15 titles.

1. Jane the Virgin (2014 TV Series)
Episode: Chapter Eighteen (2015)
Jane (Gina Rodriguez) unintentionally ruins Rafael's (Justin Baldoni) chances of getting the hotel's liquor license back, but her attempt to help fix it means missing the Villanueva's Easter festivities. Rafael gets information about his birth mother from the private detective he has hired, but doesn't like what he hears. Rogelio's (Jaime Camil) mother, Liliana (Rita Moreno), comes for a visit but she and Xo (Andrea Navedo) do not have the best history. Alba (Ivonne Coll) takes a big step in the romance arena, but is shocked when she learns what Edward (guest star Cheech Marin) does for a living. Meanwhile, Petra (Yael Grobglas) becomes more convinced about the secret she thinks she has stumbled upon and enlists Michael's (Brett Dier) help to get confirmation.
2. Jane the Virgin (2014 TV Series)
Episode: Chapter Thirty-Two (2016)
In the middle of the night, Jane (Gina Rodriguez) gets a burst of creative energy and starts her thesis. Unfortunately, Mateo spills orange juice all over her computer causing it to crash and Jane loses all her hard work. When Jane brings her computer to be fixed, she meets Dax (guest star Diego Boneta) and with the urging of her friend Lina (guest star Diane Guerrero), Jane considers dating again. Rogelio (Jaime Camil) decides to have his mother Liliana (guest star Rita Moreno) become his manager, but soon realizes that was not the best decision. When Rafael (Justin Baldoni) comes to after being attacked by his mother now known to be the crime lord Mutter, he goes to Michael (Brett Dier) and tells him what Mutter is looking for. Andrea Navedo and Ivonne Coll also star.
3. The Carol Burnett Show (1967 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #9.16 (1976)
Highlights include: guest Rita Moreno as a nurse whose clumsiness makes her patient (Carol) appear more accident-prone than she actually is; a bank robber and his trainee hold up a bank teller and her trainee; a princess (Vicki) plans to marry the Hollow Hero (Tim) over her parents' (Carol, Harvey) objections; a treasonous sergeant is literally stripped of his rank; Rita performs a musical number with the dancers, "Some Cats Know"; and another set of TV commercial parodies.
4. Welcome to the Family (2013 TV Series)
Episode: Date Night (2013)
A visit by Lisette's (Justina Machado) grandmother Lita (guest star Rita Moreno) draws Molly (Ella Rae Peck) and Caroline (Mary McCormack) into a Hernandez family web of lies, including the old woman's belief that Miguel (Ricardo Chavira) is a lawyer.
5. Welcome to the Family (2013 TV Series)
Episode: Lisette's Abuela Visits (2013)
A visit by Lisette's (Justina Machado) grandmother Lita (guest star Rita Moreno) draws Molly (Ella Rae Peck) and Caroline (Mary McCormack) into a Hernandez family web of lies, including the old woman's belief that Miguel (Ricardo Chavira) is a lawyer.
6. The Latin Explosion: A New America (2015 Documentary)
Explores the impact of Latino music on United States culture. The documentary traces the roots of Hispanic contributions to American music starting from Pérez Prado, Xavier Cugat, the Afro-Cubans and Tito Puente. It places particular importance on the contributions of Desi Arnaz, Rita Moreno and José Feliciano. Over fifteen Hispanic musicians, apart from Feliciano and Moreno, including Marc Anthony, Pitbull, Gloria Estefan, Jennifer Lopez, Ricky Martin, Shakira and Romeo Santos are interviewed about their careers, impact and influences including the Fania All-Stars. Comedians and actors Cheech Marin, Eva Longoria also discuss their experiences and the impact of Hispanic Americans beyond music.
7. The Lieutenant Wore Skirts (1956)
In this hilarious romp starring Tom Ewell, Sheree North and Rita Moreno, a middle-aged ex-serviceman who plans to re-enlist (Ewell) is shocked to learn that not only did he fail his medical exam, his wife (North) has enlisted - and is really making the grade in the Air Force. Unhappy to be a "house husband," he flies to Hawaii to be near her - and also to hatch a scheme to get her discharged.
8. West Side Stories: The Making of a Classic (2016 Documentary)
West Side Story is one of the best-loved musicals of all time. A modern-day Romeo and Juliet, its timeless story and exhilarating dance and music continue to excite audiences around the globe. Songs such as Maria, Somewhere, Tonight and America have all become some of the biggest hits in showbusiness. And yet, West Side Story had an uneasy birth and was even turned away by producers when it was first put together in the 1950s by Leonard Bernstein, Stephen Sondheim, Jerome Robbins and Arthur Laurents. Now, as the world prepares to celebrate the 60th anniversary of West Side Story in 2017, dancer Bruno Tonioli and broadcaster Suzy Klein go in search of the true stories behind the inception of this classic show. For the first time on television, they hear first-hand from those involved in the show when it opened on Broadway in September 1957, including Sondheim himself, producer Hal Prince and original cast members from both show and movie, including Chita Rivera Carol Lawrence and Rita Moreno. With the BBC Symphony Orchestra and specially cast singers, we re-live some of the wonderful music and, in the company of Suzy and Bruno, we discover how West Side Story placed the 1950s phenomena of racial tension and teenage gangs centre stage to create a hit that changed musical theatre forever.
