Dramatic, moving and deeply human, ARMSTRONG offers the definitive life story of Neil Armstrong: from his childhood in Ohio to his first steps on the Moon, and beyond.
In 2009, Alex Gibney was hired to make a film about Lance Armstrong’s comeback to cycling. The project was shelved when the doping scandal erupted, and re-opened after Armstrong’s confession. The Armstrong Lie picks up in 2013 and presents a riveting, insider's view of the unraveling of one of the most extraordinary stories in the history of sports. As Lance Armstrong says himself, “I didn’t live a lot of lies, but I lived one big one.”
During her first night on the job, a rookie EMT and her partner pick up a wounded superhero and are pulled into his mission to save Los Angeles from a sinister organization.
The Cold War has just heated up! CIA Agent Bob Taylor (Charles Napier) arrives in Moscow with his new wife Susan (Kimberley Kates) with a highly secret video tape of Russian missiles leaving an unknown base near Moscow under the cover of darkness. Are these missiles destined to be aimed at the US or are they being smuggled to a terrorist organisation. The Americans need to know where these missiles are going, the only person who can help them discover their destination is Armstrong (Frank Zagarino) an ex buddy of Bob who now trains an elite Russian anti-terrorist squad under the command of Colonel Zukov (Richard Lynch). Zukov is from the old guard, corrupt, ruthless, and will stop at nothing to gain control.
Never-before-heard audio tapes recorded with Neil Armstrong during the final years of his life reveal an intimate portrait of this iconic - and famously private - man. Illustrated through previously unseen personal photographs and archival footage, this documentary special takes viewers on an emotional journey into the thoughts and experiences of the first man on the Moon.
A portrait of the man behind the greatest fraud in sporting history. Lance Armstrong enriched himself by cheating his fans, his sport and the truth. But the former friends whose lives and careers he destroyed would finally bring him down.
The official authorized, all access documentary about the life of notorious cosmic artist Jack Armstrong, whose paintings have sold for millions and whom Andy Warhol named 'The Last Wizard.'
It has been said that 10,000 years from now only one name will still be remembered, that of Neil Armstrong. But in the four decades since he first set foot on the moon, Armstrong has become increasingly reclusive. Andrew Smith, author of the best-selling book Moondust, journeys across America to try and discover the real Neil Armstrong. He tracks down the people who knew Armstrong, from his closest childhood friend to fellow astronauts and Houston technicians, and even the barber who sold his hair, in a wry and sideways look at the reluctant hero of the greatest event of the 20th century.
_Jazz Icons: Louis Armstrong_ is one of the only known complete Armstrong concerts from the 1950s to be captured on film. This 55-minute set, filmed in Belgium in 1959, features many of Satchmo's greatest songs including "Mack The Knife", "When It’s Sleepy Time Down South" and "Stompin' At The Savoy," backed by his stellar band the All-Stars, featuring Trummy Young, Peanuts Hucko, Billy Kyle, Danny Barcelona and Mort Herbert.
An action-adventure/buddy comedy colliding a drunk, delinquent immortal who has given up on saving the world and the idealistic young man who needs him for a globe-trotting quest to stop history's oldest conspiracy.
Jack Armstrong, the All-American Boy, battles the evil Dr. Grood, who has placed a death ray aboard his spaceship orbiting Earth.
Best known for his unique style on the jazz trumpet (and his famously inflated cheeks), Louis Armstrong became an enduring figure in pop culture thanks to his distinctively phrased bass singing and engaging personality. Produced by Armstrong in the 1960s, this special captures Satchmo in his element as he delivers a variety of his signature songs, including "Hello, Dolly," "When It's Sleepy Time Down South" and "C'est Si Bon."
Villains are rampaging through Charter City and the Flex Fighters -- Jake, Ricardo and Nathan -- need your help to halt the chaos.
A documentary featuring archive footage to celebrate the 100th birth of jazz legend Louis Armstrong.
Satchmo. Theer are few people in this country - or around the world - who will not recognize that name. Louis Armstrong embodied twentieth-century American culture. He revolutionized the world of music and became one of the nation's most influential entertainers. No other performer of his era has such a profound effect as a singer as well as an instrumentalist.
This collection of 1962 live performances features some of jazz music's greatest legends, including the Louis Armstrong All Stars, who blaze through numbers such as "When It's Sleepy Time Down South" and "Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen." Also featured are performances from the Bobby Hacket Sextet and the Eddie Condon All Stars.
After a decade performing in and recording with the top hot jazz bands of New Orleans, Chicago and New York, legendary trumpeter and vocalist Louis Armstrong moved to Los Angeles in 1930, and then toured Europe. Armstrong's work in this period remains a foundation stone in all of jazz history. These three numbers were filmed in Copenhagen, Denmark in 1934.
Four kids start their journey to the moon with the mission of finding a mysterious place called The Redland but the gates of Redland are being guarded by a mischievous snake.
Music & Musicals, Vocal Jazz, Jazz & Easy Listening, Classic Jazz, Jazz Greats - American jazz, for all intents and purposes, began with the innovative, legendary 1920s trumpet solos of Louis "Satchmo" Armstrong. (Even Armstrong's inimitable scat singing became much imitated.) Indeed, the genre owes "Satchmo" a huge and continuing debt. This video contains several of Armstrong's most well-known signature tunes, including "You Rascal You," "Just Because," "When It's Sleepy Time Down South" and others.
Armstrong Circle Theatre is an American anthology drama television series which ran from 1950 to 1957 on NBC, and then until 1963 on CBS. It alternated weekly with The U.S. Steel Hour.