Robert Osbourne hosts this television special, in which many trailers for Humphrey Bogart's films are presented here to show how he established himself in Hollywood. Trailers featured are for films that he had tiny roles in as well as starring roles.
Documentary about Humphrey Jennings, an English documentary filmmaker from the 1930s to 1950.
Jewel broke on to the national scene in 1995, presenting a softer, more compassionate sound, which differed greatly from some of the other top female singers who were breaking at the same time, notably Fiona Apple and Alanis Morissette. Her debut Pieces of You sold millions, based on the strength of the singles "Who Will Save Your Soul" and "You Were Meant For Me". Spirit followed in 1998, featuring the smash hit "Hands", proving that Jewel was no one record wonder. On "Live At Humphrey's" Jewel mixes in rare gems such as "Rosy and Mick" and "Everything Breaks Sometime" with many of her hits. Shot in August 2001 in support of the This Way album, Jewel's first-ever live DVD showcases her folk rock style at its absolute finest.
Here's Humphrey is an Australian children's television series first aired on Monday 24 May 1965 on the Nine Network. It featured a character known as Humphrey B. Bear. In the early days Humphrey was known as Bear Bear and was named Humphrey B. Bear as the result of an on-air competition. Here's Humphrey has become one of the most successful programs for pre-schoolers in Australia.
Colonel Humphrey Flack is an American sitcom which ran Wednesdays at 9pm ET from October 7, 1953 to July 2, 1954 on the DuMont Television Network, then revived from 1958 to 1959 for first-run syndication. The series also aired under the titles The Fabulous Fraud, The Adventures of Colonel Flack, and The Imposter.