Take-off on the "Duffy's Tavern" radio program, with tough-guy Eddie G. Robincat demanding a meal of mouse knuckles, "of which we ain't got none," waiter Filligan informs his absentee boss on the phone. To fill the plate, Filligan then tries to catch the blabbermouth mouse, Sniffles.
The film is set in the early 18th Century and involves smugglers and preventative officers. The on-shore leaders of the smugglers are a rascally lawyer and his wife who organise regular 'runs' of contraband. Richard Merivale, a wealthy young boy, whose parents are believed to have been lost at sea comes to live with them. By his efforts and with help of local children who endure many exciting adventures, the gang are brought to justice and Richard is reunited with the father.
Two young boys, play hooky from school in order to explore an ultramodern world's fair. They take in the many marvelous scientific and industrial exhibits, obtain literature, eat food, and generally run amok.
An out-of-this-world comedy cast stars in this spaced-out futuristic family comedy. Welcome to Betaville, the world’s most exclusive summer camp, where the world’s leaders send their children. They are the sons and daughters of presidents and kings, with supervisors to care for them and an army to protect them. Meanwhile, in outer space, Planet Z is threatened by the evil forces of Planet 38. Planet Z’s president XM (Tim Kazurinsky) launches a secret plan to trick Planet 38 into attacking Earth instead. A peace-loving emissary from Planet Z recruits the children of Betaville to warn the President (John Astin) about XM’s secret plan.
Meet tough-as-nails Marine "Colonel" Bill Henderson, and P-51 Mustang flyboy Bill Brown. Now in their eighties, these ancient warriors return to the black sands of Iwo Jima to disciple a new generation in the art of Christian manhood. Joining these men are sons whose fathers never returned — the Isacks brothers and "Johnny Boy" Butler — all heirs to a treasure trove of fatherly wisdom penned from the battlefield.
The Happiest Baby DVD is the most watched parenting DVD in history! You’ll be able to soothe most of your baby’s cries in seconds…plus add 1-3 hours to your tot’s sleep! Like learning to tie shoelaces, parents master these fun tips best by watching.
Nine-year old Lannie is unmotivated and struggling at school because of a racist teacher. Reminded of his own intellectual and political challenges, Einstein steps into 1950 to spark a love of learning in Lannie.
This half-hour family special is a delightful combination of animated adaptations of classic holiday songs - performed by top stars ranging from Frank Sinatra to Macy Gray - plus live-action shots. The animated segments feature classic and all-new recordings of well-known holiday songs and are visually conceived through the skills of several top animators of a group of adorable 4 to 8-year old children, as well as by short live-action pieces that celebrate the holiday spirit of giving, sharing, and loving.
Mommy & Me helps you create a "playgroup": An interactive, together-time experience in your own home with favorite children's songs, with fun to sing on-screen lyrics, easy to follow movements, animation, advice from child development expert Dr Cindy, and Q & A with Dr Cindy. Promotes language and listening skills, develops physical coordination, enhances self-esteem, encourages imagination, and builds the parent child bond. For children aged 6 months to 5 years old. Color, not rated, 2.0 Stereo English/Espanol, captions in English, subtitles in Espanol, full frame 1.33:1, running time 32 minutes.