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1:Cut brambles long enough, Sprout after sprout, And the lotus will bloom Of its own accord: Already waiting in the clearing, The single image of light. The day you see this, That day you will become it. [1469.jpg] -- from Women in Praise of the Sacred: 43 Centuries of Spiritual Poetry by Women, Edited by Jane Hirshfield
~ Sun Buer, Cut brambles long enough
2:Spirit and energy should be clear as the night air; In the soundless is the ultimate pleasure all along. Where there's reality in illusion Is illusion in reality, For the while playing with magical birth In the silver bowl. [1786.jpg] -- from Immortal Sisters: Secret Teachings of Taoist Women, Edited by Thomas Cleary
~ Sun Buer, Spirit and energy should be clear as the night air
3:The beginning of the sustenance of life Is all in yin and yang. The limitless can open up The light of the great limit. Diligently polished, the mirror of the mind Is bright as the moon; The universe in a grain May rise, or it may hide. [1786.jpg] -- from Immortal Sisters: Secret Teachings of Taoist Women, Edited by Thomas Cleary
~ Sun Buer, The beginning of the sustenance of life
4:Before our body existed, One energy was already there. Like jade, more lustrous as it's polished, Like gold, brighter as it's refined. Sweep clear the ocean of birth and death, Stay firm by the door of total mastery. A particle at the point of open awareness, The gentle firing is warm. [1786.jpg] -- from Immortal Sisters: Secret Teachings of Taoist Women, Edited by Thomas Cleary
~ Sun Buer, Gathering the Mind
5:The relic from before birth Enters one's heart one day. Be as careful as if you were holding a full vessel, Be as gentle as if you were caressing an infant. The gate of earth should be shut tight, The portals of heaven should be first opened. Wash the yellow sprouts clean, And atop the mountain is thunder shaking the earth. [1786.jpg] -- from Immortal Sisters: Secret Teachings of Taoist Women, Edited by Thomas Cleary
~ Sun Buer, Refining the Spirit
6:The Tao is uncontrived, yet there is nothing it does not do. It can be witnessed by the mind, not known by knowledge. What is "knowing"? What is "witness"? Knowledge dismisses knowledge. Witness only responds. Response comes from nowhere. Mind then penetrates. Penetrate the One, and all tasks are done. The One is the root. The task is the door. When the task returns to One, the One is ever present. The presence should not be reified; provisionally we speak of keeping it. Keep open selflessness and naturally be eternal. [1786.jpg] -- from Immortal Sisters: Secret Teachings of Taoist Women, Edited by Thomas Cleary
~ Sun Buer, Precious Treatise on Preservation of Unity on the Great Way
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Wikipedia - Caudate sonnet -- Expanded version of the sonnet, consisting of 14 lines followed by a coda
Wikipedia - Caulerpa longifolia -- Species of seaweed
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Wikipedia - Ca. -- Rotating or sliding component that transmits variable motion to a follower
Wikipedia - CB Chara Nagai Go World -- Direct-to-video anime, followed by a manga of the same name
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Wikipedia - Centranthus -- Genus of flowering plants in the honeysuckle family Caprifoliaceae
Wikipedia - Centripetal force -- Complementary orthogonal force accompanying motion of object towards central fixed point, allowing object to follow curved path
Wikipedia - Centronia laurifolia -- Species of plant
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Wikipedia - Cephalotes foliaceus -- Species of ant
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Wikipedia - Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant sarcophagus -- Structure enclosing the ruins of the nuclear reactor following the 1986 disaster
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Wikipedia - Chmod -- Program to change access permissions of a file or folder
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Wikipedia - Chrysanthemum morifolium
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Wikipedia - City of Norwich School -- Sixth form and secondary school in Norfolk, England
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Wikipedia - Closed manifold
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Wikipedia - Combinatorial manifold
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Wikipedia - Conospermum taxifolium -- Species of Australian shrub in the family Proteaceae
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Wikipedia - Golden Reel Award for Outstanding Achievement in Sound Editing - Sound Effects, Foley, Music, Dialogue and ADR for Non-Theatrical Feature Film Broadcast Media -- Sound editing award
Wikipedia - Golden rivet -- Naval folklore
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Wikipedia - Knautia arvensis -- Species of flowering plant in the honeysuckle family Caprifoliaceae
Wikipedia - Knautia -- Genus of flowering plants in the honeysuckle family Caprifoliaceae
Wikipedia - Knocker (folklore)
Wikipedia - Knodishall -- Village in Suffolk, England
Wikipedia - Kodaira embedding theorem -- Characterises non-singular projective varieties amongst compact KM-CM-$hler manifolds
Wikipedia - Koedfoltos hackeri -- Species of false owlet moth
Wikipedia - Koedfoltos parducka -- Species of false owlet moth
Wikipedia - Koerner, Ray & Glover -- Folk-blues trio from Minneapolis, Minnesota
Wikipedia - Kolpos -- Bloused fold of a chiton, peplos, or tunic, hanging over the girdle underneath the apoptygma, in Ancient Greek costume
Wikipedia - Korean folklore -- Aspect of Korean culture
Wikipedia - Korean Folk Village -- Living museum
Wikipedia - Korean shamanism -- Folk Religion of Korean Peninsula
Wikipedia - Krabat -- Sorbian folklore character
Wikipedia - Krampus -- horned, anthropomorphic folklore figure associated with Christmas
Wikipedia - Kubasonics -- Ukrainian-Canadian speed-folk band
Wikipedia - Kurdish Christians -- Kurds who follow Christianity
Wikipedia - Kushan dance -- Bengali folk dance
Wikipedia - Kushiel -- Punitive angel in Judeo-Christian folklore
Wikipedia - La Bamba (song) -- Traditional Mexican folk song and dance
Wikipedia - Labia majora -- Outer folds of the vulva
Wikipedia - La Bottine Souriante -- Canadian folk band
Wikipedia - La Cage aux Folles (film) -- 1978 film by Edouard Molinaro
Wikipedia - Ladenbergia acutifolia -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Lady with the Ring -- Folklore story
Wikipedia - La Folie du Docteur Tube -- 1915 film
Wikipedia - La folie du doute -- 1920 film
Wikipedia - La Folle JournM-CM-)e -- French music festival
Wikipedia - Lake Grove, New York -- Village in Suffolk County, New York
Wikipedia - Lakenheath railway station -- Railway station in Suffolk, England
Wikipedia - Lambertia ericifolia -- Species of shrub endemic to the south-west of Western Australia
Wikipedia - Lambertia ilicifolia -- Species of shrub endemic to south-west Western Australia
Wikipedia - Laminar flow -- Flow where fluid particles follow smooth paths in layers
Wikipedia - Landseer Park -- Park in Ipswich, Suffolk, England
Wikipedia - Langham, Norfolk
Wikipedia - LaRena Clark -- Folk singer from Ontario, Canada (1904-1991)
Wikipedia - Laryngospasm -- Involuntary contraction of the vocal folds restricting inhalation
Wikipedia - Lasiocampa trifolii -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Laszlo Foltan Jr. -- Hungarian canoeist
Wikipedia - Laszlo Foltan Sr. -- Hungarian canoeist
Wikipedia - Lateral intermuscular septum of thigh -- A fold of deep fascia in the thigh
Wikipedia - Lathyrus latifolius -- Species of flowering plant in the pea and bean family Fabaceae
Wikipedia - Latin rock -- Term to describe a music subgenre consisting in melting traditional sounds and elements of Latin American and Caribbean folk with rock music
Wikipedia - Launda Naach -- Bhojpuri Folk dance
Wikipedia - Laura Marling -- British folk singer-songwriter
Wikipedia - Laura Pope Forester -- American folk artist
Wikipedia - Laurice Milton M-bM-^@M-^\RedM-bM-^@M-^] Shea -- Folk guitarist (b. May 9 1938, d. June 10, 2008)
Wikipedia - Lauri Honko -- Finnish professor of folklore studies and comparative religion (1932-2002)
Wikipedia - Lavandula angustifolia -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Lavender's Blue -- English folk song and nursery rhyme dating to the 17th century
Wikipedia - Lawrence D. Foldes -- American director and producer
Wikipedia - Lead Belly -- American folk and blues musician
Wikipedia - Leaf peeping -- Informal term for viewing autumn color change in foliage
Wikipedia - Lecointea ovalifolia -- Species of Peruvian legume
Wikipedia - Ledebouria grandifolia -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Legend of the Christmas Spider -- Eastern European Christmas folktale
Wikipedia - Lens space -- 3-manifold that is a quotient of SM-BM-3 by M-bM-^DM-$/p actions: (z,w) M-bM-^FM-& (exp(2M-OM-^@i/p)z, exp(2M-OM-^@iq/p)w)
Wikipedia - Leonotis nepetifolia -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Le Plumard en folie -- 1974 film by Georges Combret
Wikipedia - Leptospermum crassifolium -- Australian species of plant
Wikipedia - Leptospermum myrtifolium -- Australian species of plant
Wikipedia - Leptospermum parvifolium -- Australian species of plant
Wikipedia - Les Charbonniers de l'enfer -- Canadian a cappella folk music group
Wikipedia - Les Cowboys Fringants -- Folk band from Quebec
Wikipedia - Les Francofolies de Spa -- Music festival in Belgium
Wikipedia - Leslie Fish -- American folk musician, author, and anarchist political activist.
Wikipedia - Leslie Penfold Hyland -- Australian businessman and golfer
Wikipedia - Les Penning -- British folk musician
Wikipedia - Letitia McClintock -- writer, folklorist
Wikipedia - Letter to the Duke of Norfolk
Wikipedia - Leucoptera lathyrifoliella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Leucoptera malifoliella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Leucoptera spartifoliella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Leucospermum cordifolium -- The ornamental pincushion is a shrub in the family Proteaceae from the Western Cape of South Africa
Wikipedia - Leucospermum oleifolium -- The flame pincushion is a shrub in the family Proteaceae from the Western Cape of South Africa
Wikipedia - Leucospermum secundifolium -- The stalked pincushion is a shrub in the family Proteaceae from the Western Cape of South Africa
Wikipedia - Levellers (band) -- English folk rock band
Wikipedia - Lexikon verfolgter Musiker und Musikerinnen der NS-Zeit -- German musical encyclopedia
Wikipedia - Leycesteria -- Genus of flowering plants in the honeysuckle family Caprifoliaceae
Wikipedia - Liaison (French) -- Pronunciation of a latent word-final consonant immediately before a following vowel sound
Wikipedia - Liane Foly -- French singer
Wikipedia - Licania pyrifolia -- Species of tree
Wikipedia - Lie group -- Group that is also a differentiable manifold with group operations that are smooth
Wikipedia - Lie-Palais theorem -- Lifts an action of a finite-dimensional Lie algebra on a manifold to a Lie group action
Wikipedia - Lightning bird -- Legendary creature in the folklore of the tribes of South Africa
Wikipedia - Ligustrum ovalifolium -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Li Na (singer) -- Chinese folk singer
Wikipedia - Lindenbergia urticaefolia -- Species of flowering plants in the broomrape family Orobanchaceae
Wikipedia - Lindisfarne (band) -- English folk rock band
Wikipedia - Lingwood and Burlingham -- Civil parish in the English county of Norfolk
Wikipedia - Linnaea amabilis -- Species of flowering plant in the honeysuckle family Caprifoliaceae
Wikipedia - Linnaea chinensis -- species of plant in the family Caprifoliaceae
Wikipedia - Linnaea floribunda -- species of plant in the family Caprifoliaceae
Wikipedia - Liparis liliifolia -- Species of plant (orchid)
Wikipedia - Lisa Hannigan -- Irish folk musician and singer-songwriter
Wikipedia - Lisa Wilson-Foley -- American politician
Wikipedia - List of administrative heads of Norfolk Island -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - List of airports in Norfolk -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of anonymous Turkish folk songs -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Aquifoliales of South Africa -- Flowering plants in the order Aquifoliales recorded from South Africa
Wikipedia - List of Bulgarian pop-folk singers -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of bus routes in Suffolk County, New York -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of butterflies of Norfolk Island -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Cabinet Ministers from Finland by ministerial portfolio -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of closed railway stations in Norfolk -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of County Governors of M-CM-^Xstfold -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of County Governors of Vestfold og Telemark -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of County Governors of Vestfold -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of creatures in Meitei folklore -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of dragons in mythology and folklore -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of drainage windmills in Norfolk -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of English words containing Q not followed by U
Wikipedia - List of ethnic, regional, and folk dances by origin -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - List of European folk music traditions -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Faroese members of the Folketing -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of foliage plant diseases (Acanthaceae) -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of foliage plant diseases (Agavaceae) -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of foliage plant diseases (Araceae) -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of foliage plant diseases (Araliaceae) -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of foliage plant diseases (Araucariaceae) -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of foliage plant diseases (Asclepiadaceae) -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of foliage plant diseases (Bromeliaceae) -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of foliage plant diseases (Cactaceae) -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of foliage plant diseases (Commelinaceae) -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of foliage plant diseases (Gesneriaceae) -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of foliage plant diseases (Maranthaceae) -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of foliage plant diseases (Palmae) -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of foliage plant diseases (Polypodiaceae) -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of foliage plant diseases (Vitaceae) -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of foliage plant diseases -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of folk festivals -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of folk songs by Roud number -- Wikipedia song-related list article
Wikipedia - List of giants in mythology and folklore -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Hanafis -- Muslim scholars who followed the Hanafi Islamic madhab
Wikipedia - List of heads of government of Norfolk Island -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - List of hybrid creatures in folklore -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Important Intangible Folk Cultural Properties -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Indian folk dances -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of international rugby union tries by Israel Folau -- Wikimedia article
Wikipedia - List of Jain empires and dynasties -- List of royalties following Jainism
Wikipedia - List of King George V Playing Fields in Norfolk -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - List of lighthouses in Norfolk Island -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of local nature reserves in Norfolk -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of local nature reserves in Suffolk -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of manifolds -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of most-followed Facebook pages -- Wikipedia article
Wikipedia - List of most-followed Instagram accounts -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of most-followed TikTok accounts -- list contains the top 50 accounts with the largest number of followers on the social media platform TikTok
Wikipedia - List of most-followed Twitch channels -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - List of most-followed Twitter accounts -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - List of museums in Norfolk Island -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of museums in Norfolk -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of museums in Suffolk -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of newspapers in Norfolk Island -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Norfolk airfields -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Norfolk and Western Railway locomotives -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Norfolk County Cricket Club grounds -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Norfolk County Cricket Club List A players -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Norfolk Island records in athletics -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Norfolk Southern Railway lines -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Norfolk Southern Railway predecessor railroads -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of numbered roads in Norfolk County -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of people who follow a straight edge lifestyle -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of places in Norfolk -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of places in Suffolk -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of places of interest in Suffolk -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of public art in Norfolk -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Queer as Folk characters -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Queer as Folk episodes -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of rolling stock preserved on the North Norfolk Railway -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of schools in Norfolk -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of schools in Suffolk -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of settlements in Norfolk by population -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of settlements in Suffolk by population -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Sites of Special Scientific Interest in Norfolk -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Sites of Special Scientific Interest in Suffolk -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of speakers of the Folketing -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Speakers of the Norfolk Legislative Assembly -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Suffolk County Cricket Club grounds -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Suffolk County Cricket Club List A players -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Suffolk County, New York road proposals -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Suffolk University people -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of surviving Folland Gnats -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of tallest buildings in Norfolk, Virginia -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of The Following characters -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of The Following episodes -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of trifoliate plants -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of ufologists -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - List of vampire traits in folklore and fiction -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of vampiric creatures in folklore -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - List of vascular plants of Norfolk Island -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of windmills in Norfolk -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of windmills in Suffolk -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of works of the two FolgoM-CM-+t ateliers -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - List of world folk-epics
Wikipedia - Lithospermum latifolium -- Species of flowering plant in the borage family Boraginaceae
Wikipedia - Little Bo-Peep -- English folk song
Wikipedia - Little Sadie -- American folk ballad
Wikipedia - Little Snoring -- Village in Norfolk, England
Wikipedia - Little Tybee -- Folk-rock band
Wikipedia - Live at the Cambridge Folk Festival -- 1998 live album by Robyn Hitchcock and the Egyptians
Wikipedia - Lizardfolk
Wikipedia - Lloyd George Knew My Father (song) -- English folk song
Wikipedia - LM-CM-*n M-DM-^QM-aM-;M-^Sng -- Ritual practiced in Vietnamese folk religion and the mother goddess religion M-DM-^PM-aM-:M-!o MM-aM-:M-+u
Wikipedia - LM-CM-)opold de Folin -- French zoologist, author and oceanographer
Wikipedia - Lobelia brevifolia -- species of plant
Wikipedia - Lobelia rhombifolia -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Lomatia fraxinifolia -- Species of tree of the family Proteaceae native to northeastern Queensland
Wikipedia - Lomatia ilicifolia -- Species of plant in the family Proteaceae endemic to south-eastern Australia
Wikipedia - Lomatia silaifolia -- Species of plant in the family, Proteaceae native to eastern Australia
Wikipedia - Lonely Christmas Eve -- 2000 song performed by Ben Folds
Wikipedia - Long Melford -- Village in Suffolk, England
Wikipedia - Long Point, Ontario -- Community of Norfolk County, Ontario, Canada
Wikipedia - Lord Delaware (ballad) -- Folk song
Wikipedia - Lord William -- Folk song
Wikipedia - Lorentzian manifold
Wikipedia - Losing My Mind -- 1971 song from musical ''Follies'' by Stephen Sondheim
Wikipedia - Los Tigres del Norte at Folsom Prison -- 2019 documentary film
Wikipedia - Lotfollah Forouzandeh -- Iranian conservative politician
Wikipedia - Lotfollah Yarmohammadi -- Iranian linguist
Wikipedia - Lothingland -- An area in the English counties of Suffolk and Norfolk on the North Sea coast
