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1. Chinese Connection

Description: The LikeTelevision™ Classic TV channel proudly presents The Chinese Connection - starring Bruce Lee as Chen Zhen, a martial arts student who seeks revenge on those responsible for his master's death. The Chinese martial arts school is at war with the Japanese school - lots of incredible action from the master himself.

2. Dali's First Exhibit Opens

Description: The LikeTelevision™ History channel proudly presents, This Day In History - November 21!

3. Drinking and Eating PSA

Description: LikeTelevision™ proudly presents a bizarre old PSA (public service announcement) which alerts us that eating a lot of food has no effect on how the body absorbs alcohol. Duh? You mean if I eat a loaf of sponge bread it won't sop up all that wine? Why who knew! The guy in the commercial has some trouble driving and ends up getting his Volkwagon Beetle pinched between two trucks.

4. English Settlers Arrive In Botany Bay, Australia

Description: The LikeTelevision™ History channel proudly presents, This Day In History - January 18!

5. Johnny Carson - The Tonight Show

Description: This short clip features Betty Davis being fabulous as ever, Jack Benny takes a drink of wine, and Albert Brooks does a terrific techno computer generated speech comedy routine. Followed by Dolly Parton in her prime. Johnny makes a few cracks and Dolly is composed as always with a terrific sense of humor. Fun!

6. Lovers and Liars

Description: Lovers and Liars is a classic romantic comedy starring Goldie Hawn and Giancarlo Giannini about a young American girl looking for love and an Italian married man looking for action.

7. Samurai Three - Duel at Ganryu Island

Description: The incredible Samurai trilogy from Hiroshi Inagaki continues - with part three... Duel At Ganryu Island. This epic drama of Japan's legendary samurai warrior Miyamoto Musashi, played by Toshir? Mifune. We suggest you watch Samurai Part I and Samurai Part II before viewing the third movie in this epic masterpiece of understated elegance.

8. Theater of Blood

Description: Vincent Price plays a washed up Shakespearean actor named Edward Lionheart, who goes crazy after he loses The Critic's Award. Though the critics think he committed suicide after losing, he is actually alive, and arranges a Shakespearean death for all the critics who spurned him. Great movie, fine acting, and filmed in Britain.

9. Throne of Blood

Description: Classic Kurosawa tale of ambition, power, and fate. Two Samurai warriors (Washiza and Miki) encounter an evil spirit in the Cobweb Forest who sees the future. She tells them of their rise to power and how ambition will guide their actions. The film draws from Shakespeare's Macbeth - but the setting is feudal Japan. Like Lady Macbeth, Washiza's wife has a difficult time washing that darn blood off her hands.

Starring Toshir? Mifune as Washiza, the trusted Samurai hero and protector of a group of powerful leaders who control the Cobweb Castle, and several other forts and castles An evil spirit's prophesy guides his actions and he kills the top Lord and usurps his power - only to be replaced by equally ambitious men.

Set in Feudal Japan - Two Samurai heros turn on their Lords and gain power. Did you know that Kurosawa films like this created the inspiration for films like The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly (Yojimbo) and Star Wars (Hidden Fortress) Watch this clip for more Kurosawa background info!

10. To Kill A Mockingbird

Description: To Kill A Mockingbird is a classic American film, based on Harper Lee's novel, Horton Foote's screenplay is amazing - and Gregory Peck's performance as Atticus Finch was nothing short of stunning. The story is told through the eyes of Jean Louise Finch, Scout to her friends, as she recalls this tumultuous period many years later. Mary Badham's performance as Scout is flawless. She was nominated for an Oscar for Best Actress in a Supporting Role but lost to Patty Duke for her role as Helen Keller in The Miracle Worker. Had she won, she would have been the youngest person to win this award. 1962 was one of the best years in the history of film. I am convinced this film would have won best picture - but it happened to come out the same year as David Lean's masterpiece, Lawrence of Arabia, with Peter O'Toole. How good was 1962 you ask? On top of those two epic films - you had Mutiny on the Bounty. The Miracle Worker, Days of wine and Roses, What Ever Happened to Baby Jane, Billy Budd, The Music Man, Birdman of Alcatraz. The Manchurian Candidate, and The Longest Day. Come on Hollywood... get to work and give us another 1962!

11. Wheels on Meals w/ Jackie Chan

Description: LikeTelevision™ proudly presents - Wheels on Meals, a terrific early film from Jackie Chan and Samo Hung Kam-Bo. The film originally released as Kwai Tsan Ttseh was made in 1984 and stars Jackie Chan and Biao Yuen as street vendors who come to the rescue of a beautiful woman named Sylvia, played by Lola Fomer. As with most Jackie Chan movies, there's lots of great martial arts, comedy and bascially good clean fun.


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