A railroad official, Owen Legate comes to Dodson, Mississippi to shut down much of the town's railway (town's main income). Owen unexpectedly finds love with Dodson's flirt and main attraction, Alva Starr. Alva and Owen then try to escape Alva's mother's (Hazel) clutches and the town's revenge.
A group of neighborhood residents led a by a poet band together to save their homes in Portland, Oregon in 1977.
Hot Property is an (un)romantic comedy about love, greed and estate agents. Melody Munro is a corporate spy with a big problem - she’s spending everything she has and a few things she hasn't on her lavish lifestyle. But when she gets caught embezzling money from her company she is fired on the spot. No more car, no more credit cards, she can't even afford Nespresso capsules. When her (now ex) friend and landlord calls to throw her out of the flat, it is the final blow. She will take no more. Melody vows to defend ‘her’ home at all costs. She uses her spy skills to take on her landlord, a raft of hipster tenants and a psychotic estate agent
Frustrated with being broke, Beans decides that the only way to grasp the American Dream is to take it.
A clerk at a lost property office is faced with unexpected change, and plans an unconventional response.
A deal on assigning for property reveals more new rules and laws of the society in the nearest future. The rates haven’t been so high. Status is everything. Love is nothing.
Three gangsters vie for control of the streets of Philadelphia.
Raymond Dabney returns to his family after trouble with the law. He convinces the sheriff to give him a job watching the house and furniture of widow Crystal Wetherby without knowing she is engaged to his brother.
A couple splits the assets they shared during the five years of their marriage.
Charlie is in charge of stage "props" and has trouble with actors' luggage and conflicts over who gets the star's dressing room. Once the dressing-room issue is resolved the next issue is getting everyone on stage with the correct backdrop. Backstage Charlie and an old man fight, often disrupting the on-stage performances. The audience also break into a fight, and a hose brought out behind the scenes ends up squirted over them.
An inventor (Masterson) must protect his inventions from becoming casualties of the Cold War.
When you lose something dear to your heart, there is only one place it can be found. The Lost Property office.
This official entry to the first Metro Manila Film Festival in 1983 directed by Lino Brocka and starred Carmi Martin, Phillip Salvador, Dennis Roldan, Vic Diaz, and Tony Santos, Sr centers on the story of Gigi, a burlesque dancer who is the main attraction of show.
A hoodlum (Corey Allen) plots to seduce a lonely housewife (Kate Manx) and turn her over to his virginal friend (Warren Oates).
A woman living alone on an island must fight for her life in the directorial debut of filmmaker Elizabeth Dimon. Although reluctant to do so, island recluse Tess (Mirjana Jokovic) offers her home to Sam (David Thornton) and Nigel (Tomas Arana), a pair of tuxedo-suited (and blood-soaked) strangers who arrive via motorboat with an exotic animal in tow. Allowing them to heal their wounds but desperate to get them out of her home, Tess immediately hides her valuables and frequently makes for the cellar where she appears to speak with an unseen housemate.
Documentation of a 3-projector super-8 film performance. (one projector is hand-held by the filmmaker and moves during performance) Government Property acknowledges a film's familiar function to present the illusion of another time and space while, at the same time, presenting elements which allow the viewer to also experience an event in the present tense. The latter is suggested by including elements of the projection experience such as interchanging images amongst the projectors, shadows, and varying the size and position of the hand-held projected image. The title originated from the words "government property" which are printed on each sheet of toilet paper in the British Museum. The film images, shot between 1978 and 1981, include British newspaper accounts of the Queen of England, media news coverage of the attempted assassination of Ronald Reagan, and other cultural and political monuments such as Stonehenge, the Salisbury (England) train station; the Trans-Canadian Railroad,
A woman must deal with the devastating effects of having a murderer for a brother.
Fleming develops a personal visual language through repetition of particular allusions and imagery
A young lady is employed by a millionaire. She is kidnapped instead of the rich woman by a gang, on behalf of people who were interested in the rich woman's disappearance. She is brought to a special hotel, where the guests are people who are imprisoned because their families wanted to get rid of them. The rich woman is finally able to convince a police officer to investigate the strange vanishing. A prisoner goes mad and sets fire to the prison, which could not have been detected otherwise, freeing the disappeared at last.
Since Luc granted a divorce to Pascale ten years ago, he paid generous alimony and left a fine country house as long as their twin sons remain at home. Pascale always acted as if she was the provider and head of the household, even now the inseparable brothers are twenty. But she started a secret affair with Flemish neighbor, cook Jan, whose ambition is to start a restaurant and B&B with her. As the boys learn she wants to cancel her job and sell the house for the project, college-man Thierry, who has a steady girl Anne, naturally refuses to let her spend dad's money meant for them. Gentler François, content to remain a handyman, would consider letting her and maybe working in the 'family business'. This causes trouble, even after Pascale moves out to Gerda's indefinitely, leading to tragedy.
Brothers Jonathan and Drew Scott help home buyers to purchase renovation projects.
Income Property is a home-improvement show which airs on HGTV. The host, Scott McGillivray, is a home contractor and renovation specialist who helps homeowners make their mortgage payments by adding a rental unit to their house. The series premiered on HGTV on January 1, 2009. New episodes air Tuesdays at 9pm ET on HGTV US and Thursday at 9pm ET on HGTV Canada. The program was a half-hour long until 2013, when it became an hour-long show.
