Argentina, as hosts in 1978, were under great pressure to succeed. Amidst passionate supporters, they progressed to the finals with a wonderful blend of attacking football and tough defending. The unlucky Dutch, now lacking Cruyffs' sublime skills, were the fall guys once again in the Final, losing 3-1 in a classic clash of styles.
During an ever-growing epidemic of zombies that have risen from the dead, two Philadelphia SWAT team members, a traffic reporter, and his television-executive girlfriend seek refuge in a secluded shopping mall.
A collection of music videos and live performances from American rock band Journey. Includes: Don't Stop Believing (1981 Escape tour), Wheel in the Sky (1978 music video), Faithfully (1983 music video), Any Way You Want It (1991 Escape tour), Separate Ways (Worlds Apart) (1983 music video), Lights (1978 music video), Lovin' Touchin' Squeezin' (1979 music video), Be Good to Yourself (1986 Raised on Radio tour), When You Love a Woman (1996 music video), Who's Crying Now (1981 Escape tour), Send Her My Love (1983 music video), Girl Can't Help It (1986 Raised on Radio tour), Open Arms (1981 Escape tour), Just the Same Way (1980 music video), Stone in Love (1981 Escape tour), Feeling That Way (1978 music video), After the Fall (1983 music video), I'll Be Alright Without You (1986 Raised on Radio tour)
The last day in the tanzclub "Dschungel" at Winterfeldplatz, Berlin-Schöneberg. Located at the bar Slumberland, GoltzStraße. 24. It documents with single frame automatic one night from evening to dawn. Sounds from The Doors and Iggy Pop. "Dschungel" moved in 1978 to Nürnberger Straße 35 and became more glamorous and hip.
Jim Davis tribute set to the entire original motion picture score of "Kundun" by Philip Glass featuring the philosophical musings of John Blyth Barrymore.
PROGRESS Chapter 70: May 27th 1978
KISS have always had an approach to their fans that on the one hand could be seen as ridiculously crass and on the other as truly generous. And this release, with its three expertly mastered and crammed DVDs--issued with three separate bonus discs--could easily support either view. The second installment in KISS's Kissology DVD series will sort out the casual fans from the true members of the KISS Army. The material included here, after all, begins in 1978, when the band released four separate solo albums at once and their massive popularity began to wane. It continues on through the controversial makeup-free period and ends in '91, as KISS struggled to cope with the ascendancy of grunge over the hair metal style they'd experienced a second boom with. The concert films are pretty great, but the full-length Tom Snyder Tomorrow show appearance is flat-out brilliant,
Jan Bocquoy narrates the story of his sexual life to age 28, imagining his conception (parents drunk, the encounter lasting ten seconds) and reporting his first orgasm (at the hands of Eddy, in a beach-side caravan, as they watch Laurel and Hardy), his comparative experiences with girls, and his move from Harelbeck to Brussels. There he meets Greta, bartender at a Bohemian cafe, who teaches him the Kama Sutra, the naked Esther, who reads him stories, and Thérèse, his wife for three years. They split after two children; he moves to a small flat, writes pornography to pay the bills, works sporadically on a novel, espouses anarchism, and meets more women. His self-confidence grows.
ABC In Concert, The Mike Douglas Show, Cadillac, Ron Sander's Max Kinkel News, Don Kirschner's Rock Concert, The People Choice Award, Night Bird, The Last Word, Alive II Promo, The American Music Awards, The Land Of Hype and Glory, Dick Clark's Golden Greats
Genesis - Columbus, Ohio 10 October, 1978 (55:20) - Includes long clips (usually the full 3 minute reel) of 11th Earl of Mar - In the Cage - Burning Rope - Ripples - Deep in the Motherlode - One for the Vine - Squonk - Say It's Alright Joe - The Lady Lies - Cinema Show - Afterglow - Follow You Follow Me - Dance on a Volcano - Drum Duet - Los Endos - I Know What I Like genesismuseum.com
Recorded at the Grampian TV Studios in Aberdeen in late 1978 and broadcast by Grampian on 25th September. Effectively this lay lost and forgotten until just before Christmas 2010 when, seemingly, the master was found. 1. Lady Eleanor > 2. Make Me Want To Stay > 3. Kings Cross Blues > 4. Woman > 5. Meet Me On The Corner > 6. Juke Box Gypsy > 7. Run For Home.
Tokyo '78 Date 03-Dec-1978 Venue Kosei Nenkin Hall, Shinjyuku, Tokyo Eleventh Earl Of Mar Dance On A Volcano Los Endos I Know What I Like
Recorded at Germany's Rockpalast a hotbed for 70's and 80's Rock shows hosted the Mothers Finest crew for two packed shows,These two Mother sets from 1978' and 2003 capture a 25yr span of Funk,Rock and Soul from one of the most influential American bands of the last 40yrs. The sets are full of lively pieces that capatures the electrifying excitement and fun the band creates in concert. The two separate sets also define the length of time between the two events as the Rockpalast changed locations and as the band grew older and a few bandmember changes are obvious. The concerts are high powered and the footage is remarkable,Mothers Finest at it's mighty best!!!
Music/Musical - This DVD features 20 years of trouble-making from D.O.A. Includes 10 action-packed story line videos, 3 live videos and Joe's sermon from the Mount. Songs include "Disco Sucks," "World War 3," "Get Out Of My Life," "War," "Death Machine" and more.
Following a 1978 European tour with his sextet, tenor sax giant Stan Getz stopped in Stockholm, Sweden, to gig with a trio of locals, including pianist Lars Sjösten, who composed the tune "Ballad for Laila," which is performed here. The smooth set also features choice standards such as "'Round Midnight" and "I'll Remember April," as well as Getz's only known recording of "Stan Meetz Jeff," written by Swedish baritone sax master Lars Gullin.
The Ramones' Musikladen concert performed in 1978.
Jim Davis tribute set to the entire original motion picture score of "Kundun" by Philip Glass featuring the philosophical musings of John Blyth Barrymore. A deep exploration of the human condition through the lens of Garfield's "The Pipe Strip."
German composer and conductor James "Hansi" Last leads this inspiring 1978 concert filmed at the Royal Albert Hall. Last's concerts typically feature an eclectic mix of music, and this show is no exception. The playlist includes everything from the theme from Star Wars to the swing standard "I've Got You Under My Skin" and the exotic "Quando Quando." Also included is a bonus concert filmed in Ireland and an interview with Last.
Eyewitness to History is an educational series of three short films, The Events, The Lifestyles, and The People, produced in 1978 by Walt Disney Educational to illustrate history with a variety of news reels. It is a live-action series.
Spider-Man is a Japanese live-action television series produced by Toei Company, loosely based on Marvel's Spider-Man character. The series lasted 41 episodes, which aired on the Wednesday 19:30 JST time slot of Tokyo Channel 12 from May 17, 1978, to March 14, 1979. A theatrical episode was also shown in the Toei Manga Matsuri film festival on July 22, 1978. From March 5 to December 24, 2009, Marvel uploaded English subtitled versions of all 41 episodes and the movie on their official website. While Toei's version of the character wore the same costume as his Marvel counterpart, the show's storyline and the origin of the character's powers deviated completely from the source material. In addition to fighting by himself, this incarnation of Spider-Man also piloted a giant robot known as Leopardon, which he would summon to thwart off enlarged versions of the show's monsters. Toei would adopt the giant robot concept in subsequent incarnations of their own Super Sentai franchise.
The story of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., stretching from his days as a Southern Baptist minister up to his assassination in Memphis in 1968.