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  • Terry L Parker
    Scroll all the way thru for UPDATES! Graphic version of this and more also at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/TerryLiberty/ At The Center Of The Storm Ex-CIA
    Message 1 of 1 , Apr 29, 2007
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      At The Center Of The Storm
      Ex-CIA Director George Tenet appears in his first network television interview to talk about what it was like as the head of the security agency during 9/11, the war on terror and the hunt for Osama bin Laden. He also tells Scott Pelley that the Bush Administration acted dishonorably when it used his famous "slam dunk" remark about WMD in Iraq to ruin his reputation and his career. |Text&StreamingMediaAt


      Four years ago on May 1, President Bush landed on the aircraft carrier USS Lincoln and delivered a speech in front of a giant "Mission Accomplished" banner. Despite profound questions and the increasing violence in Baghdad, many in the press confirmed the White House's claim that the war was won. How did they get it so wrong?
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      PBS Bill Moyers' Journal: Premier
      Jon Stewart discusses "The Daily Show" and why many viewers get their news and analysis from it. Also: blogger Joshua Micah Marshall (talkingpointsmemo.com) on the firing of eight U.S. attorneys; Italian investigative reporter Carlo Bonini ("Collusion: International Espionage and the War on Terror"). (2007.04.27)

      PBS Bill Moyers' Journal: Buying the War
      A new season of the series (which last aired in 1994) opens with a look at coverage of the run-up to the Iraq War by the mainstream media, whom critics have slammed for not sufficiently challenging Bush administration claims about Iraq's possession of WMDs and its possible links to Al Qaeda. Commenting are Dan Rather; Tim Russert ("Meet the Press"); Bob Simon of "60 Minutes"; former CNN president Walter Isaacson; and John Walcott, Jonathan Landay and Warren Strobel of McClatchy Newspapers. (2007.04.25)

      PBS Charlie Rose: 2007.04.27
      AmericaLiedIntoWar: 'Slam Dunk' George Tenet now says he was misconstrued.

      PBS Charlie Rose: 2007.04.24
      SpecialEdition: USA Prez George Bush on Iraq war, Atty Gen Gonzales and more

      PBS Charlie Rose: 2007.04.26
      Gen. David Petraeus, the commander of the multinational forces in Iraq, is interviewed.

      60Minutes: 2007.04.29
      (NOT on-line till Sun Nite) Scott Pelley interviews former CIA director George Tenet, who discusses the agency's "High Value Detainee" program and its "enhanced interrogation techniques"; Steve Kroft reports on whether mentally ill individuals should be allowed to own guns.

      Daily Show / Colbert Report: 2007.04.24
      DEBATES: Old Bush v Now Bush THEN Host Jon Stewart v Guest John McCain THEN Dr. Andrew Weil http://txliberty.dyndns.org/inetpub/wwwroot/webfiles/DSClbRpt070424debate.wmv

      Daily Show / Colbert Report: 2007.04.26
      Richard Gere and Tom Wolfe

      HBO Real Time with Bill Maher: 2007.04.27
      Interview guests: former U.S. attorney David Iglesias; Rep. Dennis Kucinich (D-Ohio). Panelists: actor Richard Belzer; commentator Lisa Schiffren; reporter Jamie Tarabay

      ABC Nightline: 2007.04.26
      Wanted in India: Richard Gere! Actor Richard Gere got himself in hot water over the last couple of days when he very publicly kissed a Bollywood movie star at an AIDS fundraiser in India. A high court there has called the series of kisses obscene and issued a warrant for his arrest. How did this public faux pas become a criminal case? ALSO Transgender Children & Barack Obama: School Days

      ABC Nightline: 2007.04.25
      Realty Check THEN Missile Defense in Alaska THEN Rosie's New View

      ABC theView: 2007.04.25
      Rosie to leave show THEN war stuff THEN Mia Farrow; Donny Osmond.

      ABC theView: 2007.04.27 911 Responders Sick
      (Excerpt 10 minutes) 911 NYC site responders, fraudulently assured of environmental saftey, exposed to toxins that have caused severe health problems

      PBS America at a Crossroads: 2007.04.17 (Download ONLY)

      Operation Homecoming: Writing the Wartime Experience:

      "Warriors" details the daily lives of U.S. soldiers in and around Baghdad during 2005.

