When famed comedy rock duo 16Buttons of Justice is informed of the tremendous failure that is the 16Buttons of Justice TV Show, the duo must come up with a plan to send ratings through the ... See full summary »
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It's been some time since Father Jebedaiah Mayii exorcised the devil from little Nancy Aglet, but now Nancy has grown up and has a family, the demon returns and repossesses Nancy. With ... See full summary »
Robson Arms is an older Tudor styled two-story walk up apartment building located in the west end of Vancouver. The building is inhabited by a variety of tenants, who interact with each ... See full summary »
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Leslie Nielsen parodies the methods and maneuverisms of Peter Graves (as well as his straight face) in this spoof of "Biography". It has such weeks as "Sinister Magnets Weeks" and tells the... See full summary »
Sherry Lee Hunter,
An unlikely hero, Elwood P. Dowd. This mild-mannered-but-eccentric bachelor has, for several years, happily kept company with Harvey, a six-foot-tall rabbit that only he can see. All's well... See full summary »
Debuted exclusively at the Globe Theater of Busch Gardens Williamsburg in 1999, the film was alternated between seasons with Haunted Lighthouse (2003) until 2013. Both were replaced by the London Rocks live show in the 2014 season. See more »
When I used to work for the former Sea World Cleveland I would see this show every time I went to the park on my day off. I've probably seen it well over a dozen times (in just two months!). Though we all called it Pirates 4D, because it was a 4D show, not just 3D. I loved it and couldn't get enough! By the time I moved to VA the showing of Pirates 4D had already been replaced with the RL Stine show, which was a very big disappointment. If I could I would go see Pirates over and over again still! I still have my pen from Sea World with the Pirates 4D logo on it. Great cast, great humor, great for everyone! If given the chance, go see it and have fun! You won't be disappointed.
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