The U.S. expands westward after the Civil War displacing the last of the free-roaming Native Americans onto Reservations. This show focuses special attention on General George A. Custer and... See full summary »
Fights. Injuries. Death. Westside Barbell took powerlifting to the absolute limit and changed the world of strength forever. But are world records worth the price of the pain? How far would you go for a number?
STARS IN THE SKY: A Hunting Story is an examination of the lives of American hunters and their sometimes complicated relationship to our environment, presented as an honest exploration of ... See full summary »
Skin diving with Miss Rosewood. Take a plunge into the dark side of uber-sophisticated New York with performance artist, Jon Cory, performing as Miss Rosewood. She strips to full she-male ... See full summary »
In the late 1960s, the United States space program neared its goal of landing a man on the Moon, but it was a journey that began years before. This is the story of Project Apollo - 12 years... See full summary »
"What happens in this house, stays in this house" is a rule in black homes. Seven women break that rule when they break their silence and tell the world about the monster climbing between their sheets named Daddy.
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This is the story of a slave boy and his dog who escape the master's plantation, join the Union Army, and have to face their former master on the battlefield. The story is inspired by the ... See full summary »
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Narrated by Martin Sheen, this documentary tells the remarkable true story of Father Jerzy Popieluszko, the Catholic priest and human rights activist who paid the ultimate price to ... See full summary »
Many of the cast members are reenactors. Gary Stewart, who plays Lt. Col. George Armstrong Custer, portrays him in the reenactment at the battlefield after long time George Custer reenactor Steve Alexander retired in 2017. Gary Stewart was Captain Tom Custer for many years before this. See more »
At least 7 of Custer's Officers were wearing Buckskins and Firemen's/Bibbed Shirts, however, only General Custer, Captain Tom Custer, Lt. W.W. Cooke, Lt. Algernon Emory Smith, and Captain Myles Keogh are seen wearing them. See more »