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lost city of gold dvd - Allan Quatermain
Allan Quatermain and the Lost City of Gold
Allan Quatermain and the Lost City of Gold
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Genre: Feature Film-Action/Adventure
Rating: PG
Release Date: 3-FEB-2004
Media Type: DVD

Despite the critical drubbing and box-office failure of King Solomon's Mines (1985), Cannon Films released this sequel two years later, again featuring Richard Chamberlain as adventurer Allan Quatermain and a pre-Basic Instinct Sharon Stone; the result is marginally better than its predecessor, and may please "bad film" fans. This time around, Quatermain is seeking his brother (Martin Rabbett), who has disappeared while on an expedition to locate a legendary white tribe in Africa. Quatermain's search leads him to the title city, which is controlled by evil Henry Silva (overacting with relish). Director Gary Nelson and returning writer Gene Quintano achieve a few more half-hearted laughs here than in its predecessor, and the cast, which includes James Earl Jones and Cassandra "Elvira" Peterson, do their best with the material, but this can't hold a candle to the 1937 and 1950 film versions of King Solomon's Mines. --Paul Gaita

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Nicolle Steins (Choir, Drums, Gord Shaker, Chimes & Clog Dancer) 23 Jun 2009; Phoenix. ARIZONA
Nicolle Steins (Choir, Drums, Gord Shaker, Chimes & Clog Dancer) 23 Jun 2009; Phoenix. ARIZONA
Nicolle Steins, JSO choir member WHY is everyone looking at this photo of Nicolle, since 10 Apr 2010? You or anyone can easily find all photos of any one person In the upper right hand corner of this page look for Search. Now enter the persons name or musical instrument. Now go to the right & change the search to Your Photostream. You will now see all the photos here featuring that musican MUSICOGRAPHY Here is a list of all the DVD's & this person appears in; I have much more to add; this is a work-in.progress I believe Nicolle has appeared in every DVD, it's just a matter of finding the time to add them in chronological sequence. I lost my heart in Heidelberg #7 Monotonously rings the little bell - Choir, lending their voices to the melody Live in Sydney 2009 #2 Carmen Overature - The Choir of Judity, Anne, Laura, Virgenie, Karin, & Nicolle all sing chorus & harmonize. This footage shows off the choir at their singing BEST. #6 Gold & Silver Waltz - choir enhances this melody with their voices #7 Ben - Tribute to Michael Jackson & the Choir enhances this with their collective voices #14 I'm off to Chez Maxim - choir enhance this melody with their voices + all the flirting with the Platin Tenors #22 Libiamo - The choir is the first to break out the champagne & start partying. Watch Nicolle scurry for cover just before Rene squirts Champagne all over himself & the camera. Live In Maastricht 3 #32 You'll Never Walk Alone - along with 5 other choir members, Platin tenors, Carla, Carmen, & Mirusia Live in Australia #6 Nessun Dorma - Tribute to Luciano - All 6 in choir, sang together in spotlight briefly Live in Maastricht 2 #5 Chianti - Platin Tenors + they flirt with choir. #19 Oh Fortuna - Platin Tenors + Carmen, Mirusia, Suzan & choir Live in Dresden aka Semperoper aka Dancing Through the Skies aka Ich tanze mit dir in den Himmel hinein aka Wedding at the Opera #1 Wiener Melange - Didn't see, but sure could hear the choir #9 I'm Off to Chez Maxim - Platin Tenor song & dance. Choir added their voices & flirted with the Tenors Wonderland aka Eftling Live in Vienna #2 Tritsch Trastsch Polka - I've watched this v-e-r-y closely, in slow motion, & have concluded the choir was really gossiping, not just role playing. Karin earns the title of Queen of Gossip #11 Perpetuum Mobile - entire brass section pig out on a big meal during the music & finally offer the entire choir 1 measily bite of food, which Nicolle ate Andre Rieu on his way to New York Romance New York Memories aka Live in New York aka Live At Radio City Music Hall - Part 2 of Concert #1 Singing in the Rain - Kettle Drums Schonbrunn #3 At The Hunt - Auf der Jagd - Choir members are those that run to the coaches Songs From My Heart aka Live in Maastricht Bonus Track #1 - My Father's Favorite - All the ladies on this DVD, donned wigs & period costumes & then turned on the charm & flirted, BIG TIME. Kalki, Queen of Flirt. does more flirting than anyone else. Bonus Track #2 - Hallelulu - Carla, Carmen, Suzan, The Platin Tenors, & the Choir, all singing & harmonizing together Christmas Around the World #5 From Heaven high I come to you - choir add their voices #12 Jingle Bells - choir add their voices #23 Halleluja - Carla, Carmen, Suzan + Choir combine their voices Silvester in Wien Love Songs New Years Eve Punsch aka Silvester Punsch #2 Lagunenwalzer - Choir briefly featured #7 Tea for Two - Chimes & Drum sticks on a hollow wood block #8 Adieu, mein kleiner Gardeoffizier - choir sings the chorus #14 Die Schlumpfe - Carla, Carmen, & Suzan joined by Choir is singing #23 Marina - Gord shaker Flying Dutchman #4 Vienna, my city of dreams - The Choir sings chorus Bonus Track #1 - In a Persian Market - Choir of Celine, Heidi, Kalki, & Nicolle greatly enhanced this song with their voices & veiled dance Bonus Track #2 - We Are the Champions - Choir enhanced this song with their veils & voices Christmas with Andre ============================================= Romantic Paradise in Cortona, Italy Tuscany Same sound track, different Album covers/photos =============================================== Live in Dublin #4 Song of the Volga - Choir added their voices #11 My Heart Will Go On - Choir add their voices #20 Lullaby & Goodnight - Choir sings beautifully Bonus Track #1 - Magical Andre Rieu, contains the only decent film footage of the choir on the La vie est belle DVD. You can ea
