His viewpoints clash with nearly everyone he comes into contact with especially his liberal son-in-law, Mike. Judging books by covers: Archie ridicules Mike and Gloria's intellectual friend Roger for being gay, but he is straight as an arrow. Fame is the spur: A little TV-publicity can't hurt the restaurant but no one expects the cameras to be rolling when a prep assistant lets live crayfish escape. This segment contains footage of a helicopter being flown at small children,an American Elvis impersonator, a gangsta rapper, the constitutional crisis that followed John Major's fightwith the Queen and an interview with a swimming poolattendant. The first three episodes from a television satire of British news programmes. Videocassette release of two episodes from the television program produced 1961-1966. Video/C 8224 Hustling the Hustler: Will Buddy's younger brother, Blacky, sucker Rob out of 0 bucks during a friendly game of pool before he leaves town? Bonus features: 1987 atlas hall of fame induction; remembering Ernie with George Schlatter and Jolene Brand; "baseball film"; making of "baseball film "; "the mysterious knockwurst"; Andy Mckay 8mm home movie. DVD X5816 Disc 2, The NBC Morning Show Bonus materials: Percy Dovetonsils "Ode to Stanley's pussycat" -- Martin Krutch, Public eye -- Rock Mississippi in Fingers under Weskit" -- Howard, the world's strongest ant -- J. Disc two contains episodes from The NBC morning show of Ernie Kovacs at his best during his time on the Morning show in 1956. DVD X5817 Disc 4, The Late 1950's Contents: Saturday color carnival: "The Ernie Kovacs show" (Jan. Special features: Glee music jukebox; The making of The Rocky Horror glee show; bonus song; Getting waxed with Jane Lynch; A day in the life of Brittany; Shooting Glee in NYC; more. DVD X6452 Cast: Gertrude Berg, Philip Loeb, Harold J. Harris, Arlene Mc Quade, Larry Robinson, Tom Taylor, Olga Favian, Eli Mintz, Arnold Stang, Betty Bendyke, Jon Lorner, Susan Steell, Ruth Yorke. Murphy Brown is an outspoken TV journalist, who along with her quirky cohorts of the top-rated newsmagazine show, FYI, struggles to handle personal and professional problems with humor and insight. Respect (pilot) -- Devil with a blue dress on -- Nowhere to run -- Signed, sealed, delivered -- Murphy's pony -- Baby love -- Disc 2.
The first season of the 1970's sit-com that broke ground for the way it discussed controversial topics and dealt with bigotry and politics. Featuring: Carroll O'Connor, Jean Stapleton, Rob Reiner, Sally Struthers. A British sit-com of Gareth Blackstock, the "finest" chef in England, possibly the world, who rules the kitchen of Le Chateau Anglais, the most upscale French restaurant in England. The first three episodes from a television satire of British news programmes. Three full length shows from the Black Entertainment cable network's comedy series Comicview. DVD 1059 The Night the Roof Fell In: Rob and Laura each tells their side of an argument to friends when Rob doesn't come home after a marital dispute. Never Name a Duck: Two orphan ducklings come to live at the Petrie house. Originally broadcast on television during the 1996-1997 season. Includes the first 26 episodes from this early classic televison sit-com.
The show's central character, Archie Bunker, was a working-class family man who held bigoted, conservative views of the world. Three episodes from one of the first sit-coms to take on controversial social issues. Big cheese: All statuses are quo in the kitchen: it's a madhouse, especially when Chef Gareth gets ready for the arrival of an eminent restaurateur. It parodies the 'hard-hitting' style of journalism, as well as mocking sports journalism, weather reports, American news programmes, business reports, soa poperas and many other targets. PAL format Video/C 9853 Cast: Christopher Morris, Steve Coogan, Doon Mackichan, Patrick Marber, David Schneider, Michael Alexander. When one gets sick Rob and Laura teach Richie lessons on love and responsibility. DVD 6645 Disc 1, The Early Years: Contents It's time for Ernie -- Ernie in Kovacsland -- Kovacs on the corner -- Kovacs unlimited. DVD 4863 Cast: Candice Bergen, Grant Shaud, Faith Ford, Joe Regalbuto, Robert Pastorelli, Charles Kimbrough, Pat Corley.
