Twilight Zone: Rod Serling's Lost Classics 1994

James Earl Jones hosts this film based on two stories by the late Rod Serling, who wrote the stories of the original 'The Twilight Zone' (1959) series.. In "The Theater," a young woman attends a movie theater only to find that her life story is being revealed on the screen. In "Where the Dead Are," a Boston surgeon in 1868 searches for a scientist who may have the answer to a medical mystery.

Clay Classics: The Velveteen Rabbit 2003

Using vivid clay animation, this adaptation of the classic children's book is a feast for the eyes. Although the velveteen rabbit is the favorite plaything of a young boy, the more modern, mechanical toys hold the stuffed bunny in contempt … except the rabbit's single friend, the skin horse, who has become real. As the horse explains the mystery of how to become real, a fable about the transforming power of love and imagination unfolds.

Aardman Classics 2000

Sit back and enjoy all the fun of the ultimate animated collection from the creators of Morph, Wallace and Gromit and Chicken Run. Together at last, on one film, is the complete collection of award winning short films from the world's best loved and most successful model animation studio - Aardman. Including Nick Park's Oscar® winning favourite Creature Comforts, the complete Heat Electric ad campaign it inspired, anarchic fun with Pib and Pog, medieval tales from BAFTA winning Wat's Pig as well as 22 other classic films, there's no doubt this collection has something for everyone.

Animated Hero Classics: Benjamin Franklin 1993

As Ben Franklin watched the lightning in Philadelphia’s night sky, he came up with a brilliant discovery—one that would change the world forever. Now, through this remarkable story, you can join this remarkable scientist, inventor and statesman as he rewrites human history because of his experiments with electricity.

Storybook Classics: The Last of the Mohicans 2006

Classic The Last of the Mohicans tale in the 2006 Animated film. With his friend Uncas, the last remaining Mohican, the fearless Hawkeye must safely guide the two daughters of a British officer to Fort William Henry during the French and Indian War. But the treacherous Huron leader, Magua is close behind ... and he plans to do away with Uncas in order to capture the girls!

Animated Hero Classics: Marco Polo 2007

Marco Polo (September 15, 1254-January 8, 1324) was a well-traveled Venetian explorer and trader. He intrigued audiences with his tales of magnificent palaces filled with precious stones, rivers filled with gold, and "men with tails" (aka, monkeys) who threw nuts as large as a man's head (aka, coconuts). He described things that no one had ever witnessed, and so no one believed him. His audiences were certain he had never visited these wondrous places. . . .yet he had! Teach honesty, adventure, and courage with this 30-minute animated educational DVD about Marco Polo. Source: Nest Family Learning

Animated Hero Classics: Louis Pasteur 1995

The great French scientist, struggling with his own limitations from a stroke, is not deterred by scientific criticism nor failed experiments. Pasteur had the courage to look into the unseen world and his perfected vaccines are his gifts to mankind.

Opry Video Classics: Duets 2007

Relive some of the Grand Ole Opry's greatest moments with this collection of 15 vintage duets featuring performers such as Patsy Cline and Bobby Lord singing "(Remember Me) I'm the One Who Loves You." Other highlights include "Jackson" by Johnny Cash and June Carter; "After the Fire Is Gone" by Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn; "Let It Be Me" by Skeeter Davis and Bobby Bare; and "The Ceremony" by George Jones and Tammy Wynette.

Storybook Classics - Anastasia

Spirited out of Moscow during the Russian revolution in 1918, young Anastasia awakens with a severe case of amnesia to find herself in the care of a peasant family in Siberia

Animated Hero Classics: Beethoven 2005

Even as a young boy, Beethoven marched to the beat of a different drummer. Trained in the traditional music methods by his father, Beethoven was an accomplished pianist by the age of 12. But he yearned to try new sounds and persevered until audiences heard his music. By his early twenties, this persistent young man performed for Joseph Haydn, who compared him to the great Mozart. Sadly, Beethoven began to lose his hearing, but he threw himself even more deeply into his music, composing "Fur Elise," "Sonata Pathetique" and the dramatic "Fifth Symphony" years later, audience members heard what he could not and leapt to their feet in ecstatic appreciation for such passionate music. His creativity gave the world then, as it does today, music that stirs the soul. The video begins in 1827 with 30,000 people paying tribute to the great Beethoven in Vienna, Austria. Then the video switches to his life as a child...

