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The Movies is an episode of the British comedy television series The Goodies — a BAFTA-nominated series for Best Light Entertainment Programme.
This episode is also known as “The British Film Industry” also as “BBC” and “The choices of film creation”.
As always, the episode was written by members of The Goodies.
The Goodies won the Silver Rose in 1975 for this episode at the Festival Rose d’Or, held in Montreux, Switzerland.
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Netflix For Kids: Going After Your Children With Kid-Friendly Version Of Netflix

Netflix For Kids: Going After Your Children With Kid Friendly Version Of Netflix

In the fight to win back the hearts of consumers burned by the price hike, Netflix might have an ace up their sleeve: your kids. As any major retailer can tell you, if you get the kids... you get the parents... or at least their ...

Videos App & Android Market Updates Roll-Out For Android Phones

Videos App & Android Market Updates Roll Out For Android Phones

Back in July, Google updated the Android Market with a new completely new look and new functionality. They also announced that they'd begun a phased roll-out of this new Market to all Android devices version 2.2 and higher. As a person with an Android 2.2 ...

Exploring Cool 3D Video Applications Using Waves & Tablets

Exploring Cool 3D Video Applications Using Waves & Tablets

The applications of 3D video are becoming very wide-ranging. Recently, ReelSEO writer Grant Crowell asked if 3D animation software was now valuable for video marketing. As a marketer, I've always been compelled by video content that goes beyond the norms of traditional video- let's face ...

Everyone Needs To Just Calm Down About The Netflix Price Hike

Everyone Needs To Just Calm Down About The Netflix Price Hike

This week, Netflix stunned the entire world by being the first company ever to raise prices. No wait... that's not accurate. I guess it just feels that way because of all the hyperbole and trumped up outrage. Every tech blogger worth his salt has published ...

Android Market Update Brings Video Rentals To Mobile Devices

Android Market Update Brings Video Rentals To Mobile Devices

Today's a big day for Android phone users, particularly those with version 2.2, which I understand to be a great many of them (including myself). Google's Android Market has received an overhaul. There's a brand new interface, which reminds me a bit of the latest ...

Prime Time & Long-Form Online Video Is Up, Says Yahoo! Research

Prime Time & Long Form Online Video Is Up, Says Yahoo! Research

So the holiday weekend is over, we're all climbing out of food comas, lathering up skin lotion from too much sun and generally getting back into the groove. We're still free, we partied like it and now we've all got to pay. Luckily, I refrained ...

PlayLater Service, DVR For Online Video, Will Surely Be Sued

PlayLater Service, DVR For Online Video, Will Surely Be Sued

This morning I read this interesting report from Video Nuze about a new online video DVR service called PlayLater. PlayLater, from the makers of PlayOn (which lets you stream video from your computer to your TV or mobile device), will let you record your favorite ...

Hulu For Sale, Considering Offer From Unknown Potential Buyer

Hulu For Sale, Considering Offer From Unknown Potential Buyer

Hulu, the online provider of streaming movies and television shows, has received an offer from a potential buyer. The identity of the buyer is unknown, though rumors suggest it is a well-known, very large company. What is known, is that Hulu is considering the offer, ...

The Weekly Online Video News Round Up - Social Video Edition

The Weekly Online Video News Round Up   Social Video Edition

It seems like every week there are more and more interesting stories and articles about online video--too many for us mere mortals at ReelSEO to be able to cover all of them. So every weekend we gather up the best of the stories around the ...

VUDU & Wal-Mart To Sell Stupid, Overpriced Movie Cards For Digital Films

VUDU & Wal Mart To Sell Stupid, Overpriced Movie Cards For Digital Films

Here's one for the 'That's Really Stupid' category: Walmart-owned VUDU is going to sell "digital movie cards" for the film Battle: Los Angeles. The cards will available for purchase at Wal-mart stores, and will be priced at $14.96. The digital movie cards are then redeemable, ...

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