Steele is ex-cop and Vietnam vet who is determined to bring down Kwan, former South Vietnamese general and now rich and powerful drug lord.
This is the story of the early life and rise to fame of Tommy Steele. His manager wanted him to be a tough rock'n'roller and so challenge Elvis Presley but Tommy is too nice.
Rod Steele (aka Agent 0014) is anything but the world's greatest super spy, but when diabolical villainess Tangerina threatens the world again, he's the world's last and only hope.
Emmanuelle and her crew run into secret agent 0014, who convinces them to tag along on his next mission to save the world.
Director George Marshall's 1937 drama about a kidnapping scheme stars Victor McLaglen, Walter Connolly, Peter Lorre, June Lang, Jane Darwell and John Carradine.
The band released a few career highlights albums (Noble Savage, The Marriage of Heaven and Hell Part I, The Marriage of Heaven and Hell Part II and Invictus). In recent years, they have enriched their sound with elements of musical theatre, progressive and symphonic metal, developing and writing projects such as the Metal Opera "The House of Atreus" (based on Oresteia and the Greek myth related to the Atreides) in 1999/2000 and the soundtrack for an imaginary movie Visions of Eden (A Barbaric Romantic Movie of the Mind) aka "The Lilith Project" (based on the Sumerian legend of Lilith) in 2006.
Virgin Steele play what they call "barbaric romanticism" which is a symphonic, romantic and bombastic music with many elements taken from classical music and fantasy/mythological lyrics based on real life events.David DeFeis (all vocals, keyboards, orchestration, synth bass, swords and effects) about Virgin Steele's music: "From a whisper to a scream, barbaric, romantic, bombastic, yet subtle, grandiose, yet earthy. A call, a shout, an invocation to Freedom and the continual awakening to the awareness that every moment of life is lived to its fullest potential. It is a force, a sacred quest which drives Virgin Steele on
This is a brief animated piece featuring the titular character in a fight ostensibly from a superhero serial of the mid 1940’s. The episode shown is Chapter 13 The Bosom of Terror. In it, Rex and his plucky assistant Penny must journey to South America to stop the evil genius Eval Schnitzler and his henchwoman Greta Schultz from boring into an active volcano and releasing the hot magma energy. The drill is hidden inside a temple located in the mountains. The interior of the temple is lined with bizarre statues of Indian women. Rex and Penny crash in the jungle and while Penny repairs the plane, Rex investigates.
The US-led Iraqi torture centers and their police overlords unleashed a deadly sectarian civil war, which claimed tens of thousands of lives. From the summer of 2004 the Special Police Commandos were financed and equipped from a fund controlled by General Petraeus. Ret'd Colonel James Steele and Colonel James Coffman, two special forces veterans were assigned as "advisors" to this force, which eventually numbered over 17,000 men. Colonel James Coffman reported to General Petraeus and described himself in an interview with the US military newspaper as Petraeus' "eyes and ears out on the ground" in Iraq. The Special Police Commandos came to draw most of their recruits from violent Shia militias like the Badr Brigades. The commandos who developed a fearful reputation, particularly in the Sunni community, also became involved in death squad activities.
13-year-old Sam Steele Jr. forms his own private detective agency to emulate his father, Des Moines detective Sam Steele, and helps track down a jewel thief.
Steele, a plainclothes Chicago cop, is recruited by the FBI to foil an assassination plot in Dallas, Texas. It seems that Joe Keno, a former nemesis of Steele, is planning to assassinate the Iraqi ambassador to the U.S. Keno is funded by several prominent Texas businessmen. Steele travels to Dallas, where he makes friends with Barnes; Steele is contacted by a Dallas-based FBI agent who sets him up with his contact, "Peacekeeper." Joe Keno has abandoned previous ways and methods; the assassin is now also a serial killer. While Keno's victims are found in abandoned warehouses and parks, Steele encounters numerous obstacles. The Chicago cop encounters friendly Texas racists, is ambushed in a redneck saloon, and battles the incompetence and petty jealousy of Dallas police. Meanwhile Steele tries to stop Keno before the Iraqi ambassador becomes his next victim.
Stick a finger down your throat and barf right now ’cause this vid is SICK! Slater manhandling 10-foot thick “Soup Bowls.” Andy and Bruce pumping your veins up withdanger-shred ballet. But don’t eat a tub of Daaz washed down with an eight ball just yet – Shane Dorian ends this ride raw like the spandex-ed Bruce Dickenson of “Maiden Japan.” We at The Mag recommend this vid big.
STEELETTO tells the short story of drag queen Steeletto. While performing at her local bar is hounded by a gentleman who’s had a bit too much to drink. After declining his advances he chooses to no longer give her the option to say no. Steeletto seeks revenge with help of her gal pal Mindy. Hell hath no fury like a man in a wig.
Take a trip to Detroit to watch history in the making as the Pittsburgh Steelers realize a dream twenty-six years in the making and the whole world watches with baited breath. From Jerome Bettis' spectacular 101-yard-dash that secured the team's victory over the NFC North Champion Chicago Bears to the pulse-stopping "Immaculate Reception" that carved a direct path to the biggest game in the nation, this is the story of one team's indomitable spirit and unlikely quest to become the first sixth seed in NFL history to defeat the Seattle Seahawks and take home the top prize. With highlights from the Steelers' regular season, behind-the-scenes footage, half-time footage, and all the pre and post-game coverage that fans could hope for, this release offers over three hours of Bettis and the Steelers as they make their way to victory in the Motor City.