Nelle Porter instantly breaks hearts, and the equally intriguing Ling Woo, attracts everyone. Angels and blimps -- Pyramids on the Nile -- Side show -- Sex, lies & politics -- Disc 5. A comedy series in the early 1950s with the central role pointed to the Negro domestic who pulls the weekly family situations together with more common sense than all of the other family members. In this sixth installment of Comic Relief, an amazingarray of Hollywood's funniest people are back yetagain to raise money for the homeless. Video/C 8644 Performers: Billy Crystal, Whoopi Goldberg, Robin Williams, Garry Shandling, Brett Butler, Bob Saget, Alan King, Paul Rodriguez, Dennis Miller, Kevin Pollak, Paula Poundstone, Dave Chappelle, Bill Maher, Sid Caesar, Imogene Coca, Bob Goldthwait, Marga Gomez, Carlos Menicia, Paul Mooney, Howard Morris, Rick Overton, Carl Reiner, Jeffrey Tambor. Over two dozen of America's comedians present a programof stand-up comedy, skits, and mind-bending mania as afundraiser for the homeless. Special features: The word (including Merriam-Webster's 2006 word of the year: truthiness; Better know a district; Green screen challenge; Stephen Jr. DVD 9252 Cast: Bill Cosby; Phylicia Rashad; Malcolm-Jamal Warner. The show expertly blended slapstick with sophistication, influencing the caliber of TV comedy programs for decades. Ernie Kovacs monologue -- 1812 Overture (also on vhs Video/C 6570) -- Various shorts -- Western parody -- Nairobi duo in space -- Musical office -- Oscilloscope sketches -- Wolfgang Sauerbraten (also on vhs Video/C 6570) -- Dinner symphony -- Whom dunnit? A British television comedy series presenting a satirical exploration of racial stereotypes in Britain, as seen from an Indian point-of-view. Disc 5: Resolutions -- Betrayal -- Weekend -- In dreams begin responsibilities. Special features: Disc 1: "Pilot" commentary by Marshall Herskovitz, Winnie Holzman, Scott Winant ; Disc 3: "Other people's mothers" commentary by Bess Armstrong, Claudia Weill; "Life of Brian" commentary by Devon Gummersall, Todd Holland, Jason Katims ; Disc 4: "Self-esteem" commentary by Claire Danes, Winnie Holzman; "So-called angels" commentaries by Wilson Cruz, Winnie Holzman, Scott Winant ; Disc 5: "Weekend" commentary by Bess Armstrong, Lisa Wilhoit, Adam Dooley ; Disc 6: Featurettes with MSCL cast and creators: My so-called life story; A conversation with: Claire Danes and Winnie Holzman; A conversation with: Marshall Herskovitz and Winnie Holzman; The characters: Angela, The Chase family, The friends; The music; Interview with Claire Danes; Highlights: 1995 Museum of Television & Radio (now known as the Paley Center for Media) Panel; Photo gallery.
