Lino lives in Turin with the family of his sister. He doesn't have a good job and never enough money. But in a day his life changes: he wins 1 billion dollars in a lottery and... everyone becomes a friend, the girl who he liked becomes his girlfriend and his sister begins to love him. He leaves Turin with his friend Parola and, in a Casino, he looses all money! But luck returns...
When Zach brings along his thirsty, nosey roommate, Eduardo, to his basketball pick-up game with his straight best friend.. the outcome of the game takes an unexpected turn when Zach has to confront which team he is really on.
Young sprinter Lin Ying enrolls in a sports college in Shanghai. As she becomes a sports celebrity, she starts to mangle with the upper class and has gradually forgotten the true essence of sports.
All videos of featured models Kim Cloutier, Brooklyn Decker, Cintia Dicker, Lucia Dvorska, Esti Ginzborg, Jessica Gomes, Melissa Haro, Jessica Hart, Julie Henderson, Damaris Lewis, Jarah Mariano, Ariel Meredith, Tori Praver, Bar Refaeli, Hilary Rhoda, Daniella Sarahyba, Irina Sheik, Anne V, Jessica White with the Body paint videos are available. Also Includes Various Location Video Shoots such as from Dominican Republic, Grenada, Grenadines, Mexico, Italy, Tenerife and Turkey
8 Disney cartoons from the late '30s and '40s centering on different sports.
The story of Nikolai Ozerov, the famous sports commentator. Interviews and archival footage chronicle significant global sporting events.
Eighteen girls passionate about dancesport chase their dreams in a town where most people their age are preparing for employment at the recently restructure shipyard.
Canine Caddy (1941) How to Play Baseball (1942) The Hockey Champ (1939) Double Dribble (1946) How to Play Football (1944) Mickey's Polo Team (1936) Tennis Racquet (1949) Goofy Gymnastics (1949)
A comedy that spoofs the inspirational sports movies, The Comebacks tells the story of an out-of-luck coach, Lambeau Fields, who takes a rag-tag bunch of college misfits and drives them towards the football championships. In the process, this life-long loser discovers that he is a winner after all by redeeming himself, saving his relationship with his family and friends, and finding that there is indeed, no "I" in "team"!
A TV special that aired on February 15, 1989 on CBS. It was the final production in which Mel Blanc voiced the Looney Tunes before his death on July 10, 1989
A documentary showcasing water sports activities such as sailboat racing and surfboard riding, including Christian Peterson doing a human surfboard at 45 mph.
Produced by Carol Munday Lawrence as part of the seven-part "Were You There" series
2 guys at a ski resort fake injuries and attract women.
A Pete Smith Specialty comedy short
Examines the implementation and ineffectiveness of anti-doping policies in sports.
Short animated movie from 1932.
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“All Creatures Great and Small” is a musical and visual experience that introduces infants and toddlers to eight animals that live in God’s wonderful world — from a small butterfly to a giant giraffe. It also provides an opportunity for parents to teach their baby common animal names and the concept of large and small. Engaging animation, close up still images of real animals together with motion photography are underscored with the classical music and an old English hymn, All Things Bright and Beautiful.
The offbeat cast and crew of a sports news show as they deal with professional, personal, and ethical challenges while functioning in a pressure-cooker work environment.
Get on the field and into the ring through a series of compelling stories at the fringe of culture and politics, across a range of places and people through the one lens that connects them all: sport.
A monthly sports newsmagazine which was "spawned by the fact that sports have changed dramatically, that it's no longer just fun and games, and that what happens off the field, beyond the scores, is worthy of some serious reporting," according to Bryant Gumbel, the host.
The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Model Search is a reality TV show produced by NBC that debuted in January 2005, prior to the launch of that year's Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue. The purpose of the show was to document twelve previously unknown fashion models as they competed against one another for a grand prize. In this case, it was a pictorial in the 2005 edition of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue and a modeling contract with NEXT Model Management worth one million US dollars. The twelve contestants were chosen after NBC and Sports Illustrated launched a nation-wide search, processing around 3,000 potential women. The three-judge panel consisted of Roshumba Williams, Joel Wilkenfeld and Jule Campbell. Competitions would include how well the contestants did on their photo shoots and their rigorous fitness tests. Based on these, the aforementioned judges would choose who "made the cut" and who would be let go from the competition, until there were two finalists. The show's tagline was "The business of being beautiful is about to get ugly."
Good Sports is an American sitcom that aired on the CBS network in 1991, starring Farrah Fawcett and Ryan O'Neal.
Whacked Out Sports is an American syndicated reality television series which features professional and amateur videos of sports-related mishaps and accidents, usually involving people being injured. The show has a comedic theme and uses a narrative voiceover to highlight aspects of the clips.