      "Operation Homecoming: Writing the Wartime Experience" explores an NEA initiative in which noted authors led writing workshops for military personnel. Featured are comments from writers Tim O'Brien and James Salter, and dramatic readings of the soldiers' works by actors Josh Lucas, Aaron Eckhart and Blair Underwood.

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      HistoryChannel: Sherman's March
      Recalling Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman's infamous Civil War "March to the Sea" in 1864, in which he led a destructive five-week trek across Georgia from Atlanta to Savannah, ordering his troops to seize supplies and to burn homes, crops and livestock in an effort to break the South's infrastructure and morale. The documentary explores his complex legacy, as he remains a hero to many but is reviled in the South; and his tactics, which introduced the term "total war" due to their massive scale. (2007)

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      PBS Independent Lens: 2007.04.27
      "Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room" chronicles the rise and fall of the Houston-based energy giant via interviews, news reports and the company's own in-house videos. Written and directed by Alex Gibney. Based on a book by Bethany McLean and Peter Elkind. Narrated by Peter Coyote.

      AmericanExperience: Summer of Love (Download ONLY)
      "Summer of Love" recalls how, in 1967, San Francisco's Haight-Ashbury district became a mecca for young people seeking free music, free love and cosmic oneness, but quickly became home to rampant drug abuse, food shortages and STDs. Included: the cultural and social forces that spurred people to migrate to the Haight; and comments from music critic Joel Selvin, actor Peter Coyote and former mayor Willie Brown. (2007)

      PBS: the Sixties, Anti-Authoritarian Years that Shaped a Generation

      Young 'BabyBoomers' rebel against the waste, fraud & abuse of 'the establishment' of that day; including having been lied into the Vietnam war (sound familiar?)

      Info from TitanTV.com: This study recalls "one of those amazing moments in history," as sociologist Todd Gitlin calls the tumultuous decade, through clips of its signposts and commentary by 29 '60s veterans, ranging ideologically from Bobby Seale and Tom Hayden to Pat Buchanan and Judge Robert Bork. Other commentators include Henry Kissinger, Arlo Guthrie, Walter Cronkite, Daniel Ellsberg, Robert McNamara, Peter Coyote, Rev. Jesse Jackson, Norman Mailer and Edwin Meese. (2005)

      Info from PBS.org: It was a time when a generation rebelled and lost its innocence. From the Vietnam War to the struggle for racial equality to the birth of a counter-culture, the 1960s was a decade of change, experimentation and hope that transformed a nation. THE SIXTIES: THE YEARS THAT SHAPED A GENERATION traces the events of one of the most turbulent and influential periods of political and cultural change in the 20th century and the powerful impact forced on an entire generation. The documentary features revealing interviews with prominent figures of the era, including Barbara Ehrenreich, Daniel Ellsberg, Jesse Jackson, Tom Hayden, Arlo Guthrie, Henry Kissinger, Norman Mailer, Robert McNamara, Ed Meese III and Bobby Seale.

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      AmericanMasters: Joni Mitchell
      Woman of Heart and Mind: A profile of veteran singer-songwriter Joni Mitchell, who can "distill an experience or feeling and put it into song better than anybody," says David Crosby. The program includes performance footage (dating back to 1966), and interviews with Mitchell, James Taylor, Tom Rush, Herbie Hancock, Eric Anderson, New York Times critic Stephen Holden, David Geffen (her one-time agent), Larry Klein (a former husband) and ex-lover Graham Nash. (2003)

      the Fountainhead (Download ONLY)
      Ayn Rand's study of a brilliant architect (Gary Cooper) whose integrity allows no compromise in his work. Dominique: Patricia Neal. Wynand: Raymond Massey. Keating: Kent Smith. Cameron: Henry Hull. Toohey: Robert Douglas. Dean: Paul Stanton. Enright: Ray Collins. Directed by King Vidor. (1949)

      HistoryChannel: Black Aviators- Flying Free (Download ONLY)
      Classroom : Black aviation pioneers, including the Tuskegee Airmen; Eugene Bullard, who flew 20 combat missions in France and earned the country's highest military honor; and Bessie Coleman, the first black woman to pilot a plane, who opened a flight school for blacks. Also: Hubert Fauntleroy Julian, James Herman Banning and Frank Peterson. (2001)

