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60 Minutes - 25 Years
The granddaddy of broadcast newsmagazine shows looks back at a quarter century of scoops and interviews. Includes special follow-up reports on famous stories. Hosted by Charles Kuralt.
13-4297 95 min. $ 19.98 ©1993

Allure of Rock Revisited: An Introduction to the Dangers of Rock-N-Roll
Join Eric Holmberg on a journey into the soul of rock-n-roll. Discover the lifestyles, the philosophies, and the forces that guide the popular music industry. Covering Marilyn Manson, Van Halen & others.
22-4628 60 min. $ 19.95 ©1999 1-57341-108-6

Allure of Rock: An Introduction to the Dangers of Rock-N-Roll
Join Eric Holmberg on a journey into the soul of rock-n-roll. Discover the life styles, philosophies and the forces that guide the popular music industry. Find out why the lyrics and the beat are more than "just music".
22-4031 60 min. $ 19.95 ©1992 0-934837-19-8

American Cowboy
An historical look at the early west and the emergence of a new breed of frontier man, the American Cowboy. Watch the growth of the early American Fontier, a wilderness filled with grazing cattle, herds of buffalo and migrating Indian tribes. See the changes of the American Indian as the white-man began to move west. A must see video for cowboy fans and all who are intrigued by the fascinating history of the American west.
13-4200 60 min. $ 16.95 ©1991

An Evening of Choices for the Future
As presented here, over 1000 people from around the world joined a distinguished group of presenters to address questions at Windstar's 1986 Choices for the Future Symposium.
14-2144 49 min. $ 29.95

Animals Film
We skin them alive for furs, experiment on them and dissect them. This controversial program takes us inside the slaughterhouse, into the laboratory, and down the food processing line to create an experience that will change your life. Because of its graphic footage, this program has been banned from television.
13-1864 120 min. $ 79.95

At a rate of one every 15 seconds, acts of domestic violence strikes more women than automobile accidents, muggings and rapes combined. It's a leading cause of injury to women in the United States. This powerful video offers important information to families faced with domestic violence. This program won the John Muir Medical Film Festival Award.
13-8345 56 min. $ 99.95

Brutal Truth
This challenging video exposes police brutality and court room injustice being waged against peaceful pro-life citizens and Christians. It raises important questions regarding free speech and civil liberties in jeopardy today. This video documents the abuse and should be seen by all citizens concerned about their own constitutional freedoms and civil rights.
13-4212 28 min. $ 24.95 ©1990 0-934837-17-1

Buster and Me
This Emmy Award-winning puppet show was created to address the feelings of helplessness, hopelessness, confusion and fear experienced by children as they become increasingly aware of the threat of nuclear war. Robin Goodrow stars as Robin, the hostess of the puppet program.
13-0216 23 min. $ 24.95 ©1983

CIA: The Secret Files
Based on the critically acclaimed book, "The Agency," by John Ranelagh, this video is an expose' of some of the unwritten rules that have governed this vast organization. From interviews with past CIA directors to the CIA dissidents who came in form the cold, discover the secret wars, arranged coups, and plotted assassinations executed by America's most cloak-and-dagger arm of the government. Four volume boxed set.
13-4184 200 min. $ 59.95 ©1992 1-56501-112-0

Come Back, Africa
This film was made secretly in order to portray the true conditions of life in South Africa. This is the story of of the hundreds of thousands of Africans forced each year off the land and into the gold mines by the regime.
13-2388 83 min. $ 29.95

Confessions of Bernhard Goetz
The "Subway Vigilante" who shot four teens while riding a New York subway, gave a lengthy videotaped confession to the police after turning himself in. For the first time ever, the public can now see the most complete account of this emotional, yet often vulgar, self-incrimination.
13-2315 80 min. $ 39.95

Convicts on the Street: One Year on Parole
Does the parole system offer promise for dealing with criminals? The Department of Justice predicts that the number of paroles will double in the next five years to 800,000. This documentary follows a parole officer and his 50 charges. He also makes surprise visits to the homes of those he suspects of violating their parole.
13-8348 60 min. $ 99.95 ©1991

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Crossroads of Time
This is a documentary of a speech delivered by Dr. Helen Caldicott to the Sonoma County, California, chapter of Women for Nuclear Disarmament in March, 1984. In it, she discusses the health hazards of radiation. An important issue covered by an authority.
13-0222 62 min. $ 39.95

