"Something hit us...the crew is dead...help us, please, please help us!" With these terrifying words, 22 of Hollywood's greatest stars find themselves aboard a pilotless jumbo jet headed on a collision course with destruction in the nerve chilling sequel to the greatest disaster movie ever made.
On Christmas Eve 1975, Queen crowned a glorious year with a special concert at London's Hammersmith Odeon. The final night of their triumphant UK tour, the show was broadcast live on BBC TV and radio, and has become a legendary event in Queen's history. Featuring stunning renditions of early hits Keep Yourself Alive, Liar and Now I'm Here alongside Brian May's epic guitar showcase Brighton Rock, a rip-roaring version of the then new Bohemian Rhapsody and the crowd-pleasing Rock 'n' Roll Medley, this hour-long concert shows Queen at an early peak and poised to conquer the world.
Examines the evolution of the Black Power Movement in American society from 1967 to 1975. It features footage of the movement shot by Swedish journalists in America during that period and includes the appearances of Bobby Seale, Huey P. Newton, Eldridge Cleaver, and other activists, artists, and leaders central to the movement.
In Porto, 1975 the subjective viewpoint of the camera takes us through another emblematic example of Portuguese history from the 1970s, thanks to a single long take lasting the whole duration of a 16 mm reel. Bouça was a social housing project initiated in 1973, just before the end of Salazar’s Estado Novo, and conceived by an architect whose renown would subsequently become international: Álvaro Siza. César’s camera wanders lightly around the housing development, crosses through an apartment and stops in an architecture agency installed in what should have been the nursery school.
The GodMothers (1975) Dir: William Grefe. Cast: Mickey Rooney, Billy Barty, Tony Adams. USA - 1975
Title song from the first album by Yes guitarist Steve Howe in 1975.
By 1975, Led Zeppelin were the undisputed heavyweight champions of the rock 'n' roll universe. That year, all six of the band’s records had re-entered the charts in the wake of the release of Physical Graffiti, and their tour of North America had been one of the most lucrative of all time. They capped off what had already been a banner year with a career-defining five-night residency at London’s Earls Court Exhibition Centre, begun on May 17, 1975.
Ten deliberately untitled films, each separated on the reel by several ft of black leader. #1 begins with blue negative face of child, ends with single centered eye; #2 begins with blowing snow, ends with lamp stand and lights of the city; #3 begins with landscape/sunset thru mist, ends with window sill; #4 begins with green tiled bathroom, ends with golden mirrored image of cameraman; #5 begins with back of airplane seat, ends with horizontal streaks of bold light; #6 begins with brown light thru quartz crystal, ends with candle wick burning and circled by boiling gold flecks; #7 begins with raccoon in rose light, ends with fading face of child; #8 begins with white lamp post, green tree leaves, and window, and ends with flashing window light on brown wall of motel room; #9 begins with rocks, tree trunk and plants in glow of light, ends with green and gold forest scene; #10 begins with flash of scratched "lightning," ends with moving dot, screen fading out.
Portraits of friends, women and men, the Polish Market on Potsdamer Platz, the Wall, a picknick in the Park, on the road in Italy, Turin in Winter, a poem by Cesare Pavese. The film was originally shot on Super8, was then transmitted to MiniDV and left without sound to be punctuated here and there with some short pieces of music.
The police close in on ""Miss Big Boss"" the leader of a large drug organization, centered in the Golden Triangle. Meanwhile, two kids find themselves on the run after witnessing the murder of an undercover police officer.
Begins with rocks, tree trucks, plants in glow of light, ends with green and gold forest scene.
Begins with flash of scratched 'lighting' ends with moving dot-screen fading out.
The Monterey Jazz Festival was established in 1958 by impressario Jimmy Lyons who has hosted an enormous amount of music at this idyllic location. Against this beautiful seaside setting in Northern California, one spends a pleasent weekend listening to some of the giants of music.
Greatest hits, video clips from 1975 - 1979
Kiss live at Midnight special TV show
Live at Winterland Balroom, Sand Francisco, CA, January 31, 1975
KISS live at the Winterland, San Francisco, CA, January 31st 1975.
The meeting in Bogota, Colombia, on Aug 27, 1975, brought together spiritualist from many cultures: Israeli mentalist Uri Geller, Italian surrealist Federica Fellini, American ESP-researcher Edgar D. Mitchell, Colombian fantasist Gabriel Garcia Márquez and Peruan/American anthropologist Carlos Castaneda.
The 1975 VFL Grand Final was an Australian rules football game contested between the North Melbourne Football Club and the Hawthorn Football Club, held at the Melbourne Cricket Ground in Melbourne on 27 September 1975. It was the 79th annual Grand Final of the Victorian Football League, staged to determine the premiers for the 1975 VFL season. The match, attended 110,551 spectators, was won by North Melbourne by a margin of 55 points, marking that club's first premiership victory. In so doing, it became the last of the 12 VFL teams to win a flag.
The Invisible Man, the second television series with this title
A late-night live television sketch comedy and variety show created by Lorne Michaels. The show's comedy sketches, which parody contemporary culture and politics, are performed by a large and varying cast of repertory and newer cast members. Each episode is hosted by a celebrity guest, who usually delivers an opening monologue and performs in sketches with the cast, and features performances by a musical guest.
The third entry in the Mazinger trilogy.
Pojken med guldbyxorna is a 1975 Swedish TV-series, based on an 1967 novel by Max Lundgren, that became very popular in Sweden and has since been shown numerous times on Swedish television. The version now broadcast on TV4 Guld consists of episodes cut into 30 minutes each. The plot revolves around a boy who discovers that he is able to pull an infinite number of banknotes from the pockets of his jeans.