The story of John Belushi in 1970s to his death of March 5, 1982. John Belushi and Dan Aykroyd are two best men in the world for The Blues Brothers.
In 1960, young Barry, Robin, and Maurice Gibb is first appearance on TV. Six years later, Robin was tired for some kids on the songs. In 1967, Robin write his songs, "Massachusetts" and "I Started a Joke" until he can do the solo career. His little brother, Andy, who wants to sing with him. In 1970, Robin comes back to reunion and seven years later, works for the songs on Saturday Night Fever in 1977 film with John Travolta after Elvis Presley's death and John, Paul, George, and Ringo are came to the Bee Gees for the film in 1978, ...
The story begins a little mouse named Bianca was born in Budapest, Hungary is moving to London, England in 1954. Her parents are gone and she's in orphan. She's growing up like the lady as a mouse in 1968. Her little brother, Hiram Flaversham, 10 years old turns into a teenage. Her friend, Padraic Ratigan was the school principal of London, England.
The film is an animated semi-adaptation of Universal Pictures and Motown Productions' 1978 classic musical film, The Wiz with the addition of Peanuts characters, Snoopy and Woodstock in the plot and as seen through their point of view.
In 1964, The Beatles was first visiting in America and arrived in New York City. They sings on the TV, The Ed Sullivan Show for the fans of the Beatles. The Beatles sings in Washington Coliseum on February 11, 1964. The Beatles arrived in Miami, Florida to sings on TV, The Ed Sullivan Show. A year later, they sings in New York City at Shea Stadium.
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