A documentary about ten very different lives connected by having appeared onscreen wearing masks or helmets in Star Wars.
Bonus disc from Kissology I. Kiss live at Cobo Hall, Detroit, MI, January 25, 1976
Shanghai 1976 is a moving story that tells the tale of a forbidden love and of the loss of innocence in Shanghai, China, in the turbulent year 1976. Four young people come of age and fall in love against the backdrop of political and historical events. Their heritage reflects Shanghai's cosmopolitan history. Two Eurasian girls, sisters, meet and fall in love with two Chinese men. As their lives become more entangled, they find themselves ostracized. While the Great Cultural Revolution unravels around them, these four begin to dream new dreams, to reach for freedom and to nurture hope for a brighter future.
Documentary about the 1976 game Fluminense x Corinthians.
Live 1976 is a live video by the American hard rock band Blue Öyster Cult, released in 1991 in Europe by Castle Communications on VHS, 15 years after the recording that is on the tape. It was recorded in suburban Maryland (The Washington, DC Metro area) during the tour for their Agents of Fortune album and included the same lineup that was featured on that album. The concert was also released as a live album on CD, with the same track listing.
Burt Sugarman's The Midnight Special 1976 Dvd! Live on stage in 1976: Elton John (Your Song), Hot Chocolate (You Sexy Thing), Fleetwood Mac (Over My Head), Diana Ross (Love Hangover), Tom Jones (Delilah), Donna Summer (Love To Love You Baby), Wild Cherry (Play That Funky Music), Ray Charles (Georgia On My Mind), Heart (Magic Man), George Benson (Masquerade), Janis Ian (At Seventeen), and many more!
Faces 1976–1996 is a short film made by Australian artist Sue Ford.
Kiss at The Summit, Houston, TX, USA Detroit Rock City King of the Night Time World Let Me Go, Rock 'N' Roll Strutter Hotter Than Hell Shout It Out Loud Cold Gin Guitar Solo Nothin' to Lose
Live in Dortmund
Kiss Live Anaheim California, August 20, 1976 during their famous Destroyer tour.
The thank you Australia concert.
The agriculture reforming process, after the 1974 revolution, is seen through an analysis of the social structures and class struggles of the Portuguese society.
Kiss live 1976, Cobo Hall Detroit
A reconstructed view of the surroundings I had as a child. I place the camera in the space at different levels corresponding to different stages in my life as I grew up. Constant camera movements show objects from extreme close-up, a perspective alien to the eye opening up a microcosm which remains hidden to the normal observer.
Lynyrd Skynyrd - Live 1976
A historical look at the news events which occured during 1976.
From the German television archives, a musical gem: Al Jarreau performing thirteen songs live in a Hamburg television studio (originally broadcast on December 3, 1976). With stunning sense of nuance, humor, improvisation and dynamics he interprets songs like "Your Song" by Elton John and "Take Five" by Paul Desmond. Al is accompanied by Tom Canning (keyboards), Jerome Rimson (bass), and Nigel Wilkinson (drums). The Al Jarreau show is anything but boring -- ingenious, brilliant and timeless, and a real rarity. · Analogue tapes have been used as source for the recordings on this DVD. Tracklist: 1. To Be (3:49) 2. Letter Perfect (4:55) 3. Your Song (6:33) 4. Take Five (8:11) 5. Susan's Song (7:01) 6. Shiny Stockings (5:32) 7. You Don't See Me (6:48) 8. Aladdin's Lamp (5:05) 9. Somebody's Watching You (4:15) 10. Lock All The Gates (6:01) 11. Band intro (1:38) 12. Sweet Potato Pie (8:27) 13. We Got By (6:52) 14. Spirit (7:22) 15. Credits (0:36)
Jaco Pastorius Trilogue with Albert Mangelsdorff and Alphonse Mouzon. Recorded live at the Berlin Jazz Days, 6 November 1976 at the Berlin Philharmonic. Albert Mangelsdorff – trombone, Alphonse Mouzon – drums, Jaco Pastorius – bass 1) Foreign Fun 2) Accidental Meeting 3) Zores Mores 4) Trilogue 5) Portrait Of Tracy 6) Trio Song 7) Ant Steps on an Elephant's Toe
The New Avengers is a British secret agent fantasy adventure television series produced during 1976 and 1977. It is a sequel to the 1960s series, The Avengers and was developed by original series producers Albert Fennell and Brian Clemens. The series was produced by The Avengers Enterprises Ltd for the ITV network, cost £125,000 per episode to produce at Pinewood Studios in England and was seen in 120 countries. A joint United Kingdom-France-Canada production, the series picks up the adventures of John Steed as he and his team of "Avengers" fight evil plots and world domination. Whereas in the original series Steed had almost always been partnered with a woman, in the new series he had two partners: Mike Gambit, a top agent, crack marksman and trained martial artist, and Purdey, a former trainee with The Royal Ballet who was an amalgam of many of the best talents from Steed's female partners in The Avengers.
After fully recovering from her near fatal bout of bionic rejection, Jaime Sommers, the first female cyborg, is assigned to spy missions of her own.