Animated Hero Classics: Galileo 1997

Galileo Galilei (February 15, 1564-January 8, 1642) was an Italian physicist, astronomer, astrologer, and philosopher associated with the scientific revolution. In addition to discovering that the Earth revolves around the sun, Galileo is also credited for making improvements to the telescope and making the first systematic study of uniformly accelerated motion. Learn about Galileo's courage and ingenuity in this 30-minute animated educational DVD that teaches how his integrity led to a whole new universe of discovery and knowledge! Source: Nest Family Learning

The Irving Klaw Classics

Notorious beauty Bettie Page and other sexy pinups star in this collection of 8 mm shorts produced by photographer Irving Klaw (aka "the King of Pinups") between 1951 and 1956. Highlights include a pair of rare catfight films featuring glamorous women wrestling in lingerie; a series of fetish films involving high heels, black stockings and black gloves; and a collection of provocative burlesque-style dances.

Grimm's Fairy Tale Classics 1987

Grimm's Fairy Tale Classics is a Japanese animated anthology series by Nippon Animation. The episodes are adaptations of a variety of folk and fairy tales, and not limited to Grimm's Fairy Tales.

Color Classics 1934

Color Classics were a series of animated short subjects produced by Fleischer Studios for Paramount Pictures from 1934 to 1941 as a competitor to Walt Disney's Silly Symphonies. As the name implies, all of the shorts were made in color, with the first entry in the series, Poor Cinderella, being the first color cartoon produced by the Fleischer studio.

Hardwood Classics

Hardwood Classics is a television series that airs on NBA TV and features many of the greatest classic games recorded on videotape or film in National Basketball Association history. The show is produced by NBA Entertainment. The program normally airs Thursdays at 4 p.m. Eastern Time, but does air numerous times throughout the broadcast week.

Family Classics

Family Classics is a Chicago television series which began in 1962 when Frazier Thomas was added to another program at WGN-TV. Thomas not only hosted classic films but also selected the titles and personally edited them to remove those scenes which he thought were not fit for family viewing. After Thomas' death in 1985, Roy Leonard took over the program. The series continued sporadically until its cancellation in 2000. A few props from the Family Classics set are on exhibit at Chicago's Museum of Broadcast Communications.

NFL Classics 2016

NFL Classics is a series of videotaped rebroadcasts of National Football League games that air on the NFL Network. The show airs weekly during the offseason and also occasionally during the NFL season. As of the 2010, the series airs on Monday night while Super Bowl Classics airs on Friday night. The program, the first such series to air on any American television network, premiered on May 10, 2007 with a re-air of the Chicago Bears' Monday Night Football comeback victory over the Arizona Cardinals in 2006. NFL Classics is an extension of an earlier series called Super Bowl Classics, which showed full-length re-airs of some of the most memorable Super Bowl games. The NFL is the last United States-based major professional sports league to make such broadcasts available on TV. Previously, NFL Network and ESPN Classic had aired NFL's Greatest Games, 90-minute edited versions using footage from NFL Films. The other major leagues - MLB, NBA, NHL, and NASCAR - have all had games air on ESPN Classic. However, at this time, full-length MLB games are shown on Classic only occasionally, while NHL games are presently aired on NHL Network.

Yankees Classics

Yankees Classics is a program on the YES Network which features classic New York Yankees games. Each Yankees Classics episode is hosted by Yankees radio announcer John Sterling, who discusses the game's impact on Yankee history at the beginning and end of the telecast.

