Documentary featuring interviews with director Guy Madden and his collaborators
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1% of Anything is a South Korean TV drama that was broadcast on Sunday mornings for 26 episodes from July 6, 2003, to December 28, 2003. Its central characters are played by film star Kang Dong-won and Kim Jeong-hwa of SBS's 2002 TV drama, Glass Slippers. This romantic comedy drama series is based on an original novel of the same title, and it is a classic tale of boy-meets-girl. The plot follows traditional love stories of clashing personalities, familial obstacles and triumphant love-conquers-all themes.
The Ten Percenters was a British television comedy series, broadcast on ITV, which began as a pilot in 1993, and was followed by two series which were shown in 1994 and 1996. Clive Francis played the main character, and the producer was Ed Bye. The writers for the pilot were Rob Grant and Doug Naylor, while the first and second series were written by Naylor and various co-writers, including Steve Punt and Paul Alexander.
Play the Percentages is an American game show hosted by Geoff Edwards which aired in syndication from January 7 to September 12, 1980. Bob Hilton became the main announcer after Jay Stewart announced for the first six weeks. The game changed format several times over its short run, but all forms involved some variation on using questions with percentage answers or percentage statistics. The show's theme was later re-used on another Barry & Enright show, Nipsey Russell's Juvenile Jury.
In a future where the elite inhabit an island paradise far from the crowded slums, you get one chance to join the 3% saved from squalor.
Lee Jae-In possesses a good appearance, he is smart and comes from a wealthy family, but he is also arrogant. His grandfather orders Jae-In to enter into a 10 month contract engagement with a female school teacher that he has never met in his life. Lee Jae-In slowly falls in love with her.