Wikipedia - Louise Munro Foley -- Canadian writer
Wikipedia - Louisiana Voodoo -- Set of spiritual folkways that developed from the traditions of the African diaspora
Wikipedia - Love Freed from Ignorance and Folly -- Play
Wikipedia - Love of the Mat Seller -- Vietnamese folk opera song
Wikipedia - Lowestoft railway station -- Railway Station in Suffolk, England
Wikipedia - Lucie Miloti -- Albanian folk singer
Wikipedia - Lucy Lloyd -- British folklorist (1834-1914)
Wikipedia - Ludwigia alternifolia -- Species of flowering plant in the willowherb family Onagraceae
Wikipedia - Luis "Checho" Gonzalez -- Chilean folklore composer and songwriter
Wikipedia - Luka Bloom -- Irish folk singer-songwriter
Wikipedia - Luke Foley -- Australian Labor Party politician
Wikipedia - Luke Folwell -- British artistic gymnast
Wikipedia - Lund's Tower -- Nineteenth-century folly in Yorkshire
Wikipedia - Lutna Sake Lut -- 2019 satire song by Nepalese folk singer Pashupati Sharma
Wikipedia - Lydia Folger Fowler -- American-born British physician
Wikipedia - Lynda Folauhola -- Australian diver
Wikipedia - Lynedoch, Ontario -- Community of Norfolk County, Ontario, Canada
Wikipedia - Lynn Valley Trail -- Nature trail in Norfolk County, Ontario
Wikipedia - Lyonetia prunifoliella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Lyonia ovalifolia -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Lysimachia asperulifolia -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Lysimachia latifolia -- Species of flowering plant in the primrose family Primulaceae
Wikipedia - Maach -- Form of Indian folk theatre
Wikipedia - Macadamia integrifolia -- Species of flowering plant in the family Proteaceae
Wikipedia - Macaranga grandifolia -- species of plant in the family Euphorbiaceae
Wikipedia - Made in Israel -- 2001 film by Ari Folman
Wikipedia - Madhuca lancifolia -- species of plant in the family Sapotaceae
Wikipedia - Madonna of Foligno
Wikipedia - Maeda Toshiie -- General of Oda Nobunaga following the Sengoku period
Wikipedia - Maekawa's theorem -- Result about flat-foldable origami crease patterns
Wikipedia - Maenad -- Female follower of Dionysus
Wikipedia - Maerua crassifolia -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Magdalen Gate railway station -- Former railway station in Norfolk, England
Wikipedia - Maggie May (folk song) -- Traditional folk song from Liverpool, England
Wikipedia - Magnhild Folkvord -- Norwegian journalist and writer
Wikipedia - Magnistipula cuneatifolia -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Mahara (software) -- Free and open-source web-based electronic portfolio management system
Wikipedia - Maid Marian -- Love interest of the legendary outlaw Robin Hood in English folklore
Wikipedia - Maireana brevifolia -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Maireana sedifolia -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Maire MacNeill -- Irish folklorist and writer
Wikipedia - Malanka -- Slavic folk Christianity
Wikipedia - Malaysian folk religion
Wikipedia - Malina (Bulgarian singer) -- Bulgarian pop-folk singer
Wikipedia - Malini Awasthi -- Indian folk singer
Wikipedia - Malin Kundang -- Malay folk figure
Wikipedia - Malva acerifolia -- species of plant in the family Malvaceae
Wikipedia - Manananggal -- Vampire-like Creature from Philippine Folklore
Wikipedia - Mandatory Palestine -- A geopolitical entity formed from territory ceded by Turkey following WW1
Wikipedia - Mandolin Orange -- American folk duo
Wikipedia - Mangifera parvifolia -- species of plant in the family Anacardiaceae
Wikipedia - Manhan folk song -- Popular in Zhunger Banner (Ordos), Mongolia
Wikipedia - Manifold (disambiguation)
Wikipedia - Manifolded twin set -- Two back-mounted cylinders interconnected by a manifold
Wikipedia - Manifold (fluid mechanics) -- Structure that splits or combines fluid flow into channels
Wikipedia - Manifold learning
Wikipedia - Manifold: Space
Wikipedia - Manifolds
Wikipedia - Manifold Way -- Bridlepath in the English Peak District
Wikipedia - Manifold -- Topological space that locally resembles Euclidean space
Wikipedia - Manifold with boundary
Wikipedia - Manila folder
Wikipedia - Mannegishi -- Tricksters from Cree folklore
Wikipedia - Man of Constant Sorrow -- Traditional American folk song first published by Dick Burnett
Wikipedia - Manpreet Akhtar -- Punjabi folk singer
Wikipedia - Maoqiang -- Local folk opera style from the Jiaozhou area of Shandong Peninsula in Eastern China
Wikipedia - Map folding
Wikipedia - Maps of manifolds
Wikipedia - Marble -- Non-foliated, metamorphic rock, commonly used for sculpture and as a building material
Wikipedia - Marc Cohn -- American folk rock singer-songwriter and musician
Wikipedia - Marce LaCouture -- American folk musician
Wikipedia - Marco Follini -- Italian politician and journalist
Wikipedia - Mare (folklore)
Wikipedia - Margaret Mills (folklorist) -- American folklorist
Wikipedia - Margrethe Christiansen -- Danish folk high school teacher
Wikipedia - Mariachi -- Folk music from Mexico
Wikipedia - Maria Ciobanu -- Romanian folk singer
Wikipedia - Maria Foldvari-BoM-CM-)r -- Hungarian speed skater
Wikipedia - Maria Howard, Duchess of Norfolk -- English Catholic noblewoman
Wikipedia - Mariana Thompson Folsom -- American minister and activist
Wikipedia - Marianismo -- Aspect of the female gender role in the machismo of Hispanic American folk culture
Wikipedia - Mari Kvien Brunvoll -- Norwegian folk and jazz singer
Wikipedia - Mari Lwyd -- South Wales folk custom
Wikipedia - Mariposa Folk Festival -- Folk music festival
Wikipedia - Mark Foley (Limerick hurler) -- Irish sportsperson
Wikipedia - Mark Folkard -- Australian politician
Wikipedia - Mark Followill -- American sports announcer
Wikipedia - Markhamia obtusifolia -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Marko Bulat (singer) -- Serbian pop-folk singer and musician
Wikipedia - Marlbrough s'en va-t-en guerre -- French folk song
Wikipedia - Marocchinate -- Mass rape and killings committed following the Battle of Monte Cassino
Wikipedia - Marquis of Sui's pearl -- Chinese folktale
Wikipedia - Marshall Plan -- American initiative for foreign aid to Western Europe following World War II
Wikipedia - Marsilea quadrifolia -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Martham railway station -- Former railway station in Norfolk, England
Wikipedia - Martha Nelson Thomas -- American folk artist
Wikipedia - Martin Foley (politician) -- Australian politician
Wikipedia - Mary Bergin -- Irish folk musician
Wikipedia - Mary Black -- Irish folk singer
Wikipedia - Mary Duff -- Irish country, pop and folk singer
Wikipedia - Mary Jo Foley
Wikipedia - Mary Magdalene -- Follower of Jesus
Wikipedia - Mary Parker Follett
Wikipedia - Mary Penfold -- British winemaker
Wikipedia - Mashooq Sultan -- Pakistani folk singer
Wikipedia - Maslenitsa -- Slavic folk and Christian holiday
Wikipedia - Massachusetts House of Representatives' 19th Suffolk district -- State electoral district in Massachusetts, US
Wikipedia - Massingham railway station -- Former railway station in Norfolk, England
Wikipedia - Mathematical folklore
Wikipedia - Mathematical proof -- Rigorous demonstration that a mathematical statement follows from its premises
Wikipedia - Mathematics of paper folding -- Overview about the mathematics of paper folding
Wikipedia - Matthew Byrne (musician) -- Canadian folk singer and guitarist
Wikipedia - Matthew Folan -- Irish judoka
Wikipedia - Matthiola crassifolia -- species of plant in the family Brassicaceae
Wikipedia - Matti ja Teppo -- Finnish folk duo
Wikipedia - Maurice B. Foley -- American judge
Wikipedia - Max Hunter -- American folk song collector
Wikipedia - Maximon -- Mayan folk god
Wikipedia - Maxine Feldman -- American folk musician and singer-songwriter
Wikipedia - Mbeku -- Animal character from African folklore
Wikipedia - McKendree Spring -- American progressive folk-rock band
Wikipedia - M-CM-^Asmegin -- Norwegian folk/viking metal band
Wikipedia - M-CM-^Mmar (band) -- Folk band from the British Isles
Wikipedia - M-CM-^Vdon Foldessy -- Hungarian athlete
Wikipedia - M-CM-^Xstfoldbadet -- Water park located in Askim, Norway
Wikipedia - M-CM-^Xstfold -- Former county (fylke) of Norway
Wikipedia - Meconopsis betonicifolia -- Species of flowering plant in the poppy family Papaveraceae
Wikipedia - Meconopsis lancifolia -- Species of flowering plant in the poppy family Papaveraceae
Wikipedia - Meconopsis simplicifolia -- Species of flowering plant in the poppy family Papaveraceae
Wikipedia - Medial intermuscular septum of thigh -- A fold of deep fascia in the thigh.
Wikipedia - Medieval folk rock -- Musical genre
Wikipedia - Medieval metal -- Subgenre of folk metal music
Wikipedia - Megachile foliata -- Species of leafcutter bee (Megachile)
Wikipedia - Megachile rufolobata -- Species of leafcutter bee (Megachile)
Wikipedia - Megan Follows -- Canadian actress
Wikipedia - Meg Christian -- American folk musician
Wikipedia - Melaleuca brevifolia -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Melhania angustifolia -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Melicope latifolia -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Meliosma linearifolia -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - MeloMance -- Indie folk group from South Korea
Wikipedia - Melton Constable railway station -- Former railway station in Norfolk, England
Wikipedia - Menil Velioski -- Macedonian folk singer
Wikipedia - Mento -- Style of Jamaican folk music
Wikipedia - Mephistopheles -- Demon in German folklore
Wikipedia - Meredith Axelrod -- American folk, jazz and blues singer
Wikipedia - Merimeri Penfold -- New Zealand Maori educator
Wikipedia - Merle Watson -- North Carolina bluegrass and folk musician
Wikipedia - Merton Hall, Norfolk -- Country house in Merton, England
Wikipedia - Mesembryanthemum cordifolium -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Mesentery -- Contiguous fold of tissues that supports the intestines
Wikipedia - Messianic Secret -- Motif primarily in the Gospel of Mark that portrays Jesus as commanding his followers to keep his Messianic mission secret
Wikipedia - Metriochroa latifoliella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Mexican Cession -- Land the US acquired following the Mexican-American War
Wikipedia - M-HM-^Xtefan Hrusca -- Romanian folk singer
Wikipedia - Miao folk religion -- Ethnic religion of Miao peoples
Wikipedia - Michael Ashfold
Wikipedia - Michael Cooney -- American folk and blues musician
Wikipedia - Michael de la Pole, 1st Earl of Suffolk
Wikipedia - Michael Folk -- American politician from West Virginia
Wikipedia - Michael G. Bellotti -- Member of Massachusetts House of Representatives, Norfolk County Sheriff
Wikipedia - Michael Johnathon -- American folk musician and writer
Wikipedia - Michael Row the Boat Ashore -- Folk song
Wikipedia - Michel Folco -- French writer and photographer
Wikipedia - Michiel de Ruyter -- Dutch naval commander and folk hero
Wikipedia - Mickey's Follies -- 1929 Mickey Mouse cartoon
Wikipedia - Mick Foley -- American professional wrestler, color commentator, actor, and author
Wikipedia - Miconia demissifolia -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Miconia salicifolia -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Micropholis garciniifolia -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Middle Drove railway station -- Former railway station in Norfolk, England
Wikipedia - Midnight Special (song) -- 1923 traditional American folk song
Wikipedia - Mike Foley (Nebraska politician) -- 41st Lieutenant Governor of Nebraska
Wikipedia - Milagro (votive) -- Religious folk charms that are traditionally used for healing purposes
Wikipedia - Milky Chance -- German folk group
Wikipedia - Mill Dam Bridge -- Bridge in Suffolk County, New York
Wikipedia - Mimetes fimbriifolius -- Species of plant in the family Proteacea endemic to the Table Mountain range in South Africa
Wikipedia - Mimi (folklore)
Wikipedia - Mimosa pudica -- Species of plant whose leaves fold inward and droop when touched or shaken
Wikipedia - Miorita -- Old Romanian pastoral ballad; important piece of Romanian folklore
Wikipedia - Miracle on the Han River -- Period of rapid economic growth in South Korea, following the Korean War (1950-1953)
Wikipedia - Miri Aloni -- Israeli folk-singer
Wikipedia - Mirror symmetry (string theory) -- In physics and geometry: conjectured relation between pairs of Calabi-Yau manifolds
Wikipedia - Missouri Folklore Society -- Historical society for Missouri folklore
Wikipedia - Mitchell's Fold -- Bronze Age stone circle in South-West Shropshire
Wikipedia - Mitrabhanu Gountia -- Folk song composer
Wikipedia - Miura fold -- Origami folding pattern
Wikipedia - Miura map fold
Wikipedia - Miya Folick -- American singer-songwriter
Wikipedia - MM-CM-$go de Oz -- Spanish folk metal band
Wikipedia - Modern portfolio theory
Wikipedia - Mohamed Rouicha -- Moroccan Amazigh Singer / Folk
Wikipedia - Moist desquamation -- Moist shedding of the skin following radiation exposure
Wikipedia - Moj golube -- Folk song from former Yugoslavia
Wikipedia - Moji Afolayan -- Nigerian film actor
Wikipedia - Mokhi and Matara -- Sindhi folklore story
Wikipedia - Mo Li Hua -- Chinese folk song
Wikipedia - Molly of the Follies -- 1919 film directed by Edward Sloman
Wikipedia - Moloney, O'Connell & Keane -- Irish folk trio
Wikipedia - Moneygami -- Folding paper money into figures
Wikipedia - Mongolian folk religion
Wikipedia - Monodora tenuifolia -- species of plant in the family Annonaceae
Wikipedia - Mononoke -- Spirits in Japanese classical literature and folk religion
Wikipedia - Monsters of Folk (album) -- 2009 album by Monsters of Folk
Wikipedia - Montane foliage-gleaner -- Species of bird found in South America
Wikipedia - Mont Follick -- British politician and linguist
Wikipedia - Moonlight Follies -- 1921 film
Wikipedia - Moon rabbit -- Mythical creature in Asian folklore who lives on the Moon
Wikipedia - Morat (band) -- Colombian folk-pop Band
Wikipedia - Morayo Afolabi-Brown -- Nigerian TV host
Wikipedia - Moreton Bay (song) -- Australian folk song of the 19th century
Wikipedia - Morina -- genus of flowering plants in the honeysuckle family Caprifoliaceae
Wikipedia - Morinda citrifolia -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Moringa ovalifolia -- species of plant in the family Moringaceae
Wikipedia - Moroi -- |A type of vampire or ghost in Romanian folklore
Wikipedia - Morphology (folkloristics)
Wikipedia - Morris dance -- English performance folk dance
Wikipedia - Morse theory -- Analyzes the topology of a manifold by studying differentiable functions on that manifold
Wikipedia - Mortimer Folchart -- Fictional character in the Inkheart trilogy by Cornelia Funke
Wikipedia - Mos Gerila -- Romanian Christmas folkloric character
Wikipedia - Motif-Index of Folk-Literature -- Six volume catalogue of folklore motifs used by folklorists, composed by Stith Thompson
Wikipedia - Motorola Razr (2020) -- 2019 Android-based foldable smartphone produced by Motorola Mobility
Wikipedia - Motorola Razr (5G) -- 2020 Android-based foldable smartphone produced by Motorola Mobility
Wikipedia - Mountain Dance and Folk Festival -- Annual American folk festival
Wikipedia - Mount Eerie -- American indie rock/folk band
Wikipedia - Moya Brennan -- Irish folk singer, songwriter, harpist, and philanthropist
Wikipedia - Mr. Hitler -- American folk song
Wikipedia - M. Shahinoor Rahman -- Bangladeshi writer, academic, folklorist, media personality, researcher
Wikipedia - Muckram Wakes -- Folk band from north east Midlands
Wikipedia - Mugham -- Folk musical composition from Azerbaijan
Wikipedia - Mugwump (folklore) -- Canadian lake monster
Wikipedia - Muhlenbergia asperifolia -- Species of grass
Wikipedia - Mummers' play -- Seasonal folk play
Wikipedia - Munir Sarhadi -- Pakistani folk musician and sarangi player
Wikipedia - Muscarella segregatifolia -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Museum folklore -- Domain of scholarship and professional practice within the field of folklore studies
Wikipedia - Music for Dead Birds -- Irish anti-folk band
Wikipedia - Muslim Rajputs -- descendants of Rajputs who are followers of Islam
Wikipedia - My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic fandom -- fan following surrounding the My Little Pony animated series
Wikipedia - Myoporum parvifolium -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Myrciaria vismeifolia -- Tree in the family Myrtaceae
Wikipedia - Myriophyllum variifolium -- species of flowering plant in the family Haloragaceae
Wikipedia - Myrkur -- Dark folk / black metal musical project of Danish musician Amalie Bruun
Wikipedia - Myrothamnus flabellifolius -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Nadezhda Babkina -- Soviet and Russian folk and pop singer
Wikipedia - Nagual -- Shapeshifting sorcerer in Mesoamerican folk religion
Wikipedia - Nahutec -- Salvadoran folk-pop band
Wikipedia - Nancy Ames -- American folk singer and songwriter
Wikipedia - Nancy Folbre -- American feminist economist
Wikipedia - Nancy Luce -- American poet and folk artist
Wikipedia - Nane Sarma -- Mythical character in Iranian folklore
Wikipedia - Nanjaiah Honganuru -- Indian folklorist, writer
Wikipedia - Nanjiyamma -- Indian folksinger
Wikipedia - Nanna Kristensen-Randers -- Danish lawyer and folk high school proponent
Wikipedia - Naomi Folkard -- British archer
Wikipedia - Napkin folding problem
Wikipedia - Nardostachys -- Genus of flowering plants in the honeysuckle family Caprifoliaceae
Wikipedia - Natalia Contesse -- Chilean folk musician and historian
Wikipedia - Natalya Tikhonovna Osadcha-Yanata -- Ukrainian botanist and folklorist (1891-1982)
Wikipedia - Nathanael (follower of Jesus)
Wikipedia - National Heritage Fellowship -- American folk arts award
Wikipedia - National Mortality Followback Survey -- National epidemiological survey in the United States
Wikipedia - National nature reserves in Norfolk -- Nature reserves
Wikipedia - National Register of Historic Places listings in Suffolk County, New York -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - Nat Love -- African-American cowboy following the American Civil War
Wikipedia - Natta Company -- Bengali folk theatre troupe
Wikipedia - Nautanki -- Folk art
Wikipedia - Naval Station Norfolk
Wikipedia - Navigational database -- Database in which records or objects are found by following references from other objects
Wikipedia - Nav (Slavic folklore) -- Concept in Slavic folklore
Wikipedia - Neck (water spirit) -- Figures in Germanic mythology and folklore
Wikipedia - Needham Market railway station -- Railway station in Suffolk, England
Wikipedia - Neil Foley -- American historian
Wikipedia - Nellie Ashford -- American visual and folk artist
Wikipedia - Nelly's Folly -- 1961 cartoon short directed by Chuck Jones
Wikipedia - Nels Andrews -- American folk singer
Wikipedia - Neofolk -- Music genre
Wikipedia - Neolasioptera impatientifolia -- Species of fly
Wikipedia - Neolasioptera perfoliata -- Species of fly
Wikipedia - Nepenthes longifolia -- Species of pitcher plant from Sumatra
Wikipedia - Nepenthes rigidifolia -- Species of pitcher plant from Sumatra
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Wikipedia - Neural fold
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Wikipedia - New England Folk Festival -- Annual traditional dance and music festival
Wikipedia - Newmarket (Suffolk) railway station -- Station in Suffolk, England
Wikipedia - Newmarket, Suffolk -- Market town in Suffolk, England
Wikipedia - New Movietone Follies of 1930 -- 1930 film
Wikipedia - Newtown Halt railway station -- Former railway station in Norfolk, England
Wikipedia - New towns in the United Kingdom -- Proposed towns in the UK following WWII
Wikipedia - Nezha -- Protection deity in Chinese folk religion
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Wikipedia - Ningen (folklore) -- Mythical creature
Wikipedia - Nisse (folklore) -- Nordic mythological creature
Wikipedia - Nitrification -- biological oxidation of ammonia or ammonium to nitrite followed by the oxidation of the nitrite to nitrate
Wikipedia - Nixon Airport -- Domestic airport in Norfolk County, Ontario
Wikipedia - Nixon, Ontario -- Community of Norfolk County, Ontario, Canada
Wikipedia - Nizlopi -- British folk and alternative duo
Wikipedia - Noble Eightfold Path -- An early summary of the path of Buddhist practices leading to liberation from samsara
Wikipedia - Nocnitsa -- Nightmare folklore spirit
Wikipedia - Nonconformist (Protestantism) -- Protestant Christians in Wales and England who did not follow the Church of England
Wikipedia - Non-Hausdorff manifold
Wikipedia - Non-Newtonian fluid -- Fluid that does not follow Newton's Law of Viscosity
Wikipedia - Nordic Folkboat -- Sailboat class
Wikipedia - Nordic folk music
Wikipedia - Nordstromia siccifolia -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Norfolk and Norwich Festival -- Arts festival held annually in Norwich, England
Wikipedia - Norfolk and Western 1218 -- Preserved N&W class A locomotive
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Wikipedia - Norfolk and Western Railway -- US freight railroad
Wikipedia - Norfolk Board of Education -- Defunct school board in Southern Ontario, Canada
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Wikipedia - Norfolk County Fair and Horse Show -- Annual agricultural fair in Norfolk County, Ontario, Canada
Wikipedia - Norfolk damselfly -- Species of insect
Wikipedia - Norfolk dialect
Wikipedia - Norfolk General Hospital -- General hospital in Norfolk County, Ontario, Canada
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Wikipedia - Norfolk Hiroba Station -- Railway station located in Kitakyushu, Fukuoka
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Wikipedia - Norfolk Island -- Island in the Pacific Ocean
Wikipedia - Norfolk Marine Park -- Australian marine park offshore of Norfolk Island
Wikipedia - Norfolk Open Link -- Wireless service in Norwich, England
Wikipedia - Norfolk Orbital Railway -- Proposed rail project in Norfolk, England
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Wikipedia - Norfolk Record Office -- Archive and county record office for Norfolk
Wikipedia - Norfolk Record Society -- Text publication society in Norwich, England
Wikipedia - Norfolk Ridge -- A submarine ridge between New Caledonia and New Zealand
Wikipedia - Norfolk robin -- Species of songbird native to Norfolk Island
Wikipedia - Norfolk Scope -- Multi-function arena in Norfolk, Virginia, United States
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Wikipedia - Norfolk State University -- Public historically black university in Norfolk, Virginia, U.S.
