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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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Nostalgia Critic Gives Roger Ebert A Touching Video Memorial

Nostalgia Critic Gives Roger Ebert A Touching Video Memorial

Roger Ebert died at the age of 70 yesterday, and his absence will be deeply felt whenever you read a movie review that doesn’t quite have the passion and knowledge that Ebert displayed when discussing film. The Nostalgia Critic has said a nice farewell to Ebert that encapsulates everything about why Ebert mattered.

Did the Video ‘Elevator Murder Experiment’ Work?

Did the Video Elevator Murder Experiment Work?

Thinkmodo’s “Elevator Murder Experiment” is the latest example of viral video marketing that generated a ton of views for the video in question, but did it help or hurt the movie’s chances at the box office? I’ll be taking a look at past Thinkmodo campaigns and try to find an answer.

Moonwalking Ponies and Murders in Elevators [Fun Video Friday]

Moonwalking Ponies and Murders in Elevators [Fun Video Friday]

Fun Video Friday for March 8 will take you on a magical, mystical journey through Stevie Wonder’s “I Wish” and a trip back to Vegas with The Hangover III. Plus, VSauce wonders if you should eat yourself. No, really, is that for real? Plus, a talking hamster that talks back to the cops.

Filmmakers Create Live Action Remake of Toy Story on YouTube

Filmmakers Create Live Action Remake of Toy Story on YouTube

Back in 1995, Pixar's Toy Story became the first fully computer-animated feature film, and it went on to gross nearly $200 million to became that year's #1 box office draw.  Toy Story came at a time when traditional animation had just set a new box …

Weekly Online Video News Round Up – December Blues Edition

Weekly Online Video News Round Up   December Blues Edition

It's December and I haven't seen any proper snow yet so I might have a blue Christmas, because I'll be missing the snow that I am so used to. Of course, if you're not in a part of the world where snow is abundant, you …

Vimeo Previews Their Pay-to-View Movie Service with Six Awesome Documentary Films

Vimeo Previews Their Pay to View Movie Service with Six Awesome Documentary Films

Back in September, we got to talk to Vimeo and they announced Tip Jar, a monetization strategy in which people could elect to leave some money for a well-liked video.  During this announcement, they also mentioned they would have a Pay-to-View service ready for 2013.  …

YouTube Extending Google Reach to Connected TV with VOD?

YouTube Extending Google Reach to Connected TV with VOD?

I think I predicted this some time back but I can't find that article. That happens quite often to me as I like to prognosticate rather frequently. Anyway, it's been reported that YouTube will open movie and TV video-on-demand for connected TVs by the end …

Streaming Video Gaining Ground on Broadcast TV for Connected TV Users

Streaming Video Gaining Ground on Broadcast TV for Connected TV Users

Following up on my previous article from the YuMe Connected TV White Paper which focused on advertising and ad-supported content, I also wanted to take a look at the content itself including what people are watching, when they watch it and, rather importantly, how they …

Ad Interaction High on Connected TV Where Ad-Supported Content Preferred [Study]

Ad Interaction High on Connected TV Where Ad Supported Content Preferred [Study]

YuMe has got some new research showing that online video viewers prefer ad-supported content over actually paying for content in a pay-per-view or subscription-based model while using their connected TVs along with a lot of other good information in The Who, What, When, Where, Why and …

Want to See Rare Footage of Return of the Jedi? A Documentary 30 Years in the Making

Want to See Rare Footage of Return of the Jedi?  A Documentary 30 Years in the Making

Whenever I see videos like this, I wonder how many other treasures are out there that haven't been found.  "A Documentary by Jeff Broz" could use a better title, since it's FREAKING STAR WARS BEING FILMED in the footage, but I guess this will be …

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