An ex-con trying to go clean ends up working for a crooked trucking company swindling money.
A look at an American town's efforts to help their children become better drivers.
To spite his girlfriend (Beverly Roberts), the owner of a successful bus company, an auto racer (Dick Purcell) goes to work for her rival.
"The Pleasure Drivers" lays out three separate interconnected stories involving an adulterous therapist, a young sociopath call girl, a vicious lesbian hit woman, a white trash kidnapper, and a brain-damaged ex-cult guru. It's described as funny, sexy, edgy and dangerous. The Pleasure Drivers energetically explores the shadow side of Los Angeles and how it gleefully relates to the gasoline of libido.
Popeye arrives in a suit of armor to take Olive for her first driving lesson. Between her literal-mindedness ("choke the engine"), inexperience, an inattentiveness, she has several accidents, culminating in a showdown with a locomotive.
Driving safety film from the 1930's showing good and bad sides of a driver's mind.
An impossibly eclectic community behind the doors of a taxi garage in Queens.
A comedy about pizza deliverers.
Film-within-a-film: two men eating lunch at restaurant see another Shell Oil film entitled "The Largest Club in the World" with Lew Lehr and Don Wilson. Humorous driving and pedestrian safety film shot on the streets of Los Angeles.
Two years after the Produce Wars, gangs of renegades rove the countryside in search of greens. All they need is a leader.
A mother relentlessly tries to spearhead a movement for national anti-drunk driver legislation after her own daughter becomes the victim of a hit-and-run by a drunk driver.
This video begins at Stanmore, having been opened by the Metropolitan Railway but subsequently taken over by the Bakerloo. After four stations, we join the multiple tracks of the Metropolitan and Chiltern Lines. At Finchley Road the old cast iron Bakerloo tunnel section begins and with additional lighting you will see the tunnels in the best possible light. At Baker Street, the Jubilee proper starts, with the original opening to Charing Cross as recently as 1979. As this is a Video 125 production we couldn't avoid the temptation of seeing what has become of the old Jubilee terminus, now abandoned but still retained in the event of an emergency. Our train then diverges at Green Park and takes the new Jubilee line extension through Waterloo and Docklands.
A short illustrating a traditional Canadian folk song about a woman's admiration for the agility for her boyfriend, the log driver.
The Lone Trail, a CBC-North produced documentary on the 2003 Yukon Quest race, was nominated for “Best Photography in a Documentary Program or Series” at the recently held Gemini Awards Gala in Toronto, Ontario. CBC-North cameramen Mike Rudyk and Wayne Vallevand received the Kodak Spectrum award, presented to nominees in the “Best Cinematography” categories, in recognition of their excellence in that field. The Spectrum Award winners take home a crystal trophy, a beatifully crafted snowflake crystal, and the knowledge that they have been judged as "top in their field" by their peers. The Lone Trail is available in both DVD and Video formats, and is a perfect Christmas gift for Northerners and their family and friends Outside. To order your personal copy of The Lone Trail, contact the Yukon Quest stores or offices. Congratulations to Mike and Wayne! We hope to see you on the Yukon Quest Trail again in the near future.
This is the original Driver's eye view filmed in 1992 from 1962 stock trains, still operating with crews of two, one of the very last years of train guards on the Underground. It was also one of the last years of the Ongar branch.
The story takes place in a Soviet placed in what is now Ukraine. A mechanic arrives in the Soviet, lead by a young independent woman driving tractors and, between many comedy sketches and propaganda mottoes, a love comes to light.
The Space Cabbie is back helping the Justice League! On this adventure, he helps Stargirl as she practices for her driving test.
Our 1973 stock train, takes you right through the centre of the capital and out into the North London suburbs. Emerging from tunnel at Arnos Grove our train continues to Cockfosters in Hertfordshire. The section between Acton Town and Hammersmith is unique in being the only 'tube' line to feature express running - leaving the parallel District line to provide the stopping service. We then return to Acton Town and board another 1973 stock train for a drivers's eye view of the Heathrow Airport branch, running via Terminal 4 to end at Terminals 1, 2 & 3. This line, much of which was built by the District Railway, has another unique feature for a tube line, a quadruple track section from Acton Town to Northfields. As well as seeing four closed stations from the driver's cab we also pay a visit to Aldwych, the terminus of the short branch which ran from Holborn but closed in 1994.
The Victoria Line is London’s busiest underground line. 15 out of the 16 stations provide interchange with other underground lines or Network Rail. The 1967 stock trains were filmed in their last few years of service in 2009. These were the first fully automatic trains in London running on the Victoria line which was opened in stages from Walthamstow in East London. The whole line is seen in virtually real time from the operator’s cab with the aid of additional lighting. This is more than a Driver’s eye view, for we also follow the progress of our southbound train on the track diagrams of the service control centre, we see inside all the stations with their famous tiled murals, the exteriors of many and of course the operator himself.
Australia's funniest comedians search for the truth as they take the pulse of the nation from behind the driver's wheel of a taxicab with everyday punters.
NASCAR Drivers: Non-Stop is an hour long television series airing on ESPN2 that profiles at least three different drivers during a particular Nextel Cup or Busch Series race weekend. The show coincides with the latter half of the NASCAR broadcast schedule. The show's first two seasons ran on FX Networks on Friday nights and was known as NASCAR Drivers: 360. The series of episodes gives the viewer a behind-the-scenes view of what the drivers do between the different race weekends as well as how they perform in individual races. The first half of the episode would show the driver away from the track usually with family and friends, while the last half of the show usually details how each of the drivers perform in each of their race weekend events. When the show was on FX Network the theme was composed by Niels Bye Nielsen. Since its move to ESPN2 the show has received a new theme and music, in a slightly faster paced style.
The craziest and most dangerous moments as drivers can’t seem to stay between the lines.