A jealous husband arrives in the office of Hawkshaw, a private detective. The husband is certain that his wife is being unfaithful, and he wants the detective to produce photographic evidence. The detective tails the wife, and thinks he has caught her, but a sudden mishap prevents him from getting a photo. Despite this and further setbacks, the dedicated detective presses on, determined to fulfill his assignment.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Cool Cats Show was an Australian television series that aired live on Melbourne station HSV-7 from 1958 to 1960. When it debuted Australian series often aired on a single station, but this was becoming less common during the run of the series, as more shows began being shown in several cities as television spread across the country. The series is notable as an early example of an Australian television series aimed at teenagers. TV listings of the era described it as a "teenage studio dance" hosted by Don Bennetts with guest artists. The Ted Vining Trio is listed as appearing in several episodes. It is not known if kinescope recordings exist of the series.
The Vanessa Show was a short lived talk show hosted by Vanessa Feltz which was cancelled due to fake guests. The show scandal of fake guests was exposed by The Mirror newspaper.
The Joe Namath Show was a 1969 talk show hosted by Joe Namath and Dick Schaap. It premiered on October 6, 1969 and lasted one season with 13 episodes. Currently showing on ESPN Classics Thursdays at 6am central time.
The Doug Crosley Show was a Canadian music variety television series which aired on CBC Television in 1973.
The Teenage Show, also known as The Teenage Hour, is an Australian music television series which aired on Saturdays from 1958 to 1960 on Melbourne station HSV-7. The live series was a successor to Teenage Mailbag, and episodes ran about an hour. Heather Horwood and Gaynor Bunning were both regulars. Bands also appeared, including The Moontones and The Rockets. The archival status of the series is unknown.
The Sunday Footy Show is an Australian rules football program aired on the Nine Network on Sunday mornings at 11am, hosted by Craig Hutchison as of 2013 with a panel consisting of Damian Barrett, Nathan Brown, Matthew Lloyd, Shane Crawford and Billy Brownless. Melbourne sports presenter Tony Jones formerly hosted the Sunday version from 2002 until the end of the 2008 season when he was replaced by James Brayshaw. Mark Bickley and Danny Frawley also left the show at the end of the 2008 season to take up roles in the AFL, being replaced by the recently retired Crawford and Nathan Thompson. In 2010, Brian Taylor and Peter Larkins left the show to make room for Barrett and Brown. In November 2011, Nine announced that Brayshaw would be stepping down as host due to having many commitments commentating footy games, Olympic coverage and Triple M Melbourne's Rush Hour, Simon O'Donnell was announced as his replacement. However, On 28 November 2012, Nine announced that O'Donnell left the network, Craig Hutchison was announced as his replacement for 2013. The show discusses the weekend's matches so far, showing scores and highlights and interviews players from the sides that have played that round. Before the Nine Network obtained the TV rights to AFL matches, it was a lighter look at the AFL with a panel featuring the likes of Max Walker, Ted Whitten and Lou Richards.
The Roy Petty Show is a Canadian music variety television series which aired on CBC Television in 1965.
The Bear Bryant Show was a weekly coaches' show that served as a weekly recap of the Alabama Crimson Tide football team's previous day's game. The show ran during the tenure of former head coach Paul "Bear" Bryant from the 1958 through the 1982 seasons. Co-hosted by John Forney, Bill Austin, Charley Thornton and Steadman Shealy, The Bear Bryant Show was a cultural phenomenon within the state of Alabama that contributed to the rise in popularity and awareness of the university's football program during the 1960s and 70s. The show ran for an hour during its entire run.
The Awaien Show, created by Omer Ikram, is a Pakistani parody show than ran on GEO Television Network during 2008. It initially started as a sports commentary show, coinciding with the Indian Premier League. The episodes were a success, and there were calls for the show's continuation. On November 13, the first episode was aired on GEO TV. The show went on to air on three channels owned by the GEO Television Network, GEO Entertainment, GEO News And AAG TV. The show consists of different skits, poking fun at public figures and current affairs, though it has a constantly changing format. The recurrent crew consists of Omer Ikram, who acts as a host, and Mir Muhammad Ali, a versatile actor who does every parody on the show, and a special guest in each episode. The show was canceled in June 7th, 2009.
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 Jack Kane Show was a Canadian music variety television series which aired on CBC Television from 1960 to 1961.
The Bonnie Prudden Show is a Canadian talk show and exercise television series which aired on CBC Television from 1965 to 1970.
The Richard Bey Show is a syndicated American talk show presented by Richard Bey which aired from 1987 to late 1996. The program, produced from WWOR-TV in Secaucus, New Jersey and syndicated by All American Television, was executive produced by Bob Woodruff and David Sittenfeld.
The Stu Davis Show was a Canadian country music television series which aired on CBC Television in 1966.
The Ken Noyle Show is an Australian television series which aired on ABC. A half-hour variety series, in Sydney it aired on Thursdays, while in Melbourne it typically aired on Wednesdays. In Melbourne the first episode aired on 24 May 1958, with guests including Beryl Meekin, Red Moore, vocalist Paul Miskell and Jancece, with competition in the 9:30PM time-slot including a feature film on HSV-7 and the first-half of The Astor Show on GTV-9. Later during the run of the series it aired at 9:00PM, competed against talent programme Stairway to the Stars on HSV-7, and American sitcom Susie on GTV-9. At that point the programme was preceded on ABV-2's schedule by Faraway Look and followed by documentary series Panorama. It is not known if any kinescope recordings exist of the series, given the erratic survival rate of ABC's 1950s-era programming.
The Body Shocking Show is a factual series shown on E4 with the first episode being aired on 14 March 2013 at 10pm.