Property Ladder is the original British version of the television series Property Ladder. Hosted by Sarah Beeny, it follows the journey of amateur property developers as they set out to make a life changing profit from renovating challenging houses. The show underwent a change in format during 2004 and now features two developments per episode rather than one. In early 2009, Channel 4 announced that a new series was to be shown, starting on 9 June, it is the first to be filmed in a struggling market and has been re-titled Property Snakes and Ladders.
Girl-crazy Tomoki’s quiet life gets turned upside down when beautiful, winged Ikaros falls from the sky – and starts calling him master! She seems a little bit lost on Earth, and her origins are shrouded in mystery. One thing’s for sure, though – she just might have the power to make Tomoki’s every dream come true! The heavenly hijinks continue in Heaven’s Lost Property: Forte! Tomoki may long for peace and quiet, but with Ikaros and Nymph still adjusting to life on Earth, things aren’t likely to calm down anytime soon. Plus, there’s a new Angeloid on the scene – and she’s been sent to eliminate Tomoki! And check out the hilarious, super-sexy Heaven’s Lost Property movie, The Angeloid of Clockwork! Hiyori’s a sweet, shy girl infatuated with Tomoki. To get closer to the dirty-minded object of her affection, she joins the New World Discovery Club and starts bonding with Ikaros, Nymph, and the gang – until a sudden, tragic accident changes everything. Why is she trying to kill Tomoki, even after confessing her feelings?
Property Virgins is a reality television series produced by Cineflix. The show portrays the experiences of prospective first-time home buyers, or "property virgins." The host of the show coaches first time home buyers to adjust their dream home vision to a more realistic one that fits the market and their budget. The program originated on HGTV Canada in March 2006 and expanded to HGTV in the United States in its second season. The program was hosted by Sandra Rinomato, a Toronto-based real estate expert, from its inception until 2011, and is now hosted by Egypt Sherrod. Rinomato subsequently launched a new HGTV series, Buy Herself, in April 2012.
Stan Muller teaches you all about Intellectual Property.
Hot Property is a Channel 5 show originally broadcast from 1997 to 1998 and hosted by Sandy Mitchell. It was then revived from 5 November 2001 to 11 July 2003 in two formats; originally hosted by Tris Payne in 2001 but then replaced by Alice Beer from 2002, when the series was retooled into a game show. An Australian version of the show began on 1 January 1999, hosted by Michael Caton. A 14th season was aired on Nine Network in 2013.
Property Ladder is the name of two television shows from the United Kingdom and United States where first-time property or real-estate developers purchase houses, renovate them, and attempt to sell them for a profit. Their efforts are the featured bit of the show. An expert property developer steps in to provide advice.
Hot Property is a Channel Seven show that has aired since 1999. The program is hosted by Michael Caton. The half hour show looks at problems Australians face when wanting to buy, build, renovate or rent homes. After a year off in 2006, the show returned in July 2007 on Sunday nights at 7pm. The premiere episode rated 1.3 million viewers and ranked 21 for the week. The show will return for a new season in 2008. In 2010, the program moved to the Nine Network, Caton is returning as host and it is expected to be aired in 28 July 2010. Hot Property returned to air in 2012 on Thursday 17 May at 8pm.
Property Shop is a Canadian television HGTV "docu-soap" that follows the realtor Tatiana Londono. She is opening her own realty agency in Montreal.
Property Envy is an American talk show series that debuted on July 9, 2013, on Bravo after the second season premiere of Interior Therapy with Jeff Lewis.
Property Wars is an American reality television series that airs on the Discovery Channel and premiered on July 12, 2012. The second season was announced on December 18, 2012, with the season debut on January 10, 2013. Property Wars follows a group of men, located in Phoenix, Arizona, who bid to purchase foreclosed homes, without being able to look inside. In each episode, the main cast members group in front of the home to see what condition it is in while their bidder is on location at the auction for the home. Cast member John Ray filed Chapter 13 bankruptcy in October 2012, due to a delay in repaying a $600,000 loan.
Reality series where Jonathan and Drew help homeowners take their next step up the property ladder. Featuring two pivotal real estate moments, double the stress, and twice the manpower, first Jon renovates the family's home for a successful sale, while Drew hunts down the best options for the family's next property and oversees the selling and buying.
Million Pound Property Experiment was a television series in 2003–2004 which aired on BBC Two in the United Kingdom in which designers Colin McAllister and Justin Ryan bought, renovated and re-sold properties for a profit. This, as they gambled with a £100,000 loan from the BBC, with the ultimate goal being a sale of a property for £1 million. Taking over two and a half years in the making for the TV series for seven, 60-minute weekly TV slots. Viewers saw them buy, renovate and sell seven properties across Britain, ranging from £100,000 to £1.25 million. It drew an audience of over four million regular viewers as they attempted to leap up the property ladder in seven rungs. They started off with a tiny place in Birmingham for £100,000 and traded up after every sale on a nationwide challenge to find the next potential property. In the end, they ended with a net profit of £290,000. The programme starred Colin McAllister and Justin Ryan as interior designers and Nigel Leck, a full-time developer who project-managed their refurbishments. At the end of the series, the original purchase and interest had to be returned with any profits donated to Children in Need. Their advice is sensible rather than original or inspired – find areas on the up, buy the worst house in the best street, research what sort of people buy in the area and aim your development squarely at them.