A biopic about the eminent composer Sir Arnold Bax.
Category: TV Movie
Television movie based on the autobiography of Patty Duke. Tells the story of her turbulent life as a child star and adult actress, and of her ultimate triumph over mental illness.
Biographical film about televangelists Jim and Tammy Bakker chronicles their rise in the religious arena and their ultimate fall in 1987 after Jim’s 1980 dalliance with Jessica Hahn which came to light and their mismanagement of funding of their PTL ministries.
Jackie Robinson “J.R.” Cooper is a kid who loves baseball, and also the son of a former major leaguer now down on his luck (and now a vendor working the stands at games). J.R. parlays his baseball knowledge into becoming manager of the San Diego Padres and leading them to the World Series.
Nolie has just turned twenty-one but is mentally challenged, and acts more like eight. One day Nolie visits his beloved grandfather in a rest home and is horrified at how the old man has deteriorated, vegetating in his wheelchair. He realizes that this is partly due to the medication the nurses are giving him. Nolie decides that he must rehabilitate Grandpa himself, since no one else cares. Furthermore, he and Grandpa must keep their project a secret. It’s a job for a man, and time for Nolie to become one.
The wife of a Malaysian planter kills an employee of her husband one night, but her motive begins to appear not entirely truthful.
After her son Georgie is paralyzed in a diving accident, feisty divorcee Anna Lerner vows never to take a moment’s rest until she finds a cure for her boy’s affliction. Ultimately, Anna moves herself, Georgie and her “normal” son to a new town, there to commiserate with pioneering neurosurgeon David Decker, who agrees to an experimental spinal-cord operation that may or may not enable Georgie to walk again. Throughout the experience, Anna must not only spar with the skeptical medical community and an insensitive insurance company, but also with the resentment seething within her other son Ben, who feels neglected and forgotten.
In this made-for-TV comedy adapted from the once-popular TV series The Munsters, Herman Munster and his wife Lily learn that they are no longer welcome in Transylvania, so they relocate to California with their children Eddie and Marilyn as well as Grandpa. As the Munsters try to adjust to their new life in laid-back, sunny Los Angeles, they’re faced with a crisis — Marilyn not only discovers she’s adopted but that her biological father has disappeared.