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    Barney's Top 20 Countdown

    Barney's Top 20 Countdown

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    Released 2009
    It's time to sing and dance to Barney's top 20 countdown of your favorite songs! Along with Baby Bop and BJ, Barney shows you how to sing and count at the same time and how to move your feet to some great beats. So grab a friend and sing along to some of the best songs like "One, Two, Buckle My Shoe" and the classic "I Love You." It's a musical adventure of learning and fun that the whole family will enjoy.moreless
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    Four Hundred Million Culture: Anti-Japanese Propaganda, 1939

    Four Hundred Million Culture: Anti-Japanese Propaganda, 1939

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    Released 2010
    Experience the American Journey through our country's visual heritage in this historical recording provided by the National Archives of the United States. This historical film from the CIA Film Library shows the youth in China growing stronger in order to defeat Japan. This historical recording from the National Archives may contain variations in audio and video quality based on the limitations of the original source material. The content summary for this video is adapted from an historical description provided by the government agency or donor at the time of production release.moreless
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    The Wiggles: Whoo Hoo! Wiggly Gremlins!

    The Wiggles: Whoo Hoo! Wiggly Gremlins!

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    Released 2004
    The Wiggles: Whoo Hoo! Wiggly Gremlins! is a new chapter of the children's entertainment show The Wiggles, released in 2003. It is about the new adventure of The Wiggles, which is an Australian children's band: Two naughty gremlins deceive The Wiggles and take over their studio to broadcast their own TV show "Whoo Hoo! Wiggly Gremlins". They break down The Wiggle's car and thus, Jeff (Jeff Fatt), Murray (Murray Cook), Greg (Greg Page), and Anthony (Anthony Field) get stuck on the way and have to reach the studio pushing the car all the way. In the meanwhile, Captain Feathersword (Paul Paddick) is left in the studio with Henry the Octopus, Dorothy the Dinosaur and Wags the Dog, waiting for The Wiggles to arrive. Captain Feathersword struggles a lot being in charge of the studio and doing all the preparations, but he enjoys it at the same time because things are fun with The Wiggles. In the end, The Wiggles carries the day and it comes out to be one of those "wiggly" days in the Wiggles world, where there is a lot of adventure and fun.moreless
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    The Wiggles: Wiggly, Wiggly Christmas

    The Wiggles: Wiggly, Wiggly Christmas

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    Released 1997
    Santa may make you giggle, but here's a group guaranteed to make you wiggle! All the way from down under comes The Wiggles, the happiest band in the land, singing and dancing their way through their first-ever Christmas release. Join Murray, Jeff, Anthony, Greg and friends as they take you on a sleigh-riding Yuletide sing-along with new holiday tunes and old festive favorites. It's 40 minutes of your favorite Christmas music presented in a unique style that's enjoyable for all ages. So what are you waiting for? Have a Merry Christmas, and let the wiggling begin! Songs: 1. Have a Very Merry Christmas 2. Wiggly, Wiggly Christmas 3. Rudolf the Red-Nosed Reindeer 4. Here Comes Santa Claus 5. Go Santa Go 6. Ding Dong Merrily on High 7. Christmas Picnic 8. Unto Us, This Holy Night 9. Feliz Navidad 10. Jingle Bells 11. Christmas Picnic 12. Let's Clap Hands for Santa Claus 13. Henry's Christmas Dance 14. Jeff's Christmas Tune 15. It's a Christmas Party on the Goodship Feathersword 16. Away in a Manger 17. Wags is Bouncing Around the Christmas Tree 18. Silent Night 19. We Wish You a Merry Christmasmoreless
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    The Wiggles: Racing to the Rainbow

    The Wiggles: Racing to the Rainbow

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    Released 2007
    The Wiggles: Racing to the Rainbow is a 2007 children's film from the Wiggles video series, directed by Paul Field. In this movie, The Wiggles (Greg Page, Jeff Fatt, Anthony Field, Murray Cook II) and Captain Feathersword (Paul Paddick) have a race to see what is at the end of the rainbow. The Wiggles take the big, red car and go by road. Captain Feathersword and his crew go by sea, and the Mascots go by hot-air balloon so they can watch all the action. They get to meet Magdalena the Mermaid (Larissa Wright), the King of the Road (Kamahl Mayilvaganam) and the Queen of the Rainbow (Georgie Parker) during their adventures. Viewers get to see footage of birds, flowers, and landscape scenery along with colorful costumes, cute skits, music and dancing. Many of the songs have simple hand and body movements that little ones can mimic easily. You will hear Blow Up Your Balloon (Huff and Huff and Puff), The Wheels on the Bus, Baa, Baa Black Sheep, Row, Row, Row Your Boat, Five Little Ducks, Music Box Dancer, Go to Sleep Jeff (Brahms's Lullaby), Everybody Dance and many more.moreless
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    ITV Changed My Life

