Most Popular "Pop Song" Titles
3. Your Hit Parade (1950–1959)
30 min | Music
The format was to sing the seven top rated popular songs for the week; the songs were sung by the regular cast of vocalists. An attempt was made to revive the show in 1974 with songs from ... See full summary »
5. Je vous aime (1980)
105 min | Romance, Comedy, Drama
A woman invites all four men she loved in her life for the dinner of New Year's Eve at the same time and unites them all in her house. In sentimental flashbacks they recall the former times.
9. Ayúdeme usted compadre (1968)
A select group of immortal Chilean songs, from folklore and pop, that show us the beauty and diversity of this country. A must-see for every Chilean, and for every music lover.
10. She's So Cold (1995)
13 min | Short, Drama, Music
"She's So Cold" is a psychological musical noir drama which takes place at a government office set in a dystopian future. The request of a mysterious woman (Robin Reck) to view the ... See full summary »
14. Song of Slomon (2007)
16 min | Short, Comedy
The soul of an Orthodox Rabbi is invaded by a catchy pop tune, which threatens to send him to the dance floor on the Sabbath or back to the Torah.
15. Gift for the Single Woman (1973)
Comedy, Crime, Music
To catch a couple of car thieves, a police women goes undercover as an old women that recently has gotten a luxury car "Volga" - a plan that is bound to attract the criminals. For how hard can it be to steal a car from an old women?
19. You Know My Name (1993)
Not Rated | 6 min | Short, Comedy, Fantasy
"You Know My Name" (1993) is a comedic musical short inspired by an obscure Beatles novelty tune. While visiting a mysteriously surrealistic dating agency, a lonely woman (Betty Taylor) ... See full summary »
21. Pat Benatar: The Visual Music Collection (1986 Video)
55 min | Music
A collection of Pat Benatar's video hits spanning her first 7 albums (1979-1986)
26. Juke Box Saturday Night (1957–1958)
60 min | Music
This series presented a mix of current hit recordings and older hit recordings, which were mimed by a regular cast (a format similar to HSV-7's "Hit Parade"). Also featured were the GTV-9 Dancers.