      HistoryChannel: Ku Klux Klan
      (2 Parts)
      Part 1. Ku Klux Klan: A Secret History! Chronicling the growth of the "Invisible Empire," from its formation in 1866 through its many periods of reemergence. Included: footage of a modern-day cross burning and tape of the 1979 murders of five demonstrators in Greensboro, N.C. Narrator: D. Paul Thomas. (1998)
      Part 2. Tales of the FBI: The Bureau vs. the Klan! Examining the FBI's investigation into the Ku Klux Klan in the mid-1960s after a series of high-profile Klan murders. (2007)

      WiredTV: Science (Download ONLY)
      The magazine Wired comes to TV, where it explores stories from the worlds of science and technology; and examines their impact on business, culture and politics. (2007)

      PBS Boomer Century: 1946-2046
      The influence of the baby-boomer generation on American society is examined. Included: remarks by author Erica Jong, futurist Alvin Toffler, political analyst David Gergen, civil-rights activist Julian Bond, and directors Oliver Stone and Rob Reiner. Host: gerontologist Ken Dychtwald. (2007)

      Generation Next: Speak Up, Be Heard
      Journalist Judy Woodruff travels across the U.S. to interview young adults about their views on technology, social concerns and the future of the U.S. (2007)

      22ndCentury: World Wide Mind
      Debut: A speculative look at scientific advances over the next 100 years. First up: a theory that all willing human minds can be connected, like computers linked via the Internet. (2007.01.17)

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      Stargate SG-1: the Road Not Taken (Download ONLY)
      An experiment accidentally whisks Carter to a parallel Earth, where she is promptly tapped to defend the planet against an attack by the Ori (fraudulent authoritarians exploiting religious devotion), and unwittingly becomes a pawn in the 'marshal law' politics of 'President' Landry. David Hewlett. Don S. Davis. Cast & Credits: Ben Browder, Michael Shanks, Amanda Tapping, Christopher Judge, Beau Bridges (2007.04.27)

      Power (Download ONLY)
      Sidney Lumet essay on corruption, with Richard Gere as a savvy but unscrupulous political consultant. Julie Christie, Gene Hackman, Kate Capshaw. Billings: Denzel Washington. Hastings: E.G. Marshall. Claire: Beatrice Straight. Furman: Fritz Weaver. Sandard: Michael Learned. Cade: J.T. Walsh. Irene: E. Katherine Kerr. Cast & Credits: Richard Gere, Julie Christie, Gene Hackman, Kate Capshaw, Denzel Washington (1986)

      Path to War
      President Lyndon B. Johnson (Michael Gambon) watches his plans for a "Great Society" deteriorate as the war in Vietnam escalates. Robert McNamara: Alec Baldwin. Clark Clifford: Donald Sutherland. Lady Bird: Felicity Huffman. George Ball: Bruce McGill. McGeorge Bundy: Cliff DeYoung. Dean Rusk: John Aylward. Dick Goodwin: James Frain. Bill Moyers: Chris Eigeman. Directed by John Frankenheimer. (2002)

      the Fog of War: Eleven Lessons from the Life of Robert S. McNamara (Download ONLY)
      Errol Morris's powerful Oscar-winning documentary about Robert McNamara, who served as secretary of defense under Presidents Kennedy and Johnson. The film also examines U.S. foreign and military policy from World War II to Vietnam (2003)

      Born on the Fourth of July (Download ONLY)
      Oliver Stone's docudrama about paralyzed Vietnam vet Ron Kovic (Tom Cruise), who tries to reconcile memories of his idealistic youth with his post-war disillusionment. Kyra Sedgwick. Mr. Kovic: Raymond J. Barry. Mrs. Kovic: Caroline Kava. Charlie: Willem Dafoe. Steve: Jerry Levine. Timmy: Frank Whaley. Recruiting Sergeant: Tom Berenger. Martinez: Jason Gedrick. Marine Major: John Getz. Stone won a Best Director Oscar. (1989)

      Classic tale of wartime intrigue, with Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman sparking to "As Time Goes By." Capt. Renault: Claude Rains. Laszlo: Paul Henreid. Ugarte: Peter Lorre. Ferrari: Sydney Greenstreet. Maj. Strasser: Conrad Veidt. Sam: Dooley Wilson. Carl: S.Z. Sakall. Annina: Joy Page. Brandel: Helmut Dantine. Yvonne: Madeleine LeBeau. The film won Oscars for picture, screenplay and director Michael Curtiz. (1942)

