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In 1971, four college students got together to form a rock band. Since then, that certain band called Queen have released 26 albums and sold over 300 million records worldwide. The popularity of Freddie Mercury, Brian May, Roger Taylor and John Deacon is stronger than ever 40 years on. But it was no bed of roses. No pleasure cruise. Queen had their share of kicks in the face, but they came through and this is how they did it, set against the backdrop of brilliant music and stunning live performances from every corner of the globe. In this film, for the first time, it is the band that tells their story. Featuring brand new interviews with the band and unseen archive footage (including their recently unearthed, first ever TV performance), it is a compelling story told with intelligence, wit, plenty of humor and painful honesty.

Woody Allen: A Documentary

November 20, 2011

Iconic writer, director, actor, comedian and musician Woody Allen allowed his life and creative process to be documented on-camera for the first time. With this unprecedented access, Emmy-winning, Oscar-nominated filmmaker Robert B. Weide followed the notoriously private film legend over a year and a half to create the ultimate film biography. "Woody Allen: A Documentary" chronicles Allen's career - from teen writer to Sid Caesar's TV scribe, from stand-up comedian to award-winning writer-director averaging one film-per-year for more than 40 years. Exploring Allen's writing habits, casting, directing, and relationship with his actors first-hand, new interviews with A-listers, writing partners, family and friends provide insight and backstory to the usually inscrutable filmmaker.

Bruce Lee: The Legend

January 1, 1984

The Official Golden Harvest tribute to the Master of the Martial Arts Film, Bruce Lee.

A live concert in tribute to Freddie Mercury, former lead singer of Queen. Mercury died of AIDS and so some of the proceeds of this concert went to AIDS research. Features performers such as Metallica, Def Leppard, Elton John, Axl Rose, Extreme, George Michael, and many others. Performers alternate between doing their own hits, covering Queen songs, or jamming with the surviving members of Queen.

A tribute to Chadwick Boseman, celebrating his life and legacy.

John Cazale was in only five films - The Godfather, The Conversation, The Godfather, Part Two, Dog Day Afternoon, and The Deer Hunter - each was nominated for Best Picture. Yet today most people don't even know his name. I KNEW IT WAS YOU is a fresh tour through movies that defined a generation.

Released in tandem with the tribute album Kiss My Ass: Classic Kiss Regrooved, this home video collection brings together rare and unusual live footage and television appearances by Kiss, playing their explosive hit songs at several stages of their career. Kiss: Kiss My Ass… features excerpts from live performances from 1975 to 1992, as well as rare

Year of the Horse

October 8, 1997

Indie director Jim Jarmusch lenses a low-tech tribute to protean rocker Neil Young and his long-standing band, Crazy Horse. Stitched together from archival material shot in 1976 and 1986 along with candid scenes of Young and the band kicking back between shows, this rockumentary is as ragged as it is direct.

One of many tributes following the death of Spike Milligan. Comedians, actors and musicians join forces to present a live tribute featuring a selection of comic highlights from Spike's life. From recreations of his most famous sketches to readings of Milligan's own poems and extracts from his controversial wartime memoirs, these are all interspersed with archive film clips of the great man himself, showcasing his inimitable comic genius.

Cha’mone Mo’Fo’Selecta! showcases a host of brand new rubber faces including; Diana Ross, Uri Geller and Ken West (Kanye West) as well as Bo'Selecta! favourites Craig David, Mel B, Keith Lemon, Avid Merrion and the Bear. The show takes a chronological look at Michael Jackson's life featuring hilarious spoofs of Thriller, Bad, Beat It and Billy Jean with special guest appearances by Spice Girl Emma Bunton, Peaches Geldof, Paddy McGuiness and David Gest. It's the final curtain for the Bo'Selecta! Michael Jackson and a salute to the gloved one.

In 1928, as the talkies threw the film industry and film language into turmoil, Chaplin decided that his Tramp character would not be heard. City Lights would not be a talking picture, but it would have a soundtrack. Chaplin personally composed a musical score and sound effects for the picture. With Peter Lord, the famous co-creator of Chicken Run and Wallace & Gromit, we see how Chaplin became the king of slapstick comedy and the superstar of the movies.

A Tribute to Ryan Dunn

November 28, 2011

Ryan Dunn's friends and family pay tribute to the 'Jackass' star with a look back at his extraordinary life. Join the gang as they come together to share stories and bid a final farewell to both Ryan Dunn and Zac Hartwell.

In the half-hour tribute, friends and colleagues remember the three-time Emmy winner, who died June 19 at age 51. The special features clips of Gandolfini’s work as well as behind-the-scenes footage.

A one-off 90 minute special in which Keith Lemon pays tribute to the iconic Back To The Future films.

Short documentary / tribute to the late, truly great American stand-up comedian Bill Hicks, included as an extra in several box sets. Bill Hicks passed away in 1994, taken tragically young aged only 32. His legend and reputation, however, continue to grow. "It's Just a Ride" is a celebration of his life and work, featuring numerous clips of Bill's many recorded stand-up performances, along with trbutes from Sean Hughes, Eric Bogosian, David Letterman and Eddie Izzard, amongst others.

The highlight of this disc is a tribute to Christopher Reeve including interview clips with actors like Marc McClure and Jack Larson. Reeve's Somewhere In Time co-star Jane Seymour (who appeared on Smallville as Genevieve Teague) talks about her wonderful friend, as does Margot Kidder (Reeve's "Lois Lane" and "Bridgette Crosby" on Smallville). Smallville creators Al Gough and Miles Millar also talk about getting Reeve for the episodes "Rosetta" and "Legacy." Reeve - Margot Kidder too - Al Gough and Miles Millar talk about getting Reeve on the show. This disc is exclusive to this 14-disc set only. Also on this disc are classic WB cartoons with a Super-twist, a bonus on the Mythology of Superman, and the documentary You Will Believe: The Making of a Saga highlighting the ups and downs of the movie franchise. Also on this disc is the so-bad-you-can't-turn-away Adventures of Superpup TV pilot.

Friends and family surprise Turner Classic Movies host Robert Osborne at the 2014 TCM Classic Film Festival with a tribute to his twenty years with the network.

Broadcast approximately one year after the death of Sam Kinison, this special includes tributes from those he admired and those who admired him. Includes clips from "Married with Children," "Back to School," and 2 of his HBO appearances.

If I Forget You

May 1, 1940

Judy Garland sings the title song, a tribute to Will Rogers.

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