The tiny girl meets a fairy prince who saves her from the creatures of the woods.
On Halloween 1994, Phish performed The Beatles' White Album. The band played every song on the double album except "Good Night", which was played over the P.A. at the end of the set ("Birthday" was covered as an instrumental, during which Fishman presented a birthday cake to Brad Sands, the band's road manager). Before the band took the stage for their second set, the sound technician began playing "Speak to Me" over the PA, leading the audience to believe the band was about to play Pink Floyd's The Dark Side of the Moon. However, just at the moment "Breathe" would have begun, the recording immediately cut to a sample of Ed Sullivan introducing The Beatles from their famous February 9, 1964 appearance on his show. The band promptly leapt into "Back in the U.S.S.R."
The 1994 season was the year in which Michael Schumacher won his first title, but it is remembered more for the fatal crashes of Roland Ratzenberger and three-time world champion Ayrton Senna at the same race event. This video captures the atmosphere well, with thoughtful photo tributes to both drivers and many interviews with drivers and team personnel. There are also excerpts from the key press conferences held by Max Mosely held after the accidents. The build up to the season is very good indeed, and there is a range of music used that bring events such as Jean Alesi's first pole position to life. The practice and qualifying sessions are well covered.
The Rev. Jeff Mosier (Blueground Undergrass) was contracted by Phish in the Fall of 1994, to help them learn Bluegrass. They flew him to Michigan and Mike Gordon picked him up in a limo, and they had their first lesson on 11/14/1994, same night as Grand Rapids.
Los Angeles SWAT cop Jack Traven is up against bomb expert Howard Payne, who's after major ransom money. First it's a rigged elevator in a very tall building. Then it's a rigged bus--if it slows, it will blow, bad enough any day, but a nightmare in LA traffic. And that's still not the end.
Amar and Prem are two rivals who belonging to middle-class families with no scope of future advancement. Both individually, without the knowledge of the other decide to take matters into their hands and find ways to get rich quickly. Chaos and acrimony result when both find each other at loggerheads when both arrive to win the hand of the daughter of multi-millionaire Ram Gopal Bajaj amidst considerable upheavals when Shyam, the twin brother of Ram, decides to do away with Ram and assume his identity and thus take over the estate of the Bajaj family.
The Videos 1994–2001 is a music video compilation by the Dave Matthews Band, released on August 21, 2001 on VHS and DVD. The compilation features all of the band's 12 music videos from their first four albums, from "What Would You Say" to "The Space Between", with the earliest released in 1995, contrary to the compilation's title.
Scott Calvin is an ordinary man, who accidentally causes Santa Claus to fall from his roof on Christmas Eve and is knocked unconscious. When he and his young son finish Santa's trip and deliveries, they go to the North Pole, where Scott learns he must become the new Santa and convince those he loves that he is indeed, Father Christmas.
Live at the Astoria is a live concert video from English alternative rock group Radiohead's concert at the London Astoria venue on 27 May 1994, released on 13 March 1995 to VHS, and later to DVD in 2005. The concert is notable for its collection of songs being heard then for the first time. These songs would not appear until the release of The Bends, ten months later.
A computer specialist is sued for sexual harassment by a former lover turned boss who initiated the act forcefully, which threatens both his career and his personal life.
Journalist Roma Singh is the daughter of a jailer. While taking a tour of the jail, she is molested by some of the inmates, and an inmate, Vishal Agnihotri comes to her assistance. She finds out that Vishal is in for four homicides, and decides to investigate further. She finds out, with the help of the owner of her publications, Jindal that Vishal was compelled to take the law in his own hands when the courts failed to punish the assailants of his sister and sweetheart. Soon, Vishal is released from prison, and begins to work for Jindal. It is then that he realizes that he has just walked from a walled prison, to an open prison, as the truth behind his release slowly but surely starts to dawn on him.
In a tale of survival, compassion, and loss, a young man in war torn Bosnia is forced to fend for his life by evading his captors.
Pink Floyd performs the entire Dark Side Of The Moon album live At Earls Court London on 20.10.1994. David Gilmour – guitars, lead vocals, lap steel guitar / Nick Mason – drums, percussion / Richard Wright – keyboards, secondary vocals, backing vocals / ADDITIONAL MUSICIANS: Jon Carin – keyboards, secondary vocals, backing vocals / Guy Pratt – bass, secondary vocals, backing vocals / Gary Wallis – percussion, additional drums / Tim Renwick – guitars, backing vocals / Dick Parry – saxophones / Sam Brown – backing vocals / Claudia Fontaine – backing vocals / Durga McBroom – backing vocals
Johnny Cash was making a stunning career comeback following the release of his album "American Recordings" when he arrived in Switzerland for a special festival appearance, which was recorded for this home-video release.
Recorded one night at the Albert Theatre in March 1994, when Eddie Izzard was playing a limited seven week sold-out run of his celebrated stand-up show.
Pulse (stylized as P•U•L•S•E) is a Pink Floyd concert video taken from the October 20, 1994 concert at Earls Court Exhibition Centre, London, in The Division Bell tour, originally released on VHS and Laserdisc in 1995, which is currently available on DVD. Tracklist : Disc 1: 1. Shine On You Crazy Diamond 2. Learning To Fly 3. High Hopes 4. Take It Back 5. Coming Back To Life 6. Sorrow 7. Keep Talking 8. Another Brick In The Wall (Part 2) 9. One Of These Days Disc 2: 1. Speak To Me 2. Breathe 3. On The Run 4. Time 5. Great Gig In The Sky 6. Money 7. Us And Them 8. Brain Damage 9. Eclipse 10. Wish You Were Here 11. Comfortably Numb 12. Run Like Hell
Reunion concert by Colosseum at the Freiburg Zelt-Musik-Festival in June 1994. Original band members Chris Farlowe (vocals), Dick Heckstall-Smith (saxes), Clem Clempson (guitars) and Dave Greenslade (keyboards) were joined by Mark Clarke (vocals)