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Social & Political Issues

7 Up in South Africa
Compelling portraits of the bright and charming children portrayed in this program are strikingly contrasted with the social turbulence that surrounds them. The innocence that defines the children is sadly compromised by the intolerance of their communities.
13-4669 80 min. $ 19.95 1-56633-070-X

80 Blocks From Tiffany's
Producer Gary Weis (Saturday Night Live) captures the Brooklyn streets as never before seen. This "Esquire" magazine expose looks behind the scenes of New York street gangs and explores actual police interaction and surveillance of the gangs. This film exposes in detail the youth gangs' organizations, illegal activities and techniques. Not recommended for children.
13-0372 72 min. $ 39.95 ©1985

A. Einstein: How I See the World
To see the world through the eyes of Albert Einstein is to see some of the 20th century's most potent events from a unique perspective--and one much wilder than you may think.
13-8149 60 min. $ 19.95

Age of Ballyhoo, Narrated by Gloria Swanson
The 20's roar in! A glittering time of speakeasies, flappers and the jazz age. Three Emmy Awards.
13-0285 60 min. $ 24.95

American Family: The Postwar Years 1946-1948
Presents facts about the family from a revealing study of child development to the steadily increasing life expectancy in adults during this time period.
13-2021 89 min. $ 19.95

American Gangster
A gripping look at the birth of organized crime in America.
13-8271 45 min. $ 16.95

American Justice
Investigates historical crimes of the 20th Century and explores how they have altered the American system of justice. Each episode (approx. 25 mins.) focuses on one crime, examining the criminal and his motives, how the crime was committed, the manner in which it was solved and the repercussions of the case on the criminal justice system. Four tape set.
13-4474 400 min. $ 99.95 ©1992

American Lifestyles 1939-1950/ America's Youth 1940-1950
13-8216 90 min. $ 19.95

Why did a culture numbering into the hundreds of thousands suddenly disappear? Will the excavation of the Haynie Ruins reveal the secret of the Anasazi? Dozens of rooms have been excavated, unearthing many burial sites, arrowheads, stone and bone tools, pottery and jewelry.
13-0487 37 min. $ 49.95

Anasazi: The Ancient Ones
The Navajo Indian meaning of "Anasazi" is "Ancient Ones." A remnant of a culture numbering into the millions. Carbon dating in this ruin goes back several thousand years. The Anasazi disappeared from the face of the earth 700 to 800 years ago, and no two authorities can agree on why, or on what became of them. Watch the actual unearthing of ancient burials, many stone tools, arrowheads, and pottery; and hear the story of what is known of the Anasazi.
13-0142 24 min. $ 19.95

As If It Were Yesterday
This film documents the little known heroism of the Belgian people who, during the Nazi occupation, hid, placed or helped over 4,000 Jewish children excape deportation and extermination, often doing so at the risk of their own lives. Through interviews with survivors and with the Belgians who had hidden children, a deeply moving story unfolds that reminds us about the marvellous generoustiy of people of goodwill.
13-0227 85 min. $ 49.95

Backstage at the White House
A rare, behind-the-scenes look at some great personal moments in the lives of our presidents and their families. Unforgettable moments that reveal the human side of the world's most powerful men.
13-0146 60 min. $ 19.95 ©1985

Best Evidence: The Research Video
On November 22, 1963, shots rang out in Dallas, Texas, that were heard around the world: President John F. Kennedy was dead. The assassination remains a mystery to this day. But one man has uncovered shocking new evidence that must be seen to be believed.
13-6578 35 min. $ 16.95

California Reich
Deals with a bizarre, complicated and frightening phenomenon: the rebirth of the Nazi movement in America. It took three months to get inside the front door of a Nazi household and another eight months before cameras were permitted to roll. The results are both poignant and chilling; the fear and hatred that motivates these individuals has roots in very real and recognizable frustrations the same frustrations that inspired an ex- paperhanger named Adolf Hitler to try to conquer the world. Be prepared, because the Nazis portrayed are not heel-clicking, Hollywood creations. More frighteningly, they are the men, women and children who may live next door.
13-0147 55 min. $ 49.95 ©1977

Change in Perspective
Introduces you to five people who lead productive lives because they stress ability over disability. This program examines the physical and social issues connected with spinal cord injury and smashes outdated attitudes about persons with disabilities.
13-4865 30 min. $ 39.95 ©1995

Chicago Politics: A Theatre of Power
Enter the startling and dramatic world of Chicago politics-the naked prejudices, the rhetoric and the mechanisms of power.
13-1865 87 min. $ 29.95 ©1987