      Play it Again, Sam
      Woody Allen stars in this adaptation of his Broadway hit about a neurotic writer. Linda: Diane Keaton. Dick: Tony Roberts. Humphrey Bogart: Jerry Lacy. Nancy: Susan Anspach. Sharon: Jennifer Salt. Julie: Joy Bang. Jennifer: Viva. Dream Sharon: Mari Fletcher. Herbert Ross directed. (1972)

      StarTrekTNG: We'll Always Have Paris (Download ONLY)
      Picard is reunited with his first love (Michelle Phillips) when the Enterprise rescues her husband, a scientist who breaks into another dimension while conducting time experiments. Manheim: Rod Loomis. Picard: Patrick Stewart. Crusher: Gates McFadden. Cast & Credits: Patrick Stewart, Gates McFadden, Rod Loomis, Michelle Phillips

      StarTrekTNG: Attached (Download ONLY)
      Picard and Dr. Crusher discover their true feelings for each other via a telepathic link when they become imprisoned together during a mission. Mauric: Robin Gammell. Lorin: Lenore Kasdorf. Riker: Jonathan Frakes (who also directed). Picard: Patrick Stewart. Cast & Credits: Patrick Stewart, Jonathan Frakes, Gates McFadden, Robin Gammell, Lenore Kasdorf

      Pride & Prejudice (Download ONLY)
      Sterling adaptation of Jane Austen's classic about love, marriage and class distinction in 18th-century England. Keira Knightley and Matthew Macfadyen star as Elizabeth Bennet and Mr. Darcy. Emma Thompson, who won an Oscar for Best Screenplay Adaptation for her reworking of Austen's "Sense and Sensibility," did an uncredited rewrite on the script. Cast & Credits: Keira Knightley, Matthew Macfadyen, Talulah Riley, Rosamund Pike, Jena Malone (2005)

      Moulin Rouge (Download ONLY)
      Musical romance set in 19th-century Paris with Nicole Kidman as a chanteuse and Ewan McGregor as the writer who loves her. Jim Broadbent, John Leguizamo, Richard Roxburgh, Kylie Minogue, Christine Anu, Kerry Walker, Natalie Jackson Mendoza, Caroline O'Connor, David Wenham. Directed by Baz Luhrmann. Cast & Credits: Nicole Kidman, Ewan McGregor, John Leguizamo, Jim Broadbent, Richard Roxburgh (2001)

      Urban Cowboy (Download ONLY)
      Popular country-western take on "Saturday Night Fever" about a good ol' boy (John Travolta) looking for love from atop a mechanical bull in a Houston honky-tonk. Debra Winger earned a Golden Globe nomination as Travolta's romantic interest. Based on a magazine article by Aaron Latham, who co-wrote the script with director James Bridges. Cast & Credits: John Travolta, Debra Winger, Scott Glenn, Madolyn Smith, Barry Corbin (1980)

      All Quiet on the Western Front (Download ONLY)
      A German youth experiences the horror and heartbreak of World War I. An early sound classic. Paul: Lew Ayres. Katczinsky: Louis Wolheim. Leer: Scott Kolk. Tjaden: Slim Summerville. Kemmerich: Ben Alexander. Albert: William Bakewell. Peter: Owen Davis. Himmelstoss: John Wray. Behm: Walter B. Rodgers. Mother: Beryl Mercer. Meyer: Edmund Breese. French Soldier: Raymond Griffith. Fine direction by Lewis Milestone. Cast & Credits: Lew Ayres, Louis Wolheim, Slim Summerville, Ben Alexander, John Wray (1930)

      the Garden of Allah (Download ONLY)
      A beautiful woman (Marlene Dietrich) meets a runaway monk (Charles Boyer) who's torn between love and religious loyalties. Basil Rathbone, Joseph Schildkraut, C. Aubrey Smith. De Trevignac: Alan Marshal. Mother Superior: Lucile Watson. Irena: Tilly Losch. Diviner: John Carradine. Beautiful but obscurely told. Directed by John Cromwell. Cast & Credits: Marlene Dietrich, Charles Boyer, Basil Rathbone, Joseph Schildkraut, C. Aubrey Smith (1936)