Dark Circle
A feature documentary film that provides a dramatic portrait of life in the nuclear age through an interlocking series of "Atomic Biographies" which graphically show what hydrogen bombs and nuclear power mean in individual, human terms. it shows how ordinary, non-expert Americans are being affected by nuclear weapons, even in the absence of nuclear war. This program also explores the unbreakable links between nuclear weapons and nuclear power. A provocative study about these most pressing issues. Included is a short feature on the Karen Silkwood story.
13-0210 90 min. $ 39.95

Demise of the Daniel J. Morrell
On November 29, 1966, while traveling on Lake Huron on its last voyage of the shipping season, the Daniel J. Morrell, caught in a terrible storm, broke in two and sank beneath the lake's icy waters, claiming 28 of the 29 officers and crew members. Amazingly, one crew member, clad only in undershorts and a peacoat, endured the tragedy, bobbing on a pontoon-style life raft for 36 hours until he was sighted and rescued by a Coast Guard helicopter. View the ship's construction in 1906 to its final journey six decades later. Rare photos, paintings, testimonials, and stunning underwater footage, take you back to that fateful night when, in a matter of minutes, the ship was torn apart and sank.
13-4855 45 min. $ 39.95 ©1997

Destination Nicaragua
A hard-hitting yet informative and entertaining program about this controversial issue and country. Experience the adventures of groups of American citizens as they embark on journeys to this hotbed of Central America. Hear mothers tell of the brutalities committed against their children, see the Contras as they embark on their covert mission, and make up your own mind who really represents the people of Nicaragua, the Sandinistas or Contras.
13-0250 60 min. $ 49.95 ©1986

Dominic and the Skyscraper
There is a new pyramidal beacon in Manhattan's skyline crowning the massive midtown Manhattan skyscraper called Worldwide Plaza. The structure's conception and construction have been documented on video to answer the thousand questions it inspires: What makes it stay up? Why was it built? Why pink? Who thought this up? What does it look like inside? The program tells the story of Dominic Conti, construction supervisor of Worldwide Plaza; not the architect or financier, not the practitioner of any of the highly skilled building crafts, not the real estate salesman but the connecting point between all of these and more. Master coordinator, politician, troubleshooter, buck-stopper, the man who made it happen.
13-4250 79 min. $ 29.95 ©1991

Down and Out in America
This film, narrated by Lee Grant, takes us into the streets and brings the nightmare home. Truth is more fascinating than fiction.
13-1827 60 min. $ 29.95 ©1985

Drugs: A Plague Upon The Land
Hosted by Peter Jennings. The gang-infested underworld of the drug trade is placed under the network microscope in this aggressive news investigation from ABC. With eye-popping footage from the underbelly of America, this program is testament to the fact that Cocaine, Crack, Heroin, PCP, and other illegal "recreational" drugs are truly destroying large segments of our society at every economic level.
13-5749 60 min. $ 19.95

Earthshaking Tattoos
On January 17, 1994, at 4:31 a.m., the largest earthquake to ever strike California, rocked the Los Angeles basin. Concrete crumbled, wood splintered, glass shattered, steel twisted and buildings collapsed. But the spirit of the people of Los Angeles could not be broken. From the rubble, they picked up their lives and started to rebuild. The sounds of the city came back to life. From the sounds of the jack-hammers... to the sound of the Tattoo Machines.
13-4466 60 min. $ 29.95 ©1994

Edge of History
Filmed in 1983 at a Physicians for Social Responsibility meeting, this program offers an updated description and analysis of the current nuclear threat. Twelve distinguished men and women discuss the need for a "new mode of thinking" about the nuclear weapons race. An important film on an important issue.
13-0212 28 min. $ 49.95

End of Camelot
The story of JFK. Meet the people who were there at one of this country's most important events--and hear what they have to say as though it were yesterday. One of the most dramatic historical documentaries ever made.
13-4323 90 min. $ 19.95 ©1992 1-56331-019-8

Everest: Collector's Three Volume Gift Boxed Set
Reaching 5 1/2 miles into the sky, Everest is a massive pyramid of of intimidating rock, freezing cold and hurricane force winds. It is the highest point on Earth, and is also deadly...for every five people who reach the summit, one dies trying. This extraordinary production is the definitive documentary of the history and mystery of the most awesome mountain on Earth.
13-4936 170 min. $ 49.95 ©1997

