Apparel & AccessoriesBooksClassical MusicDVDElectronics & PhotoGourmet Food and GroceriesHealth & Personal CareHome & GardenIndustrial & ScientificKitchen
Popular MusicMusical InstrumentsOutdoor LivingComputer HardwareComputer SoftwareSporting GoodsToolsToys and GamesVHS VideoVideo Games

Search:

Browse by Catagory:

VHS Video

Documentary


Moon Shot: The Inside Story of the Apollo Project (1994) [VHS]

Moon Shot: The Inside Story of the Apollo Project (1994) [VHS] Lowest new price: $24.95
Lowest used price: $4.40
List price: $19.98

Astronauts Deke Slayton and Alan Shepherd tell the story of America's race for the moon, utilizing an untapped treasure of NASA tapes, home movies and never-before-seen footage of the Soviet space program.Starring: Deke Slayton, Alan Shepherd

Similar Products:


Democrat and the Dictator [VHS]

Democrat and the Dictator [VHS] Lowest used price: $4.00

Great PBS educational VHS!


The Wacky Adventures of Ronald McDonald: The Legend of Grimace Island

The Wacky Adventures of Ronald McDonald: The Legend of Grimace Island Lowest new price: $7.00
Lowest used price: $3.95

An animated video treasure for the whole family. THE LEGEND OF GRIMACE ISLAND is the second in a series of animated adventure videos starring Ronald McDonald, the Hamburglar and all their pals.

Similar Products:


Tenor Titans [VHS]

Tenor Titans [VHS] Lowest used price: $22.70


The Weavers: Wasn't That a Time! [VHS]

The Weavers: Wasn't That a Time! [VHS] Lowest used price: $30.00

Much of what became the folk-music revival of the late 1950s and early 1960s--from which came Peter, Paul, and Mary, the Kingston Trio, and Bob Dylan, among others--began in the late 1940s with a group called the Weavers. Made up of Lee Hays, Ronnie Gilbert, Fred Hellerman, and Pete Seeger, the Weavers were part of a movement of socially conscious singers that began with Woody Guthrie (who, with Hays and Seeger, formed the Almanac Singers in the 1940s). This 1982 documentary captures a reunion performance at Carnegie Hall in the early 1980s of the now-aged Weavers, blending contemporary footage of the concert with background about the intemperate, intolerant times in which the Weavers first emerged. The film provides solid history of the McCarthy era, when the Weavers--riding high with a No. 1 hit in "Goodnight, Irene"--found themselves blacklisted as suspected Communists.

The older-but-wiser Weavers are a marvel: still musically adept, radiating the same kind of positive attitude and questioning sensibility that made them seem so threatening to right-wing forces in the early 1950s. Their voices fit together perfectly, as though they'd never stopped singing together. A must-see story, one that captures the sorry history of the period and the transcendent spirit that kept these musicians vital and committed in the face of brutal political pressure. --Marshall Fine


Dinosaurs [VHS]

Dinosaurs [VHS] Lowest new price: $24.66
Lowest used price: $9.50
List price: $24.66

Contains some of the new details, theories, and information that were presented about dinosaurs in recent times, and how they actually might have been. Some parts are really intriguing. If you like dinosaurs, this is a great video set to have. The animation (through cel artwork) is also really good (and original) in this series.


Sarah Plain and Tall (Hallmark Hall of Fame) [VHS]

Sarah Plain and Tall (Hallmark Hall of Fame) [VHS] Lowest new price: $2.75
Lowest used price: $0.75
List price: $9.99
Brand: VISIT MORE @ HIBISCUS EXPRESS, http://www.amazon.com/shops/AXD9LOVGJXES3

Sarah Plain and Tall (Hallmark Hall of Fame) [VHS] (1991) Glenn Close (Actor), Christopher Walken (Actor), Glenn Jordan (Director) | Rated: G | Format: VHS Tape GUARANTEED SCRATCH FREE - LIKE NEW - PREVIOUSLY ENJOYED - The most-watched made-for-television movie of the 1990s (50 million viewers upon first broadcast in 1991), this fine adaptation of Patricia MacLachlan's novel stars Glenn Close as Sarah, a Maine schoolteacher who responds to a Kansas farmer's newspaper ad seeking a bride. Set in 1910, the story follows Sarah's trial run as stepmother to the children of the widowed Jacob Witting (Christopher Walken). The tough part of the experiment is the conflicting expectations the would-be couple have over Sarah's role in the household.

Features:

  • Sarah Plain and Tall (Hallmark Hall of Fame) [VHS] (1991) Glenn Close (Actor), Christopher Walken (Actor), Glenn Jordan (Director) | Rated: G | Format: VHS Tape GUARANTEED SCRATCH FREE - LIKE NEW - PREVIOUSLY ENJOYED - The most-watched made-for-television movie of the 1990s (50 million viewers upon first broadcast in 1991), this fine adaptation of Patricia MacLachlan's novel stars Glenn Close as Sarah, a Maine schoolteacher who responds to a Kansas farmer's newspaper ad seeking a bride. Set in 1910, the story follows Sarah's trial run as stepmother to the children of the widowed Jacob Witting (Christopher Walken). The tough part of the experiment is the conflicting expectations the would-be couple have over Sarah's role in the household.

Similar Products:


Wild Style [VHS]

Wild Style [VHS] Lowest used price: $4.97


The Story of the Oregon Trail [VHS]

The Story of the Oregon Trail [VHS] Lowest new price: $9.59
Lowest used price: $4.92
Author: Steve Boettcher


Mark Twain Tonight [VHS]

Mark Twain Tonight [VHS] Lowest new price: $3.70
Lowest used price: $1.94
List price: $9.99

Come meet Mark Twain. OK, true, the humorist has been dead for more years than we care to remember, and not many of us around today were alive to hear what he sounded like. But Hal Holbrook is so spectacular in his one-man performance that you could swear you were listening to Twain himself. The gravelly voice, the lined face, the slow shuffle, and cigar-induced throat clearings seem so natural that you'll have difficulty recognizing Holbrook beneath the white suit, the gray hair, and the handlebar mustache.

Mark Twain Tonight! began as a Broadway show in the 1960s and was filmed as a CBS special in 1967. Yet you'd never know it, because the humor, which is more than a century old, is still laugh-out-loud funny today. Twain--I mean, Holbrook--gives a monologue that is rambling, intelligent, and humorous as he culls together commentary from a variety of Twain sources. From dachshund hounds, politics, and patriotism to cigar smoking, memory loss, and religion, this 90-minute video leaps from subject to subject as we're entertained by material that's as fresh today as it was when it was written in the 1800s. --Jenny Brown


Next >>
Page 1 of 1533

[Kindle]    [Kindle DX]
  Privacy Policy

CERTAIN CONTENT THAT APPEARS ON THIS SITE COMES FROM AMAZON SERVICES LLC. THIS CONTENT IS PROVIDED AS IS AND IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE OR REMOVAL AT ANY TIME.