The series begins with Jeremy, Richard and James embarking on a monster three-part US road trip which starts with America's greatest driving road and ends with a race through New York. Later in the series Jeremy subjects the Skoda Yeti to a remarkably thorough road test while James May makes a rare visit to the test track in the insane Aerial Atom V8. The boys also head to Albania to test the super luxurious Rolls-Royce Ghost, a Mercedes S65 AMG and a rather unusual Bentley Mulsanne; back home, they discover some of the unusual pitfalls to watch out for when buying second hand convertibles. And Jeremy races the new Jaguar XJ against something even bigger and more powerfulâ€“the rotation of the Earth itself. "Celebrities in a Reasonably Priced Car" include standup comedian John Bishop, tennis legend Boris Becker, Jonathan Ross, Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, and Amber Heard.
Run Time: 348
Release Date: 8/9/2011
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Manufacturer: BBC Home Entertainment
Top Gear 16 (Blu-Ray)The series begins with Jeremy, Richard and James embarking on a monster three-part US road trip which starts with America's greatest driving road and ends with a race through New York. Later in the series Jeremy subjects the Skoda Yeti to a remarkably thorough road test while James May makes a rare visit to the test track in the insane Aerial Atom V8. The boys also head to Albania to test the super luxurious Rolls-Royce Ghost, a Mercedes S65 AMG and a rather unusual Bentley Mulsanne; back home, they discover some of the unusual pitfalls to watch out for when buying second hand convertibles. And Jeremy races the new Jaguar XJ against something even bigger and more powerfulâ€“the rotation of the Earth itself. "Celebrities in a Reasonably Priced Car" include standup comedian John Bishop, tennis legend Boris Becker, Jonathan Ross, Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, and Amber Heard.]]>
Da Ali G Show: Da Compleet Seereez (REPACKAGE/DVD)This November 3rd everyone will be talking about the movie "Borat." This hilarious film (released by Fox), takes us on an adventure with the controversial Khazakhstani reporter as he travels America in search of love. Borat, born from HBO's Da Ali G Show, is a great opportunity for Da Ali G Show on DVD. Don't let your customers miss out on the opportunity to sell this DVD. We are introducing this Collector's Edition DVD which contains the complete series of HBO?s Da Ali G Show, all 12 episodes in a "blinged out" special edition box.]]>
Thanks for the Memories: The Bob Hope Specials (11-DVD Collection) - Time Life
Manufacturer: Time Life
Official Time Life TV Release - 24 Hours on 11 DVDs. 23 Bob Hope Specials, including 11 that have not been seen since their original broadcasts, including guest stars John Wayne, Bing Crosby, Raquel Welch, Lucille Ball, Desi Arnaz, Jack Benny, Don Rickles, Barbra Streisand, George Burns, Dean Martin, Ann-Margret, and many others. 32-page memory book commemorating Bob Hope's life and career with rare photos and stories. Bonus DVD: The Dean Martin Celebrity Roasts featuring the roast of Bob Hope by Jimmy Stewart, Jack Benny, Milton Berle, Don Rickles, John Wayne, and many more. Bonus Features including Memories of World War II with Bob and colleagues looking back at the war and Shanks for the Memory, showcasing Bob's love of golf with historic clips.
The Ricky Gervais Show: The Complete First SeasonFrom the Creators of 'The Office' and 'Extras' comes the new comedy series, The Ricky Gervais Show. The series is an animated version of Gervais' podcasts that earned a spot in The Guinness Book of World Records for the most downloads. It is voiced by Ricky Gervais, Stephen Merchant, and colleague and friend Karl Pilkington whose offbeat musings inspire many of the storylines which include the merits of 20th century inventions; Karl's suggestion for population control; how philosophy has evolved through the ages; Karl's round head; and his thoughts on charity.]]>
The Lost Episodes is a deluxe 3 DVD Box that includes 18 episodes, 6 episodes per disc with each episode running 25 minutes, a 20 page booklet with an outstanding essay by Groucho expert Robert S. Bader, plus loads of rare You Bet Your Life memorabilia and photos. These shows are officially licensed from the Groucho Marx estate and NBC, and have been produced from the original film reels found at the UCLA film archive and the Library of Congress. These episodes have not been seen since their original run in the early 50's. They were never repackaged for syndication by NBC for various reasons. Includes out takes from the episodes on every disc and a 17 minute film made for DeSoto dealers called The Making of You Bet Your Life included as an extra.In addition to the episodes, the box set includes a treasure trove of original and rare Groucho gems, including his 1947 audition for the original You Bet Your Life radio program! Other rarities included as DVD extras: Groucho's 1947 audition for the original radio show; a promotional recording Groucho made as a Christmas gift to DeSoto dealers; Some original commercials Groucho Marx is arguably the most famous, iconic comedian of all-time. It's funny to think that for all the great films and stage appearances he made throughout his career both in the Marx Brothers act and solo, Groucho seemed to prefer this modestly-produced TV series above all others. Groucho was the emcee and star of this filmed quiz show and though it was osten...
Groucho Marx is arguably the most famous, iconic comedian of all time. "You Bet Your Life" began on radio in 1947, ostensibly as a game show, and became a huge hit television program and as big a part of Grouchoâ€™s legacy as the amazing movies he made with his brothers earlier in his career. After the start on radio, the show ran through 423 episodes from 1950 â€“ 1961. These 18 episodes are some of the absolute best from over a decade of popular TV, restored for the highest quality sound and picture possible. They feature guest stars like Phyllis Diller, Edgar and Candace Bergen, Joe Louis, Johnny Weismuller, Frankie Avalon, Groucho's daughter Melinda Marx, Harpo Marx and the first appearance of the show's trademark duck. DVD extras include three Groucho pilots including "What Do You Want", "Tell It To Groucho" and the never-before-seen "The Plot Thickens," plus tons of outtakes and bloopers. The secret word for Groucho Marx fans is "DVD." This three-disc set collects a priceless archive of 18 complete and uncut episodes filmed between 1950 and 1960. The surprise success of the radio incarnation of You Bet Your Life assured for Groucho that there would be life after the Marx Brothers, whose film career came to a sad end with 1950's Love Happy. The television series would be an even bigger hit, and make Groucho a household name. You Bet Your Life was ostensibly a quiz show, but it was more just a forum for Groucho to crack wise with the contestants. These were most...
Space Ghost Coast to Coast Vol. 1 (DVD)Superhero-turned-talk show host Space Ghost presents all-new celebrity interviews with strange interactions from his bandleader Zorak and his cameraman Moltar. Live action guest stars include Weird Al Yankovich, Bobcat Goldthwait, The Ramones, Judy Tenuta, Hulk Hogan and more!]]> What would Late Night be like if David Letterman was replaced by a superhero? That's the question posited by the Cartoon Network's original series Space Ghost Coast to Coast, and the answer is: truly odd and frequently hilarious. The series took '60s-era animated crime fighter Space Ghost and reinvented him as the slightly addled host of a celebrity gabfest. SG's awkward chats with guests like David Byrne, Hulk Hogan, and the Ramones were frequently interrupted by his old foes Zorak (now the show's bandleader) and Moltar (director). Deliberately stilted and proudly absurd, the program was a strange but often dead-on parody of hollow celebrity worship, and garnered a loyal cult following. However, those diehard fans may be disappointed by this two-disc set, which features only 16 of the 22 episodes from the first three seasons (a clip from one missing episode, "A Space Ghost Christmas," is included in the supplemental features). Also somewhat of a letdown is the commentary from the show's creative team, which is amusing but rarely informative. --Paul Gaita