The Marvelous Land of Oz 1987

The Wizard of Oz legend continues with The Marvelous Land of Oz, based on the second book in the series by L. Frank Baum. This adventure features a brave young boy named Tip, the lovable Jack Pumpkinhead, the gruff wodden Sawhorse, and the evil witch Mombi, who is Tip's guardian. Tip and his amazing friends escape Mombi and head toward the Emerald City, now ruled by the Scarecrow. Joined by Dorothy, who has returned to Oz, they meet General Ginger and her all-female army who are planning to invade and take over their beloved Emerald City. Meanwhile, Glinda, the good Witch, has learned that the original King of Oz had an heir. While battling with the forces of General Ginger, Tip, Dorothy and their friends discover that the rightful ruler of Oz has been amazingly transformed.

Baba-Yaga aginst! 1979

When Misha the Bear was chosen as the mascot for the Olympic Games 1980, Baba-yaga (the witch) sets out to fight and become the mascot herself.

Inherit the Truth

On Christmas Day in rural Texas, ten-year old Simon Green learns a painful lesson about mortality in his own backyard.

The Owl Paula 1981

A young boy is getting ready to start school and can't wait till September 1st.

D.T. in Dawg Territory 1988

Cleveland Browns player Mike Golic meets D.T. (D'ruhaul Temahawk), an alien Fetchball player who has been kidnapped so he will miss his teams championship game. Together, the Browns race against the clock to make sure D.T. returns home in time.

Drum Dream Girl

Girls cannot be drummers. Long ago on an island filled with music, no one questioned that rule-until the drum dream girl. In her city of drumbeats, she dreamed of pounding tall congas and tapping small bongós. She had to keep quiet. She had to practice in secret. But when at last her dream-bright music was heard, everyone sang and danced and decided that both girls and boys should be free to drum and dream. Inspired by the childhood of Millo Castro Zaldarriaga, a Chinese-African-Cuban girl who broke Cuba's traditional taboo against female drummers, Drum Dream Girl tells an inspiring true story for dreamers everywhere.

Gerbert - Before My First Day Began... 1990

Gerbert's friend, Patrick, is thinking of running away from home. He feels he does not fit in anywhere because he is an adopted child. Patrick learns that Gerbert is also adopted, and the two of them talk about "famous" people in the Bible who were adopted, such as Moses. Finally, Patrick discovers in a fresh and very personal way that God is his Father and we are all His "adopted" children. "Before My First Day Began...: was written primarily to offer comfort and insight to adopted children. However, it also addresses the reality that we are all adopted into God's family. This is a very honest, tender and helpful video for children (and families) of adoption. We hope it will find it's way into church libraries, school counselor's offices, family therapists' and child psychologists' offices, and many other concerned and active organization in this area of counseling.

While the Clocks Are Ticking 1976

Schoolgirl Masha gets into the fabulous city cheerful workers, which with the help of servants and cap of invisibility inhibits the evil Korol Kropodin I. Before the townspeople finally get rid of oppressors, Masha is a party to the exciting events and adventures.

For Better or for Worse: A Christmas Angel 1992

The Patterson family drives into the drive, and unloads the Christmas tree (and accidentally hitting the family dog, in the process). Once inside, John, Michael and Elizabeth, stand the tree up, only to find out that it is too tall.

Mauro the Gypsy 1972

When chickens start to disappear and scrap metal litters the countryside, the time has obviously come for Mauro and his family to be moved on. But things are not always what they seem to be.

Rock N Learn Alphabet Fun

Young learners join Alphabet Al on an exciting trip to the circus. Children learn the alphabet and begin building letter-sound associations fundamental for reading. Attention-grabbing acrobats, crazy clowns, elephants, dancing dogs, and other amazing performers keep preschoolers entertained and help build vocabulary. This home edition features highlights from Rock N Learn Alphabet Circus.