Execution at Midnight: Death Row
Since the U.S. resumed the death penalty in 1977, over 3,000 people in 36 states have been sentenced to death. As the debate over the morality of the death penalty still rages, A&E examines what many Americans call justice and others term barbarity.
13-4229 100 min. $ 29.95 ©1993 1-56501-157-0

Eyes in the Sky
Explore how satellites serve humankind's needs, from tracking endangered species, to providing us with a new understanding of the Earth's weather patterns, to serving as an essential link in the new global telecommunications village. An in-depth look at the satellites that watch over us.
13-4502 100 min. $ 19.95 ©1995 1-56331-376-6

Faces of War
Controversial look at Americans working in Nicaragua and El Salvador. This program explains the political situations in those coountries and shows how concerned Americans are helping to develop food and health resources for the betterment of war-torn populations. Hosted by Mike Farrell of the MASH TV show.
13-0251 38 min. $ 39.95

Forgiven: The Charles "Tex" Watson Story
He murdered his way into the history books with the Charles Manson "family". Could God forgive someone like Charles "Tex" Watson? Could Tex forgive himself? Could the families of the victims forgive him? How could he become... Forgiven? The most powerful forgiveness message ever put on film with the actual participants telling their stories!
13-4782 30 min. $ 15.99 ©1996 0-7644-3002-5

Guns: A Day in the Death of America
America's death toll from handguns is rising. This program uncovers the human realities behind the statistics, in a chilling account of all gun-related deaths that occurred on a randomly selected day, July 16, 1989. On that day 61 men, women and children were shot to death in murders, suicides, accidents, police actions and acts of self-defense. With 180 million guns in private hands (enough to put two firearms in every U.S. household) anyone is a potential victim.
13-8347 47 min. $ 99.95 ©1990

Harlem Diary: Nine Voices of Resilience
Renowned author and socio-ethnographer Terry Williams provides Harlem youths with notebooks and video cameras to tell the true story of their lives. Hard-working students, single mothers, young offenders, and hip-hop dreamers, they're all part of this program.
13-4424 100 min. $ 19.95 ©1996 1-56331-396-0

Hemp Revolution
Tells the amazing and little known story of the Hemp plant. Hemp (Cannabis Sativa, aka Marijuana), probably the first plant ever to be cultivated, was among the world's largest agricultural crops until the late 1800's. This feature length documentary explores the plant's fascinating history, its thousands of uses, the economic and cultural forces behind its prohibition, and its modern potential to solve major environmental problems.
13-4781 75 min. $ 19.95 ©1996

This program can assist you in building your receptionist skills. Both volumes cover techniques to help make you a more effective and satisfied receptionist.
13-4542 96 min. $ 39.95 ©1996
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HUD: America's Slumlord
Host Bill Kurtis presents this provocative report revealing the corruption, mismanagement and scandal that created the urban housing crisis. What was envisioned as short-term affordable housing has developed into a prison of crime, violence and fear. And the U.S. government hold the keys.
13-4227 50 min. $ 19.95 ©1994 1-56501-378-6

In Our Defense
Examines how the quest to find security through ever-expanding arsenals has made us steadily less secure, personally, economically and militarily. It shows the economic impact of military spending and looks at the folly of civil defense planning for nuclear war. Hosted by Mike Farrell of the MASH TV show.
13-0434 30 min. $ 39.95

In the Nuclear Shadow: What Can the Children Tell Us.
Children of various races and backgrounds openly discuss their responses to the threat of nuclear war. In this deeply moving documentary they express their fear, anger and feelings of helplessness as well as their hope that the nuclear dilemma can and will be solved. A 1984 Oscar nominee.
13-0215 25 min. $ 49.95

Jupiter's Wife
Wandering New York's Central Park with her pack of dogs and an enormous backpack, Maggie, a beguiling homeless woman, claims to be the daughter of actor Robert Ryan and married to the Roman god Jupiter. A haunting, real-life mystery. This program has earned rave reviews from critics and audiences nationwide.
13-4533 78 min. $ 24.95 ©1996 1-56501-788-1

Kids' Cove
Swampscott, Massachusetts is described as a town where in ten years nothing totally positive had happened. That was until a local mother had an idea. The children of Swampscott needed a playground...what if the community got together and put one up? Once the idea was born, it took off. After hours, days and months of brainstorming and planning the big moment arrived. It was September, 1988 and for five grueling days the women, men and children of Swampscott labored together to dig holes, saw, lift, sand and weld every last surface. The community has the memory of an experience that it will never forget.
13-4130 14 min. $ 19.95 ©1989

