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|Famous Authors Series: Bronte Sisters [VHS]
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Famous Authors Series: Bronte Sisters [VHS Tape] (1996)
|The Compleat Beatles [VHS]
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This documentary chronicles the career of the "Fab Four".
|Baby Animals Just Want to Have Fun [VHS]
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More of your favorite animals - as babies! Another adorable collection of educational wildlife footage for children and animal lovers. Whether they're bathing, playing, or just relaxing, these animals just want to have fun! If you like this video, be sure not to miss Baby Animals in the Wild.
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|Fury of the Eagles [VHS]
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|Jung on Film [VHS]
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This compelling film represents a rare record of an original genius. In Jung on Film, the pioneering psychologist tells us about his collaboration with Sigmund Freud, about the insights he gained from listening to his patients' dreams, and about the fascinating turns his own life has taken. Dr. Richard I. Evans, a Presidential Medal of Freedom nominee, interviews Jung, giving us a unique understanding of Jung's many complex theories, while depicting Jung as a sensitive and highly personable human being.
|Train Adventures for Kids: Magical World of Trains [VHS]
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If you like trains join Jake and Jody as the magical engineer Smoky Jones reveals the wonders of trains both big and small.
|Extreme Machines: Super Sight & Earth Breakers [VHS]
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|The Cowboy Poets: Live at Elko [VHS]
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Filmed at the 10th Annual Cowboy Poetry gathering in Elko, Nevada, we take an intimate look at a thriving american art form, which includes featured performers: Waddie Mitchell, Don Edwards, Ian Tyson, Michael Martin Murphey and Rider in the Sky, Wallace McRae, Sons of the San Joaquin, and more. For a week in the dead of winter, when things get quiet on the ranch, the town of Elko, Nevada is transformed into a crowded and lively festival of poets, musicians and friends, who come together to celebrate the spirit and craft of the cowboy. Over the years, The Cowboy Poetry Gathering, known to most simply as 'Elko' has become, a major American cultural event.
|Survivors of the Holocaust [VHS]
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The Survivors of the Shoah (Hebrew for Holocaust) Foundation grew out of Steven Spielberg's research for his film Schindler's List. He interviewed many survivors of the Holocaust and found that, despite their similar experiences, each had a unique story to tell. In order to preserve these memories for future generations so that the horrors of Nazi Europe might never be forgotten, Spielberg created the foundation, whose mission involves taping interviews with the remaining survivors. Survivors of the Holocaust provides just the briefest glimpse of the many stories the foundation has collected. The video is broken into thirds by year, so we learn of life before the Holocaust, during internment in concentration camps, and after liberation. The testimonies are powerful, and at times overwhelming. The photos and film clips are frequently horrifying and may be too much for younger viewers. The video opens with a brief presentation, hosted by Ben Kingsley, about the foundation itself. This is the weakest part of the video--at points it seems to serve simply as a reminder of how wonderful Spielberg is for his involvement in this effort--but don't let it deter you . No matter how much you may have seen or read about the Holocaust, the interviews will affect you tremendously. A powerful, powerful experience. --Jenny Brown
|Cadillac Desert - Water and the Transformation of Nature: Boxed Set (Includes Chinatown 1974 Feature Film) [VHS]
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No fiction could match the real-life drama behind the struggle for water in the modern American West. An extraordinary tale of triumph and disaster, of heroes and scoundrels, Cadillac Desert chronicles the growth of civilization in the desert, the resistance to this achievement, and the dangers it has created at home and abroad. From executive producers Jonathan Taplin (The Prize) and Sandra Itkoff (producer of The Twentieth Century Project). After learning the facts behind the fiction of Chinatown, the Cadillac Desert boxed set provides a perfect opportunity to "revisit" this Academy Award®-winning classic. From Paramount Home Video, Chinatown stars Jack Nicholson and Faye Dunaway. 1974, Rated R, Closed Captioned, Color, Paramount, Trademark ® and © 1997 by Paramount Pictures. All Rights Reserved.
How did we turn thousands of square miles of the American Southwest into fertile farmland and thriving cities? How do we intend to sustain the life now dependent on our engineering? These and many other thoughtful questions are raised by the Cadillac Desert series, based on the book by Marc Reisner and on Last Oasis by Sandra Postel. Extensive interviews with the authors, dam builders, environmentalists, and those directly effected (for better and worse) by the water works are enlightening, sometimes funny, and sometimes maddening. The photography is brilliant, contrasting the natural beauty of the wetlands and deserts with the artificial beauty of the dams, waterways, and agricultural lands. Absorbing, engaging, and entertaining, Cadillac Desert is an excellent introduction to the recent history of our "invisible resource." This set also includes the Jack Nicholson movie Chinatown, which illuminates many of the issues brought to light in this series--Rob Lightner
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