Hobos encounter a sadistic railway conductor that will not let anyone "ride the rails" for free.
A documentary film crew follows the first carbon neutral, organic, vegetarian expedition ever to attempt the North Pole. Simultaneously Saving the Planet and getting into the Guinness Book of Records Brian and Mark hope to kill two birds with one stone. Unfortunately, they have never done anything like this before.
An upper class drawing room. A gentleman breaks the curtain pole and goes in search of a replacement, but he stops into a pub first. He buys a very long pole, and causes havoc everywhere he passes, accumulating an ever-growing entourage chasing him, until he escapes them through a bit of movie magic, only to discover that the pole has already been replaced.
King of the slack wire. His daring feats of balancing as he performs his thrilling feats in midair show that he is perfectly at home.
A science fantasy film that deals with an extraordinary race to the north pole by rival parties of balloonists. Based on the novel "The Adventures of Captain Hatteras" by Jules Verne.
Bubbles and the other boys get a letter from a TPB fan club president in Minneapolis, Minnesota to do a live show at the State Theatre for Christmas. Ricky goes along with it to make nice with Santa Jesus God after a rough-up the previous year, while Julian brings along Randy to sell 60/40 raffle tickets and make some money. Mr. Lahey sneaks along to spoil the boys' fun. A Netflix original production.
On his travels, Paul, a journeyman from northern Germany, runs into a childhood friend, Lisei, a puppeteer's daughter. They fall in love and get married. Together with Lisei's father, the young couple moves to Paul's hometown. Although Paul himself is accepted - even respected - by the stuck-up and snooty citizens, the young woman is rejected by the town dwellers, who are imbued with class arrogance. Paul stands up for his wife but the scorn and abuse heaped on her weigh heavily upon him.
A group of friends buys a house in Wayne, West Virginia with the intention of flipping it to make money. The problem with this particular house is its unforgiving need for blood.
Who does not remember POLE POSITION, one of the very first racing car video games? With a Formula 1 in hands, the driver had to try and avoid other vehicles and travel as many kilometres as possible on a sinuous road. Moreover, to add to the challenge, from time to time, the road would become narrower so as to become a bridge, or a night mode would diminish visibility... Well, the biggest ever race of POLE POSITION has in fact taken place on February 11th 2007, during the festival "The Game is up!" in the Vooruit (Ghent, Belgium):
With Byrd at the South Pole (1930) is a documentary film about Rear Admiral Richard E. Byrd and his 1st quest to the South Pole beginning at the Little America-Exploration Base. The film's soundtrack consists mostly of music and sound effects, with narration read by Floyd Gibbons. The film won at the 3rd Academy Awards for Best Cinematography.
Chilly helps protect his polar bear friend from an Eskimo who wants to hunt him.
North Pole, NY is a documentary about Santa's Workshop, one of the very first theme parks in the U.S. Battling against a changing economy, the digital world, and a con-man who tries to steal Christmas, the dreamers in one small town vow to keep the park open and the magic of Christmas alive all year.
Dusty and Treasure win a vacation package to the North Pole - now a tourist destination built up as a Vegas-Style village. They enjoy a complimentary suite in the famed Ice Cave Hotel. The orange-toothed couple are even treated to a free musical extravaganza hosted by Santa Claus (played by Al Scramuzza). Is this free dream vacation too good to be true? Dusty and Treasure discover the real reason they were called out to Santa's winter wonderland. A nasty but musically inclined Virus (voice of Sherriff Harry Lee) has been destroying all the toys in Santa's workshop. Do Dusty and Treasure unknowingly have the antidote to destroy the virus and keep Santa's annual Christmas Eve trip out of peril?
Documentary released by Gaumont in 1912.
It is during the final months of 1999 that 46-year-old physician Jerri Nielsen (Susan Sarandon) finds herself stranded at the Amundsen-South Pole Research Station along with a tiny staff of researchers and technicians. Although, at first, there is little love lost between the somewhat aloof Nielsen and her more down-to-earth colleagues, a strong bond develops among them as the extreme Antarctic winter progresses. Nielsen, in particular, grows quite close to two of the "Polies": Big John Penny (Aidan Devine) and Claire Furinski (Cynthia Mace).
Documentary about a Pole expedition.
Michael Palin's journey takes him from the North Pole to the South Pole, in as direct a route as possible.
Pole Position is an animated cartoon series produced by DIC Entertainment. The name Pole Position was used under license from Namco, who held the rights to the name due to the video game Pole Position. The show sought to capitalize on the popularity of the video game. However, there is very little in common between the game and the show.
Polé Chudes is a Russian adaptation of the U.S. game show Wheel of Fortune produced by VID, and hosted by Leonid Yakubovich and Rimma Agafoshina.
Three North Oakland natives fight, dream, and plot hilarious schemes to remain rooted as their changing neighborhood becomes a hostile environment.
The day and the life of six popular Atlanta strippers trying desperately to start businesses off the pole.
Series following the reconstruction of British explorer Robert Falcon Scott's epic, but ill-fated, trek to the South Pole in 1911
Inch High, Private Eye is a 1973 Saturday morning cartoon produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions. The show originally ran from September 8, 1973, to August 31, 1974, on NBC Saturday morning for 13 episodes. Since the 1980s it has enjoyed resurgence on cable television, in repeats on USA Cartoon Express, Cartoon Network and Boomerang.
Documentary narrated by Kenneth Branagh consisting of colourised footage from World War I.
Geronimo is a 1993 TNT television movie starring Joseph Runningfox in the title role. First Nations actor Jimmy Herman appeared in this motion picture as the Old Geronimo. It also features Apache/Mexican actor Adan Sanchez who was later on the PBS series Wishbone. It debuted on television five days before the theatrical release of Geronimo: An American Legend. It was shot in Tucson, Arizona.
When starving mobs begin rioting in the streets of Moscow, Soviet leaders believe they have no recourse but to seize the Alaskan pipeline to force the United States to end the grain embargo that has brought turmoil to the U.S.S.R.