The NFL History of the Pittsburgh Steelers DVD is an amazing look at one of the most beloved football teams on the gridiron. Watch the highs and lows of Steeler football on this unique two-disc documentary that also includes lots of bonus features. These Pittsburgh Steelers sports DVDs are must-have for anyone who loves to savor every great play. The NFL History of the Pittsburgh Steelers DVD is a two-disc set, which celebrates the rich history of the Pittsburgh Steelers, from the inception through their incredible run in 2004. A bonus program is the NFL Films production of Super Bowl XIII, the 35-31 thriller in which the Steelers topped the Cowboys. These football DVDs include tons of bonus features on the greatest Steeler moments, games and players.
British electric folk veterans Steeleye Span perform a lively set of eight tunes in this 1989 concert from their "Tempted and Tried" tour. Captured during the band's 20th anniversary, the show features vocals by founding member Maddy Prior. The set list includes "Following Me," "Thomas the Rhymer," "Black Jack Davy," "Padstow," "All Around My Hat," "Shaking of the Sheets" and "Jack Hall Gaudette."
Relive the excitement of the Steelers' championship seasons with this Pittsburgh Steelers The Story of 6 Championships 6-disc DVD set. The set features exclusive interviews with Steelers greats such as Andy Russell, Franco Harris, "Mean" Joe Greene, Jack Lambert, Mel Blount, Jerome Bettis, and many others.
This two-disc set celebrates the rich history of the Pittsburgh Steelers, from the inception through their incredible run in 2004. Bonus program is the NFL Films production of Super Bowl XIII, the 35-31 thriller in which the Steelers topped the Cowboys. Includes tons of bonus features on the greatest Steeler moments, games and players.
Capturing unforgettable moments from their 2008-09 season, this Pittsburgh Steelers highlights reel takes fans from opening day straight through the team's 27-23 victory over the Arizona Cardinals in Super Bowl XLIII. With quarterback Ben Roethlisberger leading the way, the Steelers racked up playoff wins over the San Diego Chargers and Baltimore Ravens, and then became the first franchise in history to lay claim to six Super Bowl titles.
British electric folk band Steeleye Span celebrates its 20th anniversary with a concert filmed at the Beck Theatre featuring the group's greatest hits, including "Sailor's Bonnet," "The Fox," "Shaking of the Sheets," "All Around My Hat" and more. Band members Maddy Prior, Bob Johnson, Peter Knight, Tim Harries and Liam Genockey will impress viewers with their mix of contemporary compositions and traditional songs in this 1989 performance.
Remington Steele is an American television series co-created by Robert Butler and Michael Gleason. The series, starring Stephanie Zimbalist and Pierce Brosnan, was produced by MTM Enterprises and first broadcast on the NBC network from 1982 to 1987. The series blended the genres of romantic comedy, drama, and detective procedural. Remington Steele is best known for launching the career of Pierce Brosnan and for serving as a forerunner of the similar series Moonlighting. Remington Steele's premise is that Laura Holt, a licensed private detective played by Stephanie Zimbalist, opened a detective agency under her own name but found that potential clients refused to hire a woman, however qualified. To solve the problem, Laura invents a fictitious male superior whom she names Remington Steele. Through a series of events that unfold in the first episode, "License to Steele", Pierce Brosnan's character, a former thief and con man whose real name is never revealed, assumes the identity of Remington Steele. Behind the scenes, Laura remains firmly in charge.
Winter Steele was a puppet television series created by Cintra Wilson that aired on MTV as a segment of Liquid Television during its first two seasons, 1991-1993. Wilson wrote the series, created the puppets, did the voice of the main character and even did some live action body double work. Winter Steele is depicted as a female biker who is in hot pursuit of her childhood friend, lover and sometime nemesis David "Crow" Dickerson, himself a biker. The two met as children in a repressive orphanage and bonded. Separated, the two vowed to find each other, with Winter criss-crossing the land on a motorcycle. In this course Winter breaks many laws - robbing a crossdresser at gunpoint, credit card fraud, etc. As it transpires, Crow is also despreately looking for Winter, he has gotten a career as a stunt performer a la Evel Knievel and a cape he uses in his act bears the inscription "Winter, where are you?" At one point Winter even meets up with Crow's mother, who abandoned her son to an orphanage. Asked if she regretted sending Crow there, she tersely replies "Hell no!" Winter eventually learns of Crow's career as a daredeveil, but despairs of reaching him when she can't get his attention at a show. Defeated, Winter attempts suicide by immolation, wrecking her motorcycle, tearing off her clothes and setting them on fire. She is stopped when a private detective hired by Crow recognizes her. But before he can bring her to Crow, he sees Winter's burnt belongings and assumes she has committed suicide. He attempts suicide himself by ramming his chopper into a brick wall, but though seriously injured he is not killed. Winter finally catches up with Crow at the intensive care unit at the hospital, but is taken away by the police on various charges before she can stay long. After the police have taken her away, we see Crow raise a thumb towards Winter.
The Ted Steele Show is a 15-minute musical variety show which aired on the now defunct DuMont Television Network from February 27 to July 12, 1949. Each episode was hosted by bandleader Ted Steele, who appeared on many programs during the early days of television. A previous version of the show aired on NBC on Wednesdays at 8:30pm and then Fridays at 9pm ET during the 1948-1949 television season, with the first show airing September 29, 1948. Steele later presented local daytime TV shows under the same title, running from 2:30 to 5:30pm ET, on WPIX-TV and WOR-TV, which hired Steele away from WPIX in July 1954.