Wikipedia - Norfolk Tower -- 11-storey tower in Norwich, England
Wikipedia - Norfolk, Virginia Beach and Southern Railroad -- 19th-century Virginian railway
Wikipedia - Norfolk, Virginia, Bicentennial half dollar -- Commemorative coin
Wikipedia - Norfolk -- County of England
Wikipedia - Norfolk Yeomanry -- British Territorial Volunteer Yeomanry regiment
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Wikipedia - North Norfolk Coast Site of Special Scientific Interest -- Area of European importance for wildlife in Norfolk, England
Wikipedia - North Walsham & Dilham Canal -- waterway in the English county of Norfolk
Wikipedia - North Walsham railway station -- Railway station in Norfolk, England
Wikipedia - North Walsham R.F.C. -- Rugby union club in Norfolk, England
Wikipedia - North Walsham Town railway station -- Former railway station in Norfolk, England
Wikipedia - North Walsham -- Town and civil parish in Norfolk, England
Wikipedia - Norton, Suffolk
Wikipedia - Norwich Airport -- International airport in Norwich, Norfolk, England
Wikipedia - Norwich Buddhist Centre -- Buddhist centre in Norwich, Norfolk, England
Wikipedia - Norwich Bus Station -- Bus station in Norwich, Norfolk, England
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Wikipedia - Norwich CEYMS F.C. -- English foot ball club based in Swardeston, Norfolk
Wikipedia - Norwich Playhouse -- Theatre in Norwich, Norfolk, England
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Wikipedia - Notelaea longifolia -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Nowton -- Village in Suffolk, England
Wikipedia - NR postcode area -- Postcode area for Norfolk, England
Wikipedia - Ntournerakia -- Cretan folk dance from Rethymno, Greece
Wikipedia - Nuclear fallout -- Residual radioactive material following a nuclear blast
Wikipedia - Nuit de folie -- DM-CM-)but de SoirM-CM-)e song
Wikipedia - Nuo folk religion
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Wikipedia - Octocorallia -- A subclass of Anthozoa with 8-fold symmetry
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Wikipedia - Ogre -- Legendary monster featuring in mythology, folklore, and fiction
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Wikipedia - Oh Shenandoah -- American folk song
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Wikipedia - Old Dominion University -- Public, co-educational research university in Norfolk, Virginia, U.S.
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Wikipedia - Olearia teretifolia -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Ollie Gilbert -- American folk musician
Wikipedia - Oltului -- Type of Romanian folk song, or Doina, sung near the area of the River Olt
Wikipedia - Olusoga Sofola
Wikipedia - One Morning in May (folk song) -- Folk song from England
Wikipedia - One Thousand and One Nights -- Collection of Middle Eastern folk stories
Wikipedia - On Ilkla Moor Baht 'at -- Folk song from Yorkshire, England
Wikipedia - Oni -- Kind of yM-EM-^Mkai from Japanese folklore, variously translated as demons, devils, ogres or trolls
Wikipedia - Onobrychis viciifolia -- Species of flowering plant in the bean family Fabaceae
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Wikipedia - On the Trail: Inside the 2020 Primaries -- 2020 documentary following female journalists during the 2020 primaries
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Wikipedia - Oranges and Lemons -- Folk song
Wikipedia - Orbifold notation
Wikipedia - Orbifold
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Wikipedia - Orientable manifold
Wikipedia - Oriental folk dances -- Traditional folk and traditional dances of the Arab World
Wikipedia - Origami -- Traditional Japanese art of paper folding
Wikipedia - Origanum rotundifolium -- species of plant in the family Lamiaceae
Wikipedia - Origenist Crises -- Two major theological controversies in early Christianity involving the teachings of followers of the third-century theologian Origen of Alexandria
Wikipedia - Orites lancifolius -- Species of shrub in the family Proteaceae endemic to south-eastern Australia
Wikipedia - Orthodox Church of Greece (Holy Synod in Resistance) -- Traditionalist Greek Orthodox jurisdiction following the (Julian or Old) church calendar
Wikipedia - Orwell Bridge -- Bridge in Suffolk, England
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Wikipedia - Otto Folin
Wikipedia - Otto Lauffer -- German cultural historian and folklorist
Wikipedia - Our Gang Follies of 1936 -- 1935 film
Wikipedia - Overstrand Hall -- Country house in Norfolk, England
Wikipedia - Oxalis tenuifolia -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Oxylobium cordifolium -- Species of flowering plant in the family Fabaceae
Wikipedia - Oysterband -- British folk rock band
Wikipedia - Ozark Folk Center -- Living history state park in Mountain View, Arkansas
Wikipedia - Paddy Reilly -- Irish folk singer
Wikipedia - Paeonia tenuifolia -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Pagtingin -- 2019 song by Filipino folk-pop band Ben&Ben
Wikipedia - Pakistani folklore
Wikipedia - Palaeoptera -- Taxonomic grouping of winged insects without a certain form of wing-folding
Wikipedia - Palicourea latifolia -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Palm Foleo
Wikipedia - Pamulinawen (folk song) -- Filipino folk song
Wikipedia - Panax trifolius -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Pandanus amaryllidifolius -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Pandanus amaryllifolius -- Tropical plant in the screwpine genus
Wikipedia - Pandanus tenuifolius -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Papiloa Foliaki -- Tongan former politician
Wikipedia - Paradise by the Dashboard Light -- Single by Meat Loaf and Ellen Foley
Wikipedia - Paranomus abrotanifolius -- Species of plant from the Western Cape province of South Africa
Wikipedia - Parham Airfield Museum -- Museum in Framlingham, Suffolk, England
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Wikipedia - Parochial Memories of 1758 -- Enquiry sent to every parish in Portugal following the 1755 Lisbon earthquake
Wikipedia - Pashupati Sharma -- Nepalese folk singer
Wikipedia - Passiflora vitifolia -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Pastoral (theatre of Soule) -- Folk theatre genreM-BM- from the Basque Country
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Wikipedia - Pat Foley -- TV hockey announcer for the Chicago Blackhawks
Wikipedia - Patrick Follmann -- German sailor
Wikipedia - Patrinia -- Genus of flowering plants in the honeysuckle family Caprifoliaceae
Wikipedia - Pat the Bunny (musician) -- Folk punk musician
Wikipedia - Paul Bunyan -- giant lumberjack in American folklore
Wikipedia - Paul Foley (cricketer) -- English cricketer, cricket administrator, barrister
Wikipedia - Paul Foley (golfer) -- Australian professional golfer
Wikipedia - Paul Foley (ironmaster)
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Wikipedia - Paulinus (follower of Plotinus)
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Wikipedia - Peatfold Burn -- Burn in Aberdeenshire, Scotland
Wikipedia - Peder Folke -- Swedish male curler and coach
Wikipedia - Pemphigus foliaceus -- Autoimmune blistering disease
Wikipedia - Penfold Point -- Headland in the South Shetland Islands
Wikipedia - Pentangle (band) -- British folk rock band
Wikipedia - Peperomia rotundifolia -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Peplos -- Long draped garment worn by women of Ancient Greece; often open on one side, with a deep fold at the top, and fastened on both shoulders
Wikipedia - Percy Folio -- Folio book of English ballads
Wikipedia - Percy Manning -- Antiquary and folklorist
Wikipedia - Permanent Portfolio Family of Funds -- American investment company
Wikipedia - Persicaria arifolia -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Persicaria lapathifolia -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Persicaria perfoliata -- Species of flowering plant in the knotweed family Polygonaceae
Wikipedia - Peter Manifold -- English pastoralist and politician
Wikipedia - Peter, Paul and Mary -- American folk music group popular in the 1960s
Wikipedia - Pete Seeger -- American folk singer and social activist
Wikipedia - Petrophile brevifolia -- Species of shrub endemic to Western Australia
Wikipedia - Petrophile diversifolia -- Species of shrub endemic to Western Australia
Wikipedia - Petrophile ericifolia -- Species of shrub endemic to Western Australia
Wikipedia - Petrophile filifolia -- Species of shrub endemic to Western Australia
Wikipedia - Petrophile juncifolia -- Species of shrub endemic to Western Australia
Wikipedia - Petrophile longifolia -- Species of shrub native to the south west of Western Australia
Wikipedia - Petrophile teretifolia -- Species of shrub endemic to Western Australia
Wikipedia - Phacelia calthifolia -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Phacelia malvifolia -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Phacelia rotundifolia -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Phacelia tanacetifolia -- Species of herbaceous plant
Wikipedia - Phaseolus acutifolius -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Philip La Follette -- 20th century American lawyer and politician, 27th Governor of Wisconsin
Wikipedia - Philippe Di Folco -- French author and teacher
Wikipedia - Phillyrea latifolia -- Species of tree
Wikipedia - Philotheca angustifolia -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Philotheca brevifolia -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Philotheca ericifolia -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Philotheca obovatifolia -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Phi Tai Hong -- A ghost of Thai folklore
Wikipedia - PhM-aM-:M-!m ThM-aM-;M-^K HuM-aM-;M-^G -- Vietnamese folk musician
Wikipedia - Phonehenge West -- Former folk art structure in Acton, California, USA
Wikipedia - Phone Swap -- Film dir. by Kunle Afolayan ; starring Joke Silva ... [et al.]
Wikipedia - Phthirusa pyrifolia -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Phulkari -- Folk embroidery of the Punjab
Wikipedia - Phyllis of the Follies -- 1928 film
Wikipedia - Phyllodesma tremulifolium -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Phyllonorycter acerifoliella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Phyllonorycter cistifoliella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Phyllonorycter corylifoliella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Phyllonorycter ilicifoliella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Phyllonorycter obtusifoliella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Phyllonorycter parvifoliella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Phyllonorycter populifoliella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Phyllonorycter pyrifoliella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Phyllonorycter quercifoliella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Phyllonorycter suberifoliella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Phyllonorycter trifoliella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Phyllonorycter ulmifoliella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Physcia caesia -- Blue-gray foliose lichen found throughout much of the world
Wikipedia - Pick a Bale of Cotton -- American folk song
Wikipedia - Piecewise linear manifold
Wikipedia - Pierre Foldes -- French surgeon
Wikipedia - Pimelea linifolia -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Pinky Maidasani -- Indian folk rapper and playback singer
Wikipedia - Pitcairnia membranifolia -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Pittsburgh Line -- Norfolk Southern rail line
Wikipedia - Pizzica -- Italian tarantella folk dance
Wikipedia - Planetary objects proposed in religion, astrology, ufology and pseudoscience -- Non-scientific hypothetical planetary objects
Wikipedia - Planxty -- Irish folk music band
Wikipedia - Plastic Jesus (song) -- American folk song
Wikipedia - Platelet transfusion refractoriness -- Platelet reduction following transfusion
Wikipedia - Plectritis ciliosa -- Species of flowering plant in the honeysuckle family Caprifoliaceae
Wikipedia - Plectritis congesta -- Species of flowering plant in the honeysuckle family Caprifoliaceae
Wikipedia - Plectritis macrocera -- Species of flowering plant in the honeysuckle family Caprifoliaceae
Wikipedia - Plectritis -- Genus of flowering plants in the honeysuckle family Caprifoliaceae
Wikipedia - Plena Libre -- Puerto Rican folk music group
Wikipedia - Pleurothallis cultellifolis -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Pleurothallis cuneifolia -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Plinia grandifolia -- Tree in the family Myrtaceae
Wikipedia - Pocong -- Indonesian/Malaysian ghost from folklore
Wikipedia - Podocarpus acutifolius -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Podotheca angustifolia -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - PoincarM-CM-)-Hopf theorem -- Counts 0s of a vector field on a differentiable manifold using its Euler characteristic
Wikipedia - Policewoman Centerfold -- 1983 television film directed by Reza Badiyi
Wikipedia - Polish folk beliefs
Wikipedia - Polish folk dances
Wikipedia - Pollera -- Long, full skirt of Spanish origin, worn throughout Latin America as part of folk dress
Wikipedia - Polly of the Follies -- 1922 film by John Emerson
Wikipedia - Polystepha quercifolia -- Species of fly
Wikipedia - Poor Folk
Wikipedia - Poothamkali -- A folk art form in state of Kerala
Wikipedia - Pop Goes the Weasel -- Folk song
Wikipedia - Pop Maynard -- Sussex folk singer
Wikipedia - Port Dover -- Community of Norfolk County, Ontario, Canada
Wikipedia - Portfolio.com -- American business website
Wikipedia - Portfolio.hu -- Hungarian online financial newspaper
Wikipedia - Portfolio insurance -- Investment strategy
Wikipedia - Portfolio investment -- Investments in the form of a group of assets
Wikipedia - Portfolio school -- Higher-level learning institution providing education for art and creative advertising
Wikipedia - Port of Felixstowe Police -- Specialised container port police in Suffolk, England
Wikipedia - Port of Ipswich -- Major port in Suffolk, England
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Wikipedia - Post-Ebola virus syndrome -- Sequelae following recovery from Ebola virus disease
Wikipedia - Postmodern music -- Music of the postmodern era, or that follows aesthetical and philosophical trends of postmodernism
Wikipedia - Postpartum bleeding -- Loss of blood following childbirth
Wikipedia - Post-war -- Interval immediately following the end of a war
Wikipedia - Post-World War II economic expansion -- Long period of worldwide economic growth following World War II
Wikipedia - Potamogeton acutifolius -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Potter Heigham Bridge Halt railway station -- Former railway station in Norfolk, England
Wikipedia - Potter Heigham railway station -- Former railway station in Norfolk, England
Wikipedia - Pouteria areolatifolia -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Pow-wow (folk magic) -- System of American folk religion and magic associated with the Pennsylvania Dutch
Wikipedia - Preadolescence -- Stage of human development following early childhood and preceding adolescence
Wikipedia - Preimage theorem -- On the preimage of points in a manifold under the action of a smooth map
Wikipedia - Pretty Saro -- English folk ballad
Wikipedia - Price return -- Rate of return on an investment portfolio
Wikipedia - Prince Philip Movement -- Religious sect followed by Kastom people in Vanuatu
Wikipedia - Principle -- Rule that has to be followed or is an inevitable consequence of something, such as the laws observed in nature
Wikipedia - Prion -- Pathogenic type of misfolded protein
Wikipedia - Progressive British Muslims -- Group of Liberal British Muslims that formed following the London terrorist attacks of 7 July 2005
Wikipedia - Projectile motion -- Motion of an object given an initial velocity which then follows a path determined entirely by gravity
Wikipedia - Project portfolio management
Wikipedia - Pronoun (musician) -- American folk musician
Wikipedia - Propofol -- Intravenous medication used in anaesthesia
Wikipedia - Prostanthera rotundifolia -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Protea laurifolia -- Species of flowering plant in the family Proteaceae
Wikipedia - Protea longifolia -- Species of flowering plant in the family Proteaceae
Wikipedia - Protea neriifolia -- Species of flowering plant in the family Proteaceae
Wikipedia - Protea obtusifolia -- Species of flowering plant in the family Proteaceae
Wikipedia - Protea restionifolia -- Species of flowering shrub
Wikipedia - Protea scolopendriifolia -- Species of flowering plant in the family Proteaceae
Wikipedia - Protein folding -- Change of a linear protein chain to a 3D structure
Wikipedia - Protein misfolding
Wikipedia - Protein quaternary structure -- Number and arrangement of multiple folded protein subunits in a multi-subunit complex
Wikipedia - Prunus amplifolia -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Prunus elaeagrifolia -- A species of wild almond from Iran
Wikipedia - Pseudoisotopy theorem -- On the connectivity of a group of diffeomorphisms of a manifold
Wikipedia - Pseudo-Riemannian manifold
Wikipedia - Psychedelic folk
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Wikipedia - Pterocephalus -- Genus of flowering plants in the honeysuckle family Caprifoliaceae
Wikipedia - Pterospermum acerifolium -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Pubarche -- The debut of pubic hair following the onset of puberty
Wikipedia - Puck (folklore) -- Fairy from English folklore; Robin Goodfellow
Wikipedia - Pulicaria diversifolia -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Pungmul -- Korean folk music tradition
Wikipedia - Punjabi folklore
Wikipedia - Punjabi folk music
Wikipedia - Pure manifold
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Wikipedia - Qiang folk religion
Wikipedia - Quartzite -- Hard, non-foliated metamorphic rock which was originally pure quartz sandstone
Wikipedia - Queen of Elphame -- Female folkloric being
Wikipedia - Queer as Folk (British TV series) -- British television series
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Wikipedia - Race-based traumatic stress -- Traumatic response to stress following a racial encounter
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Wikipedia - RAF Lakenheath nuclear near-disasters -- Accidental damage to nuclear weapons, RAF Lakenheath, Suffolk, United Kingdom
Wikipedia - RAF Lakenheath -- Royal Air Force station near Eriswell, Suffolk, United Kingdom
Wikipedia - RAF Mildenhall -- Royal Air Force station near Mildenhall, Suffolk, United Kingdom
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Wikipedia - Rags Parkland Sings the Songs of the Future -- Science fiction concert folk musical
Wikipedia - Raibenshe -- Bengali folk dance
Wikipedia - Rajula and Malushahi -- Medieval folk tale
Wikipedia - Ramdew Chaitoe -- Bhojpuri folk singer
Wikipedia - Ramlila -- Folk re-enactment of the life of Hindu deity Rama
Wikipedia - Ranson's Folly (1926 film) -- 1926 film
Wikipedia - Ranunculus dissectifolius -- Species of plant
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Wikipedia - RAS syndrome -- Using an acronym followed by one of the words composing that acronym
Wikipedia - Raymond Isaac Follo -- Congolese politician
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Wikipedia - Real projective plane -- A compact non-orientable two-dimensional manifold
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Wikipedia - Red Barn Murder -- Notorious murder committed in Polstead, Suffolk, England in 1827
Wikipedia - Redcap -- Goblin found in folklore
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Wikipedia - Regional Ocean Modeling System -- A free-surface, terrain-following, primitive equations ocean model
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Wikipedia - Regular paperfolding sequence
Wikipedia - Relative canonical model -- Complex manifolds in mathematics
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Wikipedia - Renate BrockpM-CM-$hler -- German folklorist
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Wikipedia - Reperfusion injury -- Tissue damage after return of blood supply following ischemia or hypoxia
Wikipedia - Reptilian humanoid -- Beings in mythology, folklore and fiction
Wikipedia - Reverse Polish notation -- Mathematical notation in which every operator follows all of its operands
Wikipedia - Revista da Folha -- Brazllian weekly magazine
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Wikipedia - Rhamnus alnifolia -- Species of flowering plant in the family Rhamnaceae
Wikipedia - Rhaponticum heleniifolium -- Species of flowering plants in the daisy family Asteraceae
Wikipedia - Rhenohercynian Zone -- A fold belt of west and central Europe, formed during the Hercynian orogeny
Wikipedia - Rhinanthus angustifolius -- Species of flowering plants in the broomrape family
Wikipedia - Rhopalocarpus alternifolius -- Species of plant
Wikipedia - Richard Foltz -- Canadian scholar of American origin
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Wikipedia - Riemannian manifold
Wikipedia - Riemann-Roch theorem for smooth manifolds -- Version without requiring the smooth manifolds involved to carry a complex structure
Wikipedia - Riley Shepard -- American country musician, songwriter, and folk music archivist
Wikipedia - Ring a Ring o' Roses -- Folk song
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Animaniacs (1993 - 1998) - Brought to you by the creators of Tiny Toon Adventures, and under the creative eye of Steven Spielberg, Animaniacs is a variety show following several casts of original characters. It stars the Warner Brothers (and sister) Yakko, Wakko,and Dot, causing chaos for everyone they meet. Originally airing...
