New York fashion designer, Melanie Carmichael suddenly finds herself engaged to the city's most eligible bachelor. But her past holds many secrets—including Jake, the redneck husband she married in high school, who refuses to divorce her. Bound and determined to end their contentious relationship once and for all, Melanie sneaks back home to Alabama to confront her past.
After the unexpected death of his survivalist father, an eleven year old boy raised in the Alabama wilderness must learn how to make a home in the modern world.
An abused wife heads to California to become a movie star while her nephew back in Alabama has to deal with a racially-motivated murder involving a corrupt sheriff.
Polish film directed by Ryszard Rydzewski.
In search of a simpler life, a young couple returns home to Alabama where they set out to eat the way their grandparents did – locally and seasonally. But as they navigate the agro-industrial gastronomical complex, they soon realize that nearly everything about the food system has changed since farmers once populated their family histories. A thoughtful and often funny essay on community, the South and sustainability, “Eating Alabama” is a story about why food matters.
Ty Hargrove wants to be a champion dirt track racer, but that takes money and support, two things he's short on.
Takes place in space with a crew of space-farer's who might are not too bright.
Alabama Jones, Oklahoma Jones, and California Jones are three sexy adventurers who hunt ancient treasures for a museum curator. They manage to defeat the floating flaming skulls that had killed previous treasure hunters and take the idol of Punani. Their next assignment is to find a drunken tracker named "Jungle Bill" and convince him to lead them to the Golden Mango of Tantu. During their quest they encounter sexy jungle goddesses, gorillas, natives, a hunky jungle man, a giant scorpion, lost aviator Amelia Airhead, and others while pausing frequently to enjoy erotic delights.
Explore the legal roller-coaster ride of LGBTQ family rights in the South over the last decade with an intimate view into the lives of three lesbian families in Alabama as they set precedents and fight the courts for their children during the time that federal marriage equality comes to a head.
When Nazis, sasquatches and a family of psychotic cannibal hillbillies threaten to ruin a hillbilly family reunion all hell breaks loose in Grass County.
A soldier on a weekend pass, with Kodachrome in his camera, takes a leisurely walk on both sides of the tracks. Piano by Earl Hines.
Recorded live on October 10th 1998 at the Las Vegas Hilton. Alabama performed all 41 of their number one hits including Tennessee River, Mountain Music and Love In The First Degree.
Man Under Suspicion (German: Morgen in Alabama) is a 1984 West German film directed by Norbert Kückelmann.
"The film starts with a shot of a cassette recorder, and it has a juke box in it. There’s always music in it. When I was asked by some critics at a festival press conference what the film was all about, I said 'it’s about the song All Along The Watchtower, and the film is about what happens and what changes depending on whether the song is sung by Bob Dylan or by Jimi Hendrix.'" Well, both versions of the song appear in the film, and everybody thought I was pretty arrogant to explain the story this way. But the film really is about the difference between the Dylan version of All Along the Watchtower, and the Jimi Hendrix Version. One is at the beginning and one is at the end." – Wim Wenders
Tracklisting: 01 We Aren't Much Different 02 What's Your Name 03 Voodoo Lake 04 That Smell 05 Bring It On 06 Simple Man 07 Sweet Home Alabama 08 Travellin' Man 09 Freebird 10 All Along The Dusty Road (Trouble Boys)
This installment of the Crimson Classics series replays the memorable 1999 matchup between the University of Alabama and the University of Florida via nostalgic game footage and photographs and in-depth interviews with key players and coaches. It's victory in "the Swamp" for the Crimson Tide as they roll over the heavily favored Gators -- and their 31-game winning streak -- to score an impressive win for the record books.
Join superstar band Alabama in a once in a lifetime concert event, recorded at the historic Ryman Auditorium, featuring on stage collaborations with country's biggest stars: Luke Bryan, Jason Aldean, Trisha Yearwood, Florida Georgia Line, Jamey Johnson and the Eli Young Band. Experience timeless tunes 'Tennessee River', 'Love In The First Degree', 'I'm In A Hurry (And Don't Know Why)', 'My Home's In Alabama', and more.
How a group of rebel rock bands including the Allman Brothers and Lynyrd Skynyrd rose up from one of the most marginalised parts of the USA - the Deep South - to conquer the world.
For two years, filmmaker Jennifer Crandall crisscrossed Alabama, inviting people to look into a camera and share a part of themselves through the words of Walt Whitman's poem “Song of Myself.” A documentary in 52 parts - each representing one of the 52 verses penned by Whitman in 1855.
Hal Lashwood's Alabama Jubilee was an Australian television variety series which aired from 1958 to 1961 on ABC. It was essentially a minstrel show, with some of the performers appearing in blackface makeup. In 1960, it was retitled Hal Lashwood's Minstrels. It aired fortnightly, alternating with Cafe Continental, a variety series featuring acts of diverse ethnic backgrounds.
Driven by faith, family and American tradition, three young cowboys - Bubba Thompson, Cody Harris, and Chris "Booger" Brown - work hard to build their cattle business in South Alabama and live according to an old-fashioned cowboy code.
New Yorker Zoe Hart has it all figured out - after graduating top of her class from medical school, she'll follow in her father's footsteps and become a cardio-thoracic surgeon. But when her dreams fall apart, Zoe decides to work at a small practice in Bluebell, Alabama.
The Miracle Worker is a 1979 television remake of the 1962 film with the same name. It is based on the life of Helen Keller and Annie Sullivan's struggles to teach her. The 1979 film starred The Patty Duke Show actress Patty Duke as Annie Sullivan and also starred Little House on the Prairie actress Melissa Gilbert as Helen Keller. It produced a TV sequel, Helen Keller: The Miracle Continues in 1984.