Last Epidemic
Conveys in plain language the effects of one or more nuclear weapons on a civilian population, while using visuals which actually show the effects of a nuclear explosion. It describes the drastic damage to the environment and the long- range devastation to the planet and features internationally recognized authorities from both the scientific and medical communities. This program has been described as "overwhelming," "harrowing" and "devastating."
13-0211 28 min. $ 49.95

Millennium Bug's Deadliest Secret
People are asking "Why didn't anyone tell us about the 'other' Y2K problem?" This video explores the "other" Y2K problem, and explains what can happen if just one chip fails. Join 5 Y2K experts as they outline this "secret" Y2K problem.
13-4930 30 min. $ 19.95 ©1998 1-892709-04-X

MTV Examined
This program provides parents information needed to make an educated decision concerning MTV. This accurate and compelling analysis scrutinizes the charges that MTV is responsible for violent crimes and uses examples of it's programming that may have provoked the crimes. Excellent for parents, youth leaders, and concerned citizens.
13-4111 30 min. $ 19.95 ©1993 0-934837-57-0

On Trial: The William Kennedy Smith Case
A chronicle of coverage by ABC News of one of the most celebrated court cases of our time. A charge of rape against a member of America's most prominent family and a plea of innocence by the accused, William Kennedy Smith. He and his alleged victim are face-to-face in a Palm Beach Florida courtroom, each telling their stories in fascinating detail.
13-8293 50 min. $ 29.98 ©1992

One For the Road With Charles Kuralt and Morley Safer
In a moving interview with Safer, Kuralt looks back at his life, recalling a Depression-era childhood and what he really thinks about retiring.
13-4298 46 min. $ 19.98 ©1994

Police in Pursuit
In this incredible program, police video cameras witness some of the most amazing car chases and crashes ever captured on videotape. It features dangerous highway incidents and white-knuckle driving action.
13-4468 43 min. $ 14.95 ©1996 1-56127-742-8

Rape: Cries from the Heartland
One in five women will be raped at some point in their lives, says the U.S. Senate report of March, 1991. This program reveals a disturbing portrait of rape as it really is; an act of violence, not sex. In addition to chronicling the efforts of police and sexual-abuse workers, this documentary explores the long term psychological effects of rape.
13-8346 45 min. $ 99.95 ©1991

REMEMBER September 11, 2001
Every generation shares a collective memory of events that bind us and that define our times. Rarely, if ever, has one day taken so many innocent lives or affected so many people worldwide. Footage was gathered from the Associated Press, various news sources, amateur home video and private organizations in order to document the events in a personal yet timeless manner.
13-4961 25 min. $ 14.95 ©2001

Rodney King Case: What the Jury Saw
Watch actual courtroom video of the Rodney G. King beating case.
13-8039 120 min. $ 24.95 ©1992

Sentenced for Life
Through candid discussions with young survivors of alcohol related accidents, this program provides a frank, first-hand look at the devastating effects of drunk driving. A film that gives teenagers an important edge-the facts about drinking and driving.
13-2293 40 min. $ 29.95

A frightening portrait of an American film crew who lived with a Salvadoran family for two tragic years in the hell of El Salvador's Civil War. Features music by Bob Dylan; Peter, Paul and Mary; and Randy Master.
13-0439 30 min. $ 34.95

Slave Trade in the World Today
Shocking documentary on actual slavery practices in the world today.
13-4540 90 min. $ 19.98 ©1965

Soviets, Meet Middle America!
Follow the adventures of Andrei, Boris, Lyubov and Petras as they travel from coast to coast, stay in people's homes and experience America in a thousand ways. Feel the excitement as people from both cultures, who have been denied access to each other for decades, meet face-to-face. See how these ordinary Soviet citizens become instant celebrities, representing their country to curious Americans.
13-5121 30 min. $ 39.95

Spies Above
Learn how intelligence-gathering satellites changed the course of history, for better or worse, in this first-ever film produced with the co-operation of the CIA and the NRO, an agency so secret that its very name was classified until recently. See actual photographs taken by spy satellites. Visit the top-secret places of intelligence analysts. And, listen to high ranking officials discuss what they have never been allowed to disclose until now.
13-4501 50 min. $ 19.95 ©1996 1-56331-392-8

