The President, an intern and two fiber optics specialists find themselves trapped in the Oval Office after discovering the windows and doors have been rigged to explode.
This picture shows Col. Roosevelt, accompanied by Lieut. Greenway and other prominent officers of the Rough Riders, galloping up to his headquarters, where he dismounts and walks into his tent. This view was taken in the camp with the Rough Riders, and is an excellent picture of Col. Roosevelt in the environment he loves so well.
Taken during the land parade in honor of Admiral Dewey, just before the turn into 72nd street...
Staffan Stolle becomes the sole heir to a rich and noble family when he is just a little boy. Early on he is engaged to be married to a girl he finds he does not love. Instead he flees the country only to return under a false name, looking for true love.
Two young kung fu experts are terrorized by an evil warlord whose weapon is known as the Hell's Wind Staff. With the aid of an old rival of the warlord, they train in the Dragon Hands and the Rowing Oar to face off against the deadly Hell's Wind Staff.
In the town of Seroa, a Korean immigrant's store has flourishing business and the natives get jealous. In order to buy out the store, they sell their goods at a lower price. One day, Lee Sang-kuk, who manages the restaurant his parents and sister Na-young left behind, is gunned down by a sniper. Han Sung-min starts to investigate Sang-kuk's murder.
Parallel bars moving up and down in rhythmic patterns.
The stage is set at Ousai Private Academy which, due to declining birth rates, has transitioned from an all-girls high school to a co-ed. The current ratio of male to female students is 28:524. Within this paradise, Tsuda Takatoshi is inaugurated as vice-president of the student council. The student council has a strict image. However, there are some members who defy imagination...
Ed Stafford undertakes an extreme survival challenge as he washes up naked and alone on a desert island, Olorua, south east of Fiji. He has only his brain, bare hands and a camera to keep him alive. He'll take no food, water, clothes, knife or tools, so from the moment he arrives he is on a race to stay alive. As man can only last three days without water and three weeks without food, Ed will attempt to survive on the island physically and mentally, for 60 days.
When Emily Thorne moves to the Hamptons, everyone wonders about the new girl, but she knows everything about them, including what they did to her family. Years ago, they took everything from her. Now, one by one, she's going to make them pay.
Explorer, adventurer and survival expert Ed Stafford faces a brand new challenge in "Left for Dead". Dropped in to a remote location, Ed has up to 10 days to reach a rendezvous point, meet his extraction transport and get out alive. If he doesn't make it he faces even more time in isolation, the humility of calling in team support and the embarrassment of failure!
Ed Stafford is on a mission to investigate the planet's newest mysteries. With photographs of Earth – taken by spy satellites and the International Space Station – showing strange and unexplained markings in some of the most remote and inaccessible places on the planet, Ed sets out to find the target, and solve the riddle.
Adventurer and survivalist Ed Stafford is back, pushing his survival skills to the limit and pitting himself once again against Mother Nature. Ed is left high and dry in some of the most inhospitable and extreme environments – equipped with nothing but an emergency phone, medical kit and his camera to record his adventures.
The Stafford Brothers is an Australian reality series screened on Fox8. The series follows the lives of Chris and Matt Stafford, a dance music duo taking on the European scene. The series was developed by WD Entertainment Group and began broadcast on Fox8 Australia in 2009. The first season of The Stafford Brothers premiered on 21 January 2011 and consists of 6 episodes.. Season 1 was based around the premise of "What happens on Tour, No Longer Stays on Tour" as the series followed the real life of Matt and Chris Stafford as they toured and performed around Europe. The series shot at locations including Ibiza, Mykonos, Santorini, Belfast, Majorca and London. The second series premiered 27 January 2012. Series two is ten brand new episodes that follows several new story-lines including the production of new Stafford Brothers music, including Pressure, along with auditioning across Australia for new vocalists for their upcoming tracks. Nightclub manager Joey, who was featured heavily in the series, went through rehab in Thailand, and followed his progress managing two Gold Coast nightclubs Platinum and Love, both venues are part owned by the Stafford Brothers. Brooke Evers, also featured in the series, is Matt Stafford's girlfriend. The two have been dating since 2006 and Brooke works for men's magazine Zoo Weekly.
The Jo Stafford Show is a nine-episode British television programme which aired in the United Kingdom on a fortnightly basis starting 9 September 1961. It was presented by the singer Jo Stafford, who was joined on stage by guests from the world of music and television; each episode was based on a particular theme. The show was broadcast in the United Kingdom, and was also aired internationally.
The Jo Stafford Show is a 15-minute musical variety program which aired on CBS in prime time in the 1954–1955 television season. Jo Stafford began her solo singing career after success with the big band group known as The Pied Pipers. Arrangements for the program were handled by Stafford's husband, Paul Weston, himself a conductor and arranger at Capitol Records and Columbia Records. The series aired on Tuesday evenings at 7:45 Eastern Time after Douglas Edwards with the News and preceding the half-hour The Red Skelton Show. Singer Perry Como had a similar 15-minute program on CBS in the same time slot on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday evenings. Paul Weston wrote a special theme song for the show. The show had the same cast of regular performers Stafford worked with during her Chesterfield Supper Club shows from Hollywood. Paul Weston and his Orchestra and the Starlighters provided the music and vocal accompaniments on the television show just as they had done on Stafford's hosted "Supper Club" radio programs. The television program was done live. During the year it aired, Stafford was beset with many of the on-air difficulties which came with live television, including the loss of her skirt on one show while singing "Let Me Go, Lover!". One of the cast members tripped, and as he fell, a button on his coat caught in Stafford's costume. Her skirt falling along with the actor, Stafford tried holding onto it while singing "Let me go".