A boozy lowlife tries to bury the truth about his crazy stepson's suspicious death, but a nosy newspaper columnist and the young man's mother complicate matters.
Broke and in debt, an otherwise honest cowboy gets mixed up in some shady dealings with a crooked rancher.
A satirical thriller about L.A.'s real estate roller coaster. Double crosses, adultery, murder, mistaken identity, and revenge ensues when a mysterious power player and his sultry wife hire a disgraced Los Angeles property broker to discreetly market and sell their Malibu villa.
Somewhere in New Jersey, a group masked rollerblading children "save the universe" by training to fight the evil Cobra Khan through a series of action-packed montages. Along the way they hypothesize some slapstick hijinks in a balloon factory, and save the day through a hypothetical Sonic Virtual Reality battle. A real treat!
A master thief (James Coburn) and his drug-addicted partner teach two aspiring crooks (Michael Sarrazin, Trish Van Devere) how to steal wallets.
The many problems of marriage and relationships may sometimes condense into something as trivial an affair as parking a car
Two young schoolboys are walking home from school and become witnesses to a shooting.
The Choco area in Colombia remains isolated between sea and forest. There, religious missions, military operations, and touristic projects have come and gone. Free of narration, Tropic Pocket captures images to witness these actions. The spectator will decide which amongst these layers of reality and mystification are the most deceitful.
A 20 year-old girl and her 7 year-old brother reconnect four months after the deaths of their parents.
Two sports are seen drinking beer and arguing as to the qualities of certain prize fighters. They make a bet, and to prove it, each pulls his favorite pugilist from his pocket, and they set them on the table. A hot battle ensues, in which one of the midgets is knocked out. The sport whose favorite won the fight takes the money with a look of satisfaction, and replaces his man in his pocket. The loser looks very much disgusted as he picks up his man and puts him back in his pocket. Very mystifying.
Film starring Dev Anand, Geeta Bali and Nadira
Mees has a problem. By accident he took his best friend's pocket home with him. Unfortunately he is too late to return it as the next day Tom moves house. All that Mees knows is that Tom has gone to Flevoland. His parents are tied up in their own lives and have no room for little Mees' problems. His mother is a world-famous singer and it seems Mees sees her more on TV than in real life. His father is under a lot of pressure acting as a housekeeper and as secretary for his popular wife. So little Mees must search alone for his friend..... Written by kabouter
Sam dreams of meeting Father Christmas, so when Santa arrives at his house Sam hides in the big guy's sack. Later, Santa discovers the stowaway, and invites him to a special Christmas dinner, where he presents Sam with a special watch.
Join Polly and her friends as they travel to her father's island in the Pacific to do research for a school project. But the pressure is on! If they don't get a good grade for the project, Lila will be grounded and Polly's band, "Polly and the Pockets" won't be able to play at the school dance! Will they ace the project and get to play? Or will frenemies get in the way...
The new minister in a small town faces the challenge of winning over its eccentric citizens. Director Alan Rafkin's 1969 film stars Andy Griffith, Lee Meriwether, Jerry Van Dyke, Kay Medford, Edgar Buchanan and Gary Collins.
A harrowing journey down the dark spiral of drug addiction. As Stephen Jameson's carefully constructed life slowly falls apart, his belief system is shattered when he discovers that he's no longer the functioning addict that he once was.
Two boys, Li Ahh and Li Ohm, grow up motherless. Their father, Sui, is a workaholic who shuts himself out of the world. The boys' quest to reach out to their father leads them to adopt a puppy. But when the animal is sent away for being a nuisance, the boys are devastated. For the first time, Sui realizes that all his children ask is simply to love and be loved.
Corduroy is back! This time he's finding adventure in a local laundromat and he wants a pocket. But now he's accidentally been taken home by another family! Now he's got to hurry back to the laundromat so his real owners can find him. Will they?
This whimsical series for 2- to 5-year-olds stars three snails -- Gordon, Dale and Buttons -- who live in the pocket of a boy named Jake. In this volume, the Pocket Snails help Jake (and viewers) learn the alphabet. Bouncy original music and colorful animation bring letters and words to life. The program is designed for retention, employing clever repetition without becoming boring, and displaying the letters on-screen as they're introduced.
Anything can happen when a watch stops and a movie cuts.
Pocket Dragon Adventures was a short-lived 1996 syndicated cartoon series, based on the Pocket Dragon character created by artist Real Musgrave, best known from Pocket Dragons figurines also based on his work. The cartoon was about the Pocket Dragons who live with a kindly old wizard, and their many adventures. The series was produced by BKN Entertainment. The show was also produced by D'Ocon Productions and DIC Entertainment. The show first aired in the late-1990s/early-2000s in syndication in the US and about 50 other countries. The series is still playing in some countries, including just having been sold to Russian television in 2008. The show itself was created by Craig Miller and Marv Wolfman, who produced and story edited the series. Together or separately, they wrote over 40% of the total number of episodes. Pocket Dragon Adventures was also the very first animated series signed to a labor contract with the Writers Guild of America.