Christopher Columbus Quincentennial
An artistic interpretation of historic reality based on documented accounts from European and American sources. In a step back into the nautical aspects of the Middle Ages, it depicts the living conditions and limitations of a voyage undertaken 500 years ago, with all the dangers and unknowns to be confronted. This production is a pleasure and spectacle to be viewed by all ages...again and again.
13-8023 60 min. $ 19.95 ©1991

Cities at War: The Doomed City-Berlin
On August 25, 1940, the RAF made its first raid on the city Garmans said could never be bombed. Five years later, three quarters of Berlin lay in rubble, 80,000 of its citizens lost, and it was firmly in the hands of its enemies, Today, the city is divided in half but has survived
13-0150 65 min. $ 29.95 ©1968

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13-0209 59 min. $ 49.95

Courtesans of Bombay
Documentary about the young women of India who train in singing, dancing and the pleasing of men.
13-8270 74 min. $ 29.95

13-8205 67 min. $ 24.95

Dark Days At The White House: The Watergate Scandal And The Resignation Of President Richard M. Nixon
Seldom in our history as a country has the nightly news been so important to us. During the Watergate scandal, we tuned in ritualistically to see what new development had taken place. From the "Saturday Night Massacre" to the final resignation speech, this videocassette provides up-to-minute details on the doomed presidency of Richard M. Nixon.
13-5756 60 min. $ 24.95 ©1989

Death Of The Nile: The Struggle For Peace And The Assassination Of Anwar Sadat
This program provides a public biography of Anwar Sadat's political life. Initiating a peace process that would forever change the dynamics of the Middle East, Sadat had to suffer the ultimate martyrdom for his efforts-death by an assassin's bullet. On-the-spot news coverage of key events, including the historic Camp David accords with President Jimmy Carter and Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin. Featuring ABC news personalities Frank Reynolds, Barbara Walters, Harry Reasoner, Howard K. Smith, and others.
13-5759 60 min. $ 24.98 ©1989

Design For a Positive Future
Do you feel overwhelmed by media reports about polluted air and water? Are you searching for a new vision of a better life? On this tape, futurist Barbara Marx Hubbard and her "Design Team" propose an action agenda to solve society's dilemmas. They call for the creation of an "Office for the Future" to implement positive answers to pressing human needs.
13-9154 26 min. $ 24.95 ©1988

Explore: Headhunters of Borneo
Join host James Coburn on an unforgettable expedition to the most dangerous jungle on earth. This exciting trek features killer ants, poisonous snakes, deadly crocodiles and blow- gun wielding natives.
13-1880 45 min. $ 29.95

Exploring Atlantis
Dr. Frank Alper, author of the trilogy "Ecploring Atlantis," takes us on a "journey back in time," piecing together the moral, social, cultural and economic practices, and the philosophy of ancient Atlantis. He explains how mankind today can rise above destructive forces and utilize the knowledge from Atlantis to bring us an age of enlightenment.
13-0433 113 min. $ 59.95

Fall of the Roman Empire
Starring Sophia Loren, Stephen Boyd, Alec Guinness, Alex Guinness, Omar Sharif and others. The story traces the political and human reasons for the demise of the Pax Romana and one of the greatest civilizations the world has ever known.
13-0138 152 min. $ 49.95

Freedom: A Conflict of Interest
This takes you to the heart of Eastern Europe to see and hear first-hand interviews with Christian leaders. Dr. Reinhold J. Kerstan hosts this challenging documentary.
13-9110 60 min. $ 29.95

Generation Apart
This film portrays the impact of the Holocaust on families of concentration camp survivors. Now that the children of survivors are grown, it has become painfully clear that their parents' wartime horrors have formed very real emotional impressions on their families' relationships. Here these family relationships are examined with incredible candor, showing the sometimes explosive confrontations between the survivors and their children.
13-0228 56 min. $ 49.95 ©1986

Gerald Ford: Oath of Office
Unelected as President of the United States, Gerald Ford takes that oath of office. Students are asked to analyze the interpretation.
13-8287 16 min. $ 39.95 ©1982

Golden Door: Our Nation of Immigrants
This outstanding study of immigration in the United States gives the viewer a compassionate understanding of the immigrant experience as well as recounting the history of immigration laws.
13-2233 20 min. $ 74.95

Great American Speeches: 80 Years of Political Oratory
Narrated by former White House press secretary Jody Powell, this is the most complete videotape of American speeches ever created. 35 speeches (not dramatizations) are presented, from Teddy Roosevelt to the present. Others include: "Fightin' Bob" LaFollette, Huey Long, FDR, John L. Lewis, the Army-McCarthy debates, MacArthur, Patton, Nixon, JFK, RFK, Goldwater, Rockefeller, Martin Luther King Jr., Malcolm X, Ronald Reagan, Barbara Jordan, Cuomo, Jackson and more. Two tape set.
13-4475 240 min. $ 39.95 ©1995 0-9649168-0-0

