Socialite, privileged, Jane Dale and lawyer Bill Shevlin meet in an automobile accident at night, on a dirt road, in a storm, near a hick town which fleeces travelers through corrupt law enforcement.
Harry Musk is one in a million. That means that he's the one out of a million children who is perfectly proportioned but will never grow larger than a typical six-year-old. Adult, pint-sized Harry longs to be part of the big world.
You'll discover that it truly is a small world after all as you travel around the globe with this sensational animated collection. Follow a host of lovable Disney characters as they star in magical adventures from all across the world. Sit back and laugh as you enjoy these unforgettable stories, including the hilarious exploits of "The Flying Gauchito," from South America, and watch as a young boy learns to make the heavens shine in Japan's "Grievance Of A Starmaker." Join Mickey, Goofy, Pluto, and more of their friends from around the world in a wonderful collection of tales your whole family will adore!
The fun continues in Volume Two of this wonderful collection of Disney’s animated shorts. Join a host of memorable characters as they find mischief and fun in entertaining adventures from around the world. Sit back and laugh as you experience these unforgettable stories, including the hilarious exploits of Goofy in Greece's "The Olympic Champ," and Mickey and Minnie in Disney's acclaimed short "The Brave Little Tailor" from Great Britain. Your whole family will enjoy this fun-filled collection of magic tales from exciting lands!
An incredibly fun third volume of Walt Disney's finest! Timeless cartoons take Mickey Mouse around the globe and along for the ride are friends Pluto and Goofy. Includes The Legend of Johnny Appleseed (1948), Pueblo Pluto (1949), Tiger Trouble (1945), The Fox Hunt (1938), Alpine Climbers (1936) and Hello Aloha (1952). Animated. Color/56 min/NR/fullscreen.
Walt Disney was supreme at creating the kind of fun that the whole world could appreciate and this fourth volume featuring Mickey Mouse and other memorable Disney characters includes The Reluctant Dragon (1941), The Goddess of Spring (1934), The Little House (1952), For Whom The Bulls Toil (1953) and Polar Trappers (1938). Color/54 min/NR/fullscreen.
Conrad Lang, a handyman in a rich family - he has been raised like a brother with Thomas, who has the same age -, accidentally puts fire to the big holiday house he keeps. He returns to the town he grew up in, to the family home, where Philippe, Thomas's son, and Simone are getting married. Conrad's frequent memory loss and behavioural problems rapidly reveal a neurological disease (Alzheimer's is suggested by doctor Cohen when he examens Elvira) which leads Elvira, Thomas's stepmother, to install Conrad in a guesthouse on the property, with the help of a nurse. When Conrad looses more and more his landmarks in present and past, memories of his youth come back to surface. They intrigue Simone, since these memories do not entirely fit together with the official family history...
It all started with one of those small fights which happened so frequently between lovers. An angry Michelle walked out of the apartment where she lived with Franco in Hong Kong and threatened never to return. Franco knew Michelle must have gone to Paris, and it just took minutes for the Parisian romantic atmosphere to mellow her temper. Of course, he had to be there with flowers in his hands. But Franco was wrong this time.
A prominent doctor wants to commit a suicide. Two cops chose a wrong way while driving down the road. The suspected one believes that he'll never be caught. His pretty wife who works in a confectionery and she's able only to love. One boy will help them all, but he's not even born yet... Just an ordinary day.
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The compère of a seedy strip club struggles to keep one step ahead of the bookies to whom he owes money.
The fates of two suicidal New Yorkers cross paths.
Four strangers in a sultry Thai resort come together. Over 72 hours, they cross cultures, push boundaries, and find truths in themselves they never knew before.
Go out into the world, they say… see it for yourself! But in an age where any destination is in the palm of your hand- just a click away, what is left to truly explore? Level 1 examines the universal dialect of moving down snow on two feet through a lens of fresh perspective- documenting the outer niches of a sport pushed under the rug by the modern day ski zeitgeist. From the secret valleys of Switzerland, the ancient cities of Estonia, to the rowdy rope-tows of Minnesota- follow us around the globe as we capture skiing in its purest form. It’s a Small World, after all.
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It's a Small World was a short-lived TV travel series which aired on the DuMont Television Network from June 27 to July 27, 1953.
Small World is a 1988 British television miniseries based on David Lodge's novel Small World: An Academic Romance.
Small World was an animated anthology show, which aired on Cartoon Network in the 1990s, after another show aimed at preschoolers Big Bag. It featured several segments from animated TV programs from several countries.