A comedy filled with tenderness as a baby raccoon snuggles his way into the life of a lonely boy. He becomes the boy's only companion during his father's frequent absences. Because of Rascal, both father and son realize their responsibility to each other
Two children raised by single parents want to enjoy the happiness of a complete family. To achieve this, they try to unite their parents, but end up in trouble.
Businessman Bhaskaran Pillai builds a large commercial empire until his wife dies. Under pressure from his son, Bhaskaran goes on a trip where he meets Hima, a small-business owner.
A picture-story showman is reading a story about a Rascal Raccoon on the street to children. A starving raccoon with nowhere to go plots to steal offerings from Mangokuzan Temple, which has a lot of offerings. The raccoon sneaks into the temple. While he is eating bean-paste buns, a child bonze comes. So, the raccoon turns himself into a statue of Buddha. A shortened and revised version of The "Enchanted Kettle". According to The History of Japanese Animation written by Katsunori Yamaguchi and Yasushi Watanabe, the picture-story scene at the beginning of the film and the scene of the raccoon dog dancing at the end were added in this version.
Shaw Brothers superstar Chi Kuan Chun (Drunk Monkey, Men from the Monastery) wrote, directed and stars in the remake of the Shaw epic Disciple Of Shaolin. In this version he plays the part originally taken by Alexander Fu Sheng, wherein his kung fu skills take him to the heights of the gangster world. Following him is his buddy Jimmy Lee (Hot, Cool, Vicious, Eagles Claw) who fights alongside the man known as The Big Rascal!
Beofre you begin training your pet, please understand that every dog is unique and has its own personality. Some dogs or puppies may take instinctively to the litter box within a couple of days, for others it may take a while longer. On average, it takes about a week to complete training. Also be aware there are bound to be accidents during the initial training period.
A paradox: The multi-platinum wonderboys of Rascal Flatts catch up with meteoric chart success on Rascal Flatts Live while nudging beyond limits imposed by it. Sudden success can be constraining, and the Daytona Beach-based Live finds guitarist Joe Don Rooney and cousins Jay DeMarcus and Gary Levox--the band's multi-instrumentalist and vocalist, respectively--occasionally (okay, very occasionally) indulging musical passions beyond the slick-and-safe country pop and frothy love-anthems that have endeared them (as a supporting act) to Alan Jackson and Toby Keith's audiences. Among other things, the trio sounds fit to burst with gospel, as suggested by DeMarcus's cameo role as vocalist on a cover of "Lean on Me." (Um, do these guys know he's a better singer than Levox?) There's even a detectable groove on "Prayin' for Daylight," and the group's blowout encore, a cover of Boston's "Long Time," suggests a healthy restlessness within Rascal Flatts' ranks.
The adventures of Baby Peggy in her own house.
A story of a modest ordinary crook trying his best to turn his boring life into an affordable extraordinary adventure.
Momojiro and Jonathan go to Kochi on a ferry. On the ferry a singer called Yuka dropped her sheet music into the ocean. Momojiro helps her by diving in to collect the sheets for her and ends up falling in love.
Depicting the turbulent life of truck driver Takashi, his fellow drivers, and the women he meets.
The wild peasant lad, Göndör Sándor, loves Bátki Tercsi, but the heart of the girl burns for the son of the mayor, Feledi Lajos. He is frantic with despair, and Finum Rózsi who is hopelessly in love with Sándor tries to calm him down in vain.
A quirky little film about relationships and loneliness, with a dose of humor and pathos, When Sally Met Rascal... is about an outcast homeless woman, Sally, who the world has turned a blind eye from, save for a fellow outcast homeless dog. Slightly crazy but more likely wise, the cynical homeless prophet initially rejects the good-natured dog, but eventually gives in, forming a bond sealed by her naming her one and only friend, Rascal. At a low point in her life, Sally gains renewed hope through unconditional love for Rascal.
Torben's father and farmer Jacob make a trade. Jacob gets a gearbox and Torben's father gets peace: Torben must be at farmer Jacob on the farm the rest of his summer holidays. It was Jacob never have done ...! Absolutely terrific Danish family comedy in the best action-style. Wild bass played by Robert Hansen, known from Anja and Viktor films and family Gregersen. Moreover contributes among other Preben Kristensen, Viggo Summer and Dick Kaysø and many more ...
The life of Irwin Goodman, a Finnish singer.
