The Beatles at Shea Stadium is a fifty-minute-long documentary of the Beatles' 1965 concert at Shea Stadium in New York, the highlight of the group's 1965 tour.
In 1964, when the New York Mets were regarded as little more than a punch line in major league baseball, the team moved into a brand new ballpark, Shea Stadium, which was to become their home for the next forty-four years. Shea Stadium was closed (in part to create more parking space for a new stadium, Citi Field), and on July 16 and 18, 2008, Billy Joel headlined the final concerts held at the stadium. Filmmaker Paul Crowder and a camera crew were on hand for Joel's shows, and the documentary THE LAST PLAY AT SHEA chronicles his historic two-night stand, as well as exploring Joel's career, his ties to working-class New York, and how his life and career paralleled the growth of suburban Long Island and the beloved ballpark.
This 2008 show from the legendary Shea Stadium features Long Island's own Billy Joel performing hits from throughout his decades long career including "My Life," "Summer, Highland Falls," "We Didn't Start the Fire," and "Scenes From an Italian Restaurant. The Piano Man is joined on stage by such luminaries as Steven Tyler, John Mellencamp, and Who frontman Roger Daltrey.
The Who’s 1982 tour, which was all in North America apart from two warm-up dates at the Birmingham NEC in England, was their last to feature Kenney Jones on drums and the band did not tour again until 1989. The tour promoted the recent IT’S HARD album, which had been released in June 1982, and the set list included a number of tracks from that album, some of which the band would only play live on this tour. This concert film features the show from the second of their two nights at New York’s Shea Stadium and was filmed on 13 October 1982.
For nearly half a century, Shea Stadium has been home to the New York Mets and the team's millions of adoring fans. But now it's time to say goodbye, as Major League Baseball Productions pays tribute to the magical moments and miraculous events that transformed this ballpark into one of the most famous cultural landmarks in sports. Hosted by Matthew Broderick and highlighted by exciting footage of the Mets and their 45 Amazin' seasons at Shea, this video celebrates team milestones, including two World Series Championships and four National League pennants. From sports heroes to world leaders to rock 'n' roll icons, "Shea Goodbye" vividly captures the thrills, drama and excitement that shook a stadium...and the world.
Two basic white girls, Talia and Polly, get glammed up for a night on the town. That is until these Millennial’s night turns into #ShearMadness!
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Eric O'Shea has been active in the comedy business for 25 years. He has performed in L.A. with Betty White at the Creative Emmy Awards and has appeared on the America's Got Talent TV Show. Every year since 1997, Eric has performed an average of 70 shows a year, earning him 7 nominations as the “National College Comedian of the Year”
An experimental film in seven parts for continuous projection. With the excepti on of parts 1 and 2, each film can be hired individually. Individual parts as f ollows: Part 1: Sheep (3 mins st.) Part 2: Sheepman (10 mins st.) Part 3: Window (45 mins) Part 4: Lane (18 mins st.) Part 5: Farm (25 mins) Part 6: Blue plus greed plus red (15 mins) Part 7: Sheepwoman (16 mins sd. commag.)
In the gruelling world of competitive sheep shearing there is no women's section. Women and men compete together. She Shears is the story of passion, purpose and determination and five women for whom shearing is not just a job.
An abstract animated film inspired by the work of jazz musician Chico Hamilton.
A well known storyteller, Tomas O' Diorain tells tales of the sea around a fire in an old Irish cottage. His storytelling is juxtaposed with images of the sea. This film, thought lost was rediscovered by Houghton Library curators during a cataloging update in 2013.
Soccer mania hits Beit She'an, a small working-class Israeli town near the Jordanian border, when the local team prepares for their last crucial game of the season, against the rich, national champions from Haifa, exacerbating conflicts between rich and poor, small town and big city, and minorities and the ruling class.
Music/Musical - Besides gathering different clips and soundies featuring the great George Shearing and his combo, this video includes additional numbers showcasing Mel Torme, the Slam Stewart Trio, Slim Gaillard, the Bob Cats, and others.
