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  • The Girl Who Survived Rabies

    The girl who survived rabies is about 15 year old, Jeanna Giese, from Wisconsin in the USA, who survived rabies thanks to an innovative and desperate treatment tried out on her by Dr. Rodney Willougby. His technique involved putting her into a deep coma allowing her body to begin an antibody response to the disease that let Jeanna gradually regained normal function. Subsequent testing of the same technique did not have such good results.

  • Virus (1980)

    Virus (Fukkatsu no hi) — literally “Day of Resurrection” — is a 1980 post-apocalyptic science fiction movie directed by Kinji Fukasaku and based on a 1964 novel written by Sakyo Komatsu. It starred Masao Kusakari, George Kennedy, Robert Vaughn, Chuck Connors, Olivia Hussey, Edward James Olmos, Ken Ogata, Glenn Ford and Sonny Chiba. The film is notable for being the most expensive Japanese film ever made at the time.

  • Scrooge (1935)

    Scrooge is a 1935 British fantasy film directed by Henry Edwards and starring Seymour Hicks, Donald Calthrop and Robert Cochran. Hicks appears as Ebenezer Scrooge, the miser who hates Christmas. It was the first sound version of the Charles Dickens classic A Christmas Carol, not counting a 1928 short subject that now appears to be lost. Hicks had previously played the role of Scrooge on the stage many times beginning in 1901, and again in a 1913 British silent film version.

  • The Ghost Train (1941)

    Mismatched travellers are stranded overnight at a lonely rural railway station. They soon learn of local superstition about a phantom train which is said to travel these parts at dead of night, carrying ghosts from a long-ago train wreck in the area. The travelers eventually get to the bottom of the things that go bump in the night. In between the scary bits, comedian Arthur Askey plays the gags with his Vaudeville style humor.

  • The Real Bruce Lee (1979)

    The Real Bruce Lee is a martial arts documentary. It begins with a brief biography of Bruce Lee, and shows scenes from four of his childhood films, Bad Boy, Orphan Sam, Kid Cheung, and The Carnival, each sepia-toned and dubbed to English. Next, there is a three-minute highlight reel of Lee imitator Bruce Li. Finally, there is a feature-length film starring Lee imitator Dragon Lee, which is obviously modeled after Bruce Lee’s Fist of Fury.

  • Frankenstein (1910)

    Frankenstein is a 1910 film made by Edison Studios that was written and directed by J. Searle Dawley. It was the first motion picture adaptation of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein. The unbilled cast included Augustus Phillips as Dr. Frankenstein, Charles Ogle as the Monster, and Mary Fuller as the doctor’s fiancée.

  • “The Kid” (1921) - Charlie Chaplin (HD)

    The Kid is a 1921 American silent comedy-drama film written by, produced by, directed by and starring Charlie Chaplin, and features Jackie Coogan as his adopted son and sidekick. This was Chaplin’s first full-length movie. It was a huge success, and was the second-highest grossing film in 1921, behind The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. In 2011, The Kid was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being “culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant.”

  • The Incredible Hulk Woman - Documentary

    Following Helen Stephens, a mum-of-three who is believed to suffer from one of the rarest neurological conditions in the world — stiff person syndrome (SPS). Only one in a million people are diagnosed with this shocking condition, which can cause sufferers’ muscles to become as stiff as a rock.

  • The World’s Strictest Parents - Astatula, Florida (USA)

    Two rebellious British teenagers experience strict parenting on the other side of the world, as 18-year-old little princess Anastasia Jones and aggressive 16-year-old Eden Lelliott Moore get new parents in Florida, USA. For a week they must live under the watchful eyes of the Armstrongs, a family of devout Christians.

  • Car Crash Compilation # 59

    All crashes in this video are non-fatal.Take this video as a learning tool. This video is only for educational purposes. Be careful on the road. Drive safely and keep yourself and others safe.

  • The World’s Strictest Parents - Holland

    Two rebellious British teenagers experience strict parenting abroad, as 16-year-old wild child Daniel Eyre and 17-year-old spoilt brat Forrest Talbott get new parents in Holland. For a week they must live with the Van Berkels, a regular hardworking family who believe the key to good parenting is trust.

  • The World’s Strictest Parents - Queensland, Australia

    World’s Strictest Parents’ first Australian family, the Ironsides, will be serving up a dose of discipline - outback style. Mark Ironside is a grazier and pastor of his local church. Together with wife Grace they run a remote cattle station west of Charleville, in outback Queensland. Tearaway teens Nathan and Adriana will spend a week on the 40,000 acre property. The isolation will be tough for the teens, who are used to all the mod-cons of city living. “Many kids are shocked when they find out there’s no phone reception,” says Grace. “The isolation is a shock factor,” adds Mark.

  • Supersize Vs Superskinny: Charlotte And Heather

    This show features Charlotte, whose dreams of being a pin-up model have fallen flat so far due to her desperate diet. She weighs just six stone and her childlike portions are doing nothing to help her gain the womanly curves she craves.

  • The World’s Strictest Parents - Wolf Creek, Montana (USA)

    Teens Chloe and Christian will be spending a week in cowboy country, in a remote part of America, near Wolf Creek, Montana. They’ll be staying on Rocking “Z” Ranch with Zack and Patty Wirth, who’ve raised their kids on a combination of hard work, respect and old-fashioned cowboy values.

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