Jim Craig has lived his first 18 years in the mountains of Australia on his father's farm. The death of his father forces him to go to the low lands to earn enough money to get the farm back on its feet. Kirk Douglas plays two roles as twin brothers who haven't spoken for years, one of whom was Jim's father's best friend and the other of whom is the father of the girl he wants to marry.
After a few years trying to earn money to marry Jessica Harrison (Sigrid Thornton), Jim Craig (Tom Burlinson) returns to Snowy River. But he finds that a lot of things have changed.
Jongbun is sick of poverty and she admires Young-ae, a smart and pretty friend. Taking place at the end of Japanese colonialism, a sad but beautiful story about two girls begins.
On Sir Topham Hatt's railway, the winter season is a very special time of year and all the engines work extra hard to make the holidays special. But it's not always easy. Find out what could happen if the villagers on the island of Sodor don't get their Yule tree in time for the winter celebration. See if Percy's snow-covered face tricks James and the rest of the engines into thinking they have seen the very scary Jack Frost. Watch if Duck is able to get to Farmer McColl's lambs in time to save theme from being trapped in the the snow. Join Thomas and his very useful friends for some snowy adventures as they work to keep this winter season on track.
Part of the Scholastic Video Collection, "The Snowy Day, and more Ezra Jack Keats stories" brings 7 classic tales, written and illustrated by Ezra Jack Keats, to life on the screen. Also included is an 8th bonus video featuring Mr. Keats. 1- The Snowy Day (Adapted from the Caldecott Medal Book) 2- Whistle for Willie 3- Peter's Chair (Narrated by Loretta Long) 4- Pet Show 5- A Letter to Amy 6- The Trip 7- Apt. 3 8- Getting to Know Ezra Keats
Based on the award-winning book by Ezra Jack Keats. Peter goes on a magical, snowy walk to his Nana's house to bring home their Christmas Eve dinner.
25 years of madness in the name of metal. Snowy Shaw plays all his favorite songs - by all his former bands. More than 3 witching hours of the much awaited live DVD/CD set with Snowy Shaw and his freaky fiends.
A small boy's enchantment with a city's snowfall has him making snow angels and snowballs, sliding down snow mountains - and looking forward to going outside again.
A woman evil appears to a Japanese feudal lord Mori and kills his son and kidnaps his daughter. He follows the evil but the evil's trick leads his daughter to be killed. Wounded Mori meets a monk who saves him. During Toyotomi invasion long time ago, Mori turned down his staff's advice to attack Korean commanders and woman evil. His men and villagers leave town to avoid the evil. Mori kills his wife by mistake while he runs after that evil. As the monk who knows everything comes to him, Mori admits regretting his faults and leaves for Korea to make sacrifice.
The DVD was filmed on 16th September 2011 in De Bosuil Club in Weert, Holland. During rehearsals on the previous day, all the musicians were interviewed for this DVD. The bonus interviews provide some very honest and candid insights.
Two days before Christmas a little puppy looses both his mother and his home and it is left all alone in the snow. Will the little dog find a family and a home before Christmas?
Music & Musicals, Blues, Hard Rock & Heavy Metal, Rock & Pop, Urban & Dance - Guitarist Snowy White performs live in this mid-1980s concert filmed at London's Camden Palace. Once a member of Thin Lizzy, White struck out on his own in the early '80s, released the album "White Flames" and scored an international hit with the song "Bird of Paradise." White later went on to form his own blues band. This concert features White and his band performing a set of contemporary blues songs for appreciative fans.
Wintery fun from the little lamb with a lot to learn. In these eight brand new episodes Timmy makes a little snowball which immediately becomes his best friend, discovers some strange extra-large footprints in the snow and tries to beat Yabba in a snowman building competition! Join in the fun with 8 Timmy-tastic episodes! Timmy's Snowman Timmy's Monster Timmy Slips Up Timmy's Snowball Fireman Timmy Timmy and the Balloon Squeaky Timmy Timmy and the Super Rabbit
The Snowy Heron (白鷺 Shirasagi?) is a 1958 Japanese film directed by Teinosuke Kinugasa. It was entered into the 1959 Cannes Film Festival.
Luka and his wife are transferred in a northern city. In their first trip, their car gets stuck in the snow.
Based on the first novel, Spring Snow, of Mishima Yukio's Sea of Fertility tetralogy, it follows the troubled and illicit affair between two youngsters amongst the aristocracy and rich of early twentieth century Japan.
Jim Ryan and Kate Conroy love each other, but John Conroy stands in the way of their happiness until Jim Ryan recaptures a prized colt.
When you've played with legends such as Thin Lizzy and Pink Floyd, few people could question your place in music history. And when the person in question is Snowy White, performances like this 'Live from London' concert lays any further debate to rest. Recorded in 1984 at the Camden Palace, acclaimed guitarist Snowy White sings and strums his way trough all his greatest hits including Bird of Paradise, Lucky Star and Broken Promises.
This live DVD was filmed in March 2004 and captures Snowy and his band The White Flames in tremendous form. The performance is full of the tasteful modern blues we have come to expect from Snowy White and the set list contains not only original material from Snowy White but also selected covers including two Peter Green songs 'I Loved Another Woman' and 'Black Magic Woman' and an incredible interpretation of the Jimi Hendrix song 'Little Wing'.