Sailor Moon (1992 - 1997) - It Follows Each Of The Sailor Senshi's Lives Until They Are In High School And That They Fought The Greatest Battles That They Ever Had From Evil Forces Invading Earth From Stealing Energy, Snatching Hearts And Stealing Dreams, Together They Will Bring Peace On Earth And Save The Universe As A Team.
Freakazoid! (1995 - 1997) - Dexter Douglas recives the Pinnacle chip as a gift. While away from his computer after installing the chip, his cat walks across his keyboard, entering in a code that if followed by hitting the delete key will suck in and transform the user, creating Freakazoid, a bumbling blue-skinned super hero we...
Darkwing Duck (1991 - 1992) - A cartoon on Toon Disney and part of the Disney Afternoon that followed the life of Drake Mallard who was really a superhero named Darkwing Duck. Along with his sidekick Launchpad McQuack (a character taken from Disney's "DuckTales" series) and his daughter Gosalyn, Darkwing Duck saves Saint Canard...
Naruto (2002 - Current) - The show is about a kid called Naruto who had a demon fox (Kyuubi) sealed into him at birth. Naruto never knew his parents so he was rebelious and unruly. The show follows Naruto and his comrades, Sasuke and Sakura as he tries to show the people around him that he can become the next Hokage of Kon...
Blue's Clues (1996 - 2006) - A paper cut-out show with a live action lead character named Steve. Steve lived with his puppy, Blue and figured out what Blue wanted to say through a trio of clues. The show set a standard format for kids shows to follow by having almost the exact same sequence of events occur at the same time ever...
Johnny Bravo (1997 - 2004) - Johnny Bravo; he talks like Elvis, looks like a macho man, but he's as blonde as they come. This highly sucessful cartoon follows Johnny's antics as he sweet talks the ladies (and striking out every time) and continues to be his own worst enemy.
Disney's Doug (1996 - 1999) - Disney's Doug follows 12 1/2 year old Doug Funnie in his town of Bluffington. With his best human friend Skeeter Valentine and best non-human friend (also his dog) Porkchop, they have great adventures! Doug is secretly in love with Patti Mayonnaise but gets bullied by Roger Klotz. Sometimes Doug ima...
The Golden Girls (1985 - 1992) - "Golden Girls" follows four elderly women, Dorathy, Blanch, Rose and Sophia, who are now roomates in Miami. Each one of them is either divorced or widowed.
Bonkers (1993 - 1995) - This Disney television series follows a cartoon star's misadventures in the police department.
The PJs (1999 - 2001) - The Emmy Award winning PJ's was the first primetime stop-motion series produced for television. Thurgood Stubbs lives with his wife Muriel in the housing project where he is the chief superintendent. The show, created by Eddie Murphy (who provides Stubbs' voice), follows the adventures of the Stubbs...
Street Fighter: the Animated Series (1995 - 1997) - Street Fighter: The Animated Series was featured on the USA Network's Action Extreme Team. Based mostly off of the Street Fighter movie and the fighting game Street Fighter II, the series follows the events after the movie. William F. Guile leads a team of international fighters by their code name:...
21 Jump Street (1987 - 1991) - In this Fox show co-created by Patrick Hasburgh and Stephen J. Cannell, we follow the jump street gang. Basically, Tom Hanson (Johnny Depp), along with Doug Penall (Peter DeLuise), Harry Ioki (Dustin Nguyen) and Judy Hoffs (Holly Robinson) form this undercover police unit. The job of the Jump Stre...
Fun House (1988 - 1991) - A kid's game show that pitted two teams of two players each. The contestants had to answer trivia questions and participate in challenges, such as trying to nail targets in the audience seats with water balloons. This was followed by a race between the two teams around a track that involved a variet...
Red Dwarf (1988 - 1999) - A hilarious British parody of Star Trek, this series follows the misadventures of the crew of the deep-space mining ship, Red Dwarf. After a severe accident occurs, a beer-guzzling slob named Dave Lister awakens from his cryogenic sleep to find it is three million years later, and he is the last hum...
Pac-Man (1982 - 1985) - Based off of the popular arcade games, the cartoon follows Pac-Man, Mrs. Pac-man, Pac Baby, Chomp-Chomp the dog and Sour Puss the cat through their adventures in Pac-land. Pac-man is now employed to guard the forests power pellet from the evil Mezmaron and his hoard of ghosts, Inky, Blinky, Pinky...
Degrassi Junior High (1986 - 1991) - Degrassi Junior High is a Canadian CBC Television teen drama series that was produced from 1987 to 1989 as part of the Degrassi series. The show followed the lives of a group of students attending the titular fictional school. Many episodes tackled difficult topics such as drug use, child abuse, tee...
Turbo Teen (1984 - 1984) - Not only was Brett Matthews a great sports car driver, he was also a great sports car! Following an accident in which he crashed into a science lab where a top-secret transfer ray was being developed, Brett had the ability to turn himself into a car whenever his body temperature reached a certain le...
Extreme Ghostbusters (1997 - 1998) - Follow-up to the classic 1980s series involves Egon and Slimer from the orignal team as mentors to a group of multi-diverse teens who have taken over from the original guys. This series was much darker in tone than the original series, and some of the creatures were genuinely frightening. The humo...
Home Movies (1999 - 2004) - A cartoon about nine-year-old Brendon Small, who gets away from his akward life by making movies with his best friends Melissa and Jason. The show follows the adventures of the trio as well as Brendan's mother, Paula, and the kids' soccer coach, John McGuirk, and their teacher, Mr. Lynch. Several...
Bill Cosby's PicturePages (1984 - 1984) - Bill Cosby hosts educational vigniettes for kids. Kids were asked to match some things with others, or put the steps to a certain task in the correct order. Despite only lasting one season, books of PicturePages were made available and viewers could follow along at home. Syndicated until the early...
G.I. Joe (DiC's Version) (1989 - 1992) - This is Dic's Version of GI Joe that was Started in 1989 and Ended in 1992! It followed shortly after the movie storyline with destro and serpentor in charge of COBRA. The baroness then finds a way to change Cobra commander back to normal and he gets rid of serpentor and takes control of COBRA once...
Jayce And The Wheeled Warriors (1985 - 1986) - The plot follows protagonists Jayce, Flora, Herc Stormsailor, Oon, and Gillian, in search of Jayce's father Audric, and opposing antagonist Saw Boss and his followers, the Monster Minds.
Are You Being Served? (1972 - 1985) - Grace brothers department store, one of the last remnants of an older era. This show followed the events of the mens and womens departments who were forced to share a floor of the store.
Sweet Valley High (1994 - 1998) - Based on the hit book series created by Francine Pascal, the show follows the lives of popular high school students, identical twins, Jessica and Elizabeth Wakefield and their best friends, Lila Fowler, Enid Rollins and Todd Wilkins.
The Berenstain Bears (1985 - 1987) - Based on the popular series of kids books, this series follows the adventures of the Bear family (Mama, Papa, Sister and Brother) living in Bear country.
Life with Louie (1995 - 1998) - The show follows the younger days of comic Louie Anderson. The show was aired on Fox and won several children television awards. The plot is centered around Louie's relationship with his dad, younger brother and the kids at school.
Quack Pack (1996 - 1997) - Quack Pack is an American animated television series produced by Walt Disney Television Animation, featuring Donald Duck and his nephews. The show debuted on September 3, 1996 as a part of the "Disney Afternoon" programming block, following the major success of Goof Troop. The series ran two seasons...
Kids in the Hall (1989 - 1996) - A truly Canadian sketch comedy show starring Dave Foley, Bruce McCulloch, Kevin MacDonald, Mark McKinney, and Scott Thompson. The show highlighted the troupe's ability to make anything from mundane, everyday tasks (ex: a daily "to do" list) to the most bizarre situations (ex: Arumba, arumba) absolut...
Masked Rider (1995 - 1996) - Masked Rider is the 90's update of the Japanese show Kamen Rider. The plot follows as such: Prince Dex of the Planet Edenoi travels to earth to stop his uncle from destroying the planet. Dex is adopted by a family in the town of Leewood. On earth, he creates a cave as well as two helper veihcles tha...
The Babysitters Club (1990 - 1990) - Set in the small, fictional town of Stoneybrook,Connecticut seven best friends run a highly organized baby-sitting service. The show follows them as they experience the ups and downs of babysitting as well as handling pre-teen issues in a family show format.
Sharon, Lois & Bram's Elephant Show (1984 - 1989) - Sharron Hampson Lois Lilienstein and Bram Morrisson first formed their folk singing trio in 1978, after a few years of successful children's albums and touring throughout Canada and parts of the United States, they were given their own children's TV series called The Elephant Show in 1984. Bram's fr...
My So-Called Life (1995 - 1995) - My So-Called Life is the award winning dramatic series, which chronicled the life of teenager Angela Chase and her struggle to find her identity. The show followed Angela and her friends through the highs and lows of adolescence. It touched on very real topics such as hand guns in school, illiterac...
Garbage Pail Kids (1987 - 1988) - Based on the wildly popular Garbage Pail Kids trading cards, the main segments of the series followed five of the GPK's: half-punker/half-yuppie Split Kit, dripping, oozing Clogged Duane, Elliot Mess, whose body parts were rearranged carelessly, faceless Teri Cloth, and the elastic, body stretching...
Teen Wolf (1986 - 1989) - Based on the movie starring Michael J Fox, the show follows the further adventures of the budding young werewolf Scott Howard, and for some strange reason, new family members never mentioned in the movie are living in the Howard house.
The Addams Family (1992 - 1995) - Based on the classic 1960's hit series this was Hanna Barbera's second attempt at producing an Addams Family cartoon, with the previous cartoon airing on NBC during the mid-1970's. This series came about following the success of the first Addams Family movie. John Astin reprises his role providing t...
Cadillacs and Dinosaurs (1993 - 1994) - The series followed the exploits of survival-savvy garage mechanic Jack Tenrec, (who had a passion for restoring classic car shells, mainly those of Cadillacs) and his often-reluctant companion, the lovely foreign ambassador Hannah Dundee (who hired Jack as a liason while she attempted to create cle...
The Incredible Hulk (1977 - 1982) - It Follows The Further Adventures Of Bruce Banner Who Is A Man Cursed By His Own Inner Evils.
Mike Lu & Og (1999 - 2001) - Mike, Lu & Og is an American animated television series created by Mikhail Shindel, Mikhail Aldashin, and Charles Swenson for Cartoon Network, and the 7th of the network's Cartoon Cartoons. The series follows a foreign exchange student from Manhattan named Mike, a self-appointed island princess name...
Fraggle Rock: The Animated Series (1987 - 1988) - In September 1987 Fraggle Rock reached a peak popularity and spawned its own animated series. The Fraggle Rock cartoon was based very closely to the original series, even following up on some episodes. Each episodes are introduced by the live action puppet form of Uncle Traveling Matt sitting in Doc...
Ready or Not (1993 - 1997) - Follow the ups and downs of life with best friends Amanda Zimm and Busy Ramone as they deal with adolescence, boys, family, school and friends. The series began with the girls in the seventh grade but later progressed to the eighth and the ninth grades.
Stickin' Around (1996 - 1999) - Winner of the 1998 Gemini Award for Best Animated Series, Stickin' Around uses the advanced computer graphics of "Boiler Paint," virtually convincing us that kids are creating their own animated series. Follow best friends Stacy and Bradley as they navigate their way through their elementary school...
Moesha (1996 - 2001) - Moesha Deniese Mitchell( famous singer Brandy) is teenager who soon became an adult, learning various issues to do with love, sex, relationship and family. Following her mothers death Moesha looked after her father Frank Mitchell (William Allen Young) and brother Myles Mitchell (Marcus T. Paulk) She...
Passions (1999 - 2008) - Passions follows the lives and loves, and various romantic and paranormal adventures of the residents of Harmony. Story-lines center around the interactions among members of its multi-racial core families the African American Russells, white Cranes and Bennetts, and half-Mexican half-Irish Lopez-F...
Misfits of Science (1985 - 1986) - This series followed the adventures of a group of young superheroe misfits fighting crime. Each member had their own unique power, from shrinking to controlling electricity to telekinetic powers. The team was led by Dr. Billy Hayes. The series lasted for 17 episodes before being canceled.
Beetleborgs Metallix (1997 - 2012) - In the follow up of Big Bad Beetleborgs, a new group of villians strip Drew, Jo and Roland of their powers. This forces Flabber to create stronger powers to take on these new bad guys as Beetleborgs: Metallix.
Dumb & Dumber (1995 - 1996) - Lloyd and Harry are back in an all new animated follow up to the movie starring Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels which see's the two moronic geeks land themselves in hot water week after week. good stuff
The Toxic Crusaders (1991 - 1992) - The cartoon follows roughly the same plot as the films The Toxic Avenger and it's two suceeding sequels. A complete and hopeless nerd, Melvin, falls into toxic waste and becomes Toxie, a hideously deformed mutant of superhuman size and strength. Teaming with other mutants, No-Zone (whose power comes...
Dino-Riders (1987 - 1988) - Dino-Riders premiered in syndication in September 1987. This series is about the Valorians, a race who are followed to Earth's past by the evil Rulons who want to destroy them. When Krulos wasn't trying to get the S.T.E.P. to return to his time, he was trying to "brain box" stronger dinosaurs. Wh...
Shin Chan (1992 - Current) - Shin Chan is a Japanese manga and anime series written by Yoshito Usui. The title is commonly translated as either "Crayon Shin Chan" or "Crayon Shin-Chan" and is sold worldwide. The series follows the antics of five-year-old Shinnosuke Nohara and his parents, neighbors, friends, dog and many other...
What-a-Mess! (1995 - 1996) - Based on the popular Frank Muir book series, this delightful animated series follows a scruffy, noble, Afghan puppy on his comical adventures through life. Although this messy, sloppy, clumsy, yet extremely lovable puppy always strives to do right, he somehow always ends up making a bigger mess than...
Cops (1989 - 2020) - "Cops" was among the earliest reality-based law enforcement shows, and remains one of the most popular of the genre. Each week, a camera crew followed the activities and daily beats of the officers of a different city's police department. Incidents ranged from routine traffic stops that evolve into...
Comic Strip (1987 - 1987) - A Saturday morning variety kids show that took up a full hour. It contained usually 3 of the following shows in it's run time: "Tigersharks", "Karate Kat", "Street Frogs", and "The Mini-Monsters."
Police Academy: the Animated Series (1988 - 1989) - Based on the popular Police Academy series with animated versions of the twelve most popular characters including House, Tackleberry and thier leader Mahoney. The gang fights crime while make life as hard as possible for Captain Harris and his sidekick Procter. Each episode is followed by a safet...