Great Civil War Debate
13-4910 120 min. $ 19.95 ©1998 1-57341-096-9

Great Decisions
Abraham Lincoln and the Emancipation Proclamation: We are led along his path to President Lincoln's moment of decision. Here the film stops momentarily with the question... "If you were the President of the United States, what would you have done?" William McKinley and American Imperialism: In 1908, President McKinley must make a fateful decision: whether or not to go to war with Spain and consequently, to embark on a policy of imperialism for the first time, acquiring colonies thousands of miles from America's shores. Woodrow Wilson: Fight for a League of Nations: Did Wilson help or harm his cause by trying to force the Senate to accept his views by making a direct appeal to the American public?
13-0276 75 min. $ 39.95 ©1976

Guiding Hand: The Clinton Influence of Arkansas Education
An inside look at Clinton's outcome based education oriented governor's school in Arkansas. Interviews with parents, students, and past employees. Allegations documented in the "Guiding Hand" include Clinton's endorsement of: radical homosexuality, classic socialism, rebellion, abortion rights, eastern/new age philosophy, and communism. One student claims the school practiced what was described as "cult like brain washing".
13-4108 21 min. $ 19.95 ©1992 0-934837-61-9

This program can assist you in building your receptionist skills. Both volumes cover techniques to help make you a more effective and satisfied receptionist.
13-8064 50 min. $ 18.95 ©1991
13-8062 50 min. $ 18.95 ©1991
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13-8236 88 min. $ 19.95
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If I'm Elected... Modern Campaign Techniques
Viewers learn how running a campaign has turned from the noble pursuit our founders planned into a manipulative science. Although campaigns from the beginning suffered from negative rhetoric, in the age of television they have become even more harsh and... a lot less truthful. Viewers learn about the fascinating roles played by political consultants and the powerful influence they have on candidates. They learn how campaigns control and manage news-media coverage and the significant role money plays in backing the candidate. This goes through noteworthy campaigns to look at and analyze why politicians seeking office say and do what they do.
13-4413 30 min. $ 69.95 ©1993 1-56450-150-7

Image Before My Eyes
Before its destrucion, Poland was the largest and most important center of Jewish culture and creativity in the world. Through rare films, photographs, memorabilia, music and interviews with survivors, this lost culture is recreated. This is Jewish life in Ploand from the late 19th centry through the 1930's. A touching monument to this vanished era.
13-0229 90 min. $ 59.95 ©1985

Independence: Texas Gains Its Freedom-1836, Washington, Texas
In this dramatic re-enactment, Sam Houston and other legends of Texas history meet to declare Texas a free nation from Mexico. As the armies of General Santa Ana moved to crush the rebellious colonists, these brave men stayed behind to frame a constitution for the new republic. Official film of the Texas Sesquicentennial.
13-0339 35 min. $ 24.95

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It's Up to the Women
Featuring Joanne Woodward and Jane Alexander, this provides information on the number and cost of nuclear weapons as well as the ethical and political issues inherent in our nuclear policies. Taped in the U.S. House Representatives, this program combines interviews with experts and a cross-section of women with music and dramatic readings.
13-9809 28 min. $ 49.95 ©1984

JFK: Remembered
Award winning examination of JFK's 1000 days in office. Considered the best program ever done on Kennedy.
13-8298 54 min. $ 14.98

John F. Kennedy: Inauguration Speech
The complete speech of President Kennedy and the famous lines "Ask not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country" are included.
13-8290 13 min. $ 39.95 ©1976

Just Around the Corner, Narrated by Alexander Scourby
Americans struggle through the bad times of the Great Depression. Winner of the New York International Film and TV Festival Silver Award.
13-0288 60 min. $ 24.95

Liberty Weekend
Highlights of a once-in-a-lifetime event-the centennial celebration for the Statue of Liberty.
13-0336 45 min. $ 19.95

Life and Death of Malcolm X
This fascinating documentary shows dozens of Malcolm X speeches, interviews and a special TV show. You'll also hear a secret recording of an FBI agent trying to bribe Malcolm and a never before seen confession from one of his assassins.
13-8299 90 min. $ 16.95 ©1992

Line in the Sand: What Did America Win?
Peter Jennings examines the prospects for peace in the Middle East, the effects the war had on weapons build-ups and the political leadership of the region in the wake of Operation Desert Storm.
13-8295 50 min. $ 19.98

Make the United Nations Work: The Case for the Binding Triad
Richard Hudson of the Center for War/Peace Studies proposes how to turn the General Assembly from a debating society passing high-minded non-binding resolutions into an operational legislature capable of creating enforceable world laws. The key is a weighted voting system.
13-4749 28 min. $ 24.95 ©1985

