George Benson - Give me the night 2000

Recorded at the Waterfront Hall, Belfast 2000. Featuring Joe Sample, The BBC Big Band & Members of the Ulster Orchestra Tracks: 1. All Of Me 2. I Only Have Eyes For You 3. Beyond The Sea 4. Deeper Than You Think 5. Hipping The Hop 6. Lately 7. The Ghetto 8. In Your Eyes 9. Moodys Mood 10. Danny Boy 11. This Masquerade 12. Breezin 13. Love x Love 14. Turn Your Love Around 15. Never Give Up On A Good Thing 16. Give Me The Night 17. On Broadway

Eugene Onegin 1959

Eugene Onegin, a jaded young dandy from the big city of St. Petersburg, travels to the country to ingratiate himself into the affection of a dying uncle. There he meets the idealistic and romantic poet Vladimir Lensky, who introduces him to the daughters of a local landowner.

The Singing Escort 1969

The sex appeal factor shoots skyhigh here with Ting playing Susan, a young woman hiding from her father by being a nightclub singer in Japan. Pop singer Chao Ke-jen (the handsome Lin Chong) gets permission from his boss to visit Japan – but only on condition he finds the boss’s daughter. Boy finds girl, boy falls in love. But will Daddy approve?

Céline Dion - The Colour of My Love Concert 1998

Filmed in Quebec in 1995, this concert souvenir captures Celine Dion as she turned the corner from pop contender to platinum princess. Long a star in Canada, and a major draw throughout the Francophone world, the Québecois vocalist was still a relatively new, if increasingly successful, commodity stateside. A clutch of single hits, augmented by two big soundtrack themes, hadn't entirely erased the suspicion that Dion's career was being bolted together on an assembly line not far from Mariah Carey's--apart from frequent overlaps in production support, both singers relied on similar mixtures of sweeping ballads and crisp, uptempo dance workouts, and both were notorious for their vocal gymnastics.

Soho Conspiracy 1950

The plans of a publicity agent to put on a charity concert are nearly wrecked by a lawyer who wants to take over a restaurant, but the situation is saved by local co-operation.

Roseland 1930

A pretty dance hall girl is looking for the right guy.

Simply Red - Live In London 2000

Singer Mick Hucknell leads his band through nearly 30 hits from their back catalogue of smooth soul, in the comparatively intimate surroundings of the Lyceum Theatre, London. Filmed in September 1998, Simply Red's core members are joined by a blistering horn section, and mix old favourites like 'Holding Back the Years' and 'Stars' with material from their latest album.

The Land Where the Ganges Flows 1960

Raju informs the police about a group of bandits, even though he is in love with the chief's daughter. The police set out to kill the clan and it is upto him to save the bandits and his love.

Here Comes the Sun 1945

When a wealthy newspaper proprietor passes away, his crooked business partner moves to secure the deceased's fortune by substituting a false will. But 'Corona' Flanagan is onto the fraudster, and his efforts to unmask the villain see him popping in and out of jail – which isn't all that bad, since the governor is an old friend of his – and dressing up as a Russian countess...

Romantic and Crazy 1934

Studio P.C.L. was specifically founded to make sound films, and this early musical balances the aesthetics of the sound film with those of the stage revue. The king of Tokyo’s revue stage, comedian Ken’ichi Enomoto (Enoken) had made his name in the capital’s theatrical district of Asakusa. The film employed not only the star, but his entire theatrical troupe, and the narrative was structured around scenes which Enoken had played successfully on stage. Billed as offering 'Japan’s number one comedy actor and Japan’s number one musical comedy,' the film self-consciously borrowed from Hollywood musical comedy; indeed, the original posters carried spoof endorsements by Eddie Cantor and the Marx Brothers! Director Kajiro Yamamoto, making his P.C.L. debut, would become a stalwart of the company and its successor, Toho. He was to have a profound influence on Japanese film history as mentor to Akira Kurosawa, who assisted him on a number of films including Horse (Uma, 1941).

Capriccio 1938

Lilian Harvey plays a young heiress in long-ago France named Madelon who is raised by her grandfather as a boy in order to frighten away fortune hunters. But when the old man dies, her guardian Cesaire wants to marry her off to the rich prefect Barberousse. She is tricked by Cesaire with the portrait of a young man (Viktor von Staal) which is presented to her as that of her future husband. But when Madelone discovers this scheme she flees, again in men's clothing. But on her route to escape, she meets the young man from the portrait and falls in love with him. But Madelone can't give up her disguise right now...

Honeymoon Hotel 1934

After introducing the small town Bugtown, inhabitated by bugs, this short shows what happens to two honeymooning lovebugs at the Honeymoon Hotel in town, due to the fact, that their love is a little bit to hot.

Gone to the Dogs 1939

George is a disaster-prone zoo attendant who accidentally discovers a substance that accelerates motion, enabling his greyhound to run faster. This attracts the interest of a gang of criminals, who kidnap George's dog and plan to substitute their own in an important dog race. George and his friends defeat the crooks and their dog wins the race.