The Waltons (1972 - 1981) - In the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia, during the Great Depression, the Walton family makes its small income from its saw mill on Walton's Mountain. The story is told through the eyes of John Boy, who wants to be a novelist, goes to college, and eventually fulfills his dream. The saga follows the...
The New Woody Woodpecker Show (1999 - 1999) - These are The New Adventures of Woody Woodpecker, in this Short Lived 1999 Series It Continued To Follow Woody Woodpecker and His Friends on Their Many Adventures!
Student Bodies (1997 - 1999) - Student Bodies followed a group of students at Thomas A. Edison High School, who created their own student newspaper entitled Student Bodies. Each episode blends the real-life happenings at school with cartoons of how Cody, who illustrates Student Bodies, humorously sees the events
Monster Rancher (1999 - 2001) - Monster Rancher is based off the video game of the same name. It follows the story of a ten year old boy named Genki, who gets sucked into the world of monsters. There he befriends a girl named Holly, who is looking for her father, and her monster Suezo, an eyeball monster. Holly has a pendent tha...
The Shnookums and Meat Funny Cartoon Show (1995 - 1995) - This animated series actually follows three different cartoon scenarios. The first, "Schnookums and Meat!" involves a dumb pair of animals: Schnookums the cat and Meat the dog. The next, "Pith Possum: Super Dynamic Possum of Tomorrow" is a spoof of the 1966 Batman TV series, with Pith Possum and...
Avengers (1999) (1999 - 2000) - This show is based on a marvel comic series. It follows a group that are considered the Earth's Mightiest Heroes. The initial cast consisted of Ant-Man, Wasp, Hawkeye, Scarlet Witch, Tigra, Falcon and Wonder Man. In one of the earliest episodes, Wonder Man is put into a coma and his brain pattern...
The Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm Show (1971 - 1972) - The Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm Show follows the hijinks of the teen Pebbles Flintstone and Bamm-Bamm Rubble. Bypassing several important growth stages, Bedrock's favorite tots are now teenagers attending Bedrock High where, not surprisingly, they become embroiled in a variety of misadventures along with...
Star Trek (1966 - 1969) - Star Trek is an American science fiction television series created by Gene Roddenberry that follows the adventures of the starship USS Enterprise (NCC-1701) and its crew.
Maniac Mansion (1990 - 1993) - Canadian sitcom follows a scientist named Fred Edison(Joe Flaherty)and his eccentric family.This show was loosely based on the 1987 compute game of the same name.
Dilbert (1999 - 2000) - DILBERT had a short run through 1999-2000. The show followed an average day through DILBERT's life. Ridiculous slapstick and parody come together in this amazingly well casted show, featureing celebrities and good animation.
Night Gallery (1970 - 1973) - Night Gallery was creator-host Rod Serling's follow-up to The Twilight Zone. Set in a shadowy museum of the outre, Serling weekly unveiled disturbing portraiture as preface to a highly diverse anthology of tales in the fantasy-horror vein. The first story the in the pilot episode was directed by Ste...
The New Archies (1987 - 1988) - This series follows the adventures of Archie Andrews and his friends as pre-teens in middle school.
Swan's Crossing (1992 - 1992) - This show follows the lives of a group of teenagers in a town called Swans Crossing. Designed to be a soap opera aimed at the preteen age group, it provides storylines that are found in your typical "grown-up" soap opera - love triangles, innocent first love, the possibility of being switched at bir...
Adam-12 (1968 - 1975) - A realistic police drama following the lives of two officers of the LAPD, veteran Pete Malloy and his rookie partner, Jim Reed. Done in a spare, almost "docudrama" style, each episode covered a variety of incidents that the officers encountered during a shift, from the tragic to the trivial. NOW ON...
Harriet's Magic Hats (1980 - 1986) - This series followed the adventures of a young girl named Susan, whose eccentric Aunt Harriet collected hats, from those of bakers, to construction workers, to beekeepers. Whenever Susan put on one of her aunt's hats, she would be transported to whatever workplace it suited.
The Comic Strip Presents (1988 - 1990) - A Saturday morning variety kids show that took up a full hour. It contained usually 3 of the following shows in it's run time: "Tigersharks", "Karate Kat", "Street Frogs", and "The Mini-Monsters."
Police Squad! (1982 - 1982) - From the creators of Airplane!, the Hot Shots! movies, and Top Secret!, Police Squad! began as the brain-child of Jim Abrahams, David Zucker and Jerry Zucker. The series would later spawn three follow-up movies under the new Naked Gun titles. The series was set up to spoof the Quinn Martin Productio...
Murder, She Wrote (1984 - 1996) - Murder seems to follow Jessica Fletcher, a former substitute English teacher and a mystery writer full of charm, zest-for-life, and personality; who happens to become "the investigator" when traveling around the country to promote a series of novels. Murder always occurs when she is present. Even at...
Droids (1985 - 1986) - The animated series, which lasted 15 episodes in 1985. It followed the adventures of R2-D2 and C-3PO, along with various masters.
Cartoon Sushi (1997 - 1998) - Following the tradition of MTV's previous animation show Liquid Television, this was the show that followed a few years later was basically a collection of various animated shorts made a variety of different cartoonists.
Virtua Fighter (1999 - 2012) - Based on the popular Virtua Fighter video game franchise, this series follows the adventures of Akira, a lone martial artist who has lost his ability to see the mystical constellations that reveal a truly strong man's destiny. Now, his path of wandering has forced him into the fighting ring with sev...
The Streets of San Francisco (1972 - 1977) - This QM (Quinn Martin) show follows the cases of
Blue Thunder (1984 - 1984) - Based on the movie the show follows the further stories of the LAPD's newest strike force anchored by the super helicopter Blue Thunder as they take on the city's deadliest criminals.
Photon: The Idiot Adventures (1986 - 1987) - Based on the *Lazer Tag-ish* game, the show follows a young teen named Chris Jarvis (who goes by the name, "Bhodi Li") whose a champion at Photon, gets unexpectedly summoned to become a real Photon warrior and join a team of other Photon warriors to take on the evil Warlord of Arr and his evil demin...
Spider-Man (1981 - 1982) - This series was one of the first ventures of Marvel Productions and only the second animated series to star the wall crawler. The show followed Peter Parker as Spider-Man during his college years and featured many classic Spider-man villians. Many of the character designs and voice actors were later...
The Wind in the Willows (1984 - 1987) - Follow the adventures of the excitable Mister Toad and his friends Rat, Mole, and Badger.
Flying Rhino Junior High (1998 - 2000) - This series follows four friends at Rhino Junior High using their brains and brawn to deal with problems created by their nemesis Earl P. Sidebottom A.K.A The Phantom, who can transpose the school to faraway places and drop students into strange situations. Focusing episodically on the different mem...
Roger Ramjet (1965 - 1965) - That's how Roger Ramjet was introduced to his viewers every week in this underappreciated superhero satire. The show followed the adventures of a research scientist who, after taking his Proton Energy Pill, was endowed with the AMAZING power of twenty atom bombs. Each Proton Pill only lasted 20 seco...
Hill Street Blues (1981 - 1987) - Show was about the people who work at a big city Police precinct. It followed them from their over-worked jobs to their homes where the stressfull jobs often took their toll. It presented a more realistic portrayal of crime and dealing with it than most shows that had come before. Often, there would...
The Outsiders (1990 - 1990) - Francis Ford Coppola and S.E. Hinton's 14-episode follow-up to the 1983 movie, which builds on each character from the film immensely. Series finale (entitled "Breaking the Maiden") reaches an optimistic conclusion to the story of the group's troubled youth.
Cartoon Planet (1995 - 1999) - Following success as a late-night talk show host, Space Ghost recruits Brak (now has short-term memory) to his cast for his very own variety show. Zorak (from Coast to Coast) serves as the third host. Cartoon Planet is a show full o' comedy skits that'll make you bounce off the walls with laughter!
Diagnosis Murder (1993 - 2001) - Diagnosis Murder follows Dr. Mark Sloan, the chief of internal medicine, at LA's Community General Hospital. Dr. Sloan, much like Jessica Fletcher of Murder, She Wrote, has a magnetic quality that apparently draws murders to him. Every week, Dr. Sloan stumbles across murders, either acting in his ro...
Ben 10 (2005 - Current) - After a camping trip Benjamin Tennyson gets a watch-like device called the Omnitrix which lets him transform into ten alien-like creatures with various powers. The series ran until 2008 and was followed by a sequel called "Ben 10: Alien Force" in 2008.
New York Undercover (1994 - 1998) - This one-hour action drama comes from Universal Studios and Dick Wolf, the studio and creater/executive producer of the highly successful "Law & Order" franchise. The show follows J.C. Williams (Malik Yoba) & Eddie Torres (Michael DeLorenzo), two detectives who work in the NYPD's Undercover Unit und...
Josie and The Pussy Cats (1970 - 1976) - Josie and The Pussy Cats followed the adventures of an all-girl rock and roll group as they traveled the world playing gigs and solving mysteries.
ChuckleVision (1987 - 2009) - ChuckleVision is a popular British children's television series, shown on CBBC, first shown in 1987. It follows the adventures of the two Chuckle Brothers; Barry (the smaller) and Paul, who find themselves in all sorts of situations that they must cope with.
The Goodies (1970 - 1982) - This long-running surreal British comedy was in many ways, more like The Monkees, than the more famous Monty Python. It followed the silly and absurd, cartoon-like adventures of a wacky trio called the Goodies, whose motto was to do "Anything, Anytime, Anywhere" and they tried to do just that, (but...
Our House (1986 - 1988) - Following the death of his son, Gus Witherspoon takes in his daughter-in-law and his three grandchildren to live with him. Adjustment to the new arrangement is not easy on any of them.
Problem Child (1993 - 1993) - Problem Child follows the misadventures of Junior Healy. The show continues from the first two movies in which Junior and everybody else including Ben and Mr. Peabody in wild episodes.
Space: Above and Beyond (1995 - 1996) - Set in the future follows some intergalactic marine/pilots who are protecting earth from an alien raceand earth created AIs. Much if it set on a mothership with them flying to planets or refinery type complexes. The show had some good space and combat sequences. The dialogues between the marines wa...
Wait Till Your Father Gets Home (1972 - 1974) - Wait Till Your Father Gets Home follows the lives of the Boyles family. Harry Boyle, the father, Irma, the typical housewife, and their three children: Chet, Alice, and Jamie. Chet, is a 22 year old college dropout, Alice, an overweight 16-year-old, and Jamie is the Capitalist of the family, even t...
Alice in Wonderland (1983 - 1984) - A retelling of Lewis Carroll's classic tale of the young girl Alice, who follows a white rabbit into a hole, only to find herself in Wonderland, where she meets many interesting characters, both the mysterious Cheshire Cat and the terrible Queen of Hearts.
Josie and The Pussy Cats in Outer Space (1972 - 1974) - A continuation of the popular Josie and the Pussycats, this series follows the gang on their adventures through outer space (as they were launched into space accidentally by Alexndra after a gig they played for the launch of the spaceship they're in). As they try to make their way back to Earth, the...
What's Happening Now!! (1985 - 1988) - This sitcom is the follow-up to the popular ABC series in the 70's. Raj is newly married and trying to write while his two buddies, Rerun and Dwayne are sharing a bachelor apartment. Rerun is working as a used car salesman while Dwayne is a computer programmer. This syndicated program was on the air...
NBA SHOWTIME ON NBC (1990 - 2002) - this was probably THE BEST pregame basketball show followed by theplay by play commentary especially in the 90s when the jordan and the bulls were rulingwho could forget that unforgettable dope beat and the all satr cast of commentators like hannah storm,steve(snapper)jones,bill walton,and ahmad ras...
The Golden Palace (1992 - 1993) - Spin off of The Golden Girls, featuring Betty White, Rue McClanahan, and Estelle Getty, following Bea Arthur's departure in 1992 (Bea made an appearance on the Golden Palace in 1992). Only one season was made.
Julia (1968 - 1971) - In 1968, Diahann Carroll became the first African American woman to have the lead in a hit TV show, starring as Julia Baker - widowed mother of six year old Corey. Julia moved to Los Angeles following her husband's death (he was a USAF pilot killed in Vietnam) and found a job at the medical office o...
Happy Tree Friends (1999 - Current) - Happy Tree Friends is an American Flash cartoon created and developed by Aubrey Ankrum, Rhode Montijo, Kenn Navarro and Warren Graff for Mondo Media. The show is cited as an early example of a popular Internet phenomenon achieving a cult following.
Blazing Dragons (1992 - 1994) - This series followed the epic clash of humans and dragons during the Middle Ages--except in this case, the dragons were the noble heroes, and the humans were the evil savages!
Tales of the Gold Monkey (1982 - 1983) - Set on the fictitious South Sea island of Boragora in 1938, Tales of the Gold Monkey follows the adventures of Jake Cutter, a cargo pilot who flies a Grumman seaplane emblazoned with the name, "Cutter's Goose". What should be routine jobs transporting passengers and/or cargo always end up with Jake...
The Green Hornet (1966 - 1967) - Following the heels on the success of Batman, the same producers and the same network launched The Green Hornet.
Long Ago and Far Away (1989 - 1993) - Long Ago and Far Away episodes open with a short live-action segment of James Earl Jones talking to the camera in his room that appears to be floating in outer space. He then acted as narrator for the story following.
The Addams Family (1973 - 1975) - The animated version of the classic 1960's hit series was produced by Hanna-Barbera and aired on NBC from 1973-1975 In this series Gomez Morticia and the rest of the family travel cross country and get caught up in all kinds of wacky shenanigans. Following the success of the first Addams Family movi...
The Hurricanes (1993 - 1997) - The hurricanes was an animated series which was, unfortunately, short lived. It followed the exploits of a soccer team that not only traveled around the world to compete in soccer games [and win every time as well], but also along the way they tended to solve mysteries or fight crime.
El Chavo del Ocho (1973 - 1979) - This Mexican series followed the misadventures and daily struggles of El Chavo, an eight-year old orphan who lived in a neighborhood in Mexico and his various friends. All the children were played by adults. The series is one of the most popular and longest-running shows in in the Spanish-speaking w...
The Sylvester and Tweety Mysteries (1995 - 2002) - This series follows Sylvester, Tweety, Granny, and Hector as they are given mysteries to solve. Although Sylvester constantly tries to eat Tweety, the four characters somehow manage to work together to crack the case.
Dr. Slump and Arale-chan (1980 - 1986) - Wacky anime series. follow-up to first series. Later guest stars on dragonball Z!
Worzel Gummidge (1979 - 1982) - Based on the books by Barbara Euphon Todd, this series follows the adventures of a scarecrow who comes to life.
Adventure Time (2008 - Current) - "Adventure Time" follows the adventures of a boy, Finn the Human (voiced by Jeremy Shada), and his best friend and adoptive brother Jake the Dog (voiced by John DiMaggio), who has magical powers to change shape and size at will. Pendleton Ward, the series' creator, describes Finn as a "fiery little...
Anne of Green Gables (1979) (1979 - 1979) - An anime adaptation from Nippon Animation's "World Masterpiece Theater" anthology, directed by Isao Takahata and based on the "Anne books" by Canadian author Lucy Maude Montgomery. It follows an orphan named Anne Shirley as she goes through hard times, fun adventures, loss and love in the lovely to...
Saturday Superstore (1982 - 1986) - There was no doubt about it - Swap Shop was going to be a tough act to follow, but the BBC's new replacement programme was up to the task. Basically by just altering the format slightly, a whole new show was created Saturday SuperStore.
Dennis the Menace (UK) (1996 - 1998) - Dennis the Menace animated cartoon began airing on BBC One (as part of CBBC) in 1996, with another series following in 1998. Originally called Dennis the Menace in the UK, for international broadcast, the series was renamed Dennis and Gnasher. The show has ceased production, although repeats are fre...
Wing Commander Academy (1996 - 1997) - Based on the Electronic Arts computer games this series follows the adventures of a group of space cadets on the Terran carrier Tiger's Claw in the war against the Kilrathi. Featured the voices of Mark Hamill, Malcolm McDowell, Thomas F. Wilson and Dana Delany
American Gothic (1995 - 1996) - The small southern town of Trinity has many dark secrets. Most of the townsfolk would prefer those secrets to stay buried as they have 'deals' with the sherriff Lucas Buck, who may or may not be the devil.
Delta House (1979 - 1979) - Weak TV follow up to "Animal House"
My Parents Are Aliens (1999 - 2006) - My Parents Are Aliens British children's comedy on CITV about an eccentric family, which started in 1999. It follows the lives of three orphaned children, Melanie, Josh and Lucy Barker, and their foster parents Brian and Sophie Johnson. In series 6, they were joined by adopted CJ. In series 7, Mel l...
These Are the Days (1974 - 1975) - This dramatic animated series followed Martha Day, a widow trying to raise her three children--Kathy, Danny, and Ben--in early 20th century America.
Blake's 7 (1978 - 1981) - Loosely based on the Robin Hood legend, the show followed the exploits of a group of outlaw revolutionaries, led by a patriot-hero named Roj Blake (Gareth Thomas), who fought the fascist interstellar Terran Federation in the third century of the second calendar.
The Osmonds (1972 - 1974) - Following the heels of the successful Jackson 5 cartoon, Rankin/Bass created another cartoon series based on another hit-making sibling group, The Osmonds. The show follows the family act (minus Marie) as they travel around the world as part of a musical people-to-people project set up by the U.S. M...
Young Hercules (1998 - 1999) - This show follows a teenage Hercules on his quest through the academy where he is being trained in defense. Along the way he makes new friends and comes to face the challenges from the Gods.
El Chapuln Colorado (1973 - 1979) - This series from Latin America, followed the adventures of a klutzy Mexican superhero, it and it's companion show, El Chavo del Ocho are still cult and family favorites in the Spanish speaking world. Simpsons fans, may know that the title hero was the inspiration of the Simpsons favorite, "Bumblebe...
Mr. Show (1995 - 1998) - A sketch-comedy show hosted by David Cross and Bob Odenkirk which combined live acting with recroded clips into an even flow of non-stop halarity. Every episode followed a theme.
Meet the Press (1947 - Current) - Meet the Press is a weekly American television news/interview program that is broadcast on NBC. It is the longest-running program in American television history, though its current format bears little resemblance to the one it debuted with on November 6, 1947. Like similar shows that have followed i...
Kung Fu (1972 - 1975) - This series follows the adventures of Kwai Chang Caine, a Shaolin priest, in the American West. Caine was an orphan of a Chinese-American marriage, and was schooled in a Shaolin monastery, by his mentors, Masters Po and Kan. Through his life's journeys, he remembers the lessons and philosophy they i...
Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide (2004 - 2007) - Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide follows three middle school students, Ned Bigby, Simon Cook(Cookie) and Jennifer Mosley(Moze) and their day-to-day lives at the fictional James K. Polk Middle School. To assist him and his friends(and those viewers watching) through middle school, Ned creates...
