18 years ago, shortly after the terrorist attacks, I gathered footage from various news sites' online videos using a really crappy video capture program (hence the low resolution and jerkiness of the footage) and edited it together into this commemorative video.
Lord Salisbury throws a party at his manor at which several guests who are later to become quite famous for their inventions are in attendance.
In the era of Abscam, Abdul and his family decide to show the FBI how to do the job properly.
Arab bedouin Abdul and his family deal with living in Bel Air with all the swimming pools, movie stars... and Jews.
This instrumental from Larry Fast was always good musical accompaniment for long journeys at night, which is exactly what happens in this Japanese animated movie.
A song about fiery passion from the first Terminator movie also proves rather appropriate for a short anime flick about a girl who "trips" through time every time she gets caught in a blaze. Who'd have guessed?
For an anime series about a guy who inadvertently proves to be quite a chick magnet, Robert Palmer's apologetic song is a good fit.
As it happened, a song about the snowfall by Nightnoise fit very well with a particular episode of Hana Yori Dango.
An anime series about abuse and reconciliation gets fitted to Michael W. Smith's song about reconciliation.
This song by Alison Krauss pretty neatly summarizes what everyone's thinking by the end of I My Me Strawberry Eggs, in which pretty much all of the romances end in tears.
Here's an alternative music video someone made for the Trans-Siberian Orchestra's epic Christmas medley using footage from The Nightmare Before Christmas.