An American movie star finds his correspondence with an 11-year-old actor exposed, prompting assumptions that begin to destroy his life and career.
A scientist takes a the brain of dead man and revives it via electrodes as it lays suspended in a tank of liquid. Soon, the brain grows to possess enormous psychic powers and inflicts its personality upon the doctor who saved creating a "Jekyll and Hyde" paradigm.
'Guns' Donovan prefers carousing with his pals Doc Dedham and 'Boats' Gilhooley, until Dedham's high-society daughter Amelia shows up in their South Seas paradise.
A series of uncanny déjà vu events force a man to re-examine his tragic past, memory, instinct, and future.
Quirky stranger Donovan (Colin Firth) blows into the Scottish village of Port Clyde. There, he rents a room with the Pannick family and ingratiates himself into their lives. Lucy (Katy Murphy) is the long-suffering matriarch of the clan, caring for her senile grandmother (Liz Smith) and mentally disabled brother, Sandy (David Brown). When the town cancels Sandy's train route to school, Donovan suggests starting their own bus line. They do, much to the consternation of local officials.
1928 and Donovan Slacks, a man with a fragile head, is sent to an English Sea Bathing Hospital. But when he falls in love with a local fishergirl, he discovers the bitter truth about his past and life goes into freefall. In the eye of the storm he takes a decision - determined to break free, he leads the local fishermen in an uprising against the government. But as things spiral out of control, can Donovan Slacks really become the leader everyone desperately needs?
Inspector Killian tries to solve a murder case with his assistant Carney.
An ex-crook's horse wins despite his crooked rival and regains the formula for a malleable glass from a Russian.
Timothy Donovan, a con-man, returns to San Francisco to see his wife and daughter. Realizing his family is under the control of his wife's domineering uncle, Timothy Donovan teams up with fellow con-man to free them.
Musical - This incredible performance DVD was recorded in front of a packed house of adoring fans at the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood. On this, his first music DVD, Donovan performed all his legendary hits and cult classics. - Donovan Leitch Jr., Mike Love
Jennifer Juniper Catch the Wind There Is a Mountain Only the Blues Universal Soldier (Buffy Sainte-Marie cover) Sunshine Superman Mellow Yellow Josie Colours Hey Gyp (Dig the Slowness) Oh Yeah Hurdy Gurdy Man To Try for the Sun
A crusader tries to keep a dope dealer from corrupting children.
1. Mellow Yellow (Int) > 2. Sunshine Superman - 3. Sand and Foam (Mexico) - 4. Catch The Wind - 5. Mellow Yellow > 6. The Tinker and The Crab > 7. Sand and Foam (Mexico) - 8. Sweet Beverly - 9. Hey Gyp - 10. Guinevere - 11. The Tinker and The Crab - 12. Season Of The Witch > 13. Jennifer Juniper > 14. Isle Of Islay > 15. Luluby Of Spring - 16. Little Ben - 17. My Beautiful Flower is Growing > 18. Willie O'Winsbury - 19. Dancing With The Brown Skin Girl - 20. Colours - 21. Richie Havens, Maggie's Farm > 22.. It's a Relief (int) - 23. Isle Of Islay - 24. Sailing Homebound - 25. Hurdy Gurdy Man
Tyson-Ruddock happened on March 18, 1991. The fight received much attention and at the time was one of the biggest pay-per-view fights to date. The fight was brutal with Tyson scoring a knockdown in round 2 and then knocking Ruddock down toward the end of round 3. The fight went back and forth with Ruddock showing incredible heart and determination. Ruddock had his big moment in round 6 after connecting with some big shots and an uppercut that stunned Tyson before the bell sounded. Tyson started Round 7 charging at Ruddock and after catching him with numerous big shots. Referee Richard Steele controversially stopped the fight even though it appeared Ruddock, although staggering, was healthy enough to continue. The premature stoppage caused tempers to boil over with people angry at the decision.
After such a controversial first meeting, a rematch was called for. The second Tyson-Ruddock fight took place on June 28, 1991. The rematch went the distance, a full 12 rounds. Tyson knocked Ruddock down twice during the bout, and won by unanimous decision. The severity of the struggle was evident on both fighters after the fight: Ruddock had a broken jaw and Tyson suffered a perforated eardrum. Sports Illustrated reported that Ruddock's jaw may have been broken as early as the fourth round.Tyson was magnanimous after his triumph, praising Ruddock as a great heavyweight: 'Man this guy is tough, he'll be champion of the world one day if he stays dedicated and doesn't slip up'
Set in the sprawling mecca of the rich and famous, Ray Donovan does the dirty work for LA's top power players, and makes their problems disappear. His father's unexpected release from prison sets off a chain of events that shakes the Donovan family to its core.
Steve Donovan, Western Marshal is an American Western series that aired in syndication from September 1955, to June 1956. The series stars Douglas Kennedy as Marshal Steve Donovan and Eddy Waller as his sidekick, Rusty Lee. The series, set in Wyoming, was also broadcast under the title Western Marshal.