Newfoundland metalheads Sheavy rock the house in this 2005 performance filmed live at the Masonic Temple Ballroom in their homeland. Eighty lucky fans won tickets to get up close and personal with the band at this invite-only show. With hard-hitting licks reminiscent of Black Sabbath, Sheavy gets the ballroom floor shaking with songs like "Spy vs. Spy," "Hangman" and other tracks from their album "Republic?"
Finally, a full length concert on DVD of this jazz piano legend, filmed in 1991 at the Paul Mason Winery in a state of the art digital and audio production. Shearing's artistry is captured forever as he and bass sensation Neil Swainson caress the ballads of Rodgers & Hart and Hoagy Carmicheal, and swing to the Bebop of Charlie Parker. SELECTIONS: -Freedom Jazz Dance -Why Did I Choose You? -Isn't It Romantic -Estate -Donna Lee -Memphis in June -Lullabyes in Birdland -Moose the Mooch
It’s madness in the meadow with Shaun the Sheep and his flock of mischievous merrymakers! Shaun expertly stops the pigs from running amuck and turning the farm into a porky paradise. He amuses his friends when he falls head over hoof for a beautiful stranger, and demonstrates what happens when curiosity gets the sheep after a hot air balloon lands and causes mayhem in the meadow… From the farm, to outer space and everywhere in between, Shaun and his barnyard buddies know how to have a woolly good time!
England football legend Alan Shearer looks back over the years at some of the most memorable moments, goals and flashes of footballing genius which explains why people so passionately love 'the beautiful game'. Featuring great soccer snippets as well as those moments fans would rather forget. Synopsis In Alan Shearer’s Ultimate Football, the legendary footballer and ex-captain of England takes a look at some of the best and worst footballing action over the years, rewinding to several truly incredible moments along the way. This DVD features 150 clips and performances from Henry, Cantona, Rooney, and Shearer himself.
Delicious (T. Ashanti Mozelle) is in charge of maintaining Nora s legacy and tradition by running & managing the shop. The dysfunctional group of hairstylists consisting of Janelle, Nina, Xenobia, Tashina, and manicurists Ming and Ling are still up to their old antics! One day, reality show producer Charles (Miguel Nuñez) enters the shop. Captivated by the goings-on inside, he proposes that Nora s Hair Salon have its own show. Immediately, the salon crew signs on with hopes of money and fame, but they get more than they bargained for when they learn that Charles has ulterior motives. Now, the crew must come together to see that this reality tape never sees the light of day
Shear Genius is an American reality television series on the Bravo network that focuses on hair styling. The show first premiered on April 11, 2007. Contestants compete with each other to create the best hair style and are usually restricted in time, materials, and theme. Their designs are judged and one or more stylists are eliminated each week, until the winner is determined. The show was hosted by actress Jaclyn Smith in seasons one and two and by Brazilian model Camila Alves for season three.
Seoige is an Irish television chat show. The show, hosted by sisters Gráinne and Sile Seoige, was broadcast live on weekdays at 16:30 on RTÉ One, with a hiatus in the summer months. Episodes were repeated at 08:20 the following weekday morning on the same channel. The programme was originally launched in 2006 as Seoige and O'Shea with Grainne Seoige and Joe O'Shea at the helm. It followed a similar format to ITV's This Morning programme. Moving between serious issues and lighter subjects, content included interviews, debates and musical performances. Viewers could call, text or e-mail the programme's studio to give their opinions on topics. The presenters chatted with four sets of guests, which consisted of interviewees, discussion groups and musical artists. The show was rebranded Seoige in August 2008 after Joe O'Shea announced he was leaving RTÉ to pursue a career in radio broadcasting. RTÉ announced on 21 April 2009 that the show would be cancelled and that the last show would air on Friday the 24 April 2009. A new series will not be commissioned for the autumn of 2009.