Rhodes of Africa is a 1936 British biographical film charting the life of Cecil Rhodes. It was directed by Berthold Viertel and starred Walter Huston, Oskar Homolka, Basil Sydney and Bernard Lee.
Commissioned by the COI, Peter Greenaway made a biographical short film about fashion designer Zandra Rhodes.
A celebration of the life and career of the late, great WWE Hall of Famer, The American Dream Dusty Rhodes.
Erica Rhodes is a regular panelist on Comedy Central’s @midnight and Fox’s Punchline. She has made appearances on SeeSo’s The Guest List, Hulu’s Coming to the Stage, AXS’ Live at Gotham and the syndicated Comics Unleashed. Erica has performed at San Francisco Sketchfest, the Moontower Comedy Festival (Austin, TX), the Blue Whale Comedy Festival (Tulsa, OK), the Boston Comedy Festival and RIOT LA Fest. Recent TV credits include ABC’s Modern Family, HBO’s Veep, Fox’s New Girl, and IFC’s Comedy Bang Bang. Erica stars in Audible’s Dr. Katz: The Audio Files and ABC Digital’s The Off Season. She recurs on TruTV’s Fameless and has been a semi-regular performer/writer on NPR’s A Prairie Home Companion.
"The American Dream" Dusty Rhodes will forever be remembered as the working man's champion. A master at the mic and a three-time World Heavyweight Champion, he has had legendary confrontations with sports-entertainments top stars, including Ric Flair, Harley Race, "SuperStar" Billy Graham, Terry Funk and Tully Blanchard. Decades later, his contributions to sports-entertainment are still being felt. This Three-disc release will present his life's story as well as his most memorable matches and interviews from his days in the AWA, NWA, and WWWF, WWE, and WCW.
While on holiday in Rhodes, Athenian war hero Darios becomes involved in two different plots to overthrow the tyrannical king, one from Rhodian patriots and the other from sinister Phoenician agents.
Documentary released in 1912.
During World War II, a lieutenant of the Royal Navy, Aris Galanos, arrives in Italian-occupied Rhodes on a secret mission. He takes the place of the Italian officer Giovanni Retsini and, as captain Giovanni, now helps the residents of the island as much as possible. At the same time, he also falls in love with Anna Roditi, a member of the Resistance. He travels back and forth to the Middle East carrying secret plans for the defense of the Dodecanese. The revelation of Aris' activity also leads to Anna's arrest, who is about to be court-martial-led. The capitulation of Italy, however, averts such an unpleasant development. With the end of the war and the unification of the Dodecanese islands with Greece, Aris returns to Rhodes to live there forever with his beloved Anna Roditi.
Peter has lost all his property without getting frustrated now. Along with Takis installed in a large hotel of Rhodes and represents the great entrepreneur, hoping to meet with some rich. In the same hotel and Sofia Katrani, looking to find her daughter Vera, a wealthy groom. From the recommendations of the receptionist, Panagiotis has already identified Peter ...
A man steals a huge diamond and sets off a chain of events that ends in tragedy for a Zulu prince.
Denis Mitchell talks to some of the Rhodesians, both black and white, he met on his journey through the country and tries to assess the mood of the country.
This film explores the conflicts within Rhodesian society in 1969.
14 June 2007, The Guards Museum, Wellington Barracks, London.
Mr. Rhodes is an American television situation comedy which was aired by NBC as part of its 1996-97 lineup. Mr. Rhodes starred comedian Tom Rhodes as an eponymous character who taught at a small-town preparatory school after having failed as a novelist. He found that his high school fantasy girl, Nikki was on the staff as a guidance counselor, and began a relationship with her. Like the title character's writing career, Mr. Rhodes' appearance on network television was a brief one; the program was not picked up for another season and last broadcast in March 1997.
Martin Shaw stars as Cecil Rhodes, the man whose controversial career included the creation of de Beers, the addition of nearly one million square miles to the Britain's African Empire, and had given his name to a country (Rhodesia, now Zimbabwe) larger than most of Europe. Martin Shaw's son plays the younger Rhodes and other cast members include Neil Pearson, Frances Barber and Ken Stott.