A celebrated military contractor returns to the site of his greatest career triumphs and re-connects with a long-ago love while unexpectedly falling for the hard-charging Air Force watchdog assigned to him.
In the city, Goofy finds his daily job much too stressful so he decides to leave this hustle and bustle for a more peaceful life in the tropics. He finds life there most enjoyable collecting shells from the beach, making a hut in which to live, getting back to nature, and even joining in the big luau feast (with meals such as shark fin soup). Yes, Goofy thinks nothing can go wrong in this paradise...until the natives need to sacrifice someone to their volcano.
In a beautiful holiday island of Hawaii Island held a large celebration with dancing , singing and boat racing . Among the visitors to the island is a merchant Goya and his assistant Moku . They met with Makali and Priyo who lived there and also took part in the event were provided. Makali have a beautiful little girl named Aloha . Aloha Priyo and love each other but also merchant Nagoya has feelings for Aloha . Nagoya threatened Aloha merchant father of Makali to bless their marriage because the merchant knows that Goya was formerly pirate Makali actually required and never known by the name Sankali . Merchant Nagoya also sent her daughter to bring Priyo Silpi to a different island so Aloha can forget it. Priyo good friend , a musician named Banjo get to know the real thing and go to the island to help his friend .
It's the 60s and a bunch of crazy teenagers meet in the beautiful island of Hawaii during their summer holidays. Although they come from different backgrounds, they hang out together and shake up the island! They surf, dance, drink, fight and fall in love. As the summer approaches its end, they find themselves inseparable, friends for a lifetime...
ALOHAAAAA! Internationally acclaimed comedian, Gabriel Iglesias, returns to Comedy Central with his latest stand-up special taped at Honolulu’s Hawaii Theatre Center. Watch as Fluffy brings the house down yet again in this complete special with his unique and animated show that has made him popular among fans of all ages. Aloha Fluffy is sure to be a comedy classic, making this extended and uncensored special a must-own.
A 1973 concert by Elvis Presley that was broadcast live via satellite on January 14, 1973. The concert took place at the Honolulu International Center in Honolulu and aired in over 40 countries across Asia and Europe. Viewing figures have been estimated at over 1 billion viewers world wide, and the show was the most expensive entertainment special at the time, costing $2.5 million.
A little vampire runs away from home when he thinks his uncles are fighting over him - they're really fighting over his mom. He makes friends with some kids and helps them take care of a gang of bullies. The kids in turn help protect our little vampire from a man wanting to use him to cure his brother, who's turning into a western style vampire.
For Hawaiians, the hula is not just a dance, but a way of life, an ancient art that tells of Hawaii's rich history and spirituality. This documentary, originally broadcast on PBS, explores a renaissance of Hawaiian music, language and dance as it continues to grow in California. Following three master hula teachers, the film celebrates the perpetuation of a culture -- from the traditional to the contemporary -- as it evolves to distant shores.
Sammy Seagull and Cecil Crow have stowed away on the same ship. Cecil, from Iowa, wants to see a hula dancer; fortunately, they've just come within flying distance of a tropical island with a lovely dancer. They take turns trying to impress her, with such stunts as skywriting hearts (Cecil almost drowns) and fancy dives (Cecil almost crashes, then gets into a fight with a shark, a turtle, and a starfish).
Aloha Wanderwell was a Canadian-American internationalist, explorer, author and filmmaker. While still a teenager, she joined an expedition to travel across the world by Ford Model T, driving through 43 countries in the 1920s. She was billed as "The World's Most Travelled Girl," recording her journeys on 35mm nitrate and 16mm film. Excerpts from the reels of films made by Aloha Wanderwell during her trips around the world. The reels were recently donated to the Academy and are (very) slowly being rearranged into her various films based on notes and records. The reels presented included excerpts from Car and Camera Around the World and To See the World by Car, plus Home Movie footage from the 1950s.
On Jan. 14, 1973, the Once and Future King of rock & roll bounded before TV cameras for a first-ever live satellite concert, Aloha From Hawaii, that beamed him to one billion viewers and stands as one of his more acclaimed performances. Two days earlier, he had taped this full dress rehearsal concert, calling for a radical haircut and restyling when he saw the playback. Elvis takes far too long to warm up and occasionally looks bored. Still, Elvis Presley: The Alternate Aloha Concert offers a fascinating glimpse — replete with slurred speech and the exquisite nailing of high notes.
'Nona Beamer: A Legacy of Aloha' is a feature length documentary about a remarkable Hawaiian woman, who was descended from a long line of traditional Hawaiian musicians and dancers, and ran headlong into the missionary influences still extant in the Twentieth Century. This film portrait of Aunty Nona is created by some of the many people whose lives were influenced by her. Through stories, songs, and hula, from her students, friends and colleagues, a picture emerges of an amazing woman shaped by a turbulent time in Hawaiian history, who also played a role in shaping that history. The film appeals both to those who don't know of Aunty Nona, and those who know her well.
Elvis Presley performs in Honolulu Hawaii in this 1973 concert. Among the 25 titles included are "Blue Suede Shoes" "Suspicious Minds" and "C.C. Rider." Elvis made television and entertainment history as this was the first-ever live concert broadcast over satellite reaching in excess of one billion people worldwide.Note: Elvis' performances of I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry I Can't Stop Loving You and Johnny B. Goode in the Aloha From Hawaii concert have been deleted from the newly re-released edition of this program. Music publishing clearance from the songs' owners was up for renewal and an agreement could not be reached.This edited version is the only available version of Elvis' historic Aloha From Hawaii concert.
Elvis: Aloha from Hawaii captures over four hours of footage from the King's historic televised concert from January 1973. The main concert is presented in its entirety for the first time since its original worldwide satellite telecast plus a complete rehearsal concert that took place two days before the telecast. The American television special was shown a few months after the live telecast so you can watch the concert the way you've always watched it for the sake of nostalgia.