Les Patterson Saves the World 1987

Fat middle aged 24/7 drunkard Les Patterson represents Australia at the UN where his fart literally incinerates an Arab ambassador. Patterson is reassigned to the Middle East so he can be tortured to death by the country he insulted. Patterson's arrival is the prefect distract of a coup and he is spared. At a bar Patterson meets a bio weapons scientist who's developed a horrific disease for the KGB whom plan to distribute it to the Pentagon via toilet seats. Patterson of course is far too drunk to understand anything happening and teams up with Dane Edna to save the world.

Lachlan Patterson: Live at Venice Beach 2016

Lachlan Patterson, known for his scalpel-sharp wit, shares his musings about make-up, mugshots & more. He brings his hour to the town he loves and calls home; Venice Beach.

Ali vs Patterson I 1965

Since being defeated twice by Sonny Liston, Floyd Patterson had rebuilt both his career and his confidence. Ali did not take Patterson lightly. The prevailing climate in America was against him. Floyd was seen as the white-establishments choice for champion. Patterson had said he was going to win the title back “for America.” This infuriated Ali, who took the remark to mean that as a Muslim he was somehow not American.

Ali vs Patterson II 1972

Madison Square Garden, New York, 20th September, 1972. The rematch with Floyd Patterson drew a gate of 17,000 at the Garden even though a 37 year old Patterson had been beaten by Jimmy Ellis in Ali's exile period. A pre fight appearance by Joe Frazier in the ring seemed to energize Muhammad Ali more than the prospect of beating up Floyd Patterson for the second time. Ali's attempts to rile Frazier were ignored with Frazier smiling as Ali pretended to be restrained by his corner men.

Patterson-Gimlin Film 1967

Also known as the “Patterson-Gimlin Film”, it is a famous shot of something resembling the famous creature called “Bigfoot” or “Sasquatch”. Critics are divided over the authenticity of the creature seen in this short film, which is probably the most famous concerning this argument.

James Patterson's Murder of a Small Town 2016

Acclaimed author James Patterson looks at two rural communities in Florida, Pahokee and Belle Glade, which have been abandoned by industry and largely ignored by affluent coastal communities to the east.

Alex Cross 2012

After Washington DC detective Alex Cross is told that a family member has been murdered, he vows to track down the killer. He soon discovers that she was not his first victim and that things are not what they seem.

1st to Die 2003

A homicide inspector -- Lindsay Boxer -- who teams with three other professional women to catch an ingenious serial killer targeting newlyweds on their wedding nights.

Bob Patterson 2001

Bob Patterson is a 2001 television sitcom starring and written by Jason Alexander and Ira Steven Behr. It was directed by Robby Benson and Barnet Kellman. The show debuted on ABC on October 2, 2001 and the final episode aired October 31, 2001. The show was cancelled after five episodes aired.

Butch Patterson: Private Dick 1999

Butch Patterson: Private Dick is a Canadian serial comedy television series centering around the seedy exploits of a self-described premature ejaculating, alcoholic, kleptomaniac, sexually deviant private detective played by Canadian actor/comedian Greg Lawrence. The series had a three season run, airing on The Comedy Network. Although the show was not a critical or commercial success, it maintains a small cult following. After the series' initial run, reruns were featured on the now defunct CBC Country Canada. Since then, all three original seasons have been released on DVD.