The Sports Reporters is a sports talk show that airs on ESPN at 9:30 a.m. ET every Sunday morning. It is broadcast from Bristol, Connecticut at the main ESPN studios. However, before 1999, it was broadcast from a studio in Manhattan. and from 1999-2010 it was recorded at the ESPN Zone at Times Square in Manhattan before it closed. The format of the show is a roundtable discussion among four sports media personalities, with one regular host and three rotating guests. The show began in 1988, patterned to some extent after the successful Chicago-based syndicated show called Sportswriters on TV.
Sports Stars of Tomorrow is a United States nationally-syndicated sports television show about high school and college athletics. The show, which is hosted by well known college and NFL television analyst Charles Davis, takes its viewers across the country in search of the brightest young stars in sports. Sports Stars of Tomorrow is the only high-school sports program in national syndication. The show began in 2005 and provides in-depth feature stories about the top prep athletes in the United States. The goal of the program is to get an “off the field” look at the athletes, so they are frequently shown doing things like playing golf, strumming guitars, and studying. It is produced by GameDay Productions, a private television production company based in Fort Worth, Texas. When the show began in the fall of 2005 it reached out to just 20 percent of the country. Currently, it is airing in over 90 percent of all homes nationwide and can be seen in markets such as New York City, Washington D.C., Chicago, and Dallas-Fort Worth.
MTV Sports is a show that ran on MTV from 1992 to 1997. Dan Cortese hosts this Emmy-winning reality sports show featuring radical sports from around the country. It was later hosted by athlete/model Gabrielle Reece from 1993 to 1995.
Sports Geniuses was an American sports-themed game show that aired from March 2000 until June 2000 on cable channel Fox Sports Net. It was the network's second game show. Sportscaster Matt Vasgersian hosted, with Lisa Guerrero as his co-host.
Sports Cartoons is an animated series, produced by Derek Lamb and Janet Perlman's Lamb-Perlman Productions in 1985. The series featured various sports being played by anthropomorphic animals, including cats, dogs, pigs, and hippopotami. Some of these sports included ice hockey, shot put, soccer, American football, and table tennis.
Sports Tonight was a show that aired on CNN from 1980 to 2001, and on CNN/SI from December 12, 1996 to the station's demise on May 15, 2002. It normally aired at 11 p.m. ET.
Basta Sports is an informative sports program created by the ABS-CBN Foundation and airs weekly on ABS-CBN. It features different sports and sports icons. Hosted by Atom Araullo and Ketchup Eusebio, Basta Sports is a unique show about games and sports for today's youth. Produced by ABS-CBN Foundation, the show teaches kids how to be active and healthy through participation in sports. It is directed by Rene Guidote.
Sports Stadium was an Irish television sport programme on Raidió Teilifís Éireann. Broadcast between 1973 and 1997, it was RTÉ's flagship sports programme and one of its longest-running shows. It ran in a variety of slots, but in its final years aired on RTÉ Two on Saturdays between 1:00pm–6:00pm. Its first presenter was Brendan O'Reilly who lasted for fourteen years. Other presenters during the show's run included Liam Nolan, Fred Cogley, Michael Lyster, Peter Collins and finally Tracy Piggott. The format of the show was very similar to the BBC's Grandstand or ITV's World of Sport, and indeed Grandstand's racing coverage was often simulcast on the show. The earlier part of each show would feature a mixture of racing and recorded highlights of other sports. The centrepiece of the afternoon for many years was a live 3:00pm Football League Division One game, which would be followed by the classified football results. Coverage of the All-Ireland League was also featured on the show. For much of its life, the show's theme music was the distinctive keyboard riff from the Europe song "The Final Countdown". The original recording was used in the 1980s, but a re-arranged version was used during the 1990s.
Sports Crash takes a detailed look at some of the all-time greatest crashes in sports.
Penda Sports in a sports-talk program on the HTN Channel that serves Clark County, Champaign County, and Greene County in Ohio. It is hosted by Bryant Billing and Casey Matteson, who are also both sports writers for the Penda Publishing Company's newspapers, including The Springfield Paper. The show debuted on March 15, 2010 and is aimed at providing a local television show area athletes and sports fans in discussing local sports. However, the show was designed as a sports debate/discussion show, as the hosts of the show will introduce a topic, and the discuss the topic, usually at length. Local high school athletics are the main point of discussion, with surrounding collegiate athletics also being discussed. It is recorded at 5 p.m. every Tuesday at HTN Channel's studios in downtown Springfield, Ohio. The recording is aired on HTNChannel.com's live feed, and the episodes are immediately made available after filming and processing for on-demand viewing. The show is loosely designed after ESPN's Pardon the Interruption.
Sports Tonight was an Irish sports information programme broadcast on TV3. The programme was broadcast Monday-Friday at 11:30 pm, after Nightly News. Sports Tonight provided up-to-date comprehensive coverage of all that matters in sport. It was usually presented by Trevor Welch, with other TV3 sports journalists hosting occasionally. The show was axed on 23 March 2009 after broadcasting for nearly a decade. This was due to budgetary cutbacks at TV3 and an emphasis being placed on live sports.