Circus owner Matt Masters is beset by disasters as he attempts a European tour of his circus. At the same time, he is caught in an emotional bind between his adopted daughter and her mother.
When a new, smart and sweet Tokyo girl, Rumiko, starts at a rural elementary school, Akira finds himself smitten, like every other male pupil. Newcomer's popularity is contrasted with the less-tolerant treatment of scruffy Hideko, who, thanks to the arrival of a carnival freak-show in town, is nicknamed the Wolf Girl. Teachers and parents snootily consider the carny off-limits, but Akira is determined to find out whether Hideko really is a wolf girl.
One of the leading bands of the ska-punk explosion, Goldfinger gives fans at home a taste of its on-stage energy in this concert video. Recorded using a full multi-camera crew and 24-track mobile studio, Goldfinger: Live at the House of Blues was directed by Joe Escalante and mixed by Goldfinger's John Feldmann to capture the band's red-hot sound with true accuracy. These two Punk veterans have teamed up to bring you a concert that is both visually and sonically stunning, while the hits keep coming. Combine this with some really sick stuff done with a twinkie and you have the crown jewel of Kung Fu's DVD series thus far. Enjoy.
The Americans are swiftly closing on Okinawa, an island just south of the Japanese mainland. The Imperial command sends top generals and several army divisions to defend it at all costs. The mission quickly degenerates as vital resources and troops are diverted to other islands. After a civilian evacuation ends in tragedy most of non-combatants are forced to remain on the island. Many convert to soldier status. Tokyo sends mixed messages that squander time and resources, as when they order the defenders to build an airstrip for aircraft that never come. The truth soon becomes obvious: the high command decides that the island cannot be held and effectively abandons the Okinawan defenders. When the Americans land many troops are deployed in the wrong places. As the slaughter mounts, a suicidal attitude takes hold. Okinawa becomes a death trap, for civilian volunteers and non-combatants as well.
Sardu runs the theatre of the macabre. Sardu is into S&M. Sardu likes to kill people in public and make them think it's fake.
Wilshire Pig and Sheldon Snail discover a map to uncover Doctor Frankenswine's monster. All kinds of mishaps ensue in their quest.
When a narcotics officer suspects that his beautiful wife, who is a former criminal, is having an affair, he becomes so obsessed with this that he has major problems to manage their work. In the end, his obsession with devastating consequences when he captures the assassin he hunts.
The Roger Miller Show is an American music variety television show hosted by Roger Miller. The NBC program aired on Monday nights from 8:30–9 p.m. ET from September 12–December 26, 1966. The house band was the Eddie Karam Orchestra.
Stir, also referred to as StirTV, Stir TV and Stir-TV, was the first nationally distributed Asian American television show. Produced by former A. Magazine publisher Jeff Yang in collaboration with KTSF producers Ashley Hathaway and David Baker, the 30-minute show aired on the International Channel for two seasons from December 2004-2005. The magazine-style program, which targeted viewers aged 18–25, was hosted by Tony Wang, a Chinese American corporate lawyer; Sabrina Shimada, a Japanese-German American high school student; Brian Tong, a Chinese-American Apple computer salesman; and Jeannie Mai, a Vietnamese-Chinese American makeup artist. The show was nominated for an Emmy in 2005 for Episode #1 in the Children/Youth Program category.
The Shirley Abicair Show is an Australian television variety series which aired in 1958. The series was produced with the intention of running for nine episodes. Two of the episodes were produced and aired live in Melbourne by station GTV-9, the other seven were produced in Sydney by station ATN-7. In Melbourne it occupied the time-slot previously held by The Astor Show. Apart from Abicair, other performers who made appearances during the run of the series included singer Jimmy Parkinson, singer Bill McCormack, singer Toni Lamond, singer Ted Hamilton, harmonica group The Three Winds, vocal group The Moontones, violinist Maurice Stead, Arthur Duncan, singer Bill French, The Tunetwisters, Graeme Bell and Bill Newman
The Isador Goodman Show is an early Australian television variety series. The series debuted in 1956 and ran into the early months of 1957, aired on Melbourne station HSV-7 and starred pianist Isador Goodman, with episodes also featuring a guest vocalist. The series is notable as an early attempt at producing an Australian-produced variety series. The live 15-minute show aired at 7:15PM on Tuesdays, was preceded by a 15-minute newscast and followed at 7:30PM by American series Jet Jackson. When the series debuted, television was still fairly new to Australia, with local series production having just started, and locally-produced series often aired on just a single station. In the episode broadcast 1 January 1957, Goodman was annoyed by two flies. He continued playing, doing his best to ignore them and to appear nonchalant. His numbers in the episode included Chopin Waltz, pop standard If I Love You and some boogie-woogie Although kinescope recording existed when the series aired and was possibly seeing at least some use by station HSV-7, it is not known if any such recordings were made of the series, and if so, if any such recordings still exist.