New Kids on the Block (TV series) (1990 - 1991) - New Kids on the Block is an animated television series featuring the adventures of the New Kids on the Block. The series lasted a season from 19901991 on ABC. The following year, The Disney Channel showed the series in reruns.
Victorious (2010 - 2013) - Tori Vega is a teenage girl who is accepted into Hollywood Arts, a performing arts high school for talented teens. The show follows Tori and her friends as she finds her place within Hollywood Arts, completing school projects that usually involve musical and theatrical performances, and overcoming u...
Redwall (1999 - 2002) - Based off of the book series by Brian Jacques, Redwall follows the story of Redwall Abbey and the young mouse Matthias. The Abbey is a peaceful place, until Cluny the Scourge shows up and becomes intent on destroying it. Matthias finds the fate of the beseiged Abbey in his hands - or paws, as it wer...
Porridge (1973 - 1977) - The first episode of Ronnie Barker's Comedy Playhouse-like Seven Of One introduced the northern shopkeeper Arkwright, who went on to become a firm TV favourite in Open All Hours. But the following week's edition, Prisoner And Escort, provided viewers with their first sight of the Londoner lag Norman...
The Brittas Empire (1991 - 1997) - British sitcom starring Chris Barrie as a jobsworth Lesuire Centre Manager. Disaster strikes in every episode as Gordon Brittas' ruthless following of the company rules leads to death and destruction. Eventually Brittas is killed saving the life of a baby, only to be bizarrely brought back to life...
Disney's The 100 Lives of Black Jack Savage (1991 - 1992) - The 100 Lives of Black Jack Savage was a Disney-produced television series broadcast in the United States by NBC that followed the story of Black Jack Savage (played by Steven Williams), the ghost of a legendary 17th century Caribbean pirate who teams up with Barry Tarberry (played by Daniel Hugh-Ke...
The Scooby-Doo/Scrappy-Doo/Puppy Hour (1982 - 1982) - The Scooby-Doo/Scrappy-Doo/Puppy Hour was a package show produced by both Hanna-Barbera Productions and Ruby-Spears Productions in 1982 for ABC Saturday mornings. It contained the following segments:
Crossroads Cafe (1996 - 1996) - Crossroads Cafe is a TV series debuting in the mid 1990s with a focus on teaching English and English skills to non-english speaking people. The show follows the lives of workers in a cafe and one customer. It is comedy and drama. The show is still airing on public television all over the US.
Dark Angel (2000 - 2002) - In a future of political, economic and moral collapse, a genetically enhanced superhuman prototype named Max escapes from military confines and dwells amidst the decadent underground street life of *Seattle* to avoid government agents who want to bring her back into the fold. Searching for others of...
Death Note (2006 - 2007) - Death Note (Japanese: Hepburn: Desu Nto) is a Japanese manga series written by Tsugumi Ohba and illustrated by Takeshi Obata. The story follows Light Yagami, a high school student who discovers a supernatural notebook from a Shinigami named Ryuk that grants its user the ability to kill anyone...
Dark Oracle (2004 - 2006) - This Canadian children's sci-fi series follows the adventures of two 15-year-old twins Cally and Lance Stone who discovers a comic book that gives them clues about the future of their lives.
Wow Wow Wubbzy (2006 - 2010) - Wow Wow Wubbzy! was a preschool children's show that aired on Nick Jr. It follows Wubbzy and his friends Widget, Walden, and Daizy in fun adventures. The series was created by Bob Boyle and lasted from 2006-2010 on Nick Jr.
The Crow: Stairway to Heaven (1998 - 1999) - The tv show follows the journeys of Eric Draven (Mark Dacascos) as he tries to balance good and evil so he can be reunited with his deceased girlfriend, Shelly Webster (Sabine Karsenti). Unlike the original Crow movie, Eric Draven in the tv series stays behind to help other people, not just those w...
The Sinbad Show (1993 - 1994) - It follows the life of David Bryan (Sinbad), a carefree bachelor, who adopts two orphaned children, Zana Beckley (Erin Davis) and L.J. Beckley (Ray J) who face issues which they work through together.
NewsRadio (1995 - 1999) - NewsRadio" is a sitcom that explores office politics, relationships, and crises through a group of co-workers at WNYX NewsRadio, New York's #2 newsradio station. Dave Foley stars as the haggled news director, Phil Hartman and Khandi Alexander portray sniping anchor people, Maura Tierney is the ambit...
Dharma & Greg (1997 - 2002) - Dharma "Freedom" Montgomery and Greg Montgomery are complete opposites who get married after only their first date. The series was a ratings smash when it debuted on ABC in 1997 as a lead-in to the then smash-show Who Wants to be a Millionaire. Ratings dropped steadily in the years following and the...
The World of Peter Rabbit and Friends (1992 - 1994) - The magic world of Peter Rabbit and friends is about a young naughty rabbit named Peter who ends up in trouble with Mr McGregor and ruining his garden. Also followed by other animals adventures too in their humanine world.
Blake and Mortimer (1997 - 1998) - The series, based on the comic books by Edgar Pierre Jacobs, follows an impulsive professor (Mortimer) and a straight-laced officer (Blake) on their adventures.
Charlie and Lola (2005 - 2008) - Animation following a boy's efforts to get his stubborn little sister to try new things. Through wild and fanciful storytelling and visuals, Charlie and Lola struggle to understand each other and the world around them. Based from the popular book series by Lauren Child.
Rescue Heroes (1999 - 2000) - Based on the best-selling line of Mattel toys, Rescue Heroes followed the adventures of emergency response professionals equipped with the latest information and cutting-edge technology.
Maxie's World (1987 - 1987) - The series takes place in the fictional seaside town of "Surfside" and follows the adventures of teenager Maxie and her circle of friends. Maxie attends Surfside High School where she is a popular straight "A" student, cheerleader and surfer girl, while after school, she serves as host and investiga...
The Brady Brides (1981 - 1981) - In this third incarnation of "The Brady Bunch" (following "The Brady Kids" and "The Brady Bunch Variety Hour"), Marcia meets free-spirited Wally Logan (Jerry Houser), and Jan meets uptight Phillip Covington III (Ron Kuhlman), the couples fall in love and are wed. Both couples are strapped for cash,...
You're Under Arrest! (1996 - 2008) - Based on the best-selling manga series by creator Kosuke Fujishima (also the creator of Oh My Goddess), You're Under Arrest follows the exploits of two young policewomen in the Traffic Division of Bokuto Station.
The Roswell Conspiracies (1999 - 2000) - Essentially an attempt at cashing in on the success of Men In Black, this series followed secret agents who worked to protect the world from alien threats who were styled to resemble monsters of popular fiction such as werewolves and zombies. Their central enemies were the shape-shifting, serpentine...
Howards' Way (1985 - 1990) - This BBC series was set in the lush countryside of Hampshire along the river Hamble in a fictional town called Tarrant, following the story of wealthy yachts, powerboats and marine business.
Pacific Palisades (1997 - 1997) - This one-hour serial drama from Aaron Spelling follows the lives of young professionals who have it all, but haven't paid for it yet, on the Southern California fast track to fame, fortune, scandal and ruin. The cast of characters includes Joanna (Michelle Stafford) and Nick Hadley (Jarrod Emick), a...
Grace & Favour (1992 - 1993) - Mr. Humphries, Miss Brahms, Mrs. Slocombe, Captain Peacock and Mr. Rumbold are back in this fantastic british follow-up to Are You Being Served?. While on holiday in the Carribean with his secretary, Miss Lovelock, young Mr. Grace sadly passes away. In young Mr. Graces will, it states that Mr. Grac...
The Adventures of the Black Stallion (1990 - 1993) - The show follows the life of fifteen-year-old horse racer Alec Ramsay (Richard Ian Cox), his wild stallion The Black, and their trainer Henry Dailey (Mickey Rooney). In the series, Alec's father died before the series start, leaving Alec and his mother to run Hopeful Farm. The show focuses both on l...
Broken Badges (1990 - 1991) - BROKEN BADGES follows the humorous escapades of Cajun cop Beau Jack Bowman and his unorthodox crime fighting unit, comprised of local police talent from the TARP section (Temporary Assignment of Restricted Personnel) who have exhibited stress or related psychological aberrations that have required t...
Phyllis (1975 - 1977) - Remember the landlady and friend of Mary Richards? That's right, Phyllis is another spin-off of the Mary Tyler Moore show. Following in the steps of "Rhoda", Phyllis leaves Minneapolis after the death of her husband Lars and heads for San Francisco and the home of Lars' parents. Bess is in tow, as w...
Third Watch (1999 - 2005) - This American primetime television drama series followed the exploits of a group of police officers, firefighters, and paramedics in New York City, whose shifts fell between 3 P.M. and 11 P.M.
Chopper One (1974 - 1974) - The short-lived "Chopper One" presented the exploits of two helicopter policemen, Officer Don Burdick (Jim McMullan) and Officer Gil Foley (a young Dirk Benedict) of the Western California Police Department (W.C.P.D.). Together, they patrolled the skies from above in a Bell Jetranger helicopter and...
Due South (1994 - 1998) - Due South was a cop show that followed the adventures of two policemen. Benton Fraser of the RCMP and Ray Vecchio of the Chicago PD. It was a quirky show with a sublte sense of humor and irony. It also had many other aspects to it from sci-fi to drama...which made it hard for TV networks to pigon ho...
Foley Square (1985 - 1986) -
Domestic Life (1984 - 1984) - Martin Crane (Martin Mull) moved to Seattle, Washington to take a commentator job at KMRT-TV. His spot on the station's evening news was called "Domestic Life". Others in the cast were Martin's wife Cindy (Judith-Marie Bergan), his 15-year old daughter Didi (Megan Follows), and 10-year old son Harol...
Homefront (1991 - 1993) - Homefront was a drama that aired on ABC from 1991-1993. While it only lasted two seasons before being canceled, it had a large following of people who loved it, and still do.
Da Vinci`s Inquest (1998 - 2006) - The series revolves around the life of Dominic Da Vinci, coronor of Vancouver, BC, Canada. Follow along as the police investigate the crimes; the medical examiners and coroner investigate & examine the deaths, and conduct their inquests, when needed.
Instant Star (2006 - 2009) - a teenager wins a contest and follows her dreams to become a super starbut she soon finds out what its realy like with drama fun and it teaches children what being a star is realy like but Jude soon has to juggle friends family feelings and life!
Girl Meets World (2014 - 2017) - The Disney Channel original comedy series is a sequel to the classic ABC 1990s comedy series "Boy Meets World." In New York City, where Cory Matthews (Ben Savage) and his wife, Topanga Matthews (Danielle Fishel) follow their daughter Riley (Rowan Blanchard) and her best friend Maya Hart (Sabrina Ca...
The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis (1959 - 1963) - The adventures as well as misadventures of a teenager and his beatnik friend as they follow along a common goal - girls. Features an early yet notable supporting role from a pre-Gilligan's Island Bob Denver.
The Ruff and Reddy Show (1957 - 1964) - The Ruff and Reddy Show (also known as Ruff and Reddy) is an American animated television series and the first made by Hanna-Barbera Productions for NBC. The series follows the adventures of Ruff, a smart and steadfast cat, and Reddy, a good-natured and brave (but not overly bright) dog. The series...
The Huckleberry Hound Show (1958 - 1961) - The Huckleberry Hound Show is a 1958 syndicated animated series and the second from the Hanna-Barbera studios following The Ruff and Reddy Show, sponsored by Kellogg's. Three segments were included in the program: one featuring Huckleberry Hound, another starring Yogi Bear and his sidekick Boo Boo,...
Downton Abbey (2010 - 2015) - British Series follows the daily lives of the family and servants of Lord and Lady Grantham (Hugh Beaumont and Elizabeth McGovern).
The National (1969 - Current) - This Canadian weeknight television news program is produced by CBC News, which brings news throughout Canada and around the world. It had been on the air weeknights since 1969 when Warren Davis was the original anchor for 1 year, then Lloyd Robertson anchored the program from 1970 to 1976, followed...
Hunter x Hunter (1999 - 2001) - Twelve-year-old Gon Freecss one day discovers that the father he had always been told was dead was alive and well. His Father, Ging, is a Huntera member of society's elite with a license to go anywhere or do almost anything. Gon, determined to follow in his father's footsteps, decides to take the H...
Hunter x Hunter (2011) (2011 - 2014) - Gon Freecs' father abandoned him as a baby in order to become a Hunter, an elite class with a license to go anywhere or do almost anything. Now 12 years old, Gon wishes to follow in his father's footsteps and become a great Hunter. While Gon faces the unexpected challenges the Hunter Examination thr...
FLCL (2000 - 2018) - FLCL (Japanese: Hepburn: Furi Kuri, pronounced in English as Fooly Cooly) is an original video animation (OVA) anime series written by Yji Enokido, directed by Kazuya Tsurumaki and produced by the FLCL Production Committee, which consisted of Gainax, Production I.G, and King Records. FLCL foll...
Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders: Making The Team (2006 - Current) - The American reality television series follows the auditioning process and the making of the annual Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders Squad
New Game! (2016 - Current) - The main character Suzukaze Aoba graduates from high school and joins a game company. The person who made the game that Aoba loved as a grade-schooler just happens to be Aoba's senior at the company. The story follows girls who work and aspire at the Eaglejump company. (From season 1)
Paranoia Agent (2004 - 2004) - A detective follows mysterious attacks in Tokyo.
The Joan Rivers Show (1989 - 1994) - Daytime talk show hosted by comedian Joan Rivers following the demise of Fox's The Late Show in 1987.
The Ruff & Reddy Show (1957 - 1964) - The series follows the adventures of Ruff, a smart and steadfast cat, and Reddy, a good-natured and brave (but not overly bright) dog. It was the first television series produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions. The series also featured on camera hosts/performers and puppeteers:Jimmy Blaine(1957-1960),...
Dive Olly Dive! (2005 - 2012) - Dive Olly Dive follows the adventures of Olly, a young submarine-in-training, and Beth, his best friend and fellow sub-in-training. Stationed at the Special Underwater Research Facility (S.U.R.F.) under the guidance of Diver Doug, the young subs explore their spectacular underwater world.
Ozzy & Drix (2002 - 2004) - An American TV series based on (and following up) the movie "Osmosis Jones". It takes place inside the body of teenager Hector Cruz (referred to by the characters as "the City of Hector"). A year after Ozzy and Drix defeated Thrax and saved Frank from dying in Osmosis Jones, Ozzy and Drix chase a s...
Dave the Barbarian (2004 - 2005) - Dave the Barbarian is an American animated television series created by Doug Langdale, co-creator of Project G.e.e.K.e.R., and creator of The Weekenders, that premiered on January 23, 2004. The show follows a barbarian named Dave, his sisters, uncle, talking sword, and pet dragon on their daily adve...
Science Court (1997 - 2000) - The half-hour program mixed courtroom drama, science experiments, and humor to teach fundamental concepts in elementary and middle school science such as the water cycle, work, matter, gravity, flight, and energy. As each case unfolded, the characters in the trial used humor to highlight scientific...
Cirque Du Soleil: Fire Within (2002 - 2002) - The series follows eight Cirque du Soleil performers during the creation and production of the Cirque's newest touring production, Varekai. Stress ensues as several newcomers try to learn new acrobatic acts for the show, while the subplot also follows the crew behind the show trying to cast new perf...
What's My Line? (1950 - 1967) - CBS TV 1950-1967/Syndicated A panel of four famous people..had to try and guess the unusual occupations of the contestants..the panel also had to try and guess the identity of"The Mystery Guest"..while blindfolded. ABC TV newsman John Dailey was the program's first host/moderator..the second mc was...
Felix The Cat (1960 - 1965) - This tv cartoon series based upon the popular movie animation series created by Otto Mesmer..follows Felix' adventures as he uses his "bag of tricks"to foil his foes..Jack Mercer did all of the voices.
Diver Dan (1961 - 1962) - A series of puppet films that follows the adventures of Diver Dan..A deep sea crusader..who helps protect his fishy friends and "Miss Mirnerva the mermaid queen"from"Baron Barracuda" and "Trigger Fish". Comic/Character actor and mimic Allen Swift did all of the puppet voices and "Diver Dan's Voice'....
The Adventures Of Q.T.Hush. (1960 - 1961) - This tv cartoon series followed the cases of private detective"Q.T.Hush"and his two aides "Shemus and Quincy"..as they try to solve baffling crimes.Dallas McKennon did all of the voices.
The Adventures Of Courageous Cat & Minute Mouse (1960 - 1971) - This campy 1960 tv cartoon series..follows the super crime fighting exploits of"Couageous Cat" and his partner"Minute Mouse"as they use their multi purpose "Cat guns"to foil the crimes of their foes.Dallas McKennon did all of the voices.
Britt Allcroft's Magic Adventures of Mumfie (1994 - 2002) - From the creator of Thomas the Tank Engine and Friends (Britt Allcroft) and the maker of Los Fruittis (D'oCon), this co produced animated show follows the adventures of a young elephant named Mumfie and his friends Scarecrow and Pinkey as they went on adventures and helped their friends.
Flight 29 Down (2005 - 2007) - The show follows a group of teens stranded on a South Pacific island in the Federated States of Micronesia after they crash their plane (a De Havilland Heron) in a tropical storm while flying to an eco-adventure camping trip in Palau. A plot device of a video diary powered by a solar battery char...
RoboCop: Alpha Commando (1998 - 1999) - RoboCop: Alpha Commando was a short-lived animated series based on the Orion Pictures film RoboCop and the series/films that followed in the 1980s-1990s.
Star Gazers (1976 - Current) - PBS documentary series showcasing astronomy. The show first began in 1976 hasted by Jack Foley Horkheimer, an astronomer at the Miami Museum of Science. In the early 1970's he appeared on Miami's WPBT TV with a local show called Horkheimer's Heavens. In 1976 Star Gazers would premiere nationally air...
Adventures in Odyssey (1991 - 2003) - Based from Christian Radio Drama and Comedy series created by Focus on the Family. The first Adventures in Odyssey video was released in 1991. This series was created following the success of Focus on the Family's involvement in Tyndale House's video project, McGee and Me. Originally, the Odyssey vi...
Wayside (2007 - 2008) - Wayside, an animated series based on Louis Sachars bestselling book series. Follow the comically-absurd tales of students on the top floor of Wayside, a quirky grammar school that was accidentally built 30-stories high. The original plans called for 30 classrooms on the ground floor, but the builde...
Horseland (2006 - 2008) - Far away, in spectacular countryside, there's a fantastic place called Horseland - a complex of stables, arenas, barns, rolling green pastures, and riding trails through verdant mountain forests. A lot of kids board horses here. We follow the adventures of three girls and one boy, all 11-12 years ol...
