This film involves around two characters both have been played by Jeeva. Siva is fisherman and does good things and on the other hand Ashok is a lawyer, womanizer and does bad things. At one point Ashok kills a girl with whom he made love. By certain amount of doubt, his brother Siva drags Ashok to court, there he uses his professional knowledge to escape out of the case.
A four-part documentary about the "Tangentopoli" scandal, which shook the Italian political system in the early 1990s.
Zaido: Pulis Pangkalawakan is a Philippine fantasy-drama television series by GMA Network. It is a spin-off of the Japanese Metal Hero series Space Sheriff Shaider. It may be considered a local revival of the tokusatsu genre. since several dubbed productions, including Shaider, that were aired in the country in the late 1980s and early 1990s. The three Zaidos were played by Dennis Trillo, Marky Cielo and Aljur Abrenica. The production for the series began October 2006. Originally conceived as a Filipino remake of the original Shaider the Toei Company rejected the original script but gave its blessing to a spin-off series set twenty years after the original Shaider series. The series' original working title was Shaido. A series primer aired on September 22, 2007, and was called Zaido: Ang Bagong Alamat – The Making of Zaido featuring members of the main cast and crew. The series proper premiered on September 24, 2007, replacing Impostora. The series ended on February 8, 2008.
The Pulitzer Prize Playhouse is an American television anthology drama series which offered adaptations of Pulitzer Prize winning plays, stories and novels. The distinguished journalist Elmer Davis was the host and narrator of this 1950-52 ABC series. Sponsored by Milwaukee's Joseph Schlitz Brewing Company, the 60-minute show opened with theme music by Bernard Green. Columbia University's Pulitzer School of Journalism, which made the annual Pulitzer awards, benefited from its agreement with Schlitz and ABC, receiving $100,000 from Schlitz for its cooperation. However, the show made no mention of Columbia or the Pulitzer School of Journalism.