The Martha Wright Show is a 15-minute musical variety program starring singer and actress Martha Wright which aired at 9:15 pm EST on ABC television from April 18 to December 5, 1954. The program was also known as The Packard Showroom for its sponsor, Packard automobiles. Joining Wright, a native of Seattle, Washington State, in her short-lived program were pianists Norman Paris, who wrote the theme song for the CBS game show I've Got a Secret, and trumpet player Bobby Hackett and his band. The Martha Wright Show replaced The Jane Pickens Show, which returned in July 1954, as Wright resumed her program in that time slot in September for a final three-month run. Jane Pickens Langley, a native of Macon, Georgia, was another vocalist of that era. Wright's series followed The Walter Winchell Show and aired opposite Ronald W. Reagan's General Electric Theater on CBS and the pair of NBC's alternating anthology series, Goodyear Television Playhouse and The Philco Television Playhouse.
The Jeremy Kyle Show is an American daytime television tabloid talk show presented by Jeremy Kyle that debuted in the United States and Canada on September 19, 2011 and ended on September 13, 2013. The series is based on Kyle's successful British talk series of the same name, which has been broadcasting on the UK's ITV and subsequently repeats shown on ITV2 since July 4, 2005. The series is taped in New York, which allows Kyle to commute to Manchester to undertake contiguous taping of the British production at Granada Studios. The program is a co-production of ITV Studios' U.S. subsidiary, ITV Studios America and Debmar-Mercury, which serves as distributor for the U.S. version while ITV keeps all international rights.
The second season of El Gran Show 2011 was aired on August 6, 2011 and count with polemics famous, the show is actually one of the favorites of the audience. The winners of the season were Jesús Neyra and Lucero Clavijo.
The Dunphy Show is an Irish chat show hosted by Eamon Dunphy that aired for one series on TV3 in 2003. The programme featured guest interviews, audience participation and live music from guest music groups. The Dunphy Show aired every Friday night in direct competition with The Late Late Show on Raidió Teilifís Éireann.
The 4 Man Show is a Pakistani television series that airs on Aaj TV on Sundays at 8:00 PM. It made its debut on TV in 2005 and is currently on a hiatus since 12th March 2012.
The Fran Drescher Show, also called The Fran Drescher Tawk Show, is a syndicated talk show hosted by actress Fran Drescher and produced by Fox Television Studios and Debmar-Mercury. The show received a three-week test run on six co-owned Fox owned and operated television stations and one CBS affiliate, WDJT/Milwaukee, which began November 26, 2010. The program is Drescher’s first foray into talk television, with Drescher and her ex-husband, Peter Marc Jacobson, serving as the executive producers.
The Shiny Show is a British children's television programme, broadcast by CBeebies, BBC Two and Tiny JUNIORtoon, that was produced by Open Mind Productions. It was first screened in 2002 and was aimed at children between the ages of two and seven. Each show featured a quiz with six questions, based around different subjects, and featured three star characters: Tigs the Tiger, Mukka the Monkey and Dogsby the Dog.
The Mike Walsh Show is an Australian daytime television series. Hosted by Mike Walsh, the show ran from 1973 to 1984 for 90 minutes each weekday afternoon. The program was launched on the 0-10 Network and moved to the Nine Network in 1977. By the 1980s, The Mike Walsh Show was syndicated to regional television stations around Australia.
The Chris Matthews Show was a half-hour weekend news and political roundtable program produced by NBC News. It was taped in Washington, D.C., and nationally syndicated by NBC Universal Television Distribution. The program debuted on September 22, 2002. The program usually aired on Sunday mornings before or after the Sunday morning talk shows, usually on NBC affiliates or their sister stations. Chris Matthews served as the program’s moderator and was joined each week by a rotating group of four journalists. Either Andrea Mitchell or Chuck Todd, both of NBC News, would occasionally sit in for him. Although Matthews was also the host of MSNBC’s Hardball with Chris Matthews, the two programs shared no common staff outside of Matthews or editorial input, besides being recorded at NBC’s Washington facility. The program converted to a high definition presentation in April 2013. On April 30, 2013, Matthews announced he would be ending the show to focus more on Hardball and writing books. The last show aired July 21.