9. Hollywood Singing and Dancing: A Musical Treasure (2008 Documentary)
HOLLYWOOD SINGING & DANCING: A MUSICAL TREASURE is a celebration of song and dance, beginning with the Busby Berkeley films that lifted the spirits of audiences during the Great Depression, through the patriotic musicals of the 1940s and ending with the collapse of the studio system in the 1950s. Hosted by Academy Award winning stage, screen and television icon, Shirley Jones, this "docutainment" film is a grand historical look at the magic of musical Hollywood. Highlighted are amazing songs and dance numbers, little-known facts, and luminaries who made the magic possible such as Fred Astaire, Mickey Rooney, Judy Garland, Shirley Temple, Betty Grable, Bill "Bojangles" Robinson, James Cagney, Vincente Minnelli, Stanley Donen, Frank Sinatra, Leslie Caron, Debbie Reynolds, Donald O'Connor, Marilyn Monroe, Jane Russell, Catherine Zeta-Jones and Renee Zellweger. Mesmerizing sequences are interspersed with fresh new commentary by Liza Minnelli, Leslie Caron, Debbie Reynolds, Mickey Rooney, Jane Russell, Rita Moreno, Pat Boone, Rob Marshall, Bill Condon, Shirley MacLaine, Tommy Tune, Joel Grey, Smokey Robinson, Patti Page, Tab Hunter, George Chakiris, Rhonda Fleming, Betty Garrett, Marge Champion, Joan Leslie, Robert Osborne, Stella Stevens, Gloria Stuart and others. FILMS INCLUDE: The Wizard of Oz, Dames, Fashions of 1934, The Little Colonel, Gold Diggers of 1935, Billboard Girl, Something to Sing About, Little Princess, Meet Me In St. Louis, Babes on Broadway, Yankee Doodle Dandy, On the Town, The Harvey Girls, Cover Girl, The King and I, An American In Paris, Singin' In The Rain, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, Till the Clouds Roll By, Royal Wedding, Damn Yankees, Gigi, Seven Brides For Seven Brothers, Oklahoma!, Carousel and Chicago.
'Hollywood Singing and Dancing' is the most entertaining and comprehensive documentary about the Hollywood Musical ever produced. This celebration of song and dance features the best films from every studio, every decade and the most influential stars are included. From the patriotic musicals of World War II, through the development of the 'intergrated' musical in which songs became an important story-telling ingredient, through the near-death of the medium when the studio system collapsed, to the genre's recent resurgence and multi-generational embrace. New interviews include Liza Minnelli, Shirley MacLaine, Mickey Rooney, Rita Moreno, Debbie Reynolds, Leslie Caron, Joel Grey, Bill Condon, Rob Marshall and many, many others give insight into the world that helped shape these classics.
10. The Electric Company's Greatest Hits & Bits (2006 Documentary)
When "The Electric Company" made its television debut in October 1971, it was instantly clear that it would fulfill its mission of helping struggling and reluctant readers. With a ground-breaking and diverse cast, clever writing, innovative direction, and an original visual and musical style, the show was so effective that by the end of its first season, nearly a quarter of all US schools were using the show in the classroom. Generations of young people learned to read from the series, making it one of the most important and enduring shows in American television history. "The Electric Company's Greatest Hits and Bits" is a clip-filled celebration featuring many of the series' most popular segments (with Bill Cosby, Morgan Freeman, Rita Moreno and the rest of the multi-talented Electric Company cast), and includes new interviews with cast members Jim Boyd, Judy Graubart, Skip Hinnant, Tom Lehrer, Rita Moreno, and Joan Rivers, as well as with series creator Joan Ganz Cooney.
11. Women: First and Foremost (1997 Documentary)
Volume One begins and ends with an extended look at the contribution of women to the public health of the United States: it tells the story of Elizabeth Blackwell, the first woman to attend medical school, and of Alice Hamilton, Emily Dunning, and Esther Lovejoy. Abolitionists are a source of women leaders: the Grimke sisters, Harriet Tubman, Lydia Maria Frances Child, and Maryann Shad Carrie. Special attention goes to Anne Hutchinson's trial and then to writers: Harriet Beecher Stowe, Catherine Beecher, Charlotte Perkins Gilman, Anne Bradstreet, Phyllis Wheatley, Hannah Adams, Abigail Adams, and Emily Dickinson. Historians comment throughout; Rita Moreno and Dee Wallace-Stone host.
12. Best Defense (1995 TV Movie)
ala "Barney Miller" and "Taxi" type sitcom. This situation takes place behind the scenes in the DA and Public Defender's office, jail and courtroom and the many situations that can arise. Steve Landesberg plays the lead public defender. Rita Moreno is the judge, and Clint Howard is the criminal defendant.
13. Hispanic Youth Showcase 2008 (2008 TV Special)
Showcase for talented youth of Hispanic Heritage. Inspired by Elvira Ferrer of Newark New Jersey. The competition portion of the Showcase is held at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center and Awards are given in the names of Latin greats Beatriz Rodriguez, Celia Cruz, Tito Puente, Cuban Pete and Rita Moreno. Former Youth Showcase performer Kat De Luna returns to celebrate the young performers.
14. Hispanic Youth Showcase 2009 (2009 TV Movie)
Showcase for talented youth of Hispanic Heritage. Inspired by Elvira Ferrer of Newark New Jersey. The competition portion of the Showcase is held at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center and Awards are given in the names of Latin greats Beatriz Rodriguez, Celia Cruz, Tito Puente, Cuban Pete and Rita Moreno. Dance great Beatriz Rodriguez and Grammy nominee Karina Pasian appear as special guests. Hosted by former winners Erica Mendez, Elyssa Cueto and Emma Rosa Bigelow.
15. Hispanic Youth Showcase 2010 (2010 TV Movie)
Showcase for talented youth of Hispanic Heritage. Inspired by Elvira Ferrer of Newark New Jersey. The competition portion of the Showcase is held at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center and Awards are given in the names of Latin greats Beatriz Rodriguez, Celia Cruz, Tito Puente, Cuban Pete and Rita Moreno.
15 titles.