More and more subject to outrageous hallucinations, Ally struggles to give up her dream of Mr. Adding to all the sexy fun is an unexpected visitor: Mr. Civil Wars -- Those lips, that hand -- Let's dance -- Only the lonely -- Disc 6. Driven off the air by "boycotts" and accusations of "racial stereotyping," it would be the last TV series to feature a black woman in the leading role for 10 years. DVD X5852 Two episodes of the television program by ABC-TV produced in the 1950's. Beverly hillbillies: Elly's animals; Jed plays Solomon; Duke steals a wife; Jed buys the freeway; Jed becomes a banker. Side B: Beverly hillbillies: Family tree; Jed pays his income tax; Clampetts are overdrawn; Giant jackrabbit; Clampetts and the Dodgers. Includes atribute to the casts of Your Show of Shows and Star Trek, the next generation. Includes a reunion of theoriginal cast from the Steve Allen Show and a take-offon the O. - flight of a patriot; : Papa Bear" Bill O'Reilly enters the Eagle's Nest; Cooking with feminists Meta-free-phor-all. The story of a prosperous African American couple living in New York City, raising five children in an uplifting, positive environment. DVD 2859 Complete first season of the television sit-com Diff'rent Strokes. (also on vhs Video/C 6570)-- Kitchen symphony (also on vhs Video/C 6570) -- Percy Dovetonsils -- Wagon train -- Kovacs on music -- Hospital sketch -- Swan Lake of gorillas -- Musical spaghetti -- Nairobi trio -- Street scene -- Ah! Disc 2 Eugene -- Silent western (also on vhs Video/C 6570)-- Eugene reads -- Pinball -- Eugene's lunch box -- Dutch masters -- Miklos Molnar -- Auntie Gruesome -- Matzoh Hepplewhite -- Figaro -- Percy Dovetonsils -- Roger Simess -- Ernie at the peep-show -- Dr. 1 Features: The "crazy" 1812 Overture; a parody of 1950's TV Westerns; the Musical Office; the Kitchen Symphony; the woman-in-a-tub skits; Percy Dovetonsils reads a poem called "Leslie the mean animal trainer;" Wolfgang Sauerbraten selling Pffft spritzer; the bow & arrow blackouts; the "Whom Dunnit" game show. Video/C 6570 Cast: Robert Young, Jane Wyatt, Elinor Donahue, Billy Gray, Lauren Chapin. With a stunning stream of sketches and songs presents series 1, 2, and 3 plus the special "Back where they came from." Originally presented on BBC television between 19. DVD 3793 (series 1 also on VHS Video/C 8527) The informer: In this original pilot episode of the comic television series about American prisoners of war, a German spy witnesses Hogan's underground operation and can't believe his eyes. Originally broadcast on television during the 1994-1995 season. DVD X6828 Featuring: Gale Storm, Ben Blue, Hans Conreid, Stan Freberg, Jonathan Winters, Jack Albertson, Groucho Marx.
Pursuit of loneliness -- Oddball parade -- Prime suspect -- Boy next door -- Disc 5. And budding rock star Cage takes the stage in another spectacular season that includes Marcia Cross, Sting and Anne Heche. Sex, lies and second thoughts -- Girls night out -- Two's a crowd -- Disc 2. Reach out and touch -- Boys town -- Falling up -- Getaway -- Disc 5. DVD X2136 It's the season of change at the law firm. Two episodes of the television sit-com produced in the early 1950s presenting an early example of African American stereotypes on television. There's Jed (Buddy Ebsen), a kind and sensible man turned millionaire; Granny (Irene Ryan), old, senile and paranoid; Elly May, incredibly beautiful and naive and Jethro Bodine (Max Baer Jr.), Jed's stupid nephew. Also joining Bob are Naomi Judd, Don Johnson and Tom Selleck. Davis, Maureen Mc Cormick, Susan Olsen, Barry Williams. Episodes from season two about the regulars at a Boston bar. -- as Sam "Mayday" Malone and Diane Chambers launch their turbulent, on-again off-again romance. -- Disc 4: The matchmaker -- Bud the bridesmaid -- Proud father -- Father delivers the papers -- No partiality -- Close decision. But the scheme nearly backfires when Carter gets carried away with his performance! In Goodnight sweet prince Ralph has to begin working the night shift and has trouble adjusting his sleeping habits so Alice and Norton scheme to make him sleep during the day. Video/C 4033 Contents: Letter to the boss (11/14/53) -- Suspense (1/24/53) -- Dinner guest (5/2/53) -- Ralph Kramden's greatest schemes (bonus episode). Includes Boxing