March of Time
From a 40-year history of film making, including Charlie Chaplin and Al Jolson, to British film makers, challenge to Hollywood, including Stewart Granger and Ronald Coleman.
13-2018 73 min. $ 24.95

Mein Kampf
This visually riveting documentary portrays the rise and fall of German fascism and the worldwide destruction that followed in its wake. Contains original footage from German archives and many other sources. B&W.
13-0052 117 min. $ 39.95 1-56306-012-4

Millhouse: A White Comedy
This is one of the most controversial films ever made concerning one who has served in our nation's highest office. Utilizing film sequences from the career of Richard Millhouse Nixon, a comic yet terrifying portrait of the former President is drawn creating a political satire.
13-0290 90 min. $ 39.95

Miracle of Survival: The Birth of Israel
The modern military miracle--the stunning display of Israel's courage, skill and perseverance in the face of the enemy.
13-8003 60 min. $ 14.98

Molokai & Kalaupapa: The People, The Place, The Legacy
Breathtaking photography of the lavish tropical eden, where a community lived as exiles only to face death from their disease--leprosy. Heroic Father Damien lived and died for his commitment to bring dignity to their lives. Dramatic interviews with those living at that time and place.
13-4124 60 min. $ 29.95 ©1992

Created by Frank Brandt, "The Mother Goose Video Treasury" includes 38 of the most cherished Mother Goose rhymes.
13-8252 30 min. $ 19.95 ©1987
13-8251 30 min. $ 19.95 ©1987
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Mystery of the Pyramids
Eighty great edifices built over 6,000 years ago stand along the Nily Valley and throughout Egypt. These are the pyramids. How were they built? Who built them? What kind of civilization was that of ancient Egypt, capable of erecting these huge monuments? Is there really a curse of the pyramids? Shot on location, this film lets you join in the search for ansewrs to the mysteries of Egypt's most important pyramids.
13-0278 26 min. $ 24.95 ©1986

Nine Weeks for the Earth & The Challenge of World Citizenship
Two short subject on one tape: summarizing events staged in San Francisco between the 25th anniversary of Earth Day and the 50th anniversary of the U.N. Charter; and describing the institutions the global village needs for the 21st Century, including a People's Assembly at the U.N.
13-4748 34 min. $ 24.95 ©1995

An in-depth interview with the former President of the United States.
13-8327 74 min. $ 19.98
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Nixon: A Tribute
Develop an understanding of his life, his opinions and the events of his presidency as only Richard Nixon himself could convey. Learn from a master in the area of foreign affairs and relive: the summit meetings with Khruschev, the renewal of trade relations with China, and the ending of the Vietnam War. Share the domestic triumphs and defeats of the Nixon presidency: watch as Neil Armstrong takes "One small step for man... One giant leap for mankind"., experience the Watergate scandal from the perspective of the man at the center of the controversy.
13-4488 52 min. $ 19.95

Oliver North: Memo to History
This video tells the whole story of Lt. Colonel Oliver North's role in the entire Iran/Contra scandal. Contains footage of North and the hearings and shows the considerable talents of the charismatic Colonel.
13-1587 90 min. $ 19.95 ©1987

On the Bowery
Powerful documentary about a group of homeless alcoholics in New York's Bowery section.
13-2034 65 min. $ 29.95 ©1956

Organizing America: History of Trade Unions
The commentary of labor historians as well as union, business, and government officials helps to identify and explain significant events and influences that have changed the workplace over the last 200 years. The viewer encounters a series of important developments that have shaped American society as a whole: wars, the industrial revolution, immigration, unemployment, Marxism and class conflict, women in the workplace, the Depression and the New Deal, crime and corruption, civil rights, and the emergence of high technology. Received Silver Screen Award at the 1995 US International Film & Video Festival and the Bronze Apple at the 1995 National Educational Film & Video Festival.
13-4412 40 min. $ 89.95 ©1994 1-56450-225-2

Our Military Under Siege: Mission Accomplishment vs. Homosexual Demands
Through interviews with both active duty and retired officers, senior non commissioned officers, and other military experts, this film gives direct answers to tough questions. The fight over lifting the restrictions on homosexuals is a political one. Our military leadership is overwhelmingly opposed to changing the policy on homosexuals that existed before President Clinton took office. National security must take precedence over the demands of self-serving special interest groups.
13-4110 30 min. $ 19.95 ©1993 0-934837-55-4

