Cheaper by the Dozen, a film by Walter Lang, 1950

Cheaper by the dozen

Cheaper by the Dozen, 1950

A film by Walter Lang

In honor of Father’s Day, which was celebrated in the U.S. and many places around the world this past weekend, we proudly present Cheaper by the Dozen, a wonderful, warm, funny classic film about a family of 12 children raised by an exacting, perfectionist, larger than life father, who works as an efficiency expert, pioneering motion study analysis for industry. The film is based on the true story of the Gilbreth family. (Browse our Movie Archive)

Private Buckaroo, starring The Andrews Sisters & Shemp Howard, 1942

PRIVATE BUCKAROO, STARRING THE ANDREWS SISTERS & SHEMP HOWARD, 1942

Private Buckaroo, 1942

A film by Edward F. Cline

“Entertainer Lon Prentice initially is keen to enlist in the US Army but is prevented from this due to his having one flat foot. After having the flat fixed, he is accepted for enlistment. Soon after basic training begins, Private Prentice informs his commanding officer that he finds most military training useless, unnecessary and beneath him. His commander orders all the men that Private Prentice is exempt from doing things he doesn’t want to do, which turns the entire camp against him.” (Wikipedia)

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The American Music Awards: Diana Ross to be honored

American Music Awards 2017

Diana Ross – Nobel Peace Prize Concert

Watch the American Music awards, on ABC: 8:00 p.m. ET, November 19.

Tracy Ellis Ross, star of the ABC comedy Blackish, will host. Ross will also present a life-time achievement award to her legendary mother, famed Motown singer Diana Ross.

Lady Gaga, Kelly Clarkson and Nick Jonas are slated to perform.

How to Live Stream the 2017 American Music Awards

If you have cable (or a cable login), you can watch live on abc.go.com or on ABC’s free app.

Those with Hulu’s live TV package can also tune in. A free week-long trial is also available for those who are desperate and without another option.

If you don’t have cable and really don’t want to sign up for a Hulu trial, you can still catch the red carpet pre-show, which will stream free of charge on Twitter at 6 p.m. ET.

 

 

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Creature of Destruction, a film by Larry Buchanan, 1967

Creature of Destruction, a film by Larry Buchanan, 1967

Creature of Destruction, 1967

A film by Larry Buchanan

“A hypnotist is able to predict murders by a terrifying sea monster. In reality, he causes the murders through his lovely assistant, who is the reincarnation of the monster.”

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Nosferatu, a Symphony of Horror, starring Max Schrek, 1922

Nosferatu

Nosferatu, a Symphony of Horror, 1922

A film by F.W. Murnau

An all-time horror favorite, this silent film was originally an unauthorized, but riveting, retelling of Bram Stoker’s classic novel of love, loss and the undead. This is the most complete version in circulation, since the author’s widow demanded its destruction following successful lawsuits in the 1920s. Starring Max Schreck, who delivers a brilliant performance as the forlorn vampire, Count Orlok. (Browse our Movie Archive)

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