The Legend of Tarzan (2001 - 2003) - The Legend of Tarzan picks up where the 1999 feature film left off, with the title character adjusting to his new role as leader of the apes following Kerchak's death, and Jane (whom he has since married) adjusting to life in the jungle.
Betsy's Kindergarten Adventures (2008 - 2009) - The show follows a girl named Betsy as she starts out her school years. The series premiere shows Betsy facing the uncertainty of her first day of school and the adjustments she must make as she meets her new teacher and classmates, encounters unfamiliar rules and routines, and finds herself in an e...
Corduroy (2000 - 2001) - Based on two of author/illustrator Don Freeman's best-selling children's books, Corduroy and A Pocket for Corduroy, this animated show follows Corduroy and his best friend Lisa. Together, they experience the world from the point-of-view of urban children, with the sights, sounds, smells, tastes and...
Final Fantasy: Unlimited (2001 - 2002) - Final Fantasy: Unlimited follows the story of Ai and Yu Hayakawa, 12 year-old twins who travel into Wonderland, a mysterious parallel dimension, in search of their missing parents. Along the way they meet Lisa Pacifist, a member of the C2 Organization; Kaze, a being of incredible power; and a variet...
Arc The Lad (1999 - 1999) - The story follows the story of Arc the Lad II, the second game in the video game series. The world is also similar to the game, full of technology, but with magic and beasts as well. An evil corporation secretly controls this world and produces powerful monster (sometimes human) creations called chi...
Star Wars: Clone Wars (2003 - 2005) - Star Wars: Clone Wars is an American animated microseries created by Genndy Tartakovsky, set in the Star Wars universe. Chronologically, the series fills the three-year gap between prequel films Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith. The show follows the actions of various characters from the...
This Week (1981 - Current) - This Week is an American Sunday morning political affairs program from ABC News. The program is initially aired at 9:00 a.m. Eastern Time (following weekend morning newscasts on most ABC stations in large and mid-sized markets), although many stations air the program at a later slot, especially thos...
Noddy's Toyland Adventures (1992 - 2001) - A British children's TV show based on the series of books by Enid Blyton. It follows the adventures of Noddy a little wooden doll who lives in Toyland with his red and yellow taxi often trying to make sixpence or getting himself in trouble. His best friends Big Ears, Mr Plod and Tessie Bear are alwa...
Milly, Molly (2006 - 2009) - Milly, Molly is a series of New Zealand children's books by Gill Pittar. This show follows the adventures of two little girls from different ethnic backgrounds as they face the acceptance of diversity and the learning of life skills as they keep their friendship steady.
Joshua Jones (1991 - 1992) - The series was about a cheerful fellow named Joshua Jones who lives on a canal boat with his canine companion Fairport. They take trips up and down Clearwater Canal, delivering items and carrying out tasks for the folks at Biggott Warf.
Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's (2008 - 2011) - is the second main spin-off of the Yu-Gi-Oh! franchise. The series aired in Japan between April 2, 2008 and March 30, 2011, following the conclusion of the previous series, Yu-Gi-Oh! GX.The story focuses around characters playing a card game called Duel Monsters. This series introduces Synchro Monst...
The Secret Saturdays (2008 - 2010) - an American animated television series created by Canadian cartoonist Jay Stephens (creator of the Emmy-winning cartoon Tutenstein) for Cartoon Network. It debuted on October 3, 2008, in the United States. The series follows the adventures of the Saturdays, a family of cryptozoologists that work to...
the Adventures of Dudley the Dragon (1993 - 1997) - the show follows Dudley, a dragon who recently woke up from centuries of hibernation and his new ten-year-old friends Matt and Sally. The two kids would guide Dudley around the modern world and the trio would learn about environmentalism, friendship and pro-social values.
Roary the Racing Car (2007 - 2010) - Roary the Racing Car is a British stop-motion children's television series created by David Jenkins and produced by Chapman Entertainment. It follows the adventures of Roary and his racing car friends at Silver Hatch race track.
Yoshinaga-san Chi no Gargoyle (2006 - Current) - The anime adaptation of the light novel was produced by Studio Hibari began airing in April 2006 for the Spring TV season and ended with a total of 13 episodes., lit.: "Gargoyle of Yoshinaga House") is a Japanese light novel series written by Sennendou Taguchi, following Kazumi Yoshinaga and his nor...
Leo the Lion (1966 - 1967) - ( ! Shin Janguru Taitei: Susume Reo!, New Jungle Emperor: Move Ahead Leo!) is a sequel to the Japanese anime series Jungle Emperor, or Kimba the White Lion. Osamu Tezuka had always wanted his story of Kimba to follow Kimba's entire life, and the Jungle Emperor/Kimba series was such a hit...
Danger Mouse (2015) (2015 - Current) - Reboot of the 80's cartoon classic from England, where the White Wonder, Danger Mouse and the Hopeless Hamster, Penfold are back with new adventures as they thwart evil. Thrills and hilarity happen.
Devil May Cry: The Animated Series (2007 - 2007) - Devil May Cry follows the story of the demon hunter known as Dante. As a half demon, half human, he uses his trusty sword Rebellion and his two guns Ebony and Ivory to take on missions. Dante owns and runs "Devil May Cry," a business that specializes in hunting and killing demon-related problems.
Gungrave (2003 - 2004) - an anime television series based on the video game of the same name, created by Yasuhiro Nightow.The series is directed by Toshiyuki Tsuru, written by Ysuke Kuroda, and animated by Madhouse.The series follows Brandon Heat and Harry MacDowell as they rise through the ranks of the Millennion crime sy...
Monster Math Squad (2012 - 2016) - a Canadian CGI animated series, created by Jeff Rosen and produced by DHX Media for CBC Television.It follows the adventures of three monsters who go on missions that require math equations. Together, they solve math problems to complete missions.The series takes place in the city of Monstrovia, whe...
Gintama (2006 - 2018) - Lit. "Silver Soul"Set in Edo which has been conquered by aliens named Amanto, the plot follows life from the point of view of samurai Gintoki Sakata, who works as a freelancer alongside his friends Shinpachi Shimura and Kagura in order to pay the monthly rent. Sorachi added the science fiction setti...
Pinkalicious & Peterrific (2018 - Current) - Based on a series of books by Victoria and Elizabeth Kann, this PBS Kids animated series follows Pinkalicious and her brother Peter learning about everything with their interests of art and creativity.
Idol Time PriPara (2017 - 2018) - Aidoru Taimu Puripara) is a Japanese anime by DongWoo A&E. It is the second animation adaption of the PriPara arcade game.as well as the sequel series to the PriPara TV series. It began airing from April 4, 2017 to March 27, 2018. It was followed by Kiratto Pri Chan on April 8, 2018.Yui Yumekawa is...
Steins;Gate (2011 - 2014) - a 2011 anime television series created by the animation studio White Fox based on 5pb. and Nitroplus's 2009 video game of the same name, and is part of the Science Adventure franchise along with Chaos;head and Robotics;notes. It is set in 2010, and follows Rintaro Okabe, who together with his friend...
Medaka Box (2012 - Current) - an anime television series that aired between April 5 and June 21, 2012. A second season aired between October 11 and December 27, 2012.The plot follows Medaka Kurokami, a charismatic and attractive first-year Hakoniwa Academy student who is elected Student Council President with 98% of the vote. Sh...
Monkey Turn (2004 - Current) - two anime series, Monkey Turn and Monkey Turn V, which were both produced by Oriental Light and Magic and aired on TV Tokyo throughout 2004.The series follows Kenji Hatano, a young man who sets out to master conquer the world of kytei (hydroplane racing). Over the course of the series he develops a...
Disgaea (2006 - Current) - an anime series based on the video game Disgaea: Hour of Darkness. Makai Senki Disgaea follows the same general plot as the game, but with several alterations to character roles and the chronology of events. The anime was licensed by Geneon Entertainment before closing their doors in 2007. On Septem...
Maid Sama! (2010 - 2010) - "Kaichou wa Maid Sama" is a Japanese anime series adapted from the manga of the same title by Hiro Fujiwara. Maid Sama! follows the relationship and romance between Misaki Ayuzawa, the female student council president of Seika High school which was once all-boys now co-ed school but is still male do...
The Emperor's New School (2006 - 2008) - an American animated television series created by Mark Dindal for Disney Channel that aired from January 27, 2006 to November 20, 2008. Based on the 2000 film The Emperor's New Groove, the series follows the adventures of a temporarily-dethroned Kuzco as he completes his education in order to return...
Mickey Spillane's Mike Hammer (1984 - 1987) - This American crime detective drama series that follows the adventures of Mike Hammer (Stacy Keach).
Superjail! (2007 - 2014) - an American adult animated television series produced by Augenblick Studios in its first season, and by Titmouse, Inc. in its second, third, and fourth seasons. The series follows the events that take place in an unusual prison. The pilot episode aired on television on May 13, 2007, and its first...
Jollitown (2008 - 2013) - Philippine television informative show broadcast by GMA Network. It premiered on April 13, 2008. The show concluded on October 12, 2013 with a total of 82 episodes.The show was launched to promote Jollibee's 30th anniversary, and followed Jollibee and his friends Yum, Twirlie, Hetty, and Popo throug...
Liewe Heksie (1961 - 1981) - ("Beloved Little Witch") is an Afrikaans work of fiction created by children's book author Verna Vels in 1961. It centres on Liewe Heksie, a witch who lives with elves in Blommeland. The Liewe Heksie series started off as radio stories, followed by books and stories on vinyl record. Liewe Heksie mad...
Masha and the Bear (2009 - Current) - (Russian: , translit. Masha i Medved; Russian pronunciation: [ma i mdvet]) is a Russian animated television series created by Oleg Kuzovkov and produced by Animaccord Animation Studio (Moscow, the Russian Federation), loosely based on the oral children's folk story of the same...
Shugo Chara! Party! (New) (2009 - 2010) - The new program, Shugo Chara Party! containing Shugo Chara!!! Dokki Doki and Shugo Chara Pucchi Puchi! follow the current anime series as its power-up. The last episode aired on March 26, 2010.produced by satelight
Working!! (Anime) (2010 - 2016) - released in English territories as Wagnaria!!, is a Japanese four-panel comic strip manga series written and illustrated by Karino Takatsu, which follows the activities of the unusual employees at one of the units of the Wagnaria family restaurant chain. The series was serialized in Square Enix's Yo...
Monster Retsuden Oreca Battle (2014 - 2015) - (Japanese: Hepburn: Monsut Retsuden Oreka Batoru) is a Japanese trading card arcade game by Konami, released in March 2012. A manga adaptation was serialized in Shogakukan's CoroCoro Comic from June 2012 to February 2015. It was followed by a sequel series called Ma Da Ze! Oreca Bat...
Warren the Ape (2010 - Current) - an MTV reality show parody which ran from June 14 to August 30, 2010 and aired at 10:30 p.m. The series is a spin-off of the IFC and Fox TV show Greg the Bunny, and follows the titular character's life as he tries to get his life back together following the cancellation of Greg the Bunny.Warren has...
Gunsmith Cats (1995 - 1996) - a Japanese seinen manga series written and illustrated by Kenichi Sonoda. It was published in Kodansha's Afternoon from 1991 to 1997 and was followed between 2004 and 2008 by a sequel series Gunsmith Cats Burst which included the same characters and situations.The series describes the adventures of...
.hack//Quantum (2010 - 2011) - an animated three episode OVA series by Kinema Citrus studio in Japan and presented by Bandai Visual. The series was initially scheduled to be released in November 2010, but this schedule was later changed. The first episode was released on January 28, 2011 with the following two episodes to be rele...
Earth Maiden Arjuna (2001 - Current) - a Japanese animated television series created by Shoji Kawamori. The series follows Juna Ariyoshi, a high school girl chosen to be the "Avatar of Time" and entrusted with saving the dying Earth.Arjuna" refers to the legendary archer Arjuna from the Hindu epic Mahbhrata, which explains why Juna's w...
Strange Dawn (2000 - Current) - a 13-episode anime television series created by Hal Film Maker for Pioneer LDC (now Geneon) in 2000. The series follows the adventures of Eri and Yuko after they are transported to a strange world where all the people are very short.The series aired on Britain's Channel 5 during their Saturday morni...
Scrubs (2001 - 2010) - an American medical comedy-drama television series created by Bill Lawrence that aired from October 2, 2001, to March 17, 2010, on NBC and later ABC. The series follows the lives of employees at the fictional Sacred Heart Hospital, which later becomes a Teaching Hospital. The title is a play on surg...
The Brave of Gold Goldran (1995 - 1996) - a Japanese anime television series begun in 1995, created by Takara and Sunrise under the direction of Shinji Takamatsu, and was the sixth in the Ysha/Brave metaseries. Goldran follows the adventures of three young boys who are tasked with finding alien robot fighters, or Braves, that are sleeping...
Abby Hatcher (2018 - Current) - Canadian-American CGI-animated television series created by Rob Hoegee. Produced by Guru Studio in conjunction with Spin Master Entertainment for Nickelodeon, the series was scheduled to premiere on January 1, 2019, before slightly being pushed to December 31, 2018.The series follows an intellige...
Butterbeans Cafe (2018 - Current) - an animated preschool fantasy television series created by Jonny Belt and Robert Scull, the creators of Bubble Guppies, ordered by Nickelodeon. The series follows Butterbean, a fairy who runs a neighborhood caf with her friends. The series involves "creative cooking, a farm-to-table philosophy,...
Kill Me Baby (2012 - Current) - a Japanese four-panel manga series written and illustrated by Kaduho which began serialization in Houbunsha's Manga Time Kirara Carat from July 2008. It follows the school lives of a high school girl Yasuna Oribe, along with her friends Sonya, a female assassin, and Agiri Goshiki, a female ninja. An...
Brave Beats (2015 - 2016) - a Japanese anime television series produced by BN Pictures. It aired from October 11, 2015 to March 27, 2016 when it was followed by a rerun of Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn the week after.One day, sixth grade student Hibiki Kazaguruma meets a small robot named Breakin. He discovers Breakin can talk, a...
Tayutama: Kiss on my Deity (2009 - Current) - a Japanese visual novel developed by Lump of Sugar. It was first released as an adult game for Windows PCs on July 11, 2008 in both limited and regular editions, and was later followed by an Xbox 360 version. Tayutama is Lump of Sugar's third title after their previous titles Nursery Rhyme and Itsuk...
Cleo & Cuquin (2018 - Current) - known in Latin America as Cleo & Cuquin: Familia Telerin, is a Spanish-Mexican preschool animated television series produced by nima Kitchent in cooperation with Televisa. A reboot of the classic Familia Telern series, it debuted in Spain on Clan on January 7, 2018.Cleo and Cuquin follows the misa...
Nellie the Elephant (1990 - 1991) - Based on the classic children's song of the same name, this series follows the adventures of a big pink elephant: the titular Nellie. One night, she hears the head of the herd calling to her from far, far away. Tired of performing in the circus & longing for home, Nellie packs her trunk & begins the...
Rick and Morty (2013 - 2018) - an American adult animated science fiction sitcom created by Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon for Cartoon Network's late-night programming block Adult Swim.The series follows the misadventures of cynical mad scientist Rick Sanchez and his good-hearted but fretful grandson Morty Smith, who split their t...
Fushigiboshi no Futagohime (2005 - 2007) - Twin Princess of Wonder Planet) is a 2005 Japanese animated television show directed by Shgo Kawamoto and with Jun'ichi Sat as chief director and character designs by Birthday. Following Birthday's original concept in 2003, it was taken by Nihon Ad Systems, and TV Tokyo and was reproduced into...
Spider Riders (2006 - 2007) - Fourteen-year-old Hunter Steele searches for the legendary Inner World by following the instructions in his grandfather's journal. He enters a cave where he finds a mysterious manacle that attaches itself to him. A spider startles Hunter, who falls into a hole to the center of the Earth and into the...
Hawaii Five-O (2010) (2010 - 2020) - This reboot of the original American action police series that follows an elite task force that sets to fight crime in the state of Hawaii.
Danger 5 (2012 - 2015) - Danger 5 is an Australian action comedy television series which premiered on SBS One on 27 February 2012. It is set in a bizarre, campy, 1960s interpretation of World War II and follows a group of five international spies on a mission to kill Adolf Hitler and thwart his plans of world domination. Th...
Love Hina Again (2002 - 2002) - Keitaro has finally passed the entrance exams, and is officially a Toudai student. But after breaking his leg in an accident in the entrance ceremony, he thought and re-evaluated himself. Having new goals, Keitaro follows Seta on an overseas archeology trip. During his absence, however, all was not...
The Brave Fighter of Sun Fighbird (1991 - 1992) - From the dark reaches of space an evil energy being called Draias seeks to invade the earth, following Draias the space police borrow the advance rescue vehicles and android constructed by Dr. Amano along with three civilian vehicles the space police lead by Figh bird (taking on the name Katori, the...
The City (1995) (1995 - 1997) - Short-lived soap opera starring Morgan Fairchild (left the following year) and set basically in New York City. A spin-off after the cancellation of Loving.
The Pat Sajak Show (1989 - 1990) - A CBS late-night talk show hosted by TV weathercaster and Wheel of Fortune host Pat Sajak following the departure to his Wheel's daytime game show. It competed with the Tonight Show on NBC and ran for fifteen months on air.
Om Nom Stories (2011 - Current) - Om Nom Stories are a series of spin-off videos created by ZeptoLab. They tell about Om Nom's adventures outside the video game. pilot episode was released on December 6, 2011. Ten following episodes, making up the first season, are a variety of short stories about Om Nom living at Evan's house. Th...
Misaki Chronicles (2004 - Current) - an anime sequel to Divergence Eve. It follows smoothly from the previous series. The characters are the same and the plot is similar, but the theme of the episodes is much different. In this series, the elite team at Watcher's Nest is traveling through time, fighting the Ghoul at different points in...
Candy Boy (2007 - 2009) - an eight-minute original net animation produced by Anime International Company, and directed by Takafumi Hoshikawa. Since November 22, 2007, the ONA is available through streaming on the Cho! animelo audiovisual website and the Nico Nico Douga online video service. This was followed by a seven...
Spice and Wolf (2008 - 2008) - Holo is a powerful wolf deity who is celebrated and revered in the small town of Pasloe for blessing the annual harvest. Yet as years go by and the villagers become more self-sufficient, Holo, who stylizes herself as the "Wise Wolf of Yoitsu," has been reduced to a mere folk tale. When a traveling m...
Nature Cat (2015 - 2020) - Nature Cat follow the adventures of a house cat named Fred. When his owners leave for the day, he becomes the outdoor expert Nature Cat. He and his friends Hal the dog, Daisy the rabbit, and Squeeks the mouse learn about all of nature all over the world.
Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha A's (2005 - Current) - Mah Shjo Ririkaru Nanoha su) ("A's" is pronounced as "Ace") is an anime television series produced by Seven Arcs. It is the second anime in the Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha franchise, following the previous series. The series aired in Japan between October 1, 2005 and December 25, 2005 and was lic...