• John Mayall. Monterey BluesFest
• John Mayall. Monterey BluesFest
• A Brit bluesman who conquered LA blues scene: a great musician and a crowd charmer, too... • John Mayall was born 29th of November 1933 in Macclesfield, an English town near the industrial hub of Manchester--a far cry at that time from the black American blues culture we are familiar with today. The eldest of three from humble working class origins, and in the shadow of WWII, this skinny English lad grew up listening to his guitarist father's extensive jazz record collection and felt drawn to the blues. Strongly influenced by such greats as Leadbelly, Albert Ammons, Pinetop Smith, and Eddie Lang, from the age of 13 he taught himself to play and develop his own style with the aid of a neighbor's piano, borrowed guitars, and secondhand harmonicas. • John Mayall's first brush with fame, however, was not for his music. As a teenager, he decided to move out of the house, and, showing the signature eccentricities and artistic qualities that have added to his legendary status, he moved into his backyard treehouse. This gained him notoriety enough to receive newspaper attention. Even more so, since, upon returning from a stint in Korea, he brought his first wife Pamela to live with him there. • From an art college training, to three years with the British Army in Korea, to a successful career in graphic design, his blues singing and playing took a back seat until he reached the age of 30. From 1956 until 1962, John was performing publicly on a part-time basis fronting The Powerhouse Four and, later on, The Blues Syndicate. It was then that Alexis Korner's Blues Incorporated pioneered what was to become known as The British Blues Boom of the Late 60's. Alexis was quick to encourage and help John make his move to London where he soon secured enough club work to be able to turn professional under the name John Mayall's Bluesbreakers. After a couple of years and a constant turnover of musicians, he met his soulmate in Eric Clapton, who had quit the Yardbirds in favor of playing the blues. This historic union culminated in the first hit album for the Bluesbreakers and resulted in worldwide legendary status. • After Clapton and Jack Bruce left the band to form Cream, a succession of great musicians defined their artistic roots under John's leadership, and he became as well known for discovering new talent as for his hard-hitting interpretations of the fierce Chicago-style blues he'd grown up listening to. As sidemen left to form their own groups, others took their places. Peter Green, John McVie and Mick Fleetwood became Fleetwood Mac. Andy Fraser formed Free, and Mick Taylor joined the Rolling Stones. As Eric Clapton has stated, "John Mayall has actually run an incredibly great school for musicians." • In 1969, with his popularity blossoming in the USA, John caused somewhat of a stir with the release of a drummer less acoustic live album entitled "The Turning Point", from which his song "Room To Move" was destined to become a rock classic. He received a gold record for this album. Attracted by the West Coast climate and culture, John then made his permanent move from England to Laurel Canyon in Los Angeles and began forming bands with American musicians. Throughout the 70's, John became further revered for his many jazz/rock/blues innovations featuring such notable performers as Blue Mitchell, Red Holloway, Larry Taylor, and Harvey Mandel. He also backed blues greats John Lee Hooker, T-Bone Walker, and Sonny Boy Williamson on their first English club tours. • As John McVie returned to Fleetwood Mac and Mick resumed his solo career, Mayall returned to Los Angeles to select his choices for a new incarnation of the Bluesbreakers. Officially launched in 1984, it included future stars in their own right, guitarists Coco Montoya and Walter Trout, as well as drummer Joe Yuele, who is still John's rhythmic mainstay. • With onstage popularity gaining each year, the 90's kicked in with the release of several John Mayall albums that have set new standards in rock blues: "Behind The Iron Curtain", "Chicago Line", "A Sense of Place", and the Grammy-nominated "Wake Up Call" that featured guest artists Buddy Guy, Mavis Staples, Albert Collins, Mick Taylor. In 1993, Texas guitarist Buddy Whittington joined the Bluesbreakers and over the years he has energized the band with his unique and fiery ideas. Making his recording debut on Mayall's "Spinning Coin" album, he proved to be more than equal to following in the footsteps of his illustrious predecessors. After that, they released two modern classics: "Blues For the Lost Days" and "Padlock On The Blues", (the latter co-produced by John and his wife Maggie, featuring a rare collaboration with the great blues legend John Lee Hooker, who had been Mayall's close friend since the early 60's). These albums have all garnered great reviews, critical and popular acclaim and represent Maya

