Raped. Disemboweled. Nearly decapitated. Dumped on the outskirts of a nature reserve, dead - or so they thought. She needed a hero that night, so that's what she became. This is Alison's tale. A tale of monsters, miracles and hope.
Alison is giving birth to a creature, who runs away when faced with the oppressing stares of huge statues surrounding them. Alison then runs after her creation, to be finally confronted with the eyes of the crowd.
A dysfunctional night with his girlfriend challenges Jay to evaluate whether the rewards of intimacy and commitment are worth the complicated baggage that comes with.
An actress (Terry Moore) and an artist (Robert Beatty) are linked by his brother (William Sylvester) to deadly smugglers sought by Scotland Yard.
A young girl is subjected to a reign of terror so that her soul can be transferred to the body of an old crone.
A woman in London unexpectedly inherits a Texas ranching fortune, and takes a transatlantic voyage to collect her fortune, not suspecting two men aboard both plan on winning her hand before she reaches America. One is a gambler interested in her money, and the other, a rich man looking for a wife. The rich man's friend, meanwhile, believes the heiress is actually a gold-digger.
Classmates Erica Yurgen and Alison Ashley vie with each other to become the undisputed star of their class.
The Essential Alison Moyet was essentially a third re-release of Singles, the 1995 greatest hits album of recordings by singer/songwriter Alison Moyet. The album was released in 2001 by Sony Music Entertainment in response to renewed interest in the singer, after she was finally released from her contract with the label and able to sign with Sanctuary Records, regain the artistic control of her musical output and move back into the public eye - resulting in 2002 comeback album Hometime. However, there are some differences in the track listings of the two Sony compilations. The Essential Alison Moyet excludes "Only You", "Situation', "Ordinary Girl", "Ode To Boy II", "The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face" and "Solid Wood", and replaces them with "Don't Go", "Winter Kills", "Our Colander Eyes" and "Blue" (the latter two recorded in 1995/1996) plus cover versions "Ne Me Quitte Pas" and "There Are Worse Things I Could Do".
Live is the eleventh album, and first all-live album, by Alison Krauss and Union Station. All of the songs except "Down to the River to Pray" (performed at Austin City Limits) were recorded at The Louisville Palace April 29–30, 2002. The album was released on November 5, 2002.
Alison Krauss & Union Station featuring Jerry Douglas on Soundstage
Alison, a teen, is facing pregnancy. With nowhere to turn, she finds herself in a "clinic" about to end her baby's life. Suddenly a man appears. His mop tells her he's the janitor. Conversation begins and it quickly becomes clear that this man is no mere janitor, but Jesus manifest. And he's come to save the life of her baby.
Alison Krauss - A Hundred Miles Or More
Robert Plant & Alison Krauss June 10, 2008 WaMu Theater at Madison Square Garden "Raising Sand" Tour 00:00:00;00 Rich Woman 00:04:52;08 Leave My Woman Alone 00:09:31;03 Black Dog 00:16:45;15 Sister Rosetta Goes Before Us 00:21:00;08 Through The Morning Through The Night 00:25:33;01 So Long Goodbye To You 00:28:55;22 Fortune Teller 00:33:18;15 In the Mood > 00:36:31;21 Maddy Groves > 00:38:22;25 In the Mood 00:40:50;27 Black Country Woman 00:47:15;11 Bon Temps Roulez 00:52:45;04 Shut It Tight 00:56:42;27 Trampled Rose 01:04:31;11 Green Pastures 01:08:04;04 Down To the River To Pray 01:11:29;23 Killing The Blues 01:17:42;20 Nothin' 01:24:13;02 Battle of Evermore 01:30:41;27 Please Read the Letter 01:37:06;11 Gone Gone Gone (Done Moved On) Encores: 01:44:32;08 Don't Knock 01:48:16;16 I'm A One Woman Man 01:50:45;03 Your Long Journey 01:55:46;28 end
An AIDS-stricken woman becomes a leader in the struggle to educate people about the disease and its prevention.
All the favourite Disney stars feature in this Christmas special which contains 7 short stories and a healthy dose of Christmas spirit.
Portrait of Alison was a 1955 British television series featuring Patrick Barr, Lockwood West, Anthony Nicholls and Brian Wilde. A crime-based thriller written by Francis Durbridge it aired in six half-hour episodes between February and March 1955.
The Most was an American television news program on MSNBC. Broadcast live at 12:00 PM ET daily, the program focused on the top news stories of the day people are looking at on MSNBC.com. In addition, the program also aired "the most watched or sought after" material on the Internet, including the most watched viral videos of the day. The show was hosted by Alison Stewart, with contributors Tony Maciulis and the shows producer appearing in the program. MSNBC anchors Chris Jansing, JJ Ramberg, Keith Olbermann, correspondent Monica Novotny, and Rita Cosby served as substitute hosts on the program. When The Most moved to its final timeslot in December 2006, a new feature was added. An exclusive online webcast of the program aired from 11:58 AM through to the end of the first commercial. Web-exclusive content aired during the television commercial break.