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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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Video On Demand Throw Down: DiSH vs. DirecTV vs. Netflix

Video On Demand Throw Down: DiSH vs. DirecTV vs. Netflix

Netflix just got poked recently by Michael Pachter at Wedbush Securities who said that investors should be wary as the company's costs will continue to climb, but he's failed to grasp their plan I think. DiSH just hooked a really big, 1,800-title fish and DirecTV ...

YouTube to Launch Major New Movies-On-Demand Service?

YouTube to Launch Major New Movies On Demand Service?

There are rumors swirling that YouTube is about to roll out a new movie streaming service sometime this week. Media outlets such as Engadget and PaidContent are quoting The Wrap, which claims to have insider sources---anonymous, of course---suggesting that the video giant has finally wrapped up ...

HTC to Offer Movie, TV Rentals on New Superphone, Sensation 4G

HTC to Offer Movie, TV Rentals on New Superphone, Sensation 4G

HTC recently announced that they will offer an app that will allow the purchase and rental of TV and film right from their new Sensation 4G superphone. They recently invested in OnLive, a video game streaming service (Feb 2011) and made a strategic investment in ...

YouTube Will Fund Their Own Original Content Channels With $100 Million

YouTube Will Fund Their Own Original Content Channels With $100 Million

According to the Wall Street Journal, YouTube is in the midst of a major overhaul that is aimed at positioning the site as a leading content provider for the Internet television age. The company will dramatically alter their home page to feature professional content--and will ...

When Live Streaming Video Goes Viral: A Bald Eagle Case Study

When Live Streaming Video Goes Viral: A Bald Eagle Case Study

The Truman Show is one of my favorite movies. It examined the possible future where every moment of a man's life might be broadcast on television for the world to see (EdTV, a similarly-premised movie, came out the same year). A few years ago, Justin.tv ...

Can YouTube Stardom Translate To The Real World?

Can YouTube Stardom Translate To The Real World?

A lot of YouTube stars are trying to move from online video stardom to the kind of fame and career enjoyed by typical entertainers in the world of movies, television, and music. We've got the upcoming Chronicles of Rickroll movie, starring Double Rainbow Guy and ...

YouTube Quietly Adds Image Stabilization Tool To Help You Correct Shaky Video

YouTube Quietly Adds Image Stabilization Tool To Help You Correct Shaky Video

YouTube made things a whole lot easier for the amateur video creator last year when they rolled out a free, bare-bones video editor (named, not surprisingly, YouTube Editor). Not all filmmakers can afford Final Cut Pro or another of the top video editing software suites, ...

Reel Quick Clips: Mid-Week Online Video Industry News

Reel Quick Clips: Mid Week Online Video Industry News

Another week is rapidly slipping past. While I planned on doing this on Wednesday, I didn't manage it. So here's a quick look at some online video stories I have been tracking but didn't really think merited a full blown article: Google TV and CNN ...

New Netflix Competitor, Zediva, Brings Unique Twist To DVD "Rental"

New Netflix Competitor, Zediva, Brings Unique Twist To DVD Rental

There's a new Netflix in town, and it's called Zediva. After a year in beta, the service is now live to the public. DVD rentals are only $1 each in many cases (though some cost more) and Zediva can deliver movies as soon as the ...

Netflix Buys TV Series Rights, Jumps Into Content Creation Game

Netflix Buys TV Series Rights, Jumps Into Content Creation Game

Netflix has been doing pretty well for itself. They helped put brick-and-mortar video store chains into bankruptcy, and are the leading provider of paid TV and movie rentals--digital and physical. In the last year and a half, they've reportedly lowered their own costs to stream ...

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