Lenins rejse i 1917 med plomberet tog fra Zürich til Sankt Petersborg, serveret som crazy-komedie. Den store revolutionsteoretiker må igennem talrige skøre forviklinger, inden han kan nå hjem og starte sin Oktoberrevolution.
300 kilos of heroin have disappeared in Necrocity, a city of terror—city of night—where Captain Speed has a gang, and the government hides the dead. Pierre Clémenti’s In the Shadow of the Blue Rascal (À l’ombre de la canaille bleue) is an experimental crime film considered to be a landmark of Parisian underground cinema.
A children’s animated feature film based on an internationally bestselling book series for a main target audience of 3 to 8 year olds telling a universal story about friendship, loyalty and honesty in which Little Raven and his friends have to work up all their courage to save their beloved forest.
Rascal the Raccoon is a Japanese anime series by Nippon Animation. It is based on the 1963 autobiographical novel "Rascal, A Memoir of a Better Era" by Sterling North.
Cybot Robotchi, known in the United States as Robby the Rascal, is a 39-episode anime television series created by Ken Ishikawa and produced by Go Nagai's Dynamic Productions and the Knack animation studio. The series aired on TV Tokyo in Japan from October 1982 to June 1983. The series featured contributions from Tetsuro Amino as a storyboard artist and Masayuki Kojima as an episode director. A feature-length English-dubbed version comprising several episodes edited together into a movie, titled Robby the Rascal, was produced by Jim Terry's Kidpix Productions and released on home video in the United States in 1985. However, the English version deleted much of the risque humor that, while not uncommon in children's animation in Japan, would be considered unacceptable by American standards, with the policewoman Sachiko being the usual target of the fan service-oriented humor. The TV series also aired in its entirety in Italy under the title Robottino, and some episodes are also available in Spanish as Robotete.
The cameras follow the lives of modern and dynamic members of the British-Asian community living in West London.
Those Scurvy Rascals is a children's animated series following the adventures of three underwear obsessed pirates. First aired by Nickelodeon UK in May 2005, it is now broadcast worldwide. The main characters Sissy Le Poop, Smelly Pete and Shark Bait all live on the ship called "The Soiled Pair" and go on a different random adventure in every episode. The series was developed and produced by Blue-Zoo Productions and is owned by Entara. The opening sequence features their ship and the names of the characters. The theme song is as follows:
The Little Rascals was a 1982–1984 Saturday morning cartoon series produced jointly by Hanna-Barbera Productions and King World, and broadcast on ABC. Based upon the classic Our Gang comedy short films, it was part of a 90-minute package program, The Pac-Man/Little Rascals/Richie Rich Show, with Pac-Man and Richie Rich in 1982–1983, and part of the 30-minute The Little Rascals/Richie Rich Show in 1983 – 1984.
The Pac-Man/Little Rascals/Richie Rich Show was a package show produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions in 1982 for ABC Saturday mornings. In 1983, Pac-Man was given its own half-hour, and the program was retitled The Little Rascals/Richie Rich Show. The show contained the following segments: Pac-Man, Richie Rich, and The Little Rascals.
Our Gang is a series of American comedy short films about a group of poor neighborhood children and their adventures. Created by comedy producer Hal Roach, the series is noted for showing children behaving in a relatively natural way, as Roach and original director Robert F. McGowan worked to film the unaffected, raw nuances apparent in regular children rather than have them imitate adult acting styles. In addition, Our Gang notably put boys, girls, whites and blacks together as equals, something that "broke new ground," according to film historian Leonard Maltin. That had never been done before in cinema, but has since been repeated after the success of Our Gang. The first production at the Roach studio in 1922 was a series of silent short subjects. When Roach changed distributors from Pathé to Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer in 1927, and converted the series to sound in 1929, the series took off. Production continued at the Roach studio until 1938, when the series was sold to MGM, continuing to produce the comedies until 1944. The Our Gang series includes 220 shorts and one feature film, General Spanky, featuring over forty-one child actors. As MGM retained the rights to the Our Gang trademark following their purchase of the production rights, the 80 Roach-produced "talkies" were syndicated for television under the title The Little Rascals beginning in 1955. Both Roach's The Little Rascals package and MGM's Our Gang package have since remained in syndication, with periodic new productions based on the shorts surfacing over the years, including a 1994 Little Rascals feature film released by Universal Pictures.