, mayhem and mishaps!
Music & Musicals, Classic Country & Western, Country & Western/Folk, Jazz & Easy Listening, Vocal Pop - For more than 30 years, fans have followed country-pop singer Anne Murray's career on account of her catchy romantic songs crooned with her strong alto voice. Filmed before a packed house of adoring fans, this live performance of fourteen of Murray's greatest hits includes favorites such as "Amazing Grace," "Put a Little Love in Your Heart," "What a Wonderful World," "I Can See Clearly Now," "Song of Bernadette" and more.
This concert film of Canadian songbird Anne Murray comes to DVD with a standard full-frame transfer. The English soundtrack is rendered in Dolby Digital Stereo. There are neither closed-captions nor subtitles on this release. The supplemental materials include production credits and a biography of Murray. In addition to performing her most popular hits, Murray duets with fellow Canadians Bryan Adams and Celine Dion. Murray's fans will certainly want to give this disc a look.
Grand Prix commentator for over 50 years, Murray Walker presents his top ten Formula One drivers of all time. Michael Schumacher, Ayrton Senna, Nigel Mansell or Jackie Stewart? Watch this to find out who he places in the chart and who is Numero Uno.
Paul Murray Live is an Australian nightly television current affairs and commentary program, shown on Sky News Australia and hosted by broadcaster Paul Murray. The show revolves around public Twitter discussions and the slogan "this is a show where we tell you what happened today and hopefully by the end of it you'll know what really happened today". News updates are presented by Sharon McKenzie.
The Arthur Murray Party is an American television variety show which ran from July 1950 until September 1960. The show was hosted by famous dancers Arthur and Kathryn Murray, and was basically one long advertisement for their chain of dance studios. Each week the couple performed a mystery dance, and the viewer who correctly identified the dance would receive two free lessons at a local studio. The Arthur Murray Party is notable for being one of the few TV series—the others were Down You Go; The Ernie Kovacs Show; Pantomime Quiz; Tom Corbett, Space Cadet; and The Original Amateur Hour—broadcast on all four major commercial networks in the 1950s during the Golden Age of Television. It may, in fact, be the only series which had a run on all four networks at least twice.
Explore the mysterious case of a 21-year-old nursing student who vanished 13 years ago without a trace, and the social media frenzy it sparked.
Homeless to Harvard: The Liz Murray Story is an American TV film directed by Peter Levin. It was first released on April 7, 2003 in the United States. This movie is adapted from Liz Murray's autobiography, Breaking Night.
The Urban Monkey with Murray Foote is an Australian television comedy series on the Australian Broadcasting Corporation starring Sam Simmons and Janis McGavin as Lee-Anne. The program premiered on 14 September 2009 on ABC2 at 8.55pm and then repeated on ABC1 from 2 October 2009 at 11:10pm. Episodes are five minutes long. The series is presented in mockumentary style and draws parallels between human and animal worlds. The 'Murray Foote' character is an animal warrior, conservationist, scientist, recording artist, good bloke and ladies man. The promotional blurb states that the series was created in 1987, then lost, and then rediscovered recently in a garage in suburban Melbourne.
Murray The K – It's What's Happening, Baby was a television special on CBS-TV hosted by Murray the K. The show aired on June 28, 1965. The special featured performances by many of the popular artists of the day like Jan & Dean, Mary Wells, the Dave Clark Five, Gary Lewis and the Playboys, The Supremes, Tom Jones, Bill Cosby, Patti LaBelle & the Bluebelles, The Drifters, The Miracles, Ray Charles, Marvin Gaye, The Ronettes, Chuck Jackson, The Four Tops, The Temptations, The Righteous Brothers and Little Anthony & the Imperials occasionally interspersed with Murray the K's public announcements urging the youth of America to pursue education and summer employment. The show opened with a performance of "Nowhere To Run" by Martha and the Vandellas filmed at a Mustang assembly line in the Ford River Rouge Plant in Detroit. An illegal bootleg version was released by Lady Goose Productions in 2007 as a DVD entitled: Murray the K & His 1965 Show of Shows.
Al Murray's Multiple Personality Disorder is a British sketch show starring comedian Al Murray. The multi character aspect of the show was a departure from Murray's previous television comedy work, as the sole character The Pub Landlord. The show ran from 27 February to 12 April 2009, airing in the Friday night prime time slot on ITV & UTV. STV in Scotland did not broadcast the programme. It was commissioned on 4 June 2008.
Al Murray's Road To Berlin is a British documentary television series about World War II, presented by Al Murray. The ten episode series was produced for the Discovery Channel, and first broadcast in 2004. During the series, Murray travels across the Western Front in a restored Willys MB Jeep, covering the timeline from the Invasion of Normandy to the fall of Berlin, interviewing survivors and showcasing some of the equipment used.
Al Murray's Happy Hour was a chat show presented by comedian Al Murray and produced by Avalon TV. The first series aired in early 2007. It is broadcast on the British terrestrial TV network, ITV, and the first series was broadcast on Saturday nights at 10pm. The second series aired on Fridays at 10pm. A third series returned to ITV on 12 September 2008, in the same 10pm Friday night slot. However, UTV in Northern Ireland did not show the third series in the 10pm Friday night slot with the other ITV regions. They now show it the following Thursday at around 11.40pm, due to UTV regional programming on Friday nights. Murray presents the programme in his Pub Landlord persona: a stereotypically nationalistic, chauvinistic character. The show contains stand-up, guest interviews and live music. The show ends with Murray performing a Queen song with the musical guest.
Al Murray's Compete for the Meat is a British comedy quiz show, where the contestants compete for a frozen chicken, while the second placed team gets sausages. It was hosted by comedian Al Murray in his guise as The Pub Landlord, and co-hosted by former Blue Peter presenter Zöe Salmon. The first episode was shown on Dave, on 19 May 2011 at 9:00pm.
Comedian and history buff Al Murray is joined by former director of MI5 Dame Stella Rimington, political comedian Matt Forde and film expert Matthew Sweet for a fresh look at the great British spy movie. This round-table discussion looks at the films themselves - not to mention the spies that star in them - and uses them as a lens on the British people, our fear of the world and our changing views of espionage over the decades. As well as discussing the inevitable moral ambiguity, the limited female roles and general distrust of the intelligence community, we also find out what Dame Stella Rimington, the real M, actually thinks about James Bond, what you really say at a party when someone inevitably asks what you do, the spy gadget she'd really like to get her hands on, and the film that was genuinely used as a training movie when she first joined the service.
On a sultry summer night Murray Whelan is in the Botanic Gardens tasting Salina Fleet's apricot lips. Meanwhile a dead artist is being fished from the ornamental moat outside the art gallery. Political minder and brushed-off lover Murray Whelan goes looking for the big picture and learns that when you dabble with death there is nothing abstract about a loaded gun.