ECW Barely Legal 1997 1997

Barely Legal was the first professional wrestling PPV event held by Extreme Championship Wrestling (ECW). It took place on April 13, 1997, at the ECW Arena in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The main event was a single's match for the ECW World Heavyweight Championship witch Raven defending against the winner of a Three Way dance (triple threat match) between The Sandman, Terry Funk, and Stevie Richards. Other matches includes Sabu vs Taz, Shance Douglas defending the ECW World Television Championship against Pitbull #2, a six-man tag team match featuring The Great Sasuka, Gran Hamada, & Masato Yakushiji vs bWo Japan (Taka Michinoku, Terry Boy, & Dick Togo), Rob Van Dam vs Lance Storm, and The Eliminators (John Kronus & Perry Saturn) vs The Dudley Boyz.

The Outhouse The Film 1985-1997 2017

In the mid-1980s outside this college town, home of the Kansas Jayhawks, punk rock history was being made in the middle of a cornfield. Where the pavement turned to gravel, in a small, primitive cinder block building, bands like Fugazi, the Melvins, Rollins Band, Gwar, the Circle Jerks, Body Count, Social Distortion, Bad Brains, White Zombie, Descendents, Sonic Youth, Green Day, Fishbone, the Meat Puppets, Helmet, and Nirvana played to all-ages crowds, a raucous scene of misfits and anarchists on the margins of youth culture. This was The Outhouse. Small, dark and sometimes dangerous, it quickly gained a reputation as a haven for the bands other venues were afraid of, and the kids who loved them.

Kiss [1997] Toledo 1997

Kiss live Toledo, OH at John F.Savage Hall. April 12, 1997 (The Lost cities tour)

1997: The Birth of the Camera Phone 2017

On June 11th, 1997, Philippe Kahn created the first camera phone solution to share pictures instantly on public networks. The impetus for this invention was the birth of Kahn's daughter, when he jerry-rigged a mobile phone with a digital camera and sent photos in real time. In 2016 Time Magazine included Kahn's first camera phone photo in their list of the 100 most influential photos of all time.

Armin van Buuren: The music videos 1997 - 2009 2010

In March 2009, the music video for Armin van Buuren's collaboration with Sharon den Adel, 'In & Out Of Love' received the Award for 'Best Music Video' at the International Dance Music Awards in Miami. A big feat in Armin van Buuren's impressive career. What made this extra special, was the amount of views the track received on YouTube. With more than 33 million views, 'In & Out Of Love' is the most viewed video all time on the Dutch YouTube, in all categories. But the rest of this number one DJ's catalogue of music videos is at least as impressive as this mega-hit. With almost 15 years of music involvement and an ever-growing passion for music that's been there from childhood, Armin van Buuren built himself a solid discography. 'Blue Fear', 'Shivers', 'Yet Another Day', 'Serenity', 'Sail' and 'Never Say Never', to name a few.

Babymetal Live: Legend 1999 & 1997 Apocalypse 2014

Babymetal Live: Legend 1999 & 1997 Apocalypse is the second live video release by Babymetal. It contains two concerts consisting of "Legend "1999" Yuimetal & Moametal Seitansai" held at NHK Hall on June 30th 2013 and "Legend "1997" Su-metal Seitansai" held at Makuhari Messe Event Hall on December 21st 2013.

1943-1997 1997

A child escapes the Nazi raids in the ghetto of Rome. He finds refuge in a cinema.

1997 MLB World Series: Florida Marlins vs. Cleveland Indians 1998

The five-year-old Florida Marlins combined the wily leadership and manager Jim Leyland with a team built through shrewd draft picks, trades, and talented free agents. They won the National League wild card--then became the first wild card team to reach the World Series by sweeping the Giants and shocking the Braves. The Cleveland Indians were a far different team than the one that battled in the 1995 World Series. This year, nobody expected them to beat the Yankees or the Orioles--but somehow they did. And so, these two underdog warriors slugged it out in the heat and snow of the World Series until they reached that quintessential moment--Game Seven. Even then, it went on--into the 11th inning--the second longest Game Seven in history--before Edgar Renteria sent all of Florida into a state of delirious celebration.

The Postman 1997

In 2013 there are no highways, no I-ways, no dreams of a better tomorrow, only scattered survivors across what was once the Unites States. Into this apocalyptic wasteland comes an enigmatic drifter with a mule, a knack for Shakespeare and something yet undiscovered: the power to inspire hope.