Good Game: Pocket Edition is a television gaming talk programme produced by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, and a spin-off to Good Game. It professes to be an "add-on pack for gamers, by gamers". The programme, currently hosted by Steven "Bajo" O'Donnell and Stephanie "Hex" Bendixsen, is a series of 10-minute episodes summarising all of the gaming-related events that occurred in that week. It debut on 16 February 2013 at 8:15pm on ABC2.
Grandpa in My Pocket is a comedy drama series commissioned by Michael Carrington for CBeebies, the BBC's dedicated pre-school and nursery channel targeting children aged 1-6 years. The programme stars James Bolam, Jay Ruckley, Josie Cable, Zara Ramm and Sam Ellis. The story centres on Grandpa, who owns a magical Shrinking Cap, which only his grandson Jason knows about. This cap enables him to shrink to about 4 or 5 inches tall and experience many magical adventures which are told via voice-over narration by Jason, including finding a hamster under the floorboards and bringing a home-made robot to life. When miniaturized, he has enough magic power to make Jason's toy car and toy biplane and toy railway locomotive work as the real vehicles including making engine noise, and drive them. Jason has a simple toy glider made of two pieces of wood in the shape of a seagull which he calls Gordon; Grandpa, when miniaturized, can ride on this and make it fly like a real seagull. When miniaturized, Grandpa can jump much farther in proportion than in full size, and can also "run for all he's worth", as Jason puts it. Grandpa is never identified on-screen with a proper name, so we never learn whether he is Mr. Mason or Mrs. Mason's father – both refer to him simply as "Grandpa" in much the same way as the parents of comic strip characters – such as The Beano's Dennis the Menace, for example – call each other "Mum" and "Dad". Even Grandpa's own sister, Great Aunt Loretta, only ever calls him "Grandpa".
Puppy in My Pocket: Adventures in Pocketville is an Italian animated TV series based on the popular toys. It features tiny puppy adventures as Flo and Magic must help the puppies of Pocketville make their way to children in the real world and try to get Princess Ava, who was beamed to the real world by her sister, Eva, back into Pocketville. This cartoon series, directed by Mark Hanna, who also provides the voice for Magic, is shot in Cinecittà film studios located in Rome, Italy. It is produced by Giochi Preziosi, MEG Entertainment Group, and Mondo TV, and distributed worldwide by Turner Broadcasting System. The series was introduced on Boomerang in the United States on January 1, 2012 and reruns discontinued in 2013.
In the final days of the One Year War, a Zeon special forces group infiltrates a colony to gather information on a new Gundam unit. Alfred Izuruha, a 10-year-old student, befriends Zeon rookie pilot Bernie Wiseman during a brief mobile suit combat. Meanwhile, Al meets up with Christina MacKenzie, his former neighbor and babysitter. Little does he know that not only is Christina a member of the Earth Federation, she's the test pilot of the new Gundam NT-4 prototype.
Patches & Pockets was a Saturday morning television show that aired for over eighteen years in Toledo, Ohio on TV channel 11, WTOL. The title characters were a brother and sister pair of rag dolls played by Bev Schwind and Sue Donner, respectively. Both lived in Port Clinton, Ohio. The rag dolls lived in a toy box with their large stuffed red dog. They went about their day entertaining children on the set and having misadventures in the studio "Neighborhood" or at various sites in the Toledo Metropolitan area.. One of the rag dolls would inevitably get in some trouble and they would find a way to work through the problem. It was a morality show with Patches having a dilemma or Pockets creating mischief. Pockets would tell time by looking at his ruler. When Pockets had to concentrate, he would put his shoe on his head. Marlene "Sue" Donner died of heart failure on June 26, 2011, at the age of 78, in the Erie County Care Facility in Huron, Ohio.
Dottie's Magic Pockets is a children's show featuring Dottie and her magical friends as they sing, dance, and learn. Dottie's Magic Pockets is the first LGBT children's programming created for gay families, single-parent families, adopted families and traditional families. The Dottie's Magic Pockets DVD was released in September 2007. "Dottie", portrayed by actor Jen Plante, appeared on the R Family Vacations cruise to the Mexican Riviera in March 2008, marking the first time the LGBT families and friends would be "entertained by the main character of a kids' show that is set in a lesbian household". Dottie's Magic Pockets' main characters include several puppets: James the Flower, Uncanny the Singing Can, Motilda the Mouse and Randal the Beaver. Other characters are represented using animations and claymations - many have two mothers or two fathers. The live-action format of Dottie's Magic Pockets is similar to other live-action shows, such as Yo Gabba Gabba, Sesame Street and Pee Wee's Playhouse. The DVD was followed up by a 55-minute CD titled The Super, Secret Seashell Cave. The CD is a sing-along adventure featuring Dottie, James Uncanny, Motilda and Randal, with 16 original songs composed by Allyson Newman. It was released in December 2009.
When a handful of grain is found in the pocket of a murdered businessman, Miss Marple seeks a murderer with a penchant for nursery rhymes.
When Han Suk-Hoon was little, he was adopted by a family in the United States. He returns to Korea as an adult and works as an excellent surgeon, but he falls into a bottomless pit. He succeeds as a dumpling master.
The story of how a bank clerk becomes a Ginza nightclub owner.