"Rocky" (1975) Narrated by Director John G. Avildsen and Production Manager Lloyd Kaufman; "In the Ring" - Three-Part Making-of Documentary; Behind-the-Scenes Featurettes: "Makeup"; "Music"; "Directing and Camera Work"; Boxing Featurettes: "Three Rounds with Legendary Trainer Lou Duva"; "The Opponents" and "The Ring Of Truth"; "Tributes: Burgess Meredith, James Crabe"; "Interview with a Legend: Bert Sugar"; Video Commentary with Sylvester Stallone; Sylvester Stallone on "Dinah!" (1976); Theatrical Trailers; TV Spots and More; "Rocky V" is Rated PG-13, All Other Films are Rated PG.
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Bringing together their affinity for a great popular song with outstanding live performances, Irishmen Damian McGinty, Keith Harkin, Paul Byrom, Ryan Kelly and Scotsman George Donaldson of Celtic Thunder pay homage to cherished holiday favorites on their DVD Celtic Thunder Christmas. Offering a holiday celebration for all the family, Celtic Thunder Christmas features all-time favorites such as "Winter Wonderland", "It's Beginning to Look A Lot Like Christmas" and "Let It Snow", original compositions such as "Christmas Morning Donegal", "Christmas Overture" and of course the Celtic Thunder fan favorites the a cappella "Amazing Grace" the poignant "Christmas 1915" and the Gaelic version of "Silent Night" amongst others. Celtic Thunder Christmas is a diverse mix of international and Celtic holiday classics performed as always with the Celtic Thunder magic.
On Saturday, August 16th, 1980 Rainbow took to the stage to headline the first rock festival to be staged at Castle Donington. It was the culmination of the band s tour in support of the hugely successful Down To Earth album, released in 1979, and would prove to be the last live show featuring this particular line-up of the band: Ritchie Blackmore (guitars), Don Airey (keyboards), Graham Bonnet (vocals), Roger Glover (bass) and Cozy Powell (drums). The set featured tracks from the new album alongside classics from earlier in their career. There are virtuoso solo spots for Blackmore, Airey and Powell which serve to highlight the sheer musical prowess in the band. The show climaxes with Ritchie Blackmore destroying his guitar and thrusting it into an amp which promptly bursts into flames before fireworks burst overhead at the conclusion of an explosive show.DVD1. Lazy 2. All Night Long 3. Catch The Rainbow 4. Eyes Of The World 5. Guitar Solo 6. Difficult To Cure 7. Will You Love Me Tomorrow 8. Long Live Rock n RollCD1. Intro / Eyes Of The World 2. Since You Been Gone 3. Stargazer 4. Catch The Rainbow 5. Lost In Hollywood / Guitar Solo 6. Difficult To Cure / Keyboard Solo 7) Drum Solo / Lost In Hollywood (reprise) 8. Lazy 9. All Night Long 10. Blues 11. Will You Love Me Tomorrow 12. Long Live Rock n Roll