    ITV Changed My Life

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    Released 2015
    ITV celebrates 60 years on air with this special documentary looking at the lives it has affected over the years, including the first couple from Blind Date to marry, the longest serving extras on Coronation Street and a student who became an airline pilot thanks to The Krypton Factor.moreless
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    The Wiggles: Live Hot Potatoes!

    The Wiggles: Live Hot Potatoes!

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    Released 2005
    The Wiggles: Live Hot Potatoes! features all of your favorite songs live! SONGS: Hot Potato * The Monkey Dance * Fruit Salad * Where's Jeff? * Rock-A-Bye Your Bear * Can You (Point Your Fingers And Do The Twist?) * Toot Toot, Chugga Chugga, Big Red Car * Hoop Dee Doo * Lights, Camera, Action, Wiggles! * Play Your Guitar With Murray * Captain Feathersword Fell Alsleep On His Pirate Ship (Quack Quack) * D.O.R.O.T.H.Y. (My Favorite Dinosaur) * Rolling Down The Sandhills * Running Up The Sandhills * Butterflies Flit * We're Dancing With Wags The Dog * Central Park New York * Here Comes The Reindeer * Eagle Rock * I Wave My Arms And Swing My Baton * Wiggly Christmas Medleymoreless
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    Identity Theft: The Michelle Brown Story

    Identity Theft: The Michelle Brown Story

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    Released 2004
    Havoc ensues when Michelle Brown's identity is stolen. Based on a true story, this Lifetime TV movie is a shocking story about what can happen when your personal information falls into the wrong hands.moreless
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    18 In '08

    18 In '08

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    Released 2008
    18 in '08 is a documentary created to target the nation's young voters during the 2008 presidential campaign. Many voters age 17 to 24 were getting ready to vote for the first time. The film served as a call to young voters to transform the traditional under-representation of young people in the elections and become more involved in the political process. Filmmaker David D. Burstein recognized that the voting power of 29 million young Americans could be harnessed and have a significant impact on Washington. The documentary highlights what was at stake for the age group during the election, how the decisions in Washington would affect the young voters for years to come, the issues and ideas that engaged the group, the candidates who insired young people and the role of new media. The documentary includes interviews with the most influential politicians, figures from popular culture, political activists, media commentators, student leaders and young people.moreless
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    Bright College Years - 'sixties Legacy

    Bright College Years - 'sixties Legacy" Series

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    Released 1972
    Feature length documentary on the student revolution in this "Sixties Legacy" series.  Joseph E. Levine, Avco-Embassy Motion Pictures.
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    Brotherhood: Life In The FDNY

    Brotherhood: Life In The FDNY

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    Released 2004
    Brotherhood: Life In The FDNY is a 2005 documentary that takes viewers into the exclusive community of New York City firefighters, revealing the tight-knit camaraderie fueled by a complex balance of love and bravado that exists within the busy firehouses of New York, where these men risk their lives every day they go to work. This illuminating film follows three separate teams of firefighters in three of New York City's most flammable boroughs. In Brooklyn, the film focuses on Squad 252. In Manhattan, it follows Rescue 1, and in Queens, it focuses on Rescue 4. Each group has developed its own unique characteristics and personality as a result of its location and the characters who work there, but they all have one big thing in common'these men consider themselves a family, and they are all at the ready to put their lives on the line for the safety of their brothers. Brotherhood: Life In The FDNY is a revealing film that sheds light on the little-known world of New York City firefighters.moreless
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    Orca Guardians

    Orca Guardians

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    Released 2007
    Amidst the San Juan Islands - an archipelago of more than 170 islands in upper Puget Sound - live several pods of orcas known collectively as the Southern Residents. Though the species is often referred to as "killer whales," this group of orcas eats fish, not marine animals. Scientists Kenneth Balcomb and Paul Spong are recording the movements of these incredible creatures, with the hopes that their findings will help protect future generations.moreless
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    Jerusalem: Within These Walls

