New York Review Books
After hibernating for the winter, a bear wakes up to discover that a huge factory has been built over his cave and that nobody believes he is a bear.
There once was a happy little possum, the happiest animal in the entire forest, who always wore a great big smile. This jolly creature was content simply to hang by his tail from a tree until he was discovered by a group of picnickers. Mistaking the possum's upside-down smile for a frown, the people resolve to rescue him ― and they turn the little possum's world topsy-turvy. Strikingly illustrated in black-and-white, this memorable satire of cultural...
20th Century Fox Home Entertainment
1 videodisc (98 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
A woman who is a spy for a cosmetics company finds more than she bargained for when she crosses paths with another spy in the pursuit of a hairspray that keeps women's hair dry in the water.
1 DVD (92 min.) : sd., b&w ; 4 3/4 in.
A racetrack betting tipster at a Florida racetrack offers some "good advice" and lives to regret it. It's his money or his life when mobster Moose Moran gives him until Christmas to make up a $10,000 error.