WCW NWO Souled Out 1997 1997

Souled Out 1997, and also known as nWo Souled Out, took place on January 25, 1997 from the Five Seasons Center in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. This was an nWo sponsored PPV, all of the matches were nWo versus WCW. WCW president/nWo member Eric Bischoff and Ted DiBiase provided commentary. The nWo referee, Nick Patrick, officiated all the matches. No WCW wrestler was allowed to have theme music while the appropriate nWo theme songs played for the various members of the group. The main event featured WCW World Heavyweight Champion Hulk Hogan defending the title against The Giant. Eddie Guerrero defended the WCW United States Championship against Syxx in a Ladder match, The Outsiders defended the WCW World Tag Team Titles against the Steiner Brothers, Scott Norton faced Diamond Dallas Page, Buff Bagwell fought Scotty Riggs, Jeff Jarrett wrestled Mr. Wallstreet, Big Bubba Rogers took on Hugh Morrus, and Chris Jericho competed against Masahiro Chono.

Journey - Greatest Hits DVD 1978-1997 2003

A collection of music videos and live performances from American rock band Journey. Includes: Don't Stop Believing (1981 Escape tour), Wheel in the Sky (1978 music video), Faithfully (1983 music video), Any Way You Want It (1991 Escape tour), Separate Ways (Worlds Apart) (1983 music video), Lights (1978 music video), Lovin' Touchin' Squeezin' (1979 music video), Be Good to Yourself (1986 Raised on Radio tour), When You Love a Woman (1996 music video), Who's Crying Now (1981 Escape tour), Send Her My Love (1983 music video), Girl Can't Help It (1986 Raised on Radio tour), Open Arms (1981 Escape tour), Just the Same Way (1980 music video), Stone in Love (1981 Escape tour), Feeling That Way (1978 music video), After the Fall (1983 music video), I'll Be Alright Without You (1986 Raised on Radio tour)

Face/Off 1997

An antiterrorism agent goes under the knife to acquire the likeness of a terrorist and gather details about a bombing plot. When the terrorist escapes custody, he undergoes surgery to look like the agent so he can get close to the agent's family.

The Jackal 1997

Hired by a powerful member of the Russian mafia to avenge an FBI sting that left his brother dead, the perfectionist Jackal proves an elusive target for the men charged with the task of bringing him down: a deputy FBI boss and a former IRA terrorist.

WCW Slamboree 1997 1997

Slamboree 1997 took place on May 18, 1997 from the Independence Arena in Charlotte, North Carolina. The main event featured Ric Flair teaming with Roddy Piper and Kevin Greene to take on the nWo (Kevin Nash, Scott Hall & Syxx). Other matches included Steve McMichael vs Reggie White, Konnan & Hugh Morrus vs The Steiner Brothers, Meng vs Chris Benoit in a Death match, Dean Malenko defending the WCW United States Championship against Jeff Jarrett, Glacier vs Mortis, Rey Mysterio, Jr. vs Yuji Yasuraoka, Luna Vachon vs Madusa, and Lord Steven Regal vs Ultimo Dragon for the WCW World Television Championship.

WCW Road Wild 1997 1997

Road Wild 1997 took place on August 9, 1997 from the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in Sturgis, South Dakota. The main event was Lex Luger defending the WCW World Heavyweight Championship against Hollywood Hogan. Scott Hall & Kevin Nash defended their WCW World Tag Team Championships against The Steiner Brothers, Randy Savage took on The Giant, Diamond Dallas Page faced Curt Hennig, Ric Flair wrestled Syxx, Alex Wright defended the WCW Cruiserweight Championship against Chris Jericho, Steve McMichael & Chris Benoit squared off against Jeff Jarrett & Dean Malenko in an Elimination match, a Mexican Death match took place between Konnan and Rey Mysterio, Jr., and Harlem Heat faced Vicious and Delicious (Buff Bagwell & Scott Norton).

WCW Bash at the Beach 1997 1997

Bash at the Beach 1997 took place on July 13, 1997 from the Ocean Center in Daytona Beach, Florida. The main event was Hollywood Hogan & Dennis Rodman versus Lex Luger and The Giant in a standard Tag Team match. Other matches included Ric Flair vs Roddy Piper, Diamond Dallas Page & Curt Hennig vs Scott Hall and Randy Savage, Jeff Jarrett defending the WCW United States Heavyweight Championship against Steve McMichael, Chris Benoit versus The Taskmaster in a Retirement Match, a 6-Man Tag Team match with Juventud Guerrera, Hector Garza & Lizmark, Jr. versus La Parka, Psychosis & VillaƱo IV, The Steiner Brothers versus The Great Muta & Masahiro Chono, Chris Jericho defending the WCW Cruiserweight Championship against Ultimo Dragon, and Mortis & Wrath versus Glacier & Ernest Miller.

Joyride 1997

Three excitement-craving friends get more than they bargained for when they steal a hit woman's automobile.

Eddie Izzard: Glorious 1997

Eddie Izzard's routine has a loose trajectory from the beginning of the Old Testament and the creation of the world in seven days to Revelations. Along the way, we learn of the search for a career, bad giraffes, Prince Philip's gaffes, toilets in French campsites, the mysteries of hopscotch, becoming one's Dad and tranny bashing.