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Tomorrow Show (1981) Barbara Edwards Workout Brigitte Nielsen Brooke Shields Exercises with Regis Philbin (1987) Aerobicide

Happy New Year '49 (1986)

Srećna nova '49 is a Macedonian drama film directed by Stole Popov. It was Yugoslavia's submission to the 59th Academy Awards for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, but it failed to make the nominees shorlist. Believable, sometimes humorous but often downbeat, this drama about two Yugoslav brothers just after World War II cuts a wide swath across that former nation's cultural divisions. Dragoslav is on a train bringing soldiers home from the USSR in 1945 when a young man he had been trying to help kills himself. After the police haul Dragoslav in for questioning, they suspect he is actually a Russian spy. Although they release him for the time being, his freedom does not last long, he is soon arrested and put in jail. In the meantime, the woman he loves has moved in with Kosta, his brother. The devil-may-care Kosta lives on black market deals and favors American-style clothes and music. His attitude is diametrically opposed to that of Dragoslav, who stubbornly maintains his faith in the Communist Party, even behind bars. By the time 1949 rolls around, the fate of the brothers and the woman they both love looks anything but bright. Director: Stole Popov Actors: Svetozar Cvetkovic, Meto Jovanovski, Vladica Milosavljevic, Dusko Kostovski, Aco Djorcev, Petar Arsovski, Goce Todorovski, Milica Stojanova, Mite Grozdanov, Ivan Bekjarev

Bubba, Until It Hurts!

Moses Hightower  from Police Academy


Outtakes and Oscar clips from one of Anna Nicole Smiths classic movies digitized from an umpteenth generation VHS tape. The fact that this movie was completed within a decade is amazing, since Anna Nicole was unable to even recite her lines immediately after hearing them read to her. Special thanks to Paul F. Tompkins and whomever originally compiled this montage. R.I.P. Vickie Lynn Hogan.