lost city of gold dvd
lost city of gold dvd
The Road to El Dorado
Dreamworks SKG's second feature-length animated film blends comedy and drama in an unusual historical adventure. Two genial swindlers working as stable hands stow away with Cortez, the legendary Spanish conquistador, as he searches for El Dorado, the lost City of Gold. Luck smiles on the two con men, and they happen to find a settlement in Mexico that they believe is El Dorado; however, while the two exotic strangers are at first embraced by the Mayan people, they've also arrived just in time to be offered up as the next human sacrifice. The Road to El Dorado was directed by Don Paul, who helmed the first DreamWorks animated feature, The Prince of Egypt; Will Finn, a featured animator on Beauty and the Beast and Aladdin; Bibo Bergeron, who worked on Ferngully: The Last Rainforest; and David Silverman. It features new songs by Elton John and Tim Rice, and the voice cast includes Kevin Kline, Kenneth Branagh, Rosie Perez, Edward James Olmos, and Armand Assante.

In its third foray into animated features, DreamWorks came up with something unfortunate: the routine animated picture. Plagued with production problems (it was originally conceived as a mold-breaking PG-13 adventure), the likable film is a Hope/Crosby-style road picture about two scalawags who stumble upon the Latin American paradise of El Dorado, the mythical city with riches of gold. Kenneth Branagh and Kevin Kline are quite fun as Miguel and Tuilo, two Spanish con artists who are shipwrecked in the New World with a scene-stealing horse. The pair follow a map to the secret city where their loyalty will be tested: do they return home rich men or continue to live in this paradise? Of course there are some obstacles: a high priest (Armand Assante) is locked in a power struggle with the benevolent chief (Edward James Olmos) and the perfunctory girlfriend (Rosie Perez) puts the two friends at odds. Like too many of the animated features of its time, The Road to El Dorado impresses only on a visual level (it's drenched in gorgeous greens and golds). The story and Elton John's songs are quite forgettable; only Branagh and Kline's playful banter keeps the film alive. The PG rating is for some bare backsides and a suggestion of off-screen sex that should soar right over the little ones' heads. Slick and light, it's a fine 83-minute entertainment for ages 5 and up, including the nondiscriminating adult. --Doug Thomas

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