Restored to High Definition, recently released by Magnolia in Dec. 2012. The imagination of Mark Twain meets the magic of Will Vinton, in this fantastical journey of Tom Sawyer, Becky Thatcher and Huck Finn as they travel through time in search of Halley's Comet. This year marks the 175th Anniversary of Twain's birth, and the 125th Anniversary of Twain's pinnacle work Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, and the 100th anniversary of his death.
A gripping adventurous story of family love and devotion and of heroism and sacrifices made by the pioneers who tamed the Wild West. After the eldest daughter of a pioneer family is kidnapped by a mysterious Indian tribe, their eldest son risks his life to track her down and rescue her from the savage Indians.
Spring, 1842. America's unclaimed and unexplored land drew thousands of settlers to the West, including the Sager family. Traveling with a wagon train across the frontier from Missouri to Oregon, both parents succumbed to the untamed wilderness - the father from an Indian attack and the mother from pneumonia. Led by their eldest son, John, the seven Sager children courageously continued the journey their parents began, throughout the wilderness, to a new life - a feat that truly defines "pioneer". A heartwarming adventure film for the whole family, this is the amazing true story of the Sager children and their perils on the Oregon Trail.
Joe Roberts (Evan Schwalb) idolizes his older brother, Denny (Neal Schwalb), and Denny’s college friends. But to the guys, Joe is a pesky nuisance whose Christian faith makes him strange, so Denny devises an elaborate prank to write a fake letter and send Joe on a wild goose chase to strike up a friendship with the richest man in America, the reclusive billionaire Howard Hughes (Jeff Wise). Grateful for the opportunity, Joe spends all his savings on a flight to meet Mr. Hughes, armed with the phony letter and God’s promises that all things work together for good. However, what started as a practical joke turns serious as each man puts God’s forgiveness to the test. Set in small-town Florida and the freewheeling Las Vegas of the 1970’s, this modern retelling of the biblical story of Joseph and features Gena Burghoff as Jodi Curtis and the original song “Finally” performed by Nick Hildyard.
At their summer camp competition games, Spence and his big brother Zach find themselves on opposing teams: it’s the dweebs against the bullies. Can Spence make new friends, overcome his fears and find faith in himself, stand up to the bullies and win a trophy in the process?
o The Beat. follows 14 year old twins Mia and Mackie who have grown up dancing. From the time they were 3 years old, that's been their passion - there's just one difference. Mia loves tap and Mackie loves jazz. When a popular pop star launches an internet contest to find the perfect dance group for his next music video, the twins each form their own competition group, leading to a battle, at the dance studio and home, which allows their arch rival and neighbor, Avery, the best dancer of all (who knows it too) to get the upper hand in the contest.
Fourth grader Cecil Stevens is reminded of his lisp every time he says his name, so he changes it to “Michael Jordan.” His whole school learns a lesson about acceptance after he and his friends start a business with the corrupt principal that charges to give kids celebrity names.
A multi-talented young girl has a chance to win the lead role in the Nutcracker Ballet, and must choose between pursuing her mother’s dream of her becoming a prima ballerina and her father’s aspirations of making her a sports champion.
When a high school freshman moves to a town where there's no place to dance -except the school dance team. But when the boyfriend of the team's lead girl falls for her, she'll have to fight to win her place amongst these venomous girls.
Great, classical works underscore the majestic rhythms of the animal kingdom in this live-action homage to Walt Disney's Fantasia. Kids of all ages, music lovers, and environmentalists alike will all delight.
Teenage siblings Blaz and Velana have a secret—they’re the world’s first vampire/witch hybrids! Their supernatural parents have kept them hidden away for years, but when they move to Florida to start a new life, a family-filled adventure ensues.
“Wow, I Never Knew That!” is a whimsical, half-hour television series that is jam-packed with exciting tidbits and fascinating facts that uncover the truths and origins behind the stuff you’re already familiar with.
From the items you use every day to the phrases you use in conversation to the habits you’re so accustomed to, you’ll be fascinated to learn how they’ve all really come about!
Is God really the giver of second chances? Can He take a worthless, selfish, self-serving and self-centered, drug addicted broken down life and restore it with forgiveness, mercy and love? Is he able to guide and direct someone facing hopelessly seeming impossible circumstances, and lead them through to amazing grace? TAKE TWO is the True Story about a decadent Hollywood film producer who bottoms out in Los Angeles California and loses everything. Frustrated that he continues to wake up every morning to his same failed life he decides to leave L.A. to seek a new life, only to quickly realize he has taken himself with him. In the beginning of his trek he meets a beautiful young woman in a small bar in Wyoming. Unaware that she is already married and has children, they have a one-night affair that leads to the birth of a baby girl. Four years later, now living in Montana, he gets notified by mail that he is accused of being the father of a 3 year old daughter, now living in Salt Lake City, Utah, who is enduring a living hell of abuse, neglect, poor health and poverty. Accepting his new calling to do whatever it takes to rescue his daughter; his journey leads him to cry out to God and clean up in the process. Together, they discover the meaning of sacrifice, the love of a Father, and God’s sovereignty in the midst of despair as they struggle to save each other while encouraging other fathers to do likewise.
Kick off the holiday season with a 1950’s classic (now in color) about a family who is down on their luck at Christmas time. Enjoy this heartwarming holiday story about a family who, shortly before Christmas, moves into an apartment, where Rupert the Squirrel lives in the attic rafters. Just when the holiday seems to come and go without so much as a Christmas tree, Rupert acts as the family’s guardian angel – not only saving Christmas, but changing the family’s lives forever. While it may be cold outside, this film is sure to make you feel warm on the inside!
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