    Jerusalem: Within These Walls

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    Released 2008
    Jerusalem's Old City is a tiny enclave where some of history's greatest dramas have been enacted. Busy and colorful, it is the fountainhead of three major religions, the site of many of the world's most venerated shrines, and home to 26,000 people of profoundly different cultures who live side by side in a fragile peace. Jerusalem: Within These Walls offers a kaleidoscopic view of the city and its people as they are today-the remarkable outcome of 3,000 years of history, hope, and faith.moreless
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    Jewels of the Caribbean Sea

    Jewels of the Caribbean Sea

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    Released 2008
    Tour the depths of the Caribbean Sea. In waters famed for hidden treasures, another kind of wealth lies in abundance. Witness an array of brightly colored, exotic creatures.
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    Rita Marley's Town

    Rita Marley's Town

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    Released 2008
    All over the world, the Marley name has become synonymous with reggae music, rastafari, and Jamaica. Now Rita Marley is putting into reality the ideals of love, hope, and unity that she and her late husband Bob Marley have been singing about for decades. Her foundation is working in Ghana to strengthen the community of Konkonuru with a brand-new medical clinic, improvements to its school, and other projects.moreless
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    In Search of the Jaguar

    In Search of the Jaguar

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    Released 0
    In the face of his own threatening illness, the jaguars' greatest protector is battling time and adversity to save these endangered cats. Venture deep into the wilds of Brazil, Belize, and Panama with biologist Alan Rabinowitz as he pursues these elusive predators-and fights to protect even more jaguar habitat than he already has. Narrated by actress Glenn Close.moreless
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    Ruan

    Ruan

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    Released 2008
    The ruan is a Chinese musical instrument with a long history stretching back 2,000 years. The name comes from musician Ruan Xian, one of the legendary Seven Sages of the Bamboo Grove. It is similar to a banjo, with a fretted neck, circular body, and four strings, which up until the 20th century were made of silk.moreless
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    Secret Life of Cats

    Secret Life of Cats

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    Released 1999
    Secret Life of Cats is a documentary film produced by the National Geographic gives an in-depth look into one of the most beloved family pets humans have ever come across. From the species humble beginnings as worshipped sacred animals of the Egyptian goddess Bast to the unfortunate attachment to the witches in the Salem trials, cats have frequently been noted for not only their beauty and swiftness but also their deadly hunting skills that even their house pet status has not destroyed in over 9,000 years. Sailors and farmers had used cats to keep rodents away from their livelihoods on ships and farms alike. What is it exactly about the cuddly furred creatures that push people to go to some great lengths to keep the affections of their feline companions? Despite their domestication, house cats retain their natural predatory instincts, even thrusting some species into near extinction as feral cats have even adapted to survive on endangered species in the Australian outback. The Secret Life of Cats shows you just what your pet does when left to its own devices.moreless
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    Shadows in Paradise

    Shadows in Paradise

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    Released 2009
    By 1939, 30,000 intellectuals and radicals were exiled from Europe, 80% were Jewish. These dramatic events sent many of the greatest minds of the 20th century into exile in the United States. The manna of creative intensity that hovered over Berlin in the 20's, - in music, art, theater and film –that glow of aesthetic productivity was extinguished. In some ways, Los Angeles in the 30's and early 40's may be seen as its afterglow...when scores of émigrés, fleeing the upsurge of European fascism, briefly transformed Southern California into one of the capitals of world culture, and profoundly altered the horizons of American music, literature, and the arts.moreless
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    Lions of Darkness

    Lions of Darkness

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    Released 1987
    Lions of Darkness is a National Geographic video from Snag Films featuring the dramatic life of lions on the plains of Africa. Renowned wildlife filmmakers Dereck and Beverly Joubert share their awesome night photography showing lions in action as they hunt and feed on the plains of Botswana. The real story begins when three outsiders, all young and aggressive, invade the pride's territory and overpower its old leader. This begins a new era for the pride. After the new leaders take over, eight lionesses become pregnant and give birth. You will see their young feeding, playing, and even training for survival. This film is not for the faint-hearted, danger lurks everywhere. However, when one orphaned cub endures unimaginable hardships, an incredible story of one little cub's struggle to survive in a harsh world is both awe-inspiring and heart wrenching. This film is unrated with a running time of one hour and forty minutes.moreless
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