NASCAR Classics

NASCAR Classics was a series of NASCAR races that aired on Speed Channel. It aired from 2002 to 2004 and returned in 2009 before quietly disappearing off Speed Channel again in 2012. Matt Yocum was the host of the series before originally ending in 2004. The program, when it started mainly showed races from CBS that spans from 1979 to 2000. One of the races that they have shown were the Daytona 500 races from 1979 all the way to 2000. Also, they showed races from Talladega Superspeedway from the summer. The last race that was shown was the 2000 Pepsi 400 in 2004. In the spring of 2009, the series returned after a five year hiatus and started off with the 2006 Food City 500 at Bristol where Kurt Busch earned his first win with car owner Roger Penske and remembered when Jeff Gordon pushed Matt Kenseth after being spun out late in the race. Several months later, Gordon took out Kenseth at Chicagoland Speedway, which was shown later in 2009. Since its return, they have shown recent runnings of the weekend's race, which expands from 2003 to 2008's event. Speed now shows races from Fox, TNT, ESPN, ABC and NBC. On February 15, 2010, it featured the first non-cup race ever on NASCAR Classics which witness the first race of the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series season at Daytona.

Carson's Comedy Classics

Carson's Comedy Classics was a stripped 1/2 hour syndicated television show that was first released to U.S. television stations in 1983. The program was made from segments and sketches taken from the first 20 years of The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson. Johnny Carson's full tenure on the program, which originally aired on the NBC Television Network, was from 1962 to 1992. The series is narrated by Ed McMahon, who, as a voiceover, introduces the program and each of the segments. When Carson would have his annual Tonight Show Anniversary Show in prime time on NBC, the anniversary shows were mainly flashback clip shows, and it was usually the same vintage sketches which got the showcase on the shows, but Carson's Comedy Classics show that there were many classic sketches and segments that have never been seen since the original airing that had at least still existed by 1982-1983, and many of the sketches and segments in Carson's Comedy Classics have never been released on DVD either. Another note about the anniversary shows is that the popularity of them were probably the catalyst which spearheaded the creation of Carson's Comedy Classics, which is essentially a classic clip show edited down to a half an hour.

Animated Hero Classics 1991

Animated Hero Classics is an educational Animated television series of programs co-produced by Nest Family Entertainment and Warner Bros. The series, geared toward elementary school aged children, includes twenty biographies of both female and male scientists, inventors, explorers, and social champions from around Europe, North America and the Middle East, including George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Florence Nightingale, Harriet Tubman, Joan of Arc, Benjamin Franklin, Helen Keller, Marco Polo, Marie Curie and Louis Pasteur. The Children's Television Act of 1990 required terrestrial television networks to devote time to Educational and Informative programming for children. Even though Warner Bros' cable networks were not directly affected by these requirements, these programs were debuted on their HBO network's Saturday morning children's block as a show of good faith that the network was committed to quality educational programming for children. The dramatic biographies were meticulously researched by the producers and written to engage both children and adults, providing an entertaining and accessible way to learn about the positive impact that these women and men have had on our world.

Great Comedy Classics

Great Comedy Classics is an Australian television programme compiled by the Seven Network, which screens episodes of classic British comedies. It is hosted by former Hey Hey It's Saturday comedian, Russell Gilbert. It was first broadcast in October 2006 and still runs.

Festival of Family Classics 1972

Festival of Family Classics was a Rankin/Bass animated series that originally aired between 1972 and 1973. It was re-aired 1 November 2005 on the Boomerang and 16 June 2011 Teletoon Retro network. Festival Of Family Classics is a series of television versions of famous folk tales and classic literature. 16 of the 18 stories were a half-hour long. The hour-long episodes were split into two-parters. Videos of them have been distributed by several companies, including Anchor Bay, Star Maker Video and EBM Group. 10 episodes have been released on DVD.

Condensed Classics with Dave Shaw

Condensed Classics was a television show that aired on the Canadian Channel Movieola. Although only 25 episodes were produced, the show was run and rerun on Movieola, and later on its sister station Silver Screen Classics. The program was aired as late as April 2013 on Silver Screen Classics, usually late on Saturday nights.