Examines the extraordinary case of Ira Einhorn, a 1960s-era hippie and Philadelphia guru who brutally murdered his lover in 1977, and after skipping out on... Read More
Takes you inside the violent and macho world of the Ching-a-Lings, an outlaw motorcycle gang in New York City.
From George Washington and Abraham Lincoln (yes, they were wrestlers!) to turn-of-the-century legitimate bouts to the theatricality of Gorgeous George and the... Read More
Revealing probe into a disturbing new phenomenon--the growing number of women in American jails. Some killed abusive husbands, others were willing accomplices... Read More
Kneeling before a flaming cross, Klansmen and women take part in their sacred bonding, showing how secrecy and ritual aid the hooded order in a campaign for... Read More
Story of Herb Baumeister, who committed at least seven murders, buried the bodies 15 feet from his back door, and kept his secret from wife and friends. Did... Read More
Examines the growing use of methamphetamine, the dangerous drug that has become the crack of the 1990s. Host Bill Kurtis explains how meth can lead to brain... Read More
A probe into the strange case of the one-eyed Henry Lee Lucas, sentenced to death in Texas. Were his confessions hoaxes designed to fool police? Given the glaring... Read More
A look at the plight of youthful criminals who have been sent to adult prisons. Includes the story of Damico Watkins, 16, who was killed by adult inmates.
Intriguing profile of men who use the law to defend the kingpins of organized crime. Includes a look at the career of Frank Ragano, attorney to Florida mob... Read More
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Sylvester Stallone shares the 35 year journey of Rocky Balboa--one of Hollywood's greatest icons and the very symbol of the American Dream.
Those who makes us laugh the hardest sometimes seem to have the most troubled souls. Friends, colleagues, psychiatrists, and authors look and the lives and work of John Belushi, Chris Farley, Phil Hartman, and others.
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Sylvester Stallone describes the first public screening of "Rocky."
Sylvester Stallone and crew members talk about filming the scene where Rocky runs up the stairs.
Director John G. Avildsen talks about the intended ending of "Rocky" and how the poetic ending was conceived on set.
The crew of "Rocky" studied fights to make sure that the makeup for boxing sequences looked real and brutal.
Dolph Lundgren studied chemical engineering at MIT before being cast in "Rocky IV."
Frank Stallone recalls when Sly Stallone got into the ring with boxer legends Earnie Shavers and Joe Frazier.