Released from federal prison after 20 years due to his ailing health, a formerly powerful New York mobster moves back home and attempts to reconnect with former life in this poignant Sopranos-esque character study.
Local youth WILL got a choice that could change his life. Will he take the opportunity?
The story happened in the late Qing Dynasty. Based on the stories of the two rival families in a small town of South China, the series presents a broad and deep socio-historical picture, reflecting the social progress and national rejuvenation of China over the past century. In this context, old and new, traditional and modern, tyranny and freedom, collide with each other in a life long competition.
Gia is a carefree young percussionist who works at a theater in Tbilisi, capital of Georgia. He lives in a small apartment with his mother. Gia spends his days flitting from friend to friend, lover to lover, avoiding any responsibility, and never staying still for five minutes. However, he always manages to arrive at the theater just in time to play the drums at the end of the ballet.
First in a series of made for TV films: Burnt by the seeds of hatred and grudge against Wong Fei Hung, Prince Shing recruited eight magnificent fighters, nicknamed The Eight Demi-god Fighters' to challenge Hung. The ky man, Priest Geing-fax was the ex-disciple of Shaolin Temple. He had learnt the highest level of Shaolin Kung-fu "Bone Marrow Revitalization Mehod" in which made him become invulnerable. Out of his griev-ances towards Shaolin, he sweared to eliminate all its adherents, especially Hung. Never and ever had Hung met such a formidable man before, however, he still accepted this lethal duel in the name of Po Chi Lam despiting the fact that he was really at the death's door.
Shaolin Temple, not only was the sacred place amongst the monks, but also regarded as the Chinese martial arts origin. Why did it become the battlefield of a fierce duel? After knowing that the head monk of Shaolin, Hung Chi was seriously ill, Wong Fei Hung together with his disciples Club Foot and Chu Yuk Wing went to Shaolin immediately. Out of his expectation, Chi refused to see him and the monks always embarrassed them during the visit. Even worse, Club Foot was imprisoned in the Labour Camp of the Temple without any reason. Facing all these strange things, ominous feeling bred from Hung's heart. In the meanwhile, Hung accidentally met Hung Wan, the one with a high social prestige in Shaolin. Wan then told him everything. The disclosure of the scandal inevitably angered the culprit who in turn sweared to eliminate Hung at all costs. On the blink of war, the buried page of Shaolin secret history was no longer be sealed.
China was in turmoil during the warlord period. Endless assassinations and brutal killings occured at any time. Ling Siu Sin (Suii Kwan), a homeless girl decided to take retaliation against General Cheng (Chan Yuen) for killing her father. However, she surprisingly found that he was already dead with his head missing. This incident was soon disclosed and everyone was stunned. In order to save the innocence and strike for the righteousness, Wong Fei Hung (Zhao Wen Zhou) and his disciples began to collect the evidence and hence started a fierce battle with the murderer.
In cruel political platform, it is the universal rule that the winner would be the one who rules the game and elimination of inferior is inevitable. Here in the story of "The Ideal Century", the participants try to dominate one another, not only for hopes and desires, but also for survival. Ng Mung Ching (Ng Yiu Li) and Chi Kei (Lam Po Yee), the adherents of aggressive General Yu, came to Guangzhou and undertook a secret mission. Righteous Kung-Fu master Wong Fei Hung (Zhao Wen Zhuo) destroyed the plan and it agitated Kei, who conspired it for so many eyars. This time, Hung did lay himself in trouble water and the counter strike back of Kei marked the beginning of the dreadful struggle.
In late Qing, restless and upheavals occurred everywhere in China. So Hat Yee, the leader of a patriotic society, together with the sup-porters started to initiate a revolution against the corrupt and dictatorial government. Unfortunately, the wicked governor, Lee Chun destroyed their apple cart. He manipulated Man King Long as a spy to lure the revolutaries into a lethal trap. In such an zero hour, Wong Fei Hung and the other revolutaries had no alternative, but only fought to the death. Could these righteousness fighters get the final victory?
Prime Time is a Canadian current affairs television series which aired on CBC Television from 1974 to 1975.
Time Express was a short-lived American fantasy TV series, broadcast April–May 1979 on CBS and later syndicated. The series was created by Ivan Goff and Ben Roberts who had both previously been involved in the creation of Charlie's Angels. The series ran for only four episodes before being cancelled.
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Time Bomb is a 2006 television movie starring David Arquette, by CBS Television.
Chasing Time is a reality television and documentary show screened in the United Kingdom from 2001 to 2003. It was akin to a game show in a race format where a team of two related people completed a series of challenges in a major world city in a limited period of time. The show is also named Chasing Time In with some sources.
Adventure Time was a local children's television show on WTAE-TV 4 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, from 1959 to 1975. It was hosted by Paul Shannon, with guitarist Joe Negri and puppeteer Jim Martin. Martin later became a puppeteer for Sesame Street.
