A Dog's Promise is the captivating third novel in the A Dog's Purpose series, from New York Times bestselling author W. Bruce Cameron.A Dog's Promise is the heart-warming and uplifting story about one dog who fulfils his promise and helps a family who needs him the most, from W. Bruce Cameron the international number one bestselling author of A Dog's Purpose.Bailey knows one thing for sure: all dogs who offer unconditional love, just like him, are destined for heaven.But before Bailey can rest in peace, there's one family in particular that needs his help. A family that is on the verge of breaking apart.Bailey knows that helping this family means he won't remember his previous lives, and the other families that he's met and loved, but sometimes making the sacrifice to help those in need is its own reward.Deeply emotional and beautifully told, A Dog's Purpose will speak to dog lovers all over the world who know that their pets are sent to them for a reason and that their love can heal all wounds.Marley and Me combined with Tuesdays With Morrie Kirkus Reviews on A Dog's PurposeBruce Cameron, W.W. Bruce Cameron is the New York Times bestselling author of 8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter, which has turned into the hit television series. He is the bestselling author of A Dog's Purpose (now a major motion picture), A Dog's Journey, The Dog Master, The Dogs of Christmas, and The Midnight Plan of the Repo Man. He has twice been voted the number one best humour columnist by the National Society of Newspaper Columnists, and his nationally syndicated column in the US is read by more than three million readers every week. He lives in California.
I AM BRUCE LEE is the amazing story of one of the greatest icons ever to enter the public consciousness, the first film to truly tell BRUCE LEE's story in his own words and actions, as well as through the eyes of international stars from the worlds of film, television, music and sports. Original interviews include UFC President DANA WHITE, NBA Superstar KOBE BRYANT, boxing champion MANNY PACQUIAO, Academy Award nominated actor MICKEY ROURKE, The Black Eyed Peas' TABOO, legendary martial artists DAN INOSANTO, RICHARD BUSTILLO, BOB WALL and GENE LEBELL and unprecedented conversations with BRUCELEE's daughter SHANNON LEE and his wife LINDA LEE CADWELL, plus the best of Bruce Lee's ground-breaking martial arts action films and rare archival footage, this is the definitive story of a man whose legacy will endure forever. SPECIAL FEATURES: Backyard Training - Bruce Lee's personal films Inspiration - Bruce Lee's Global Impact Bruce Lee in Action Theatrical Trailer Bruce Lee's Hollywood Audition
Ever wondered, what it feels like standing next and posing with world renowned celebrities? A visit to Madam Tussauds and get them all under one roof for life size experience from glimpse of the world leaders to the glams of the red carpet. Capture your moments pose with life size wax replicas of world renowned personalities, take pictures with Brad Pit, Angelina Jolie, Jackie Chan, Bruce Lee.Rub Shoulders with David Backham, Critiano Ronaldo, and Serena Willams. Take selfies with Princess Diana, Albert Einstein, Picasso and Beethoven.Queen Elizabeth II, Asian leaders like Aung San Suu Kyi, Mahatama Gandhi and the Dalai Lama and there are lots more for you to come see and get amazed. It has something to offer for everyone, be it local personalities, world known personalities, scientists, television stars, sportsmen or people who create great history, from when it has opened its door 200 years ago to this date millions of visitors have experienced the magic of Madame Tussauds.
Making its debut on ITV's opening weekend in 1955, Sunday Night at the London Palladium swiftly established itself as one of the weekly televisual highlights for the British viewing public. Gaining average viewing figures of 14 million and Top Ten placings almost every week, it is undoubtedly one of the main shows that helped establish commercial television in the UK. This was a weekly television event that appealed to all classes, denominations and age groups - an unquestionable success which still provides a high benchmark that today's variety shows can only aspire to. This DVD set contains some of the best of what remains in the archives and includes Bruce Forsyth, Jimmy Tarbuck. Cliff Richard and the Shadows, The Searchers, Frankie Howerd, The Hollies, Arthur Haynes, Des O Connor, Cleo Laine, The Johnny Dankworth Seven and many more.
First introduced in sketches for the BBC's legendary radio comedy show Take It from Here, The Glums were reanimated for television by original writers Frank Muir and Denis Norden in this hilarious classic comedy. Jimmy Edwards reprised his classic role as the bad-tempered, beer-swilling Pa Glum, with Ian Lavender as his brainless son Ron and Patricia Brake as Ron’s long-term, and long-suffering, fiancée, Eth; scripts were based on those of the original radio sketches. This set consists of all eight episodes along with the remaining short sketches that were used in Bruce Forsyth’s Big Night.
