M-G-M presents four acts from the vaudeville stages in this early sound short.
One of the short little films featuring Don Aspiazu of his own orchestra, a good example of the style of Cubano jazz in the 1920's and 1930's, combined with some sporadic, picturesque images of contemporary Cuba.
Ninth Ward musician and inventor Mr. Quintron shows off his new instrument, the Drum Buddy, with the help of some friends.
A musical short starring, Zelda Santley and Victor Pelle.
Privates 91 and 87 once again end up in goofy predicaments when an important map belonging to the regiment goes missing.
A Paramount musical short in which the Vincent Lopez Orchestra performs "St. Louis Blues."
Helen Ware, an artist's model, known as the Brown Venus is sad, discouraged and unhappy. When her men friends learn that she often poses nude, they try to become unduly "friendly" or just shun her, with the result that a beautiful girl with the figure of a Goddess finds herself without a lover. In desperation, she goes to a notorious night club and is later seen about to start on the downward trail.
This film captures a bit of their environment, which includes the Lower East Side, the Waldorf Astoria, the MacDougal Street scene, police harassment, show biz, humanity, their audiences and the film-maker.
Document of 1960's rock-and-roll cult band The Godz. Contains footage of a few mid-60's performances as well as candid footage of the band.
Fields of Desolation, Diva Satanica, Beast of Man, Black Earth, Tears of the Dead, Dark Insanity, Eureka, Sinister Mephisto, Bury Me an Angel, Bridge of Destiny
I Will Sing is an album of Christian worship music recorded by Don Moen. Recorded live in the CBN studios in Virginia Beach, Virginia, the Christian Contemporary album was produced by Paul Mills, and includes the vocals of Lenny LeBlanc and guitar by Chris Rodriguez. The album also includes narrations that contain Bible verses. The video and the DVD are the same recording of this album.
Radical Act, a feature-length (and vintage) documentary about the contribution of female artists to the 1990's punk scene.
This tragic story revolves around the licentious Duke of Mantua, his hunch-backed court jester Rigoletto, and Rigoletto's beautiful daughter Gilda. The opera's original title, La maledizione (The Curse), refers to the curse placed on both the Duke and Rigoletto by a courtier whose daughter had been seduced by the Duke with Rigoletto's encouragement. The curse comes to fruition when Gilda likewise falls in love with the Duke and eventually sacrifices her life to save him from the assassins hired by her father.
An anthology of surreal films by Patrick McGuinn featuring Vincent, a puppet who is obsessed with Twinkies and pasta.