      Freejack (Download ONLY)
      Emilio Estevez as a race-car driver transported to the future for a mind transplant. Vacendak: Mick Jagger. Julie: Rene Russo. McCandless: Anthony Hopkins. Michelette: Jonathan Banks. Brad: David Johansen. Nun: Amanda Plummer. Boone: Grand L. Bush. Directed by Geoff Murphy. Cast & Credits: Emilio Estevez, Mick Jagger, Rene Russo, Anthony Hopkins, Jonathan Banks (1992)

      Frank Herbert's `Dune' the Children of Part 1 of 3 (Download ONLY)
      2hrs Part 1 of three: (recording missed first five minutes of Dune due to Scifi channel extension of prior show, then join 2hr Dune episode already in progress) Paul Atreides (Alec Newman) grows disillusioned with power as his enemies plot against him, especially his predecessor's daughter (Susan Sarandon). Alia: Daniela Amavia. Princess Irulan: Julie Cox. Stilgar: Steven Berkoff. Duncan: Edward Atterton. Cast & Credits: Alec Newman, Susan Sarandon, Daniela Amavia, Edward Atterton, Steven Berkoff (2003)

      Frank Herbert's `Dune' the Children of Part 2 of 3 (Download ONLY)
      2hrs Part 2 of three: Alia (Daniela Amavia) becomes the regent Arrakis, but her mental instability sparks political chaos; Wensicia targets twins Leto and Ghanima, who escape into the desert in search of the "Golden Path." Leto: James McAvoy. Ghanima: Jessica Brooks. Lady Jessica: Alice Krige. Duncan: Edward Atterton. Stilgar: Steven Berkoff. Princess Wensicia: Susan Sarandon. Cast & Credits: Alec Newman, Susan Sarandon, Daniela Amavia, Edward Atterton, Steven Berkoff (2003)

      Frank Herbert's `Dune' the Children of Part 3 of 3 (Download ONLY)
      2hrs Part 3 of 3, Conclusion: Baron Harkonnen's goading intensifies Alia's growing madness as Arrakis spirals into chaos; Wensicia tries to ally with Jessica; Leto awakens to his destiny. Baron Harkonnen: Ian McNiece. Princess Wensicia: Susan Sarandon. Stilgar: Steven Berkoff. Leto: James McAvoy. Ghanmia: Jessica Brooks. Lady Jessica: Alice Krige. Alia: Daniela Amavia. Cast & Credits: Alec Newman, Susan Sarandon, Daniela Amavia, Edward Atterton, Steven Berkoff (2003)

      StarTrek: 00 Series Debut! Where No Man Has Gone Before
      On a probe beyond the galaxy, the Enterprise encounters an unknown force that transforms two crew members into superior beings determined to take over the ship. Mitchell: Gary Lockwood. Elizabeth: Sally Kellerman. Spock: Leonard Nimoy. Scott: James Doohan. Kirk: William Shatner. Cast & Credits: William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, James Doohan, Gary Lockwood, Sally Kellerman

      StarTrek: the Trouble with Tribbles
      Kirk, assigned to protect a grain shipment, finds that he has trouble with "tribbles": balls of purring fluff that live on grain and are incredibly prolific. William Campbell reprised his role as the Klingon Koloth in an episode of "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine." Baris: William Schallert. Arne Darvin: Charlie Brill. Jones: Stanley Adams. Koloth: William Campbell. Admiral Fitzpatrick: Michael Pataki. Mr. Lurry: Whit Bissell. Ens. Freeman: Ed Reimers. McCoy: DeForest Kelley. Spock: Leonard Nimoy. Kirk: William Shatner. Scott: James Doohan. Chekov: Walter Koenig. Cast & Credits: William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, DeForest Kelley,James Doohan, William Schallert, Stanley Adams

      StarTrekTNG: Relics (Download ONLY)
      After encountering the wreck of a starship that crashed 75 years ago, the Enterprise crew discovers a survivor suspended in the transporter system---Montgomery "Scotty" Scott (James Doohan). Rager: Lanei Chapman. Kane: Erick Weiss. La Forge: LeVar Burton. Troi: Marina Sirtis. Cast & Credits: James Doohan, Lanei Chapman, Erick Weiss, LeVar Burton, Marina Sirtis (added 2007.04.03)

