“Journey to the Oscars” features in-depth, emotional stories about some of the most notable 2016 Oscar nominees, including Sylvester Stallone, Brie Larson, Bryan Cranston, Sir Ridley Scott and Matt Damon. Using a cinematic, documentary-style approach, the one-hour special focuses on the key moments that have defined each one as an artist and put the nominee on their unique path to Hollywood’s biggest night. Anchored by Robin Roberts
Honors for achievements in film take place at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles
Duncan and four legged friend Oscar go camping as they often have, but this time something in the woods looks back at them.
Mystical creatures from all around the universe travel great distances to stay at Oscar's Hotel. Oliver attempts to team up with some of the hotel's finest to track down a dangerous intruder.
Featurette focusing on Academy-Award winning theatrical animation from the Golden Age.
Two friends want to make a genre movie. However, there is not enough money. Therefore, besides their regular jobs as being flmmakers in the day time, they join the local gang in order to make extra petty cash at nights. One day, big boss is deeply favored by him.
Between 1939 and 2002, Black actors and Actresses received a combined total of 30 Academy Award nominations - only a handful made the odyssey to the podium to possess the Golden Man. This special program is filled with rare footage, photographs and long lost trailers of performances in Oscar-recognized films from GONE WITH THE WIND to MONSTER'S BALL.
I'm not Oscar's Friend Anymore and other stories - Approx 30 minutes "I'm not Oscar's Friend Anymore" "Creole" "Hug Me" "Birds of a Feather"
A compilation of five Oscar-winning Disney shorts, released to help promote the upcoming release of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.
Mickey Mouse grand marshals a parade of 1932 Academy Award nominees. Minnie Mouse leads the marching band and Clarabelle Cow rolls out a carpet for the celebrities. Wallace Beery marches in boxing gloves with Jackie Cooper as his footman. Lynn Fontanne and Alfred Lunt walk the route together. Helen Hayes shuffles down the carpet. Fredric March appears as both Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. Marie Dressler follows, trailing a corset and an alarm clock. Pluto brings up the rear of the parade.
Oscar's Oasis is a is non-verbal animated cartoon produced by TeamTO and Tuba Entertainment in association with Cake Entertainment based on the original show broadcast on Disney Channel Asia. It started as a series of 1-2 minute shorts under the title Ooohhh Asis. Oscar's Oasis can be viewed on the Nintendo 3DS in 3D via Nintendo Video in Australia and Europe. In the United States, all 78 episodes can be seen on Netflix Streaming grouped into 19 meta-episodes of 4 episodes each and 1 meta-episode containing the last 2 episodes. In Latin America and Brazil, the Spanish and Portuguese dub airs on Cartoon Network Latin America.
Oscar's Orchestra is a British children's animated TV series that ran from 1994 to 1996 comprising a total of three seasons and 39 episodes. The series was produced by the popular British animation studio Collingwood O'Hare Entertainment in association with Warner Music Vision and Europe Images and was originally shown on the BBC as part of the children's block CBBC. It has also aired on the British children's cable networks The Children's Channel and Nickleodeon, France 2 in France and ABC in Australia. It is set in the distant future, in the year 2743 in a city called New Vienna, and was about a talking piano called Oscar, who rebels against the evil dictator of the world, Thaddius Vent, who has banned music. Oscar and his fellow musical instruments plot against Vent and his henchmen, Lucius and Tank, and his soothsayer, Goodtooth, who always says: 'You screamed, master!'. The voice of Oscar was provided by Dudley Moore.
The Academy Awards or The Oscars is an annual American awards ceremony honoring cinematic achievements in the film industry. The various category winners are awarded a copy of a statuette, officially the Academy Award of Merit, that is better known by its nickname Oscar. The awards, first presented in 1929 at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, are overseen by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS). The awards ceremony began in 1929 and was first televised in 1953, making it the oldest entertainment awards ceremony.