Charles 'Pittsburgh' Markham rides roughshod over his friends, his lovers, and his ideals in his trek toward financial success in the Pittsburgh steel industry, only to find himself deserted and lonely at the top. When his crash comes, he finds that fate has dealt him a second chance.
Jeff Goldblum put his Hollywood actor life on hold to star alongside his new girlfriend in a Pittsburgh regional theater production of The Music Man. Co-directors Bradley and LaBrache tread a surprisingly elegant line between genuine documentary and outright self-parody improv in this deliciously deadpan comedy.
Based on Michael Chabon's novel, the film chronicles the defining summer of a recent college graduate who crosses his gangster father and explores love, sexuality, and the enigmas surrounding his life and his city.
Two cops and a detective's daughter go after a chainsaw killer.
Savor images of Conrail action across the Pittsburgh Line, the very soul of this once mighty transportation giant, as captured during the late 1990s. See how Big Blue conquered the Allegheny Mountains and witness the diverse variety of freight it sent over the line. Huge intermodal trains powered by shiny new "Blue" diesels hustle doublestacked containers over the recently rebuilt right-of-way. Massive coal trains and high tonnage freights flow across the double and triple track of this most scenic and demanding stretch of railroad. Starting west of Pittsburgh at the massive Conway Yard, heading east through the Steel City, Greensburg, and Latrobe to Conpit Junction, we follow the trains into the heart of the Allegheny Mountains. The line comes down through Conemaugh Gorge to Johnstown. From here most eastbounds get helpers to pull tonnage over the mountains.
Some government chemicals have been dumped by the town of Pittsburgh. Local law enforcement knows about the problem. They try to contact the government, but they, of course, deny all knowledge of it. The biggest problem of all is that the chemicals have caused a zombie outbreak. Yes, the dead are rising from their graves, invading Pittsburgh and eating its residents. It's up to local law enforcement to put an end to the threat.
The Pittsburgh basketball team is hopeless. Maybe with the aid of an astrologer, and some new astrologically compatible players, they can become winners.
Here are twenty-six Amazing, Beautiful, Captivating and Delicious pieces of a great medium-sized city! This unusual video includes everything from Fish sandwiches to Grant Street, from the History Center to our Interesting Islands. Pittsburgh A to Z is a delightful documentary that celebrates (in alphabetical order!) a wide variety of topics from Amateur Archaeologists (looking for arrowheads and other ancient American artifacts) to the zinging zaps of the Zambelli’s. It’s an amusing adventure, a tantalizing tour, a homey history lesson led by popular producer Rick Sebak. All that and much more!
Unable to sign boxer Joe Louis to movie contract, Republic Pictures had to make do with the losers of Louis' heavyweight championship bouts. One of these was Billy Conn, who after being knocked out by Louis in the 13th round awakened to star in the Republic programmer The Pittsburgh Kid. The story finds clean-limned pugilist Conn (playing himself) being managed by pretty Patricia Mallory (Jean Parker).
Pittsburgh was the center of the sports world in 1979, home to the Super Bowl champion Steelers and the World Series champion Pirates. The Pirates and their rallying cry of “We Are Family” brought a renewed sense of pride to the city. But as it turned out, the family was dangerously dysfunctional, with many members succumbing to the temptation of cocaine and dragging baseball into a nationwide scandal. This film revisits that era and paints a picture of how, by 1985, easy drugs and fast nights brought the national pastime from the diamond to a federal courtroom.
Recorded live at Club Café in Pittsburgh PA.
Take a trip to Detroit to watch history in the making as the Pittsburgh Steelers realize a dream twenty-six years in the making and the whole world watches with baited breath. From Jerome Bettis' spectacular 101-yard-dash that secured the team's victory over the NFC North Champion Chicago Bears to the pulse-stopping "Immaculate Reception" that carved a direct path to the biggest game in the nation, this is the story of one team's indomitable spirit and unlikely quest to become the first sixth seed in NFL history to defeat the Seattle Seahawks and take home the top prize. With highlights from the Steelers' regular season, behind-the-scenes footage, half-time footage, and all the pre and post-game coverage that fans could hope for, this release offers over three hours of Bettis and the Steelers as they make their way to victory in the Motor City.