      Gulliver's Travels (Download ONLY)
      (Parts 1 & 2 of 2) Part 1 of two: The adventures of a shipwrecked 18th-century physician (Ted Danson) begin among militaristic little people and enlightened giants. Mary: Mary Steenburgen. Lilliput Emperor: Peter O'Toole. Dr. Bates: James Fox. Brobdingnag Queen: Alfre Woodard. Grultrud: Ned Beatty. Drunlo: Edward Woodward. Clustril: Nicholas Lyndhurst. Gen. Limtoc: Edward Fox. Charles Sturridge directed. Based on Jonathan Swift's book. Cast & Credits: Ted Danson, Mary Steenburgen, Peter O'Toole, James Fox, Alfre Woodard Part 2, Conclusion: Gulliver (Ted Danson) lives among pseudointellectuals on an island in the sky, and, back on earth, converses with horses that can reason in a land where humans can't. Sorcerer: Omar Sharif. Empress: Geraldine Chaplin. Mary Gulliver: Mary Steenburgen. Dr. Bates: James Fox. Tom: Thomas Sturridge. Professor of Sunshine: John Gielgud. Dr. Pannell: Robert Hardy. Dr. Pritchard: Edward Petherbridge. Rajah: Shashi Kapoor. Charles Sturridge
      directed. Cast & Credits: Ted Danson, Mary Steenburgen, Omar Sharif, Geraldine Chaplin, James Fox (1996)

      High Noon (Download ONLY)
      (playback upgraded 2007.04.28) Gary Cooper won an Oscar as a sheriff left on his own by a hamlet to combat four vengeful killers. Beautifully directed by Fred Zinnemann. Grace Kelly, Thomas Mitchell, Lloyd Bridges, Katy Jurado, Otto Kruger, Lon Chaney Jr., Henry (Harry) Morgan, Lee Van Cleef, Harry Shannon, Ian MacDonald. Brilliantly scored by Dmitri Tiomkin (who won an Oscar). The editing and theme song also earned Oscars. (1952)

      Spider-Man (Download ONLY)
      High-flying adaptation of the Marvel Comics adventures of a nerdy high-schooler (Tobey Maguire) who is transformed into a web-spinning vigilante. Kirsten Dunst costars as the superhero's love interest. The film was nominated for Oscars for Best Visual Effects and Best Sound. Directed by Sam Raimi. Cast & Credits: Tobey Maguire, Kirsten Dunst, Willem Dafoe, James Franco, Cliff Robertson (2002)

      American Graffiti (Download ONLY)
      George Lucas co-wrote and directed this acclaimed music-packed comedy-drama about teenage life in 1962 California, starring Richard Dreyfuss and Ron Howard. The impressive ensemble cast also includes Harrison Ford, Cindy Williams and Mackenzie Phillips. Look for Suzanne Somers as the elusive blonde in the T-Bird. The film was nominated for five Oscars, including Best Picture. Francis Ford Coppola produced. Cast & Credits: Richard Dreyfuss, Ron Howard, Paul Le Mat, Cindy Williams, Harrison Ford (1973)

      the Doors (Download ONLY)
      Oliver Stone's surreal, extensive and hallucinatory portrait of the 1960s rock band. Val Kilmer is brilliant as the group's charismatic lead singer, Jim Morrison. Meg Ryan, Kyle MacLachlan. Kilmer ably reproduces Morrison's vocals on classic Doors hits, including "The End" and "Moonlight Drive." Stone has a cameo as a film professor; Crispin Glover appears briefly as Andy Warhol. Cast & Credits: Val Kilmer, Meg Ryan, Kevin Dillon, Kyle MacLachlan, Frank Whaley (1991)

      British Beat (Download ONLY)
      PBS: Classic 1960s British music Invasion acts perform their hits. Petula Clark, who hosts, sings "Downtown"; Peter and Gordon offer up "A World Without Love" and "I Go to Pieces"; Rod Argent and Colin Blunstone of the Zombies perform "Time of the Season" and "She's Not There"; and the Troggs deliver "Wild Thing." Other performers include Lulu ("To Sir With Love"); Wayne Fontana ("Game of Love"); Mike Pender's Searchers ("Needles & Pins"); Denny Laine ("Go Now"); and Procol Harum ("A Whiter Shade of Pale"). (2007)

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