Subway: The Empire Beneath New York's Streets
Beneath the fierce commotion on the streets of the "Big Apple," lies an astonishing network of tunnels, turnstiles, and technology. Experimental cars, subway disasters, construction miracles, and greedy financiers are all part of the brute legend of the world's largest subway system.
13-4185 50 min. $ 19.95 ©1994 1-56501-351-4

Terrorism: The New World War
From sportscaster Jim McKay's memorable broadcasts from the Munich Olympics of 1972, this tape chronicles the accelerated rise of a new religious and political weapon: terror. Few areas of the globe are spared.
13-5758 60 min. $ 24.95 ©1989

Texas Rangers: Police... Stop or We'll Shoot
They're the toughest cops in America. They're the legendary armed highway patrol. Now, for the first time on video, see the actual film they shoot form their own cars at speeds of up to 115 miles per hour.
13-4469 48 min. $ 14.95 ©1996 1-56127-743-6

U.N.: Peacekeeping or Warmaking?
How could the U.N. become more effective and efficient? What is the U.S.'s role in helping the U.N. accomplish its tasks? A fast-paced, savvy, up-to-the minute review of current political realities, produced as part of the Center for Defense Information's "America's Defense Monitor" series.
13-4747 28 min. $ 24.95 ©1994

Individual occupations correspond to standard occupational classification titles found in many other sources of career information. Each tape contains descriptions of occupations within a broad segment of the work world.
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Vision of Hope, Preventing Violence
An inspirational program that examines our culture of violence and looks at ways we can reverse its rising tide to create safe and healthy communities. It delivers a powerful message of hope and courage that needs to be seen by policy makers at all levels, community members, parents and youth. Even more, this is a call to action, a call for everyone to work together to reduce the violence that permeates our society. Discover how prevention efforts offer a promise for violence-free neighborhoods. Hear what the experts have learned. Listen to the determined people who are making this happen!
13-4665 20 min. $ 24.95 ©1996

The Vocational Visions Career Series is designed to increase career awareness by providing high school and vocational students with information that will help them make appropriate career decisions. It includes interviews with people in various occupations to provide useful information in a lively and personal format that makes viewing fun as well as educational!
13-4349 69 min. $ 19.95 ©1994
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Wall: The Making And Breaking Of The Berlin Wall
At the Brandenburg Gate on New Year's Eve 1989 it was not just the new decade that the people were celebrating. History was in the making, 28 years of communist domination and unabridged rule had been demolished, and with it, the fall of the Iron Curtain. This fascinating and informative documentary traces the historical events of the past 28 years. From the horrifying erection of the Wall in 1961 through the celebration at the Brandenburg Gate on 12th December 1989, when the wall was finally smashed.
13-6450 50 min. $ 19.95

What About the Russians?
Are the Russians ahead in the nuclear arms race? Why the concern over the MX, Cruise, and Pershing missiles? Can we trust the Russians to honor a nuclear weapons treaty? How can we end the arms race and maintain our national security? These and other important questions are discussed by Robert McNamara, former defense secretary; George Kennan, former ambassador to the U.S.S.R; William Colby, former director of the CIA; and John Marshall Lee, Vice-Admiral U.S. Navy (Ret).
13-0213 26 min. $ 49.95

Acclaimed author and respected consultant Noelle Nelson, Ph.D, has helped attorneys at the nation's top law firms win cases and maximize jury awards. Learn what it takes to prepare for that important litigation and to present yourself and your witness in a credible manner.
13-4187 50 min. $ 19.95 ©1994 1-56501-250-X
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Wise Use
A timberman's view of a properly managed southern forest. Accepted and shown on many PBS stations, this program depicts the lessons learned and the problems solved by today's lumberman.
13-8066 58 min. $ 99.95 ©1991 1-56501-091-4

Women: For America, For the World
This film celebrates women who have the vision, courage and determination to re-define the meaning of security for our nation and our world, and then confront the economic and political vested interests in the arms race. With common sense and compassion, they speak out for our health, educational and economic needs but, most importantly, for the future of our children. Features a roster of prominent American women.
13-0214 28 min. $ 49.95

Yitzhak Rabin: Seven Days in November
A stirring look at the events and emotions surrounding the assassination of the late Prime Minister of Israel. This portrait of a shattering historical event is a passionate tribute to a great world leader and an examination of a nation in transition. Built on the footage of Channel 2 reporters and broadcasters covering events as they occurred, this moving study of his 50 year service to his country is a masterpiece of documentary filmmaking.
13-4791 80 min. $ 29.95 ©1996 1-56086-072-3

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