Learn about letters, counting, stoplights, animals and more with the kids of Peppermint Park.
13-4019 29 min. $ 99 ©1989
13-4021 29 min. $ 99 ©1989
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This series helps the computer novice gain understanding of the different programs they may have to use on a daily basis. Book and exercise diskette included.
13-4659 426 min. $ 99.95 ©1993 0-7800-1271-2
13-4655 120 min. $ 29.95 ©1993 0-7800-1272-0
13-4656 120 min. $ 29.95 ©1993 0-7800-1273-9
13-4657 120 min. $ 29.95 ©1993 0-7800-1274-7
13-4658 120 min. $ 29.95 ©1993 0-7800-1275-5

Pieces of Eight: American's Earliest Money
This is the intriguing story of the Spanish mill dollar, the most important means of money exchange in the New World. Western actor Fess Parker leads you through 300 years of history, from Cortez' landing in the New World to the ups and downs of the struggling new nation and the modern day stock exchange. Learn what coin George Washington threw across the Rappahannock River; why the stock exchange trades in "eight" even today; why colonial money was backed by pirates' booty; early minting methods; what it means to bet a "fair shake: or " get clipped," why an American war was backed by pirate and Spanish loot; why a quarter is known as "two bits"; the designing of our earliest American money; and much more.
13-0119 26 min. $ 39.95

Plot to Kill JFK: Rush to Judgment
The assassination of John F. Kennedy has been wrapped in conspiracy-oriented theories and undertones ever since the act was undertaken by Lee Harvey Oswald in 1963. This film explores the theories of lawyer Mark Lane and provides-better than any other document-a basis for further exploration.
13-0342 60 min. $ 19.95 ©1988

Plot To Kill Robert Kennedy
Containing newly released documents, film clips, and formerly suppressed testimony, this program will make you think twice about the single- assassination theory that centers on Sirhan Sirhan.
13-5767 95 min. $ 19.95

Plough that Broke the Plains/ The River
Pae Lorentz's film broke the European monopoly on social documentaries. It was made in 1936 for the federal government. The film concerns the 400 million acres of the Great Plains, their settlement, misuse and consequences. Throughout, the makers' techniques and talents provide testimony to the power of film, and the revenge nature takes on those who misuse her. The River The story is one of man against nature. The setting: Tennessee in 1937. The task: to control the Mississippi and its flooding. B&W
13-0133 54 min. $ 29

Pope, A Road to Glory
This colorfully memorable depiction of the life of Pope John Paul II is masterfully portrayed by Albert Finney. This story follows him through his teen-age years to his installation as the universal head of The Roman Catholic Church. Also starring Brian Cox and Patrick Stewart (Star Trek: The Next Generation).
13-8040 150 min. $ 59.95

Positive Twenties
A powerful documentary focusing on a support group dedicated to serving young people dealing with HIV infection. This program portrays the lives of these young men as they come to terms with their situation and learn to face life on life's terms, one day at a time.
13-4713 30 min. $ 19.98 ©1994 1-887496-14-9

Price of Power: Money in Politics
This documentary zeroes in on the price candidates pay to win election to public office. The quest for money is as demanding on a candidate's time as is his or her quest for votes. This investigates where candidates get their money and what the trade in their quest for political power. This program takes a look at wealth and its influence on our first amendment rights and analyzes the role of money in campaigns including local, state, and national races.
13-4414 25 min. $ 69.95 ©1993 1-56450-151-5

Discover how to identify and manage the fine points and big picture of every project you manage. This program will help keep your projects on time and within budget.
13-8202 54 min. $ 24.95
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13-8161 95 min. $ 24.95

Each volume of The Psychology of Winning Learning System comprises a full 60-minute video presentation by Denis Waitley himself; a 60-minute audiocassette review of the video material; and an 80-page action guide which includes a test section worksheets, a reference guide, and a full transcript of the audio session.
13-8154 48 min. $ 19.95
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13-8156 62 min. $ 19.95
13-8158 48 min. $ 19.95
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Reagan Years in Pursuit of the American Dream
This traces the life from his childhood to his two terms in office as President of the United States.
13-8888 75 min. $ 29.95 ©1988

Remembering Life
A nostalgic look at the great years of Life Magazine. This documentary includes memorable photographs from the pages of Life, and interviews with the photographers who took them. Stories covered include World War II, the Korean War, the Civil Rights Movement, Hollywood, teenagers in the fifties, and the early years of the atomic bomb.
13-0170 60 min. $ 24.95

Reversing Roe: Norma McCorvey Story
Norma McCorvey's case was used to challenge the Texas abortion law and she eventually became the Jane Roe of the 1973 U.S. Supreme Court decision, Roe v. Wade. She never had an abortion, but instead became an icon in the national abortion debate. She promoted legalized abortion. But she was tormented by what she saw and felt. In the summer of 1995 her life changed forever. This is her story.
13-4570 30 min. $ 24.95 ©1996 1-57341-039-X

