What could be more English than a film about King George VI leading Britain into the Second World War, directed by a Londoner educated at Westminster School and Oxford University?
Wins and key noms from critics groups and guilds
“ER,” “Friends,” “Homicide,” “Law and Order”: 1995 was truly the year to be on NBC.
It's the promo that became the calling card of a generation. “I Want My MTV!” (Of course, that continues to be the calling card for Gen Xers nostalgic for the MTV of their youth.) And here's a later…
Some promos from early HBO, as well as a cool animated sign-off message (from the age before HBO went to a 24-hour schedule):
I'm not sure what bothers me more about this TGIF promo… the use of C+C Music Factory's cheesy “Things That Make You Go Hmm,” or the very idea of an animated Rosie O'Donnell special:
Ring in the New Year with Dick Clark and special guests The Bangles, Smokey Robinson, The Commodores, and Miami Sound Machine.
We interrupt our “Happy Promo New Year” feature to count down to 1982 with Dick Clark. Happy New Year!
The Oprah Winfrey Network premieres on New Year's Day, and frankly, it may never get any better than this. Tons of publicity. Oodles of interest. Stories all over the place. Now they actually have to…
Apparently someone at ABC loved Randy Newman's “I Love L.A.” so much that they turned it into “ABC, You'll Love It” for fall 1985:
Domestic Box Office
|Rank||Movie Title||Cume B.O.|
Guardians of the Galaxy
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Distributor: Paramount Pictures
If I Stay
Distributor: Warner Brothers / New Line
Let's Be Cops
When the Game Stands Tall
Distributor: Sony / TriStar
America's Got Talent
Modern Family, -r
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