City Lights is the first silent film that Charlie Chaplin directed after he established himself with sound accompanied films. The film is about a penniless man who falls in love with a flower girl.
A young kid from Kansas moves to New York to work on a magazine. He gets caught up in the world of drink and drugs, and starts a steady decline. The only hope is the cousin of one of his drinking partners, can she pull him through it ?
In the teeming, multicultural metropolis of modern-day London, a seemingly straightforward missing-person case launches a down-at-heel private eye into a dangerous world of religious fanaticism and political intrigue.
Deepak Singh was an ex army person and owned a small garment shop in a Rajasthani village. When his life struck by a tragedy, he migrates to Mumbai, with his wife and young child, hoping for a better life. However, upon arriving, he soon discovers the challenges of life in a big city.
Deepak Singh is a farmer in Rajasthan. When his life struck by a tragedy, he migrates to Mumbai, with his wife and young child, hoping for a better life. However, upon arriving, he soon discovers the challenges of life in a big city.
A night security guard and a cleaner in opposite office blocks have a interesting courtship.
Movie about young boy, from country side, in big town.
This Republic programmer stars Lynne Roberts as a country gal who is slickered by a couple of city-fied jewel thieves, played by Peter Cookson and Jerome Cowan. Roberts is set up for a patsy by these two rogues, and nearly ends up in jail-and later on, narrowly escapes being rubbed out by gangsters.
In 1928, as the talkies threw the film industry and film language into turmoil, Chaplin decided that his Tramp character would not be heard. City Lights would not be a talking picture, but it would have a soundtrack. Chaplin personally composed a musical score and sound effects for the picture. With Peter Lord, the famous co-creator of Chicken Run and Wallace & Gromit, we see how Chaplin became the king of slapstick comedy and the superstar of the movies.
American film director John Huston is interviewed in this episode of a Canadian television series.
Sleepless Nights and City Lights is the first ever live DVD from Australia's most prominent Hardcore/Metalcore act. This feature length DVD captures the band in front of a rapturous home town crowd at HQ's in Adelaide tearing through songs from the bands entire career. It also includes in depth interviews with each member discussing their rise, break up and the possibility of a return.
This is the first Runrig video, filmed by Scottish Television in 1990, with live footage of the Barrowlands Ballroom Concert in Glasgow. The audience figure was over one million and catapulted Runrig into prominence in Scotland. Song listing: 1. Air A’ chuan - 2. City of Lights - 3. Dance Called America - 4. Cnoc Na Feille 5. Siol Ghoraidh - 6. Precious Years - 7. The Wire - 8. Instrumental - 9. Rocket To The Moon - 10. An Ubhal As Airde - 11. The Cutter - 12. Harvest Moon - 13. Stepping Down The Glory Road - 14. Alba - 15. Hearts Of Olden Glory - 16. News From Heaven - 17. Skye - 18. Only The Brave - 19. Loch Lomond 20. An Ataireachd Ard (outro)
This short was paid for by Ford Motors in an attempt to improve the lot of the working people through advocating social services.
Hapless bank clerk Willie Melvin dreams of being a successful writer but is held back by his own incompetence, the dodgy dealings of his best friend Chancer, and lack of support from his mother, the bank's manager Adam McLelland and his obsequious fellow teller, Brian.
City Lights is a British comedy-drama broadcast on ITV starring Robson Green and Mark Benton. The show is a sequel to the 2006 series Northern Lights.
City Lights was a Canadian television series hosted by Brian Linehan and produced by Citytv in Toronto, and syndicated throughout Canada and internationally, running from 1973 to 1989. It featured Linehan interviewing film and television celebrities about their roles and lives. Linehan developed a reputation for well-researched questions and non-adversarial style.