Richard Nixon: Resignation Speech
Never before in the history of the United States has a president resigned. Never before have the governmental positions, that of President and Vice-President, been simultaneously assumed by unelected officials. This is the final minutes of Richard Nixon and his resignation from the highest public elected office.
13-8286 16 min. $ 39.95 ©1982

Road to the White House '92
The three way race to the White House by George Bush, Bill Clinton and Ross Perot. Narrated by Bernard Shaw and Catherine Crier.
13-8332 90 min. $ 19.98

Royal Secrets
A German doctor slept his way to the throne of Denmark. An English king "ate" his way to power. The Spanish Hapsburgs kept it in the family, and bred disaster. Journey back in time to discover the truth behind the world's most famous murder mystery, The Prince of Wales with two wives, the animal side of Richard the Lionheart, the real Dracula. A royal flush of sorcerers and fools, madmen and impostors, lovers and killers, this series uncovers a thousand years of regal scandal. Three tape set.
13-4529 300 min. $ 49.95 ©1996 1-56331-416-9

Salt of the Earth
One of the most gripping and controversial films ever made. This film tells of the true struggle of a small New Mexico mining community to achieve better working and living conditions.
13-1860 94 min. $ 29.95 ©1987

Scotland Yard
The first inside look at that legendary institution of crimefighting. Hosted by David Niven, it's a rare, behind-the-scenes look at the history of British crime. Winner of the Christopher Award, Golden Mike Award, and nominated for an Emmy.
13-1870 60 min. $ 24.95 ©1971 1-56994-079-7

Second Chance Combat Shoot
A look at the Mardi Gras of shooting competition. The world's most popular shooting match is a week-long shooting, joking, pretty girls and good times! A highly entertaining documentary featuring action footage of some of the world's top shooters in competition using auto pistols, revolvers, shotguns, submachine guns, .50 calibers and even a cannon.
13-0431 90 min. $ 59.95

Second Gun
Robert Kennedy, about to make his charge at the Presidency, was gunned down in a kitchen of a Los Angeles hotel during the California Primary in 1968. Sirhan Sirhan is arrested and the eyewitness testimony is irrefutable. The bullets and gun match. It's an open and shut case! But is it? The autopsy raised questions yet uanswered. Was it conspiracy? Did two people, acting independently shoot RFK at the once? Who was the guard behind Kennedy? Why were key witnesses never interviewed?
13-0326 110 min. $ 19.95

Secret Service
1865 to the present, the inside story. This collection reveals the hidden world of the Secret Service, and the complete story of the assassinations and assaults that have marked its defining moments. A thorough investigation of the agency's state-of-the-art surveillance techniques and protection methods. This unprecedented production, filled with exclusive interviews and behind-the-scenes footage, is an unforgettable chronicle of the history and heroism of this elite corps. 4 Tape set.
13-4438 200 min. $ 59.95 ©1995 1-56501-521-5

Sentence, The
This dramatic film shows a reenactment of a man dying in the electric chair and a flashback to the murder he committed. This film does not take sides, pro or con, regarding capital punishment but rather lets the audience decide. This program should be viewed in a totally dark room while seated in an arm chair.
13-4548 10 min. $ 29.95 ©1983

Sex, Drugs & Democracy
How much freedom is too much? Every democratic society faces this question. Most have similar answers. Then, there's Holland. "Sex, Drugs and Democracy" is a startling and provocative film exploring the limits of personal freedom through an uncensored look at morality and politics in Holland.
13-4890 87 min. $ 24.95 ©1994

Show Business: The Postwar Years 1946-1950
Shows everything from pleasure-hungry Americans heading to the nightclub for entertainment by Jimmy Dorsey and Ed Wynn, to highlights of the early days of the musical cylinders that evolved into the popular LP record.
13-2019 92 min. $ 19.95

Song of the Imin
The true story of Japanese immigrants to the Hawaiian Islands. The Imin (imingrants) arriveed as sugar cane laborers, passed through the internment of World War II and bacame the business and political leaders of the new state.
13-0066 70 min. $ 49.95

Spirit of the Salt River Valley
A documentary of the historic events leading to the dedication of Theodore Roosevelt Dam on March 18, 1911. Using original photographs and re- enactment of actual events, this program dramatizes the struggles of the Hohokam Indians and the early spirit of the pioneers.
13-0369 17 min. $ 29.95

Children living on the streets, surviving on their wits as pimps, prostitutes, panhandlers and thieves. This is their true-to-life story. A haunting unforgettable look at "coming of age." It's about trying to find yourself, when all you really see is hell.
13-0282 92 min. $ 24.95