tonight, what the stars foretell, a party political broadcast, an ideal loon exhibition, the Queen's own Mc Kamikaze Highlanders, a new brain for Curry's, the sherry-drinking vicar and the dirty vicar. Special features: Disc 1: Audio intros for each episode by Garry Marshall; The laundry orgy audio commentary by Garry Marshall, Jerry Belson and Carole Shelley; Tony Randall on The Mike Douglas show with audio intro by Garry Marshall; series promo #1; Disc 2: Audio intros for each episode by Garry Marshall; It's all over now, baby bird audio commentary by Jack Klugman; Tony Randall and Jack Klugman (11/19/70) on The Mike Douglas show with audio intro by Garry Marshall; series promo for It's all over now, baby bird with audio intro by Garry Marshall; Disc 3: Audio intros for each episode by Garry Marshall; They use horseradish, don't they audio commentary by Garry Marshall; Jack Klugman's book tour home videos with audio intro by Garry Marshall; Disc 4: Audio intros for each episode by Garry Marshall; Oscar's new life episode available with and without laugh track; gag reel with audio intro by Garry Marshall; Tony & Jack on stage in The odd couple (1993 stage play) with audio intro by Garry Marshall; Jack Klugman's 1971 Emmy Award win footage with audio commentary by Jack Klugman and audio intro by Garry Marshall; Dick Cavett comedy preview; Disc 5: Audio introduction by the series executive producer Garry Marshall.
I will survive -- Turning thirty -- Do you wanna dance? Hope and glory -- Ally Mc Beal : the musical, almost. Last virgin -- 'Tis the season -- Love on holiday -- Man with the bag -- Disc 3. Pursuit of unhappiness -- Obstacle course -- In search of Barry White -- Cloudy skies, chance of parade -- Disc 6. Ally makes a personal discovery that will change her life, Ling is offered a judge position and Fish might have found the perfect match. as a potential romantic interest, but later relents and sees him again. In The Honeymoon (28 min.), Mike marries Carol, merging his family of three sons with that of her three daughters. Video/C 6847 Features a television special and six episodes from the British television satirical comedy Brass eye, a controversial spoof of current-affairs, media representations and the role of the celebrity in the UK. Other hilariousseason 2 highlights include Carla's dismay at the sudden reappearance of her ex-husband, Nick Tortelli and his new bride and Coach returns to the baseball field as the tyrannical manager of a Little League team. Special features: Disc 1: Daddy's girls (with Lauren Chapin and Elinor Donahue) : all-new interviews with the actresses who played the Anderson sisters, Kathy and Betty; Disc 2: Robert Young's home movies (narrated by Young's grandson Bill Proffitt) : beautiful footage of Robert Young's real-life family shot between the 1930s and the 1970s reveals the inspiration behind much of "Father knows best"; Behind the scenes (narrated by Bill Proffitt) : rare color "home movies" from the set of "Father knows best"; Disc 3: "24 hours in Tyrantland" : in 1959, the U. Department of the Treasury paid to have this special episode produced. When Betty, Bud and Kathy don't want to help sell U. Bonds, Jim teaches them a lesson by making them spend a day living under a tyrannical dictator-- him! "What You See Is What You Get: Soul Train and The Flip Wilson Show." In: Revolution televised : prime time and the struggle for Black power / Christine Acham. Minneapolis : University of Minnesota Press, c2004. Letter to the boss: Ralph, believing he has been fired, writes a nasty letter to the boss, but then finds out he has been promoted and with Northon's help, attempts to head off the letter, before his boss reads it. DVD X3364 First Series, 2001 The complete first season of a British television comedy set in a paper company located in a suburb of London. Weight loss; Business ethics; Baby shower; Crime aid; Employee transfer -- disc 2.
Brittany Ann Daniel (born March 17, 1976) is an American television and film actress.
She is the twin sister of former actress and photographer Cynthia Daniel.
After Sweet Valley High was canceled in 1997, Daniel continued acting in films and television series including a stint on Dawson's Creek in 1999 and a role in the TBS television movie On Hostile Ground the following year.