Lists by road-traveled
"Amazing Grace: The Story of a Song That Makes a Difference", with Bill Moyers. 2003.
Paul Robeson, Speak of Me As I Am. Narrated by Pam Grier. BBC Whales, 1998. Director Rachel Harmer. Kultur Films.
DK Eyewitness videos:
Bird: DK Eyewitness video. About birds, 8.
Tapadero: The Spanish Barb horse and Vaqueros.
http://www.vaqueroseries.com/. Great series, highly recommend.
War Horses of WWI. Director George Pagliero. Fascinating, with archival footage. 2012
Horses of the World. 2005. Columbia River Entertainment. Lipizzaner Stallions and the riding school of Vienna. Horses in circus.
World of Horses. Seen on Discovery Channel. Eda Lisham, Director. 2011. Horses in rodeo, polo, ranch, wild, dance, race, work, trick, cutting, show jumping, chuckwagon. Echo Bridge Entertainment DVD.
The Journey, by Eric Saperston, about Eric and his Golden Retriever Jack on a VW bus trip.
Only films I like, or find worth checking out. All on DVD. Most from the library.
Disney, general audience, adult themed, documentary, animation, claymation, comedy, tragedy.
Films I like, or find worth checking out.
Iran, Jamaica, Italy, Japan, England, Ireland, Scotland, France, Philippines, Australia, Denmark, Canada, Brazil, Finland, USA, Czech Republic, Peru, Germany, Thailand.
Uniforms, going off to war, war around the world.
--Over 50 languages spoken in these films.
--Arabic, Armenian, Azerbaijani, Bambora, Bengali, Dari, Ewe, Hindi, Irish, Mapudungun, Quechua, Mongolian, Kurdish, Occitan, Tagalong, Washoe, Berber, Japanese Sign Language, Shanxi, Saami, and more.
--The Pillow Book, 6 languages. Babel, 8 languages.
Sculptures of the Louvre, 2006. Each piece is put into it's historical context. Fascinating. View on Amazon:
France, Iran, Philippines, Burma, Louisiana, Canada, Nepal, Africa, Australia, Russia, Japan, Belleville, China.
-Movies, documentaries, live concerts.
-1. Amazing Grace: The Story of a Song That Makes a Difference, with Bill Moyers. Johnny Cash, Judy Collins, Jessye Norman. 1990. 2/14
-2. Down The Tracks. The Music That Influenced Led Zeppelin, Director-Steve Gammond 2008. Saw 10/12.
-3. Down The Tracks. The Music That Influenced Bob Dylan. 2008. Saw 12/12.
-4. The American Folk-Blues Festival, British Tours 63-66. 3/13 saw.
-5. Last Days of Fillmore, 1971. saw 4/13.
-- Criterion list: Paul Robeson, Monterey Pop, Gimme Shelter, Louie Bluie, Jimi Plays Monterey.
Tap Dance History DVD, with Bill "Bojangles" Robinson, Will Mahoney, Rubberneck Holmes, Juanita Pitts, many more.
http://www.amazon.com/TAP-DANCE-HISTORY-Vaudeville-Film/dp/B004JBEE4E/ref=cm_wl_huc_item. -9-. 5/14
See Amazon for descriptions of these DVDs:
1--Orangutan Diaries, 2 discs, BBC:
2---Fabulous Animals, Myths and Legends.
3---Nature: San Diego Zoo,
4--Waddlers & Paddlers
5--Hooked on Hummingbirds,
6--Crane Song,http://www.amazon.com/Crane- 7
7--Green: Orangutans and deforestation. 8
8--Merlin Tuttle:Guardian Angel of Bats. Heroes of Nature series.
10. Kid Guides: Zoos.
A few I can only find on Amazon:
+The White Cat. Told by Emma Thompson. Music by Joe Jackson.
+Brer Rabbit & Boss Lion.Told by Danny Glover. Brer Rabbit takes care of Boss Lion, with a well involved in the story. Music by Dr. John.
+Finn McCoul. Told by Catherine O'Hara. Music, Boys of Lough. Illustration, Peter de Seve. Celtic Legend of the greatest champion.
+The Boy Who Drew Cats. Told by William Hurt. Music, Mark Isham. Illustration, David Johnson. Japan, a boy who finds his place in the world.
+Brer Rabbit & the Wonderful Tar Baby. Danny Glover. Music, Taj Mahal.
+The Three Billy Goats Gruff & The Three Little Pigs. Holly Hunter. Music, Art Lande.
+The Tiger & the Brahmin. Ben Kingsley. Music, Ravi Shankar.
+The Five Chinese Brothers.
+The Song of Sacajawea. Laura Dern.
+Puss in Boots. Tracy Ullman. Castle era. 8
+The Talking Egg. Sissy Spacek. Louisiana, Cajun music. 8
+Squanto and the First Thanksgiving. Graham Greene.
+Anansi. Denzel Washington, UB40. West Indies.
+The Bremen Town Musicians. Bob Hoskins. A dog, cat, rooster and donkey harmonize. 8
+The Emperor's New Clothes. Sir John Gielgud.
+The Emperor & the Nightingale. Glen Close.
+East of the Sun, West of the Moon. Max von Sydow.
Traveling, driving, touring, journeys, road trip.
-1, La Bete Humaine. Criterion.
-2, Lusty Men. Western.
-3, Memories of Murder - Asia.
-4, Naked City - Criterion.
-5, Naked Kiss - Criterion.
-6, Third Man -Criterion.
James Gladstone wrote a book about Greg Bautzer: The Man Who Seduced Hollywood. Greg Bautzer, Tinseltown's most powerful lawyer.
This is a list of a few of the Hollywood classic era actresses that Bautzer knew and dated.
Howard Hughes was able to contact Bautzer no matter where Bautzer was.
Much more interesting reading in this book. Another perspective on the Classic Era. Politics mostly left out.