Strengthening the United Nations
We can turn the United Nations into an effective instrument for planetary management. Suggested reforms include increasing the U.N.'s power to keep the peace, mediate regional conflicts, prevent environmental crises, prosecute international criminals and protect human rights.
13-9160 30 min. $ 24.95 ©1982

Thank You, Mr. President
John F. Kennedy was a master of the press conference. Watch as this program highlights the best moments from his biweekly meetings with the White House Press Corps. Kennedy's wit, charm and intelligence shine through as always, as he discussed U.S.-Soviet relations, nuclear war, women's rights and much more.
13-0071 45 min. $ 19.95 ©1984

Then They Came for Me
This documentary details alarming instances of suppression of religious and personal freedoms. Extensively researched, the show was filmed on location in Germany, Austria and France, and is based on interviews with political observers, religious leaders, and intellectuals, who express views of the present and concern for the future.
13-4819 50 min. $ 24.95 ©1994 1-56839-027-0

13-0445 60 min. $ 19.95 ©1987
13-0444 60 min. $ 19.95 ©1987
13-0446 60 min. $ 19.95 ©1987

Times of Harvey Milk
13-0374 90 min. $ 19.95

The most flexible, economical way to train your team. Let Verne Harnish teach you the principles that will help ensure the long-term health of your organization and your career.
13-2022 90 min. $ 19.95
13-2020 89 min. $ 19.95
13-2023 105 min. $ 19.95

Toward a Governed World
Profusely illustrated interviews with three articulate globalists answer questions posed by persons-on-the-street about how to move from the present unruly international system toward orderly planetary management.
13-4752 27 min. $ 24.95 ©1986

Town Meeting: A Process Run Amok: Thomas/Hill Hearings
A discussion of the political and media issues surrounding the Clarence Thomas/Anita Hill sexual harassment Senate hearings. Has the confirmation process in this country run amok? Ted Koppel is joined by Senators Alan Simpson, Bill Bradley and others with a an audience featuring Ralph Nader, Nina Totenberg and other Washington politicians and reporters to discuss these issues.
13-8294 90 min. $ 19.98

Traa Dy Liooar
This is the Manx Gaelic tern for "time enough," a phrase that sums up the true character of Manzmen over the centuries. The Isle of Man is located in the Irish Sea and has a history stretching back over a thousand years, and some of the most beautiful scenery you'll ever see. This is a film about the people, their early beginnings, and the world's first parliament founded over 1,000 years ago by the Vikings,
13-0172 22 min. $ 29.95

13-8215 89 min. $ 19.95
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13-8217 105 min. $ 19.95
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13-8212 73 min. $ 19.95

Features Laura McKenzie.
13-4499 58 min. $ 19.95 ©1996 1-56127-750-9
13-4500 52 min. $ 19.95 ©1996 1-56127-749-5

Troubles Beyond our Shores Part III
13-8232 82 min. $ 19.95

Truth Behind the Declaration of Independence
This proves that the intent of the Declaration of Independence was to create a society based on Christian values using the Bible as its sole source of guidance.
13-4850 82 min. $ 19.95 ©1995 1-57341-044-6

Two Great Crusades (1935-1945)
The New Deal and World War II are the focus of this look at the U.S.'s two modern crises.
13-0011 50 min. $ 64.95 ©1982 1-55919-519-3

Two Kennedys
A look at the Kennedy assissinations. Were they separate incidents or part of a conspiracy? Explore the evidency with this insightful look into recent history. This is the film that major TV braoadcasting companies would not put on the air.
13-0075 115 min. $ 59.95

U.N. Day: Nurturing World Peace
As a global citizen, each individual has a positive contribution to make towards world peace. Join the late Henry Fonda, Armand Hammer and others as they celebrate the U.N.'s achievements, such as eradicating smallpox and preventing many wars from escalating.
13-9158 24 min. $ 14.95 ©1981

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 review of current political realities, produced as part of the Center for Defense Information's "America's Defense Monitor" series.
13-4750 28 min. $ 24.95 ©1994

This controversial documentary brings the sixties and seventies vividly to life by interweaving the stories of The Weathermen, underground political activists, with the history of the times. "Underground" includes many significant events and personalities of the era: The Civil Rights Movement, Malcolm X, Martin Luther King, Bob Dylan and others.
13-0346 88 min. $ 29.98

13-0482 50 min. $ 24.95
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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.
30-8281 48 min. $ 24.95
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30-8279 48 min. $ 24.95
30-8278 48 min. $ 24.95

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!
13-8107 60 min. $ 19.95
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13-8110 60 min. $ 19.95
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13-8108 60 min $ 19.95

