You can talk about the Beatles and Ed Sullivan, but most American music fans can trace their love affair with the big beat in a direct line to Dick Clark and American Bandstand, which spent 32 years…
Narrator: Jon Granik.
Band: Clifford Cater, Don Grolnick, Jimmy Johnson, Michael Landau, Carlos Vega; Singers: Valerie Carter, David Lasley, Kate Markowitz, Arnold McCuller.
Director, Donna Deitch. Writer, Michele Gallery. Photography, Tobias Schliessier; editor, Harvey Rosenstock. 120 min.
Host: David Maybury-Lewis.
Elizabeth Montgomery, looking svelte and youthful, returns to TV films with a based-on-fact number in which she plays realtor-eatery owner Gayle Wolfer, but it's a humdrum affair written by Daniel…
Adapted from a Ross Macdonald novel, "Criminal Behavior" is a breezy whodunit , as well as a terrific vehicle for Farrah Fawcett. The convoluted plot is rather formulaic, but it contains enough…
Host: Lt. John Bunnell.
Just in time for Mother's Day, this CBS special is a lighthearted look at how mothers have been portrayed on television and--more important--plays to audiences' recent craze for vintage TV.
"A Dream on Fire" accomplishes its purpose on numerous fronts: It is educational and, at the same time, compelling for children and adults as the tough but comforting Ellerbee leads a group of 10…
Good sci-fier feature headlined by Jeff Daniels, asks a lot but also gives plenty. Director David N. Twohy's imaginative concept about time travelers and smalltown interrelationships offers surefire…