Little Tree is an 8-year-old Cherokee boy, who, during the time of the depression, loses his parents and starts to live with his Indian grandma and grandpa and learn the wisdom of the Cherokee way of life.
Bonus DVD included with the 2013 deluxe edition The Aeroplane Flies High reissue. Includes footage from the band's July 4, 1997 performance at Presqu'île de Malsaucy, Belfort, France. Tracklist: Glimpses, Where Boys Fear to Tread, Eye, Tonight, Tonight, Transformer, Thru the Eyes of Ruby, The End is the Beginning is the End, By Starlight, Bullet With Butterfly Wings, Muzzle, 1979, X.Y.U., Porcelina of the Vast Oceans, The Aeroplane Flies High (Turns Left, Looks Right)
Kayfabe Commentaries brings you that explores the history of harcore year by year. From the producers of 'Timeline The History of WWE' comes this journey through all the major ECW moments in the ring and behind the scenes. Told by those that were there.
Chick Corea & Gary Burton Recorded Live at the Munich Philharmonie as part of the Munich Klaviersommer 1997 Love Castle / Native Sense / Duende / No Mystery / Bagatelle VI / Postscript / Bagatelle II / Four in One / Tango '92 / Rhumbata / Bud Powell / La Fiesta
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.
Hardcore Heaven 1997 took place on August 17, 1997 at the War Memorial Auditorium in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. It was the first Hardcore Heaven to be broadcast on pay-per-view. The main event was Sabu defending the ECW World Heavyweight Championship against Terry Funk and Shane Douglase in a Three-Way Dance. Also on the card was Tommy Dreamer vs Jerry Lawler, Al Snow vs Rob Van Dam, Spike Dudley vs Bam Bam Bigelow, Taz defending the ECW World Television Championship against Chris Candido, and 2 ECW World Tag Team Championship title defenses in the same evening featuring the three teams of The Dudley Boyz, The Gangstas, and PG-13.
When a nuclear attack submarine crashes on the floor of the Artic ocean, it's up to a pair of research scientists to save the entire crew before time and oxygen run out.
Metallica at Cannstatter Wasen, Stuttgart, Germany So What! Master Of Puppets King Nothing Sad But True Fuel Hero Of The Day Ain't My Bitch One Until It Sleeps For Whom The Bell Tolls Wherever I May Roam Nothing Else Matters Enter Sandman Stone Cold Crazy (intro) Stone Cold Crazy Creeping Death Battery Last Caress
A look at photographer Duane Michal's sequential photo narratives, with voiceover by Michals himself.
The Denver Broncos have one of the greatest winning traditions of any NFL team in the years since the 1970 AFL-NFL merger. But although the Broncos had made it to the Super Bowl four times (XII, XXI, XXII, and XXIV), they had come up short each time. That all changed in the late '90s. In 1997, entering his 15th NFL season, Denver quarterback John Elway had one thing missing from his resume: a Super Bowl ring. This year, Elway had all the help he needed-head coach Mike Shanahan, one of the most innovative minds in football; Terrell Davis, the AFC's leading rusher; and a defense studded with stars like Steve Atwater, Shannon Sharpe, and Neil Smith.
Spring Stampede 1997 took place on April 6, 1997 from the Tupelo Coliseum in Tupelo, Mississippi. The main event was a No DQ match between Randy Savage and Diamond Dallas Page as well as a Number One Contender 4 Corners match was held between The Giant, Lex Luger, Booker T & Stevie Ray. A WCW World Tag Team Championship match was held btween Kevin Nash & Rick Steiner. Scott Hall no showed the event and Scott Steiner was "arrested" earlier in the evening. Other matches included Chris Benoit challenging Dean Malenko for his WCW United States Championship, Public Enemy versus Steve McMichael & Jeff Jarrett, Prince Iaukea defending the WCW World Television Championship against Lord Steven Regal, Akira Hokuto defending the WCW Women's Championship against Madusa, and Ultimo Dragon versus Rey Mysterio, Jr.
Live at the Dynamo Open Air Festival in Eindhoven, Holland May 17 1997, this is the second half of the Double Live Dynamo! DVD
Just Lookin' spans the Charlatan's career from 1990- 1997 and gathers together all 18 promotional videos. Other features include a live section boasting 13 performances across 4 shows, the UK discography plus a bonus alternative USA version of Weirdo. Vid One of England's premiere rock bands throughout the 1990's, the Charlatans UK mix a Brit-Pop sensibility with a strong predilection for classic rock. JUST LOOKIN' 1990-1997 is a collection of highlights from their successful career. Along with dozens of videos for hits like "Then," "Weirdo," and "How High," the compilation features clips from 4 different live performances, starting with a 1990 concert at Manchester's The Ritz and ending with a 1997 performance at the outdoor Phoenix Festival.
The From Here On In: The DVD 1997-2004 was released in 2004 as a best of The Living End. The DVD featured the video clips to the band's singles as well as a super gig. The second disc contained a 2 hour documentary on the history of the band. Prisoner Of Society (USA & Aust Versions) Second Solution Save The Day All Torn Down West End Riot Pictures In The Mirror Roll On (USA & Aust Versions) Dirty Man One Said To The Other Who's Gonna Save Us? (USA & Aust Versions) Tabloid Magazine I Can't Give You What I Haven't Got Roll On (Summersonic) Save The Day (Splendour In The Grass) One Said To The Other (Summersonic) Prisoner Of Society (Summersonic) Blinded (Big Day Out) West End Riot (Splendour In The Grass) Pictures In The Mirror (Summersonic) All Torn Down (Big Day Out) Carry Me Home (Splendour In The Grass) What Would You Do? (Big Day Out) E-Boogie (Splendour In The Grass) Second Solution (Summersonic) In the End 2hr Feature Documentary.
DVD Overview: Discipline Live 1995 presents the band at its most theatrical. This special edition DVD includes an extra hour of live footage spanning the band’s career from shows in 1988, 1992, 1997, and a rare 1998 performance of the 20-minute song suite Into the Dream. This is from a 1997 show at the Magic Bag in Ferndale, MI; a DVD Extra includes: 01 when she dreams she dreams in color (coda) 02 eyeballs story
Promoting "Sunsets on Empire," his fourth solo album of original material, former Marillion lead singer Fish takes the stage in Poland and performs an energetic set of live music, including the songs "Lucky," "Internal Exile" and "The Company." Other tracks include "The Perception of Johnny Punter," "Goldfish and Clowns," "Brother 52," "Jungle Ride," "White Feather," "Family Business" and "A Gentleman's Excuse Me."
Radiohead at the 1997 Glastonbury Festival on the main stage in, Somerset, England. 28th June 1997 Tracklist: 01 Lucky 02 My Iron Lung 03 Exit Music (For a Film) 04 The Bends 05 Paranoid Android 06 Karma Police 07 Creep 08 No Surprises 09 Just 10 Fake Plastic Trees 11 High and Dry 12 Street Spirit (Fade Out) Re-broadcast on BBC4, 20th December 2010
Live at Reading Festival, UK, 1997-08-24 So What (Anti-Nowhere League cover), Master of Puppets (Short Version), King Nothing, Sad But True, Fuel, Hero of the Day, Ain't My Bitch, One, Until It Sleeps, For Whom the Bell Tolls, Wherever I May Roam, Nothing Else Matters, Enter Sandman, Stone Cold Crazy (Queen cover), Creeping Death, Battery, Last Caress (Misfits cover), Motorbreath