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.
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.
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 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?
The times they were a-changing.
A modern fairy tale about a beauty and a dragon.
Biker Mice From Mars.
The story of a cook who tries to stop an opium ring in ancient China.
In episode two of Andrew Graham-Dixon's epic journey through Scandinavian art and landscape, Denmark emerges from modest beginnings to become one of the greatest powers and arbiters of taste in northern Europe, a story of incredible transformation befitting the homeland of the greatest fairytale spinner of them all, Hans Christian Andersen, creator of The Ugly Duckling and The Emperor's New Clothes.
To what extent did Ennio Morricone's music contribute to the success of Sergio Leone's spaghetti westerns (The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, Once Upon a Time in the West...)? It definitely contributed to it. Born in 1928, accomplished trumpeter and conductor, he wrote more than four hundred music scores for the cinema! In october 2004, he conducts a selection of his pieces...
UFC 200 Greatest Fighters of All Time is a six-part series counting down the best athletes to ever step foot in the UFC Octagon. See the iconic performances and fascinating backstories that elevated champions, contenders and trailblazers into legends of the sport.
The renown hitman, ‘Flying Dagger’, bumps into ‘Wild Dog’, who happens to be a hired assassin for mobster ‘Black Leopard’. While both of them try to be incognito, they cannot help falling in love with each other. However, ‘Wild Dog’ has a secret that he couldn’t confide to ‘Flying Dagger.’ After all, ‘Flying Dagger’ and ‘Wild Dog’ reveal their secret identities to each other during the fight led by their bosses. They run into danger as gangsters brand them as traitors. Will they be able to overcome obstacles and keep their love?
Time for Timer was the collective title for a short series of public service announcements broadcast on Saturday mornings on the ABC television network starting in the early 1970s. The animated spots featured Timer, a tiny cartoon character who represented the sense of "time" in the human body. Timer was in charge of when a person felt it was time to eat, time to sleep, etc. He carried a large pocket watch inside of him, which would often set off an alarm whenever something was about to happen. Usually wearing a bow tie and top hat, Timer looked somewhat like a little yellow blob with long arms and legs, and a face. Timer also had limited magical powers, such as instant transportation, which he often used to exit his host body from time to time if things got too exhausting. A wise-cracker as well as a song-and-dance man, Timer promoted healthy eating and personal hygiene for children, using clever songs and animation. Like ABC's The Bod Squad series, the segments never carried official titles, but are referred to by memorable catch phrases in the songs' lyrics. Perhaps most memorable was "I Hanker for a Hunk of Cheese" in which Timer, recast as a cowboy with a thick Western accent, suggests "wagon wheels," sandwiches made with cheese slices and crackers as an easy and nutritious snack. Others included "You Are What You Eat", "Quickie Breakfast", and "Sunshine on a Stick".
Goede tijden, slechte tijden, also known as GTST, is the longest-running Dutch soap opera, which began on 1 October 1990 on RTL4. The programme was the first daily soap in the Netherlands. The soap is produced by Joop van den Ende and to date over 4,000 episodes have been broadcast. It was inspired by the Australian soap The Restless Years, although it started following its own course during the third season. GTST is broadcast Monday to Friday at 20:00. Around 1.5 million viewers watch each episode. It is the highest rated soap opera in the Netherlands. The soap mainly revolves around the lives of the families Alberts, Sanders, De Jong, Van Houten and Bouwhuis. It all takes place in the fictional town of Meerdijk. Like any other soap, marriage, divorce, kidnapping and business are a few of the ingredients of GTST, although in recent years, GTST has become known for writing and producing more controversial storylines. GTST is also known for having a summer break each year, ending a season sometime in June with a cliffhanger, only to resume three months later in September. Although the early cliffhangers often revolved around family drama, later cliffhangers have often revolved around disasters and unexpected twists.
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.
Life and Times was a series of biographical documentary films broadcast by CBC Television, CBC Country Canada and CBC Newsworld. It was hosted by Ann-Marie MacDonald and first appeared in 1996, ending in 2007. The show won many awards during its run, including Gemini Awards and Leo Awards.
The story focuses on Yui, a girl who lives in the town of Paparajuku, and who dreams of being an idol, even if she realizes that being an idol is next to impossible for her. Her friends often remark on how much she dreams about it. But then, the PriPara idol theme park opens in her town, and that an idol named Laala is coming to town from Parajuku, which only makes Yui dream even bigger. The new PriPara theme park has been updated with new concepts. However, due to a system error, Laala is no longer able to PriPara Change.
Time Warped was a failed historic satire TV series created by future South Park creator Trey Parker in 1995. The series consisted of two pilot episodes - a musical version of Aaron and Moses's quest to free the Hebrews and a prehistoric love story between a Homo erectus and an Australopithecus.
Once Upon a Time… Space is a French/Japanese animated TV series from 1982, directed by Albert Barillé. The series was animated in Japan by the animation studio Eiken, and is thus considered to be anime as it also aired on Japanese TV, albeit not until 1984, under the title Ginga Patrol PJ. In contrast to the show's success in the West, the series' Japanese broadcast was consigned to an early-morning time slot and attracted little attention.
WWE superstars talk about past funny stories about their career as a pro-wrestler.
Feng Qingchen is a sorceress of Mingyi Tower, the secret organisation tasked with protecting the royal family. Yuan Ling is a prince from Western Wei, a ruling kingdom during the Northern and Southern Dynasties. Yuan Zhan, the seventh prince, is Yuan Ling’s biggest competitor in both power and love. After getting to know each other, Feng Qingchen is impressed by Yuan Ling’s abilities and suppresses her feelings for the sake of seeing him ascend his rightful position. Despite Qingchen’s contributions to the kingdom, the court is vehemently against Yuan Ling marrying a woman who dabbles in black magic. Yuan Zhan launches a coup on the day of the wedding ceremony, and Qingchen uses her powers to reset the universe in an effort to prevent further bloodshed. Will Qingchen succeed to heal the rift between Yuan Ling and Yuan Zhan? Will Yuan Ling and Yuan Zhan be able to join hands and overthrow the corrupt officials, and eventually return peace to the land? Will the love between Qingchen and Yuan Ling prevail?
Lady has disappeared so Cobra must dive into her past to save her. This is the story of who Lady used to be and how she got that metal body.
Timeslip is a British children's science fiction television series made by ATV for the ITV network and broadcast between 1970 and 1971. The series centres around two children, Simon Randall and Liz Skinner who discover the existence of a strange anomaly, known as the “Time Barrier”, that enables them to travel in time to different historical periods in alternate pasts and futures. The two children have contrasting personalities; whereas Simon is studious, Liz is something of a tomboy, and this often leads to conflict between the two. However, as the series progresses, their antagonism matures into a deep bond of friendship. The main theme of the series is concerned with the way mankind uses – and abuses – science and technology. It explores how the pursuit of scientific knowledge and advancement can lead to the depersonalisation of individuals and the abandonment of moral principles. A secondary theme – explored in the instances where Liz and Simon encounter potential future versions of themselves – concerns the extent to which an individual can change according to the situations encountered in his or her life.
White collar worker Xu Nuo and her company’s chairman Chen Zhi Ze start out as enemies but later become lovers. Hand in hand, they fight against their opponents.
Ten celebrities are about to leave their 21st century lives and everything they know behind to become time travellers. Our ten intrepid travellers will crash into six very different eras of British history and have no idea where – or when – they're going. They will spend a day immersed in each era, living, working, dressing and eating as the ‘lower' classes did whilst attempting to follow orders and fulfil a task set by their superiors. Will they be able to survive history and will they be able to leave their smartphones behind?