Slime Time is a short-lived syndicated game show, running on Saturdays from June 11 to September 3, 1988. It was created to cash in on the success of Double Dare, and was very similar to that show. The host was comedian Marty Cohen, who hosted each episode dressed as a referee. Slime Time was commonly paired with the kids game show Treasure Mall in syndication. Both shows premiered on June 11 and were cancelled 13 weeks later.
Disney Time was a television series that ran in the UK on the BBC, and also ITV at one point. It was a regular holiday schedule filler. Clips of Disney films were introduced by celebrity hosts, which over the years included Paul and Linda McCartney, Noel Edmonds, Sarah Greene, Doctor Who's Tom Baker, The Goodies and Phillip Schofield. The following list is of programmes broadcast on BBC1. Prior to 1971, Christmas editions were always shown on Christmas Day itself.
Signing Time! is a television program targeted towards children aged one through eight that teaches American Sign Language. It is filmed in the United States and was created by Emilie Brown and Rachel de Azevedo Coleman, who hosts the series. Between the years 2006 and 2008, it was aired by American Public Television in many cities across the US. Signing Time! is produced and distributed by Two Little Hands Productions, which is located in Salt Lake City, Utah. Signing Time’s multi-sensory approach encourages learning through three senses — visual, auditory and kinesthetic — and reaches children with diverse learning styles and abilities by encouraging interaction through signing, singing, speaking and dancing. Throughout the series, Coleman, her daughter Leah, Leah's cousin Alex, and Hopkins, an animated frog, teach ASL vocabulary-building signs. The series teaches signs for common words, questions, phrases, movements, colors, sports, days of the week, everyday objects, and common activities. Currently, Signing Time! interstitial music videos can be seen on Nick Jr. As of October 4, 2010, public television stations were allowed to show the series for the next two years.
Celebrity Time was an American game and audience participation television series which aired originally aired on CBS and ABC from November 1948 to September 1952. The original host was Douglas Edwards.
Circus Time was a variety program presented in the United States by television network ABC as part of its 1956-57 season. Circus Time was not an actual circus broadcast but rather a circus-themed program, in which both traditional circus acts and more traditional mainstream forms of entertainment were presented. The host, or "ringmaster" in the show's parlance, was ventriloquist Paul Winchell, who was "assisted" by his dummies Jerry Mahoney and Knucklehead Smiff. Mainstream musical guests appearing on the program at times included Mickey and Sylvia and the Dell Vikings.
Marking Time was an Australian television mini-series, consisting of four one-hour episodes. It first aired on 9 and 10 November 2003 on ABC-TV. Directed by Cherie Nowlan and written by John Doyle, it was the first mainstream television/film project to address the issue of the Australian government's refugee policy, a topic it approaches by chronicling the emotional journey of one young man during his year off after graduation, in his fictional rural home-town of Brackley, Australia. The storyline of Marking Time was inspired by the real-life experiences of Afghan refugees and their hosts in the rural town of Young, New South Wales; however much of the outdoor scenes of the series were actually shot at Singleton, New South Wales, in the Hunter Region.
Time Machine is an American game show where contestants compete to answer trivia questions about popular culture and recent history to win prizes. The show aired on NBC from January 7 through April 26, 1985 and was hosted by John Davidson. Charlie Tuna was the announcer, with Rich Jeffries as his substitute. Reg Grundy Productions produced the series, and upon its premiere Time Machine was one of three Grundy series airing on NBC. Most of the questions used focused on nostalgia, popular culture, and recent history, and more specifically what year a particular event occurred. Future Card Sharks model Suzanna Williams appeared as one of the prize models in this series.
The satirical series, written by Armando Iannucci, "looked back" on events of the first 30 years of the 21st century from the perspective of a nostalgia show in the year 2031 in a similar manner to his earlier one-off programmes 2004: The Stupid Version.
Rahul and Radha seem to have it all - a happy marriage, a decent job and a beautiful house! But what happens when Radha's pregnancy's announcement makes Rahul realise that he's been living the life he's supposed to and not necessarily the one he wants to? Can a partner hit pause on a seemingly perfect life and revaluate his choices? And what about Radha? Is she just a collateral damage to Rahul's early mid life crisis? Watch our newest Voot Original, Time Out.
Hacker Time is a British children's television show on CBBC starring Hacker T. Dog with one or more famous celebrities such as Anton du Beke and Dani Harmer. The show follows the same theme of Hacker tricking the celebrity/s into his studio, interviewing them, and then watching sketches and outtakes from other programmes. Each episode is approximately 30 minutes long. The theme song and ending songs are sung by Phil Fletcher who is Hacker T. Dog's puppeteer and voice actor. The show first aired in September 2011 and was rated #10 in the Weekly Top 10 Programmes for the week of 3–9 October 2011. The second series of Hacker Time began airing on 6 August 2012 and instead of the guests being tricked onto the show, Hacker sends out Wilf and Herman to kidnap them and get them to come onto the show. The third series of the show started on 22 July 2013 where Derek books better guests than Hacker has in mind.