Making its debut on ITV's opening weekend in 1955, Sunday Night at the London Palladium established itself as a weekly highlights for the British viewing public. Gaining average viewing figures of 14 million viewers it is undoubtedly one of the main shows that helped establish commercial television in the UK. Lasting fourteen years until 1969 and with a revival series in the mid 70s the show was hosted by a number of performers, including Tommy Trinder, Bruce Forsyth and Jimmy Tarbuck. This DVD set released to celebrate the London Palladium's centenary contains some of the best of what little remains in the archives for the original run from the 1950s and '60s. It also includes the special two-hander show from February 1961 that featured only Norman Wisdom and Bruce Forsyth, alongside some of the remaining shows from the 1970s revival. Special Feature: Special strike edition featuring Norman Wisdom and Bruce Forsyth Extensive image galleries featuring pictures of performers from shows that no longer exist, these include: Pete and Dud The Beatles Judy Garland including her final performance in 1969 Frankie Howerd Morecambe and Wise Sammy Davis Jr. The Supremes Many behind-the-scenes images, including the series opening night. Original production and promotional paperwork, alongside an exhaustive show guide PDF.
Since it first aired on the 18th of February 1979, Antiques Roadshow has developed into a national institution. The show has given the opportunity for thousands of fascinating stories to be told over the years, as well as the introduction of many incredible characters.In Priceless Antiques Roadshow, presenter Fiona Bruce introduces some of the classic moments from the show, spanning across the past 30 years. The show has created some historical television moments, including the Lalique vase which had been bought for a pound at a car-boot sale and left in the loft, only to be valued at £25,000.Featuring contributions from former presenters including Michael Aspel and Hugh Scully and many resident experts including the legendary Henry Sandon, Priceless Antiques Roadshow is a collection of the timeless, the priceless and the unforgettable. See the experts offer tips for credit crunch-proof collectables and debate what makes an antique in this ultimate review of all that is Priceless Antiques Roadshow.
Speedy was the last silent feature to star Harold Lloyd – and one of his very best. The slapstick legend reprises his “Glasses Character,” this time as a good-natured but scatter-brained New Yorker who can’t keep a job. He finally finds his true calling when he becomes determined to help save the city’s last horse-drawn streetcar, which is operated by his sweetheart’s crusty grandfather. From its joyous visit to Coney Island to its incredible Babe Ruth cameo to its hair-raising climatic stunts on the city’s streets, Speedy is an out-of-control love letter to New York that will have you grinning from ear to ear.Special Features:New 4K digital restoration from elements preserved by the UCLA Film & Television ArchiveMusical score by composer Carl Davis from 1992, synchronized and restored under his supervision and presented in uncompressed stereoNew audio commentary featuring Bruce Goldstein, director of repertory programming at New York’s Film Forum, and Turner Classic Movies director of program production Scott McGeeIn the Footsteps of “Speedy” – a new short documentary by Goldstein about the film’s New York shootSelection of rare archival footage of baseball legend Babe Ruth, who has a cameo in the film, presented by David Filipi, director of film and video at the Wexner Centre for the ArtsNew video essay featuring stills of deleted scenes from the film and narrated by GoldsteinSelection of actor Harold Lloyd’s home movies, narrated by his granddaughter, Suzanne LloydBumping into Broadway – a 1919 Lloyd two-reeler, newly restored and with a 2004 score by Robert IsraelPLUS: An essay by critic Phillip Lopate Click Images to Enlarge
Hailing more from the pulp-melancholic spirit of the 1978-1982 Hulk television series than its 2003 predecessor did, The Incredible Hulk wordlessly tells the entire gamma ray-afflicted origin story of scientist Bruce Banner's alter-ego within its first two-and-a-half minutes. This credit sequence evokes--albeit with more cinematic weight--the premise-informing quality that might be found before every episode of a cult hit series. This sequence makes at least two things clear. First off, the Edward Norton-starring The Incredible Hulk is not a sequel to or a remake of the 2003 The Hulk, but a reboot complete with an alternate plot, a new dynamic, and a different set of rules. Second, director Louis Leterrier (Unleashed, The Transporter) intends to deliver an economically paced, tightly wound thriller in which drama and action scenes are not mutually exclusive.The Incredible Hulk replaces cerebral family drama with a coping scientist who, at the start of the movie, is in hiding and training his mind-body dichotomy. So much of Banner's plight is effectively conveyed with simple 'days without incident': title cards that inevitably reset. The Hulk's previously poetic weightlessness is rejected in favour of gargantuan physicality akin to seeing huge robots face off in Transformers, but with more flesh, muscle, and bone. The angst, of course, isn't gone from this incarnation--not if Norton's intelligently passionate Banner and his tender, forbidden relationship with Dr. Elizabeth Ross (Liv Tyler) have anything to say about it--it's simply that this Hulk always smashes before he ponders. Rounding out The Incredible Hulk's main players are William Hurt as General Ross and Tim Roth as marine Emil Blonsky, two antagonists in pursuit of the Hulk who, like Banner, are not so much evil as consumed by tragic character flaws.