This two-disc set celebrates the rich history of the Pittsburgh Steelers, from the inception through their incredible run in 2004. Bonus program is the NFL Films production of Super Bowl XIII, the 35-31 thriller in which the Steelers topped the Cowboys. Includes tons of bonus features on the greatest Steeler moments, games and players.
January 6, 1985,The Orange Bowl - Miami, FL NFL '84 Pre-Game (NBC) - Bob Costas, Pete Axthelm, Bill Macatee, Ahmad Rashad Game Announcers,(NBC) - Dick Enberg, Merlin Olsen 1984 was the 18th season in football for the Miami Dolphins and the fifteenth for coach Don Shula with the club. T Marino's passing ability became the focal point of Miami's offense and in 1984 he exploded to set league records with 5,084 passing yards and 48 touchdowns.
War Pigs N.I.B. Fairies Wear Boots After Forever Electric Funeral Sweet Leaf Into the Void Snowblind Black Sabbath Iron Man Embryo Children of the Grave Paranoid
Capturing unforgettable moments from their 2008-09 season, this Pittsburgh Steelers highlights reel takes fans from opening day straight through the team's 27-23 victory over the Arizona Cardinals in Super Bowl XLIII. With quarterback Ben Roethlisberger leading the way, the Steelers racked up playoff wins over the San Diego Chargers and Baltimore Ravens, and then became the first franchise in history to lay claim to six Super Bowl titles.
Anecdotally, Andy Warhol once asked the Velvet Underground that the record bearing his name be inscribed with a purposeful skip during the song “I’ll be Your Mirror.” Listeners, faced with the endless repetition of that particular lyric, would be forced to rouse themselves and manually drive the needle onward. The group declined this request. I’m in Pittsburgh and It’s Raining honors the concept: both the act and the idea of being caught in a reflexive moment. This video is an experimental portrait of a lighting stand-in/body double whose work and corporal self appears in films even if her name does not. Through a purposeful masking of the (sometimes subtle) differentiations between performance and acting, famous Hollywood actress and her double, character, actual person, audience expectation, and cinema magic this video offers a look behind the silver screen.
Relive the 2008-2009 NHL season as the Pittsburgh Penguins try to get back to the Stanley Cup Finals to win the cup.
For the second time in franchise history - the Pittsburgh Penguins are back-to-back Stanley Cup Champions! NHL Original Productions provides an in-depth all-access narrative of Pittsburgh's fifth Stanley Cup Championship. Follow the Penguins on the ice, behind the bench and into the locker room from the regular season through the Stanley Cup Playoffs as they successfully defend their title.
THE CUP RETURNS TO THE STEEL CITY! NHL Original Productions provides an all-access pass behind the glass, on the bench, and into the locker room as the Penguins embark on an unforgettable journey through the regular season and Stanley Cup Playoffs. Led by captain and Conn Smythe trophy winner Sidney Crosby, all-star defenseman Kris Letang, dynamic center Evgeni Malkin, and rookie goaltender Matt Murray - Pittsburgh defeated divisional rivals (New York Rangers and Washington Capitals), eliminated the defending Eastern Conference Champions (Tampa Bay Lightning), and overpowered the Western Conference Champions (San Jose Sharks) en route to hoisting the most coveted trophy in sports - the Stanley Cup.
Pittsburgh Penguins Confidential, sometimes called Pens Confidential, was a Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania based half-hour TV sports series that aired on various local stations throughout Western Pennsylvania, Eastern Ohio, and Northern West Virginia. Its main subject was the Pittsburgh Penguins, the National Hockey League franchise in Pittsburgh. The show ran from 1996 until 1999 and was hosted by Jake Ploeger and Jeanne Blackburn.
Pittsburgh's Talking was a live, hour-long talk show that aired on WTAE, the ABC station in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania from January 4, 1988 until 1991. Ann Devlin served as the host.
This set includes the full game broadcasts for four of the 2008 Pittsburgh Steelers contests from that season including three playoff games, one of which is their season-ending triumph over the Arizona Cardinals in Super Bowl XLIII.