Watergate: The Secret Story
The definitive account of the "third-rate burglary" that brought down an administration, vividly told with much new information.
13-4302 94 min. $ 19.98 ©1992

We All Came to America
The waves of immigration have helped build America as thousands of new Americans settle in. Freedom Foundation Award Winner. Narrated by Theodore Bikel.
13-0287 60 min. $ 24.95 ©1986

We the Peoples...Global Dialogue: Keeping the Peace
Parliamentarians for Global Action, after hearing from Secretary-General Boutros Boutros-Ghali at the U.N., consider the practical implications of preventive diplomacy and anticipatory deployment of U.N. forces.
13-4751 28 min. $ 24.95 ©1994

When I Think of Russia
Over the centuries, men have forsaken their homeland for a variety of reasons, but freedom to kive one's life as one chooses has always been foremost among them. Six Russian artists and performers-each at the top if his field-discuss their ambivalent feelings toward art, freedom, America and Russia. dancer Mikhail Baryshnokov, pianist Vladimir Ashkenazy, poet Joseph Brodksy, chess grand master Victor Korchnoi, painter Mikhail Chemaikin, and sculptor Ernst Neizvestny left Russia over the last 20 years under different circumstances, yet several things unite them. They each consider art, not politics, as their main motive for change, and they all feel that they have, in the end, paid a high personal and cultural price for artistic freedom. In this program, which reveals details of their past and present lives, Baryshnikov dances, Ashkenazy performs with Eugene Ormandy, and Brodsky recites a poem dedicated to his son.
13-0279 60 min. $ 59.95 ©1986

When Women Kill
Narrated and directed by Lee Grant. In this intensely powerful program, you will witness a horrifying close-up of seven psychologically trampled women who have been "forced" to kill. The stories are remarkably similar and their victims are most often domineering men-of-violence. This program includes an in-prison confession of Leslie Van Houton, who submitted to the violent will of Charles Manson. We are certain you will never forget this film.
13-5768 55 min. $ 29.95

Who Killed JFK?: Facts Not Fiction
The original thought provoking 48 Hours telecast, exploring the conspiracy theories surrounding the Kennedy assassination.
13-4303 70 min. $ 14.98 ©1992

William McKinley: American Imperialism
In 1898, President McKinley must make a fateful decision; whether or not to go to war with Spain and as a consequence embark on a policy of imperialism for the first time, acquiring colonies thousands of miles from America. As students face this decision, they begin to learn that our complex society holds no simple and easy solutions.
13-8289 25 min. $ 39.95 ©1976

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.
13-2288 52 min. $ 19.95
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Witness - Voices from the Holocaust
13-4958 90 min. $ 35 ©1999

Woodrow Wilson: A Fight for a League of Nations
This program presents a classic case in the problem of decision making. Did Wilson help or harm his cause by trying to force the Senate to accept his views with a direct appeal to the American Public? This program stimulates debate not only on the crucial issues of peace and World government, but the equally important issues of compromise and idealism.
13-8288 25 min. $ 39.95 ©1976

Narrated by Sir Laurence Olivier, this dramatic compilation of film from national and international sources is acclaimed as the definitive history of World War II and has won numerous awards. A superb collection with distinctive leather-like gold stamped spine labels. The series is presented in chronological order.
13-8240 119 min. $ 19.95
13-8241 119 min. $ 19.95
13-8244 120 min. $ 19.95
13-8242 107 min. $ 19.95
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World Survival Through Globalism
The United Nations is our best alternative to nuclear omnicide. Speakers Norman Cousins, Robert Muller and Burl Ives show how this world body offers a viable framework for peaceful conflict resolution.
13-9159 28 min. $ 14.95 ©1982

World Without Walls: Beryl Markham's African Memoir
This PBS documentary (1987 Emmy Award Nominee) illuminates the life of the pioneering aviatrix, international adventuress, and best-selling author of "West with the Night." Archival footage offers a unique glimpse into the fast-living British East Africa society in the 1920's.
13-0485 60 min. $ 29.95 ©1987

Wovoka and the Ghost Dance
This is the true story of a Paiute sheepherder who brought a new religion to the Indians of the Great Plains. During the great solar eclipse on January 1, 1889, "when the sun died." Wovaka also died, went to heaven and spoke with God. God sent him back to earth, he said, to preach a mesage of life to the Indian tribes of America.
13-0447 40 min. $ 39.95

Yesterday's Witness: A Tribute to the American Newsreel
A film by Christian Blackwood, narrated by Lowell Thomas. This film is a lively, provocative and amusing history of the American newsreel from 1911 until its disappearance in 1967, as told by narrators Ed Herlihy, Lowell Thomas and Harry Von Zell. This film is part journalism, part entertainment and part show business.
13-0368 52 min. $ 19.95

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