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L.A. Law. Season 1 (DVD)
17 hrs.
- Feature Film
Television program originally aired 1986-1987.
Summary:
First season of this award-winning television series, portraying the battles inside and outside the courtroom of a prominent Los Angeles legal firm.
Contents:
Pilot, parts 1 & 2 -- Those Lips, That Eye -- The House of the Rising Flan -- The Princess and the Wiener King -- Simian Chanted Evening -- Slum Enchanted Evening -- Raiders of the Lost Bark -- Gibbon Take -- The Venus Butterfly -- Fry Me to the Moon -- El Sid -- Sidney, the Dead-Nosed Reindeer -- Prince Kuzak in a Can - The Douglas Fur Ball -- December Bribe -- Beef Jerky -- Becker on the Rox -- Fifty Ways to Floss Your Lover -- The Grace of Wrath -- Sparky Brackman, R.I.P. -- Oy Vey, Wilderness -- Pigmalion.
Credits:
Created by Steven Bochco and Terry Louise Fisher.
L.A. Law. Season 2 (DVD)
16 hrs.
- Feature Film
Television program originally aired 1987-1988.
Summary:
Second season of this series, portraying the battles inside and outside the courtroom of a prominent Los Angeles legal firm.
Contents:
The Lung Goodbye -- The Wizard of Odds -- Cannon of Ethics -- Brackman Vasektimized -- The Brothers Grim -- Auld L'Anxiety -- Rohner vs. Gradinger -- Goldilocks and the Three Barristers -- Divorce with Extreme Prejudice -- Full Marital Jacket -- Gorilla of My Dreams -- Hand Roll Express -- Beauty and Obese -- Petticoat Injunction -- The Bald Ones -- Fetus Completus -- Belle of the Bald -- Open Heart Perjury -- Leapin' Lizards -- Chariots of Meyer.
Credits:
Created by Steven Bochco and Terry Louise Fisher.
L.A. Law: The Movie (DVD)
90 min.
- Feature Film
Originally broadcast on television in 2002.
Summary:
In this television movie that reunites the cast of LA Law, founding partner Leland McKenzie retires and former partner Michael Kuzak returns to stop the execution of a past client. Meanwhile divorce attorney Arnie Becker deals with his own divorce.
Credits:
Produced by David Madden; written by Steven Bochco, Terry Louise Fisher, and William Finkelstein, directed by Michael Schultz.
Ladybird, Ladybird (VHS)
102 min.
- Feature Film
Videocassette release of the 1994 motion picture. he lady from Shanghai [videorecording] / Columbia Pictures Corporation. Publisher: Burbank, CA : Columbia TriStar Home Video, c1991. Description: 1 videocassette (87 min.) : sd., b&w ; 1/2 in. Series: Columbia classics Summary: A seaman becomes involved in the murderous intrigue of a crippled lawyer and his homicidal frustrated wife. The film culminates in a shoot-up in a hall of mirrors. Notes: Originally released as motion picture in 1948. Based on the novel: If I die before I wake, by Sherwood King. "60451." Credits: Rita Hayworth, Orson Welles, Everett Sloane, Glenn Anders. Screenplay by Orson Welles; produced and directed by Orson Welles; photographer, Charles Lawton, Jr.; editor, Viola Lawrence; music, Heinz Roemheld.
Winner of 1994 Berlin Film Festival International Critics Award.
Summary:
Maggie Conlon (Rock) is an unwed mother with four children by four different fathers. While she loves her children deeply, she seems unable to escape the self-destructive behavior that repeatedly brings her into conflict with the local social services department. A new love affair with Jorge (Vega), a gentle political refugee, may be her last chance to break the vicious cycle she's trapped in, and her only hope for building a better life for her family and herself.
Credits:
Director, Ken Loach; producer, Sally Hibbin; photographer, Barry Ackroyd; editor, Jonathan Morris; music, George Fenton; screenplay, Rona Munro.
The Lady from Shanghai (DVD)
87 min.
- Feature Film
Originally released as motion picture in 1948.
Based on the novel: If I Die Before I Wake, by Sherwood King.
Summary:
A seaman becomes involved in the murderous intrigue of a crippled lawyer and his homicidal frustrated wife. The film culminates in a shoot-up in a hall of mirrors.
Credits:
Screenplay by Orson Welles; produced and directed by Orson Welles; photographer, Charles Lawton, Jr.; editor, Viola Lawrence; music, Heinz Roemheld.
The Last Wave (DVD)
104 min.
- Feature Film
Originally released as a motion picture in 1977.
Summary:
The story of a lawyer defending a group of aboriginals accused of murder. The lawyer feels the pull of magic forces beneath the surface of civilization.
Credits:
Screenplay by Peter Weir, Tony Morphett, and Petru Popescu; produced by Hal McElroy and Jim McElroy; directed by Peter Weir; director of photography, Russell Boyd; editor, Max Lemon; music, Charles Wain; production designer, Goran Warff.
The Laughmaker (DVD)
130 min.
- Feature Film
Originally presented on Studio One on CBS-TV in 1953.
Bonus feature: The Square Peg, produced by Donald Davis with Dorothy Matthews, written for television by Alvin Sapinsley, directed by Paul Nickell, and starring Thomas Mitchell, Orson Bean, Hildy Parks, and Howard Smith.
Special features: Watch the feature programs with or without period commercials with Betty Furness demonstrating Westinghouse products; documentary on the history of Studio One.
Summary:
The Laughmaker: Gleason plays the sad clown, and Carney his nemesis, a reporter looking for the man behind the mask.
The Square Peg: A personnel psychologist is unwittingly hired by a mob boss to shake up his crew. When the psychologist realizes what's going on, he tries to do the right thing--the wrong way.
Credits:
Produced by Fletcher Markle, written for television by A.J. Russell, directed by Paul Nickell.
Law & Order (Television program). Seasons 1-20 (DVD)
20 box sets
- Feature Film
Originally broadcast on television 1990-2010.
Summary:
In New York City, when a crime is committed, the victims are represented by two distinct yet intertwined forces. There's the police department, represented by the 27th precinct Homicide Detectives. It is their job to investigate the crime, collect evidence, and interview witnesses. Suspects are placed under arrest. The matter is then taken over by the prosecutors of the Manhattan District Attorney's office.
Credits:
Executive producer, creator, Dick Wolf.
Legal Eagles (DVD)
116 min.
- Feature Film
Summary:
A hard-nosed assistant district attorney and an imaginative defense attorney combine their talents to defend a spacey "performance artist" who is accused of theft and murder.
Credits:
Produced and directed by Ivan Reitman; screenplay, Jim Cash, Jack Epps, Jr.; story, Ivan Reitman, Jim Cash. Jack Epps, Jr.; executive producers, Joe Medjuck, Michael C. Gross; production designer, John De Cuir; director of photography, Laszlo Kovacs; music by Elmer Bernstein.
Legal Eagles (VHS)
116 min.
- Feature Film
Videocassette release of the 1986 motion picture.
Summary:
A hard-nosed assistant district attorney and an imaginative defense attorney combine their talents to defend a "performance artist" who is accused of theft and murder.
Credits:
Screenplay, Jim Cash, Jack Epps, Jr.; story, Ivan Reitman, Jim Cash, Jack Epps, Jr.; producer-director, Ivan Reitman; executive producers, Joe Medjuck, Michael C. Gross.

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