Kiss: TV Collection 1974-1976 1976

Rare TV appearance and TV clips from era 1974 - 1976 ABC In Concert, Mike Douglas Show, The Midnight Special. Promoc Videos, Cadillac High School etc

1976 NSWRFL Grand Final: Sea Eagles vs Eels 1976

Manly's win was a triumph for the powerful triumvirate of Fulton, coach Frank Stanton and Secretary Ken Arthurson who would all go on to higher honours in the game. For Stanton, it was his first success in a coaching career which was to bring two premierships and two Ashes-winning Kangaroo tours. Arthurson had brought to the club players of a calibre to enable five Grand Final appearances in the 1970s for four victories. He would go on to become the Chairman of the New South Wales Rugby League and later the Australian Rugby League.

The Rolling Stones - Live In Knebworth 1976

KNEBWORTH 1976 1. Little Red Rooster 2. Wild Horses 3. Star Star 4. Midnight Rambler 5. Route 66 6. Hony Tonk Women 7. Country Honk Theme 8. Tumbling Tice 9. Jumping Jack Flash 10. Street Fighting Man PROMO VIDEOS 11. Aint Too Proud To Beg 12. Angie 13. Silver Train 14. Dancing With Mr D 15. Fool To Cry 16. Crazy Mama 17. Hey Negrita BONUS FOOTAGE KNEBWORTH 1976 18. Around And Around 19. Hot Stuff 20. You Got To Move

Neil Diamond : Live At the Greek Theatre 1976 1977

Neil Diamond gives a powerful and memorable performance at the packed Greek Theatre in Los Angeles in 1976, perhaps one of Neil’s great years. The show takes us back to a memorable time in pop music and in Neil Diamond’s career - while also giving us music that is as fresh and timeless today as it was then. The early hits are here, in rousing and intimate interpretations: ‘Cherry, Cherry,’ ‘Song Sung Blue,’ ‘Sweet Caroline,’ ‘I Am...I Said,’ ‘Cracklin’ Rosie,’ and more. But Neil also introduces songs from what was then his new album - and is now considered a classic - the benchmark ‘Beautiful Noise,’ produced by rocker Robbie Robertson. And Neil gets across the footlights, bringing the big audience to its feet, inciting clapping and singing along, and pulling two of the best-known stars of the era, singer Helen Reddy and the actor Henry Winkler (then an icon as TV’s ‘Fonzie’) up on stage to sing with him. An amazing trip back in time with one of our most enduring singers.

1976 FIA Formula One World Championship Season Review 1976

Formula One 1976 Review - Hunt for the Title is the DVD review of the 1976 Formula 1 season. This was the year when Britain's James Hunt, in the McLaren, amazingly clinched the Formula One Drivers Championship during the final Grand Prix of the season in Japan. The reigning Champion, Niki Lauda in the Ferrari, started the 1976 season as the favourite for the Championship. His nearest rival, Emerson Fittipaldi, made the patriotic switch from McLaren to the Brazilian funded Copersucar team. This left a hole at McLaren... it was filled by the ambitious British hopeful with the playboy image, James Hunt, to set the scene for a dramatic season of racing.

Feeling Good About America: The 1976 Presidential Election 2016

By 1976 the turmoil of the 1960s and scandal of the Nixon presidency was behind us, and Americans were ready to be normal again. A new feeling was sweeping coast to coast as people pulled together to celebrate the nation’s bicentennial and to select a new president who could help close the book on an awful decade. Feeling Good About America tells the story of the 1976 presidential election where then-former California Governor Ronald Reagan, little known Georgia Governor Jimmy Carter and incumbent President Gerald Ford battled for our nation’s highest office.

MLB Vintage World Series Films - Cincinnati Reds (1975, 1976, 1990) 2007

The 1975 Fall Classic matched the Reds against the Boston Red Sox in a seven-act performance that enthralled the nation. After an extra-innings defeat in Game 6 the night before, the Reds trailed 3-0 in Game 7, but like true champions, they battled back to win the game and take home the series. The taut drama of the previous season's finale was replaced by an awesome display of professionalism and dominance in the 1976 World Series as the Reds swept the star-struck New York Yankees. Fourteen years later, the Reds again swept their opponent, but this time it was a significant upset. The defending champion Oakland Athletics were out-pitched and out-played over four games as the Red Legs completed their wire-to-wire season with their fifth championship in franchise history.

Chet Atkins: Rare Performances 1976-1995

With a collection of performances from the latter part of his landmark career, this compilation features guitar icon Chet Atkins exploring a wide variety of genres and styles, from folk rock to soft pop and progressive funk. Winner of more than a dozen Grammy Awards, Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Atkins is one of the most influential guitarists of all time, renowned for his legendary fingerstyle technique and trailblazing Nashville sound.

The Boomtown Rats on Film 1976–1986: Someone's Looking At You 2005

Someone's Looking at You features 15 promotional videos including 'She's So Modern', 'I Don't Like Mondays', 'Banana Republic' & 'Tonight' plus 'On a Night Like This'. Concert footage which includes the tracks 'Lucky', 'Neon Heart', 'Drag Me Down', 'Lookin After No. 1' and more plus extra footage of various material including ' the Music Machine' (1977), 'News Flash' (1980), 'Keep It Up' (live), and so many more performances and extras.

1976 NSWRFL Grand Final: Manly Warringah Sea Eagles vs Parramatta Eels 1976

Manly's win was a triumph for the powerful triumvirate of Fulton, coach Frank Stanton and Secretary Ken Arthurson who would all go on to higher honours in the game. For Stanton, it was his first success in a coaching career which was to bring two premierships and two Ashes-winning Kangaroo tours. Arthurson had brought to the club players of a calibre to enable five Grand Final appearances in the 1970s for four victories. He would go on to become the Chairman of the New South Wales Rugby League and later the Australian Rugby League.

George Harrison: The Dark Horse Years 1976-1992 2004

Former Beatle George Harrison has had many artistic incarnations. This video includes performance footage from Harrison's 1991 tour in Japan with Eric Clapton, seven music videos and interview footage, plus a special bonus of three songs (performed by Harrison himself) from the movie he produced, Shanghai Surprise, starring Madonna and Sean Penn. Tracks include "This Song," "Crackerbox Palace," "Got My Mind Set on You," "Taxman" and more.

The Ritz 1976

On his deathbed Carmine Vespucci's father tells him to "get Proclo". With "the hit" on, Gaetano tells a cab driver to take him where Carmine can't find him. He arrives at the Ritz, a gay bathhouse.

The Snake Prince 1976

Snake Prince (Ti Lung) is wandering with his snake buddies when he happens upon a beautiful maiden (Lin Chen-Chi) singing a prayer for rain. The song soon turns into a funky dance with the whole drought-blighted village, so the prince and his pals assume human form and join the party. The prince is so smitten with the maiden that he offers to share the snakes' river with the village if he can marry her. The villagers aren't too fond on the idea of marrying off their No. 1 babe to a snake, prince or no, but they really do need that water. (MrBooth/HKMDB)