Production Year: 1932 -Horror -Director: Carl Theodor Dreyer -Classification: Parental Guidance -Starring: Henriette Gerard, Jan Hieronimko, Maurice Schutz, Rena Mandel, Albert Bras, Julian West, Sybille Schmitz, N. Babanini (On Ciao since: 08/2007)
Production Year: 1920 -Horror -Director: Paul Wegener -Classification: Parental Guidance -Starring: Paul Wegener, Ernst Deutsch, Lothar Muthel, Otto Gebuhr, Lyda Salmonova, Albert Steinruck (On Ciao since: 05/2005)
Horror -Director: Ray Etheridge -Original Language: English -Classification: 15 years and over -Starring: Albert Campillo, Margie Elias Eisenberg, Migdalia Etheridge, Guadalupe Cristobal (On Ciao since: 03/2009)
Production Year: 1977 -Horror -Director: Bert I. Gordon -Original Language: English -Classification: 15 years and over -Starring: John David Carson, Albert Salmi, Joan Collins, Robert Lansing (On Ciao since: 11/2005)
Production Year: 1981 -Horror -Director: Michael Wadleigh -Original Language: English -Classification: 18 years and over -Starring: Albert Finney, Gregory Hines, Edward James Olmos, Diane Venora, Dick O'Neill, Tom Noonan (On Ciao since: 03/2006)
Production Year: 2001 -Horror -Director: Jean De Segonzac -Original Language: English -Classification: 15 years and over -Starring: Bruno Campos, Alix Koromzay, Jon Polito, Will Estes, Edward Albert Jr., Edward Albert, Gaven Eugene Lucas (On Ciao since: 03/2003)
Production Year: 1983 -Horror -Director: Joseph Ruben -Original Language: English -Classification: 15 years and over -Starring: Christopher Plummer, Eddie Albert, Kate Capshaw, David Patrick Kelly, George Wendt, Dennis Quaid, Max Von Sydow (On Ciao since: 01/2007)
The Morrison's Hotel hides many secrets and the unassuming and dedicated butler Albert (Glenn Close) is just one of them. In 19th Century Ireland with...... more
The Morrison's Hotel hides many secrets and the unassuming and dedicated butler Albert (Glenn Close) is just one of them. In 19th Century Ireland with employment for women scarce a young impoverished girl made a radical decision to masquerade as a man to ensure her survival. Many years later her four walls come crashing down as secrets are uncovered leading to tension drama heartache and tragedy.
Albert Reynolds: My Autobiography - Albert Reynolds
Albert Reynolds - My Autobiography Albert Reynolds has led an extraordinary life. Albert was a trader and Albert was a dealer - he was a bottom-line man. This...... more
Albert Reynolds - My Autobiography Albert Reynolds has led an extraordinary life. Albert was a trader and Albert was a dealer - he was a bottom-line man. This title tells his life story - from his childhood and first steps as a young businessman to his action-filled years in the political arena. Full description
Albert's Alphabet When Albert the Goose is asked to build an alphabet for the school playground, he sets to work using tools and lumber from his carpentry...... more
Albert's Alphabet When Albert the Goose is asked to build an alphabet for the school playground, he sets to work using tools and lumber from his carpentry workshop--but what can he do when he runs out of materials? Albert puts his noggin to the task and pulls off the (nearly) impossible. An ALA Notable Book. Full color. Full description
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Albert Reynolds: My Autobiography - Albert Reynolds
A unique insight into a dynamic, bsy and hugely influential irish politician. Here history unfolds, as he reveals his part in the Downing Street Declaration,...... more
A unique insight into a dynamic, bsy and hugely influential irish politician. Here history unfolds, as he reveals his part in the Downing Street Declaration, negotiating the first IRA ceasefire and the truth about secret meetings with key players such as John Major, Bill Clinton and Martin McGuiness. A profound read. (bio)
Advantages: Glenn Close's superb performance, the rest of the supporting cast, subtle humour Disadvantages: Hasty ending, lack of any deep, background detail
...No, this is not a story about an Irish lesbian. Sure, Albert Nobbs (Glenn Close) is actually a woman posing as a man in 19th Century Ireland, and the slightly misleading trailer might make you think that Albert is sexually interested in women. However, ?Albert Nobbs? is a story that has very little to do with sexuality. Instead, it?s about companionship, loneliness and survival during tough...
Advantages: Good food, interesting menu, pleasant ambiance, super convenient for the Albert Hall Disadvantages: Drinks ratchet up the overall price.
...For the last few years, we?ve been making an annual trip to the Proms at the Royal Albert Hall. The partner of my stepdaughter plays in the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra ? she gets us tickets and we take her out to dinner. It?s a great way to catch up with her and to get a bit of culture at the same time.
This year Mr P and I decided to pick the restaurant and thought that the new Verdi...
Advantages: Nice setting, attractive building Disadvantages: Disappointing food and too many different staff buzzing around
...their hands. But no good appliance receiving friend will simply take your unwanted goodies without giving something back, and no generous appliance-gifting buddies would ask you to pay them. The deal was struck ? we got the the Flemish washer-dryer and in return, we bought dinner.
Alex did his research and chose to book a table for four at Albert's Shed in Manchester's Castlefield...