Lorne Greene was a Canadian actor and singer who started his entertainment career as a radio broadcaster for ‘Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.’ During his radio career, Lorne worked as a newsreader and narrator of various documentary films. He was nicknamed as ‘the voice of Canada’ by ‘BBC’ but later came to be known as ‘the voice of Doom’ since he often announced the tragedy that hit the surrounding areas during the ‘World War II.’ He soon shifted his focus on ‘Broadway.’ After doing theatre, he made his film debut in ‘The Prescott Proposals,’ in1953. He was also seen in films such as ‘The Silver Chalice’ (1954), ‘The Wizard of Oz’ (1980), ‘The Trap’ (1959) and ‘The Hangman’ (1959). He also appeared in many TV shows, including ‘Bonanza’ (1959-1973), ‘Griff’(1973-1974), ‘Roots’ (1977), ‘Galactica 1980’ (1980) and ‘Code Red’ (1981-1982). His last appearance came in the film ‘The Alamo: Thirteen Days to Glory’ in 1987.
Battlestar Galactica is an action adventure science fiction film which takes us to a time where mankind has several colonies across the universe. However, after all twelve colonies are destroyed, a fleet searches for planet Earth, hoping to find chances of survival.
US Marshal Bovard is called ‘The Hangman’ because no outlaw could escape getting caught and hanged by him. But as he tries to trace robbery suspect Johnny Bishop in a small town, his efforts are blocked by the town’s people and the Sheriff who protect the well-liked Bishop. After apprehending him, the Marshal allows Bishop to escape as he realizes Bishop’s innocence.
After spending most of his youth in a reform home for his brother's crime, Ralph is returning to his remote hometown in California as an adult lawyer and meeting his estranged father and brother after many years.
The Buccaneer is an adventure historical war film which takes us to the war of 1812, when the British forces target New Orleans. Jean Lafitte, a former pirate, is approached by the Americans, and they ask for his help in defending themselves. Lafitte agrees, as he seems to have taken a liking to the daughter of the Governor.
Scientist Bill Beck marries his doctor’s receptionist, Julie, who later develops a terminal heart-condition which she hides from Bill. Afraid that Bill would be lonely after her death Julie adopts an orphan, Hitty, who fails to win over Bill. Devastated after Julie’s death, Bill sends Hitty back to the orphanage. But when she goes missing, Bill realizes the value of Julie’s thoughtful gift.
Stuart manages to resolve his marital woes with his wife Remy, but things turn worse when the city is hit by a series of devastating earthquakes. The rest of the story revolves around how common people are affected by this.
Klondike Fever is an adventure film which tells the story of Jack London and his epic journey from San Francisco to the Klondike gold fields during the gold rush.
Johnny at the Fair is a short comedy film which tells the story of a young boy who gets separated from his parents at the Canadian National Exhibition, after which he meets multiple celebrities.
The Wizard of Oz is an animation fantasy adventure comedy film which tells us the story of a young farmgirl from Kansas, who is transported to a magical land named Oz. She is soon able to learn that only the great and powerful Wizard of Oz can help her return home. She sets out to find him, and on her way, she befriends a Scarecrow, Tin Woodman and the Cowardly Lion.
Heidi is an orphaned girl who lives with her grandfather in the Swiss Alps. However, her life takes a turn when her aunt takes her to the city to live as a servant girl to a rich strict family and their handicapped daughter. She tries to befriend the girl, and manages to make her feel better, but unfortunately the girls’ parents sees her as childish and irresponsible, and therefore they decide to lock her up in the basement.