D.N.Angel (2003 - Current) - Xebec adapted the manga into a 26-episode anime series which aired in Japan on TV Tokyo from April 3, 2003 until September 25, 2003.follows the adventures of Daisuke Niwa, an average teenage boy. At the story's opening, Daisuke declares love for his crush, a girl named Risa Harada, on his fourteenth...
Shake It Up (2010 - 2013) - This American sitcom follows the adventures of CeCe Jones (Bella Thorne) and Rocky Blue (Zendaya) as they star as background dancers on a local show in Chicago.
Xxxholic (2006 - 2008) - Production I.G adapted the manga into an animated film, which was followed by two anime television series, and various original video animations (OVAs). Funimation licensed the film and the first TV series in North America, and released both of them in DVD as well as Blu-ray Disc. A light novel and...
Bumpety Boo (1985 - 1986) - an anime children's television show produced by the Nippon Animation company from 1985 to 1986. The series consists of 130 10-minute episodes, distributed as 43 half-hour segments..The show follows the adventures of a young boy named Ken, who has always dreamed of owning a car, and Bumpety Boo, a ta...
Mobile Suit Gundam 0083: Stardust Memory (1991 - 1992) - Hepburn: Kid Senshi Gandamu Daburueitsr Sutdasuto Memor) is a 13-episode anime OVA series set in the Gundam universe. The first volume containing two 30-minute episodes was released in Japan on May 23, 1991. Subsequent volumes, containing one 30-minute episode each, followed every one or two m...
Teen Titans Go! (2013 - Current) - an American animated television series airing in the U.S. on Cartoon Network since April 23, 2013 and based on the DC Comics fictional superhero team. The series was announced following the popularity of DC Nation's New Teen Titans shorts.
Miracle Giants Dome-kun (1989 - 1990) - a Japanese anime television series based on a manga by Shotaro Ishinomori. It ran for 49 episodes, animated at Studio Gallop, directed by Takashi Watanabe and follows the adventures of Dome Shinjo, a 10-year-old boy who is the son of a deceased legendary player of the Yomiuri Giants.
Yamato Takeru (1994 - 1994) - "Yamato Takeru" (Japanese: ) is a Japanese anime loosely related to both the live action film and legend about a young boy who goes onto a great adventure that would grant him great powers and understanding his destiny is linked to the world. The series is followed up by the two-episode origin...
Futari wa Pretty Cure Splash Star (2006 - 2007) - simply to PreCure Splash Star, is a magical girl anime series produced by Toei Animation and Asahi Broadcasting Corporation, which aired in Japan TV Asahi's ANN network between February 5, 2006 and January 28, 2007. It is the third series in Izumi Todo's Pretty Cure metaseries, following a new story...
Chowder (2007 - 2010) - an American animated television series created by C. H. Greenblatt for Cartoon Network. The series follows an aspiring young chef apprentice named Chowder and his day-to-day adventures in Chef Mung Daal's catering company.
Kaiketsu Zorori (2004 - 2007) - Set in a parallel world inhabited by anthropomorphic animals (in their Earth's version of Japan), the story follows the protagonist, a fox named Zorori and his twin boar bandit
Digi charat (1999 - 2006) - a Japanese manga and anime series created by Koge-Donbo. The series follows a catgirl named Di Gi Charat "Dejiko" who was adopted as the mascot of Broccoli
Star vs. the Forces of Evil (2015 - 2018) - an American animated television series created by Daron Nefcy and developed by Jordana Arkin and Dave Wasson, which airs on Disney XD. The first Disney XD series created by a woman, and the third overall for Disney Television Animation (following Pepper Ann and Doc McStuffins), it follows the adv...
The Crayon Box (1997 - 1998) - he Crayon Box is an American children's TV series that was aired in syndication from 1997 to 1998, based on a poem by Shane DeRolf. The show followed Bananas in Pajamas as part of a 30-minute double-show, with each show being 15 minutes. The show's tagline was "A Good Show Helping to Build Great Kid...
Yes! PreCure 5 (2007 - 2008) - a Japanese anime series and the fourth installment in Izumi Todo's Pretty Cure metaseries produced by Toei Animation. The series aired on TV Asahi between February 2007 and January 2008 and was followed by a sequel season, Yes! PreCure 5 GoGo! (YES! GoGo! Iesu! PuriKyua Faibu GG!), which ma...
Petite Princess Yucie (2002 - 2003) - Puchi Puri Ysh) is an anime series, which was produced by Gainax, aired from 2002 to 2003, and ran for 26 episodes. The story centers on Yucie, a 17-year-old who is trapped in a 10-year-old's body, the story follows her and her friends, all of whom are designated as Platinum Princess candidates. A...
Steel Angel Kurumi (1999 - 2001) - anime series following the adventures of its titular character created by Kaishaku. Directed by Naohito Takahashi, animated by Oriental Light and Magic and produced by Pony Canyon with character designs by Yuriko Chiba and Yuji Ikeda and music by Toshihiko Sahashi, it has been translated and release...
Barbie Dreamtopia (2017 - 2018) - a media franchise produced by Mattel Creations and animated by Snowball Studios, an Israeli animation company that makes media aimed at preschoolers and children aged 511. The series was created and developed by Julia Pistor, one of Mattel's executive producers. The series follows Chelsea Robert...
We Bare Bears (2014 - 2015) - an American animated sitcom created by Daniel Chong for Cartoon Network. The show follows three bear siblings, Grizzly, Panda, and Ice Bear (respectively voiced by Eric Edelstein, Bobby Moynihan, and Demetri Martin), and their awkward attempts at integrating with the human world in the San Francisco...
Super Doll Licca-chan (1998 - 1999) - an anime television series which ran on TV Tokyo in 19981999. Kodansha also serialized a manga based on the anime series in its monthly manga magazine Nakayoshi. The story follows an ordinary elementary school girl named Licca Kayama and the strange circumstances surrounding her origins, as w...
Dragon Drive (2002 - 2003) - An anime adaptation directed by Toshifumi Kawase began airing on TV Tokyo on July 4, 2002, running a total of 38 episodes, the last episode aired March 27, 2003. In 2004, the anime series was released by Bandai Entertainment in North America.. follows lazy junior high school student Reiji Ozora who...
The Tonight Show (1954 - Current) - The Tonight Show is NBC's late-night talk/comedy show and the first and longest running late-night talk show on television. Steve Allen was the very first host of the show in its 1954 debut followed by Jack Parr who took over in 1957, but it's longest and most well-known host is Johnny Carson, host...
Lupin the III: Series One (1971 - 1972) - The first series in the franchise was never released in the USA until 2012. The anime follows the adventures of Arsene Lupin's grandson who continues his legacy in a more modern society.
BattleTech (1994 - 1994) - Originaly started as a board game/wargame. Only one known video game for the genesis. Of course it is now known as "Mechwarrior."A few years and over a hundred novels, and video games later you have quite the following.
Robotech: Macross 7 (1994 - 1995) - Macross 7 (7 Makurosu Sebun) is an anime television series. It is a sequel of the show The Super Dimension Fortress Macross that takes place many years after the events of the first series following a cast of mostly new characters. The show ran from October 16, 1994 to September 24, 1995 at 11:0...
Astro Farm (1992 - 1994) - This great spaced-out series followed the adventures of the Foxwood family
Remember WENN (1996 - 1998) - Amanda Naughton,Hugh O'Gorman,and Melinda Mullins,star in this AMC comedy-drama series.Set in the early 40's,at a Pittsburgh radio station"WENN",the series revolved around the lives of the station's actors and staff.It also dealt,with the unfolding events of World War II.The series lasted 4 seasons(...
Missing Persons (1993 - 1994) - Missing Persons is an American television show set in Chicago. The show is about a fictitious missing persons unit. Each episode usually following the investigation into three or more cases.
The Chronicles of Narnia (1988 - 1990) - This was BBC adaptation of C.S Lewis classic book series. The mini-series told the story of Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy Pevensie episodically and covered the following stories; The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Prince Caspian, The Voyage of the Dawn Treader and The Silver Chair
That's Incredible (1980 - 1984) - That's Incredible followed the debut of REAL PEOPLE and was along the same lines as that show. People came on with incredible feats and wowed the hosts and audience. Hosts: John Davidson, Kathy Lee Crosby, Fran Tarkenton. In the early 1980s, a young golf prodigy named Eldrick "Tiger" Woods made...
the beachcombers (1972 - 1990) - The Beachcombers followed the life of Nick Adonidas (Bruno Gerussi), a Greek-Canadian log salvager in British Columbia who earned a living travelling the coastline northwest of Vancouver tracking down logs that had broken away from logging barges. His chief business competitor is Relic (Robert Cloth...
The Lawrence Welk Show (1955 - 1982) - Bandleader Lawrence Welk gained a huge following in the 1930s and 1940s with his style of big band "champagne" music. This eventually led to a local television program in Los Angeles, and by 1955, a nationally televised program.
The Triplets (1994 - 2004) - The plots of The Triplets follow a definite pattern. The sisters play some prank or manage to annoy the Bored Witch, and, to punish them, she sends them into a classical tale, legend, or children's literary work. The main structure of the classic remains, but some twists (often hilarious anachronism...
The Master (1984 - 1984) - The series follows the adventures of American Veteran, John Peter McAllister, who stayed in Japan after World War II and has learned the art of ninjutsu. Years later he leaves Japan to find his long lost daughter, on his journey he meets Max Keller who insists on learning John's ninja skills. Each e...
Samurai Jack (2001 - 2017) - Samurai Jack is an American animated television series created by Genndy Tartakovsky for Cartoon Network. The series follows time-displaced samurai warrior "Jack" (voiced by Phil LaMarr) in his singular quest to find a method of traveling back in time and defeating the tyrannical demonic wizard Aku...
JAG (1995 - 2005) - JAG is a distinct military-themed drama which was first aired on NBC in 1995. NBC cancelled the series after a single season but it was revived by CBS for ten years and remains in syndicated airing. The series follows the exploits of the Washington metropolitan areabased "judge advocates" (i.e. uni...
Jacob Two-Two (2003 - 2006) - The series is set in the Canadian city of Montreal and follows Jacob Two-Two and his friends on their wild adventures, most of which are one-shots that are resolved in a single episode. Based from the popular Trilogy of books by Mordecai Richler.
Bumpety Boo (1985 - 1986) - The show follows the adventures of a young boy named Ken, who has always dreamed of owning a car, and Bumpety Boo, a talking yellow car who hatched from an egg in the first episode, as they travel the world in search for Bumpety Boo's mother. Bumpety Boo, the fun-loving car, makes friends with Ken....
Fat Dog Mendoza (1998 - 2001) - Follow Fat Dog and his pal Little Costumed Buddy as they explore the universe and fight crime in Neighbourhood X.
Phil of the Future (2004 - 2006) - Phil of the Future is an American sitcom that originally aired on Disney Channel from June 18, 2004 to August 19, 2006 for a total of two seasons. The series was created by Tim Maile and Douglas Tuber and produced by 2121 Productions, a part of Brookwell McNamara Entertainment. It follows a family f...
Xiaolin Showdown (2003 - 2006) - Xiaolin Showdown is an American animated television series that aired on Kids WB and was created by Christy Hui. Set in a world where martial arts battles and Eastern magic are commonplace, the series follows four young warriors in training that battle the forces of evil. They do this by protecting...
My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic (2010 - 2019) - My Little Pony Friendship is Magic is a show that follows a studious unicorn pony named Twilight Sparkle as her mentor Princess Celestia guides her to learn about friendship in the town of Ponyville. Twilight becomes close friends with five other ponies: Applejack, Rarity, Fluttershy, Rainbow Dash,...
Life With Boys (2011 - Current) - Life with Boys is a Canadian teen sitcom that started broadcasting in Canada on YTV in September 2011. It follows Tess Foster as she copes with living in a home with just boys: her father, Jack, and three brothers, Gabe, Spencer and Sam.
A.M. Weather (1978 - 1995) - First debuting on PBS in 1978, as produced by Maryland Public Tevision A.M. Weather had NOAA meteorologists giving a look at weather reports from across the country. Each show began with a satellite and radar segment followed by current conditions around the U.S. and then the weather forecast. An av...
Teacher's Pet (2000 - 2002) - Teacher's Pet (also known as Disney's Teacher's Pet) is an American animated television series produced by Walt Disney Television Animation and directed by Timothy Bjrklund. The series follows a 9-year-old boy and his dog who dresses up as a boy. Created by Gary Baseman, Bill Steinkellner and Cheri...
The Book of Pooh (2001 - 2003) - The third TV series based off of A.A. Milne's "Winnie the Pooh" stories. This is a CGI series following "The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh" and "Welcome to Pooh Corner". The series appears to take place some time after the events of Milne's original stories since his son Christopher Robin Milne...
Making Fiends (2003 - 2008) - Making Fiends is an American animated television series based on the web series of the same name. The series ran from October 4, 2008 to November 1, 2008 on Nicktoons Network. The series is Nickelodeon Animation Studios first animated series to be based on a web series, and follows the evil Vendett...
Degrassi High (1989 - 1991) - Degrassi High is the third television show in the Degrassi series of teen dramas about the lives of a group of teenagers living on or near De Grassi Street in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It first aired from 1989 to 1991 and followed the young people from The Kids of Degrassi Street and Degrassi Junior...
What I Like About You (2002 - 2006) - What I Like About You is an American television sitcom set mainly in New York City, following the lives of two sisters, older-sister Valerie Tyler (Jennie Garth) and teenager-sister Holly Tyler (Amanda Bynes). The series ran on The WB from September 20, 2002, to March 24, 2006, with a total of 86 ep...
Boston Legal (2004 - 2008) - A spin-off of the long-running Kelley series The Practice, Boston Legal follows the exploits of former Practice character Alan Shore at the legal firm of Crane, Poole & Schmidt where he is best friends with founding partner Denny Crane and is arguably their best lawyer.
CSI: NY (2004 - 2013) - CSI: NY follows a group of investigators who work for the New York City crime lab. The series mixes gritty subject matter and deduction in the same manner as its predecessors, yet also places a great deal of emphasis on criminal profiling. The team is led by Detective Mac Taylor, a former Marine fro...
CSI: Miami (2002 - 2012) - Inspired by the top-rated series "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation," CSI: MIAMI is a drama that follows a South Florida team of forensic investigators who use both cutting-edge scientific methods and old-fashioned police work to solve crimes. Some of the more notable characters include A top-ranked fo...
Desperate Housewives (2004 - 2012) - Secrets and truths unfold through the lives of female friends in one suburban neighborhood, after the mysterious suicide of a neighbor.
Doki (2012 - Current) - Doki (also known as Doki Adventures) is a Canadian animated children's television series produced by Portfolio Entertainment for Discovery Kids. The series debuted on Discovery Kids in Latin America on April 15, 2013. It premiered on Qubo in the USA in 2014.
Molly of Denali (2019 - Current) - Molly of Denali follows the adventures of Alaskan native girl and Vlogger Molly Mabray who along with her family and friends learn about everything on their home state of Alaska and their home in the village of Qyah.
Strawberry Shortcake's Berry Bitty Adventures (2009 - 2014) - Beginning life as a simple greeting-card character, the always-cheerful Strawberry Shortcake has appeared in hundreds of products, from a memorable children's doll with scented hair to the star of numerous TV shows and video releases. This animated series, the third in the franchise, follows the tit...
Mira, Royal Detective (2020 - Current) - The series follows the brave and resourceful girl Mira, a commoner who is appointed to the role of royal detective by the queen and travels throughout her kingdom to help royals and commoners alike.
FIFA World Cup (1954 - Current) - First held in 1930, the FIFA World Cup is television's single most watched and most followed sporting event in the world! Since the first televised World Cup in 1954 over 300 million people worldwide tune into to the event every four years with the 2006 final being the world's most watched sporting...
Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness (2011 - 2016) - Taking place between the first film and the second film, the show follows Po learning how to be the Dragon Warrior while also helping the Furious Five defending the Valley of Peace from other villains.
Kung Fu Panda: The Paws of Destiny (2018 - 2019) - Set after the events from the third film, the show follows Po teaching four Panda kids who were giving ancient chi powers.
Krazy Kat (1962 - 1964) - This show follows the adventures of Krazy Kat, Ignatz Mouse, and Officer Pupp. Ignatz is the mouse that always cause mischief, or mouse-chief. Krazy is the character who loves Ignatz Mouse. Officeer Pupp always arrest him for throwing bricks.
Mickey's Farm (2009 - 2012) - Mickey, a new farm dog, has just moved from the city to the farm with his best friend, Megan. Each episode follows Mickey as he experiences new things on the farm and sometimes gets himself into troublesome situations. With the help of Megan, his friends Guy the Goat and Fiona the Ferret and their M...
Joe and Jack (2012 - 2014) - Joe and Jack is a Canadian/Irish/British/American children's television series airing on Qubo in the United States, and Tiny Pop in the United Kingdom. The series follows a 4-year-old Irish boy named Joe, and his best friend, a blue cat named Jack. Together, they go on adventures using their imagina...
Guess with Jess (2009 - 2013) - Guess with Jess is a British-Canadian-American interactive animated children's television series featuring Jess the Cat from the TV series Postman Pat. The show follows Jess's adventures with his friends on Greendale Farm in London, England, and how they always try to solve each other's problems wit...
Baby Felix and Friends (2000 - 2001) - This involved an infant version of Felix being raised by Felix the Cat. This series only lasted one season. The show followed other similar programs of having younger versions of popular cartoon characters.
DC Super Hero Girls (2019 - Current) - The series follows the adventures of teenage versions of Wonder Woman, Supergirl, Bumblebee, Batgirl, Zatanna, and Green Lantern who are students at Metropolis High School.
Station Zero (1999 - 1999) - The show followed a group of four young African-American and Latino men who ran a fictional public-access television show called Live from the Bronx, where they watched hip hop videos and critiqued them in a similar manner as Beavis and Butt-head.
Mi Recinto (2001 - 2014) - Mi Recinto is an Ecuadorian folkloric comic series of situation that has been transmitted since 2001 by the signal of TC Televisin. The series originated from a sketch of the comic parody program, Ni en Vivo Ni en Directo, where originally it was called Paja Toquilla and shortly after Nuestro Recin...
Time Bokan (1975 - 2018) - The Time Bokan Series ( Taimu Bokan Shirzu) is an anime franchise from Tatsunoko Production. A prominent recognition in Japan, it has made around eight original incarnations, numerous spin-offs (including Yatterman and non-anime appearances) and a modern reboot. The series follows either...
Kerokko Demetan (1973 - 1973) - Kerokko Demetan (English: Demetan Croaker; Demetan, the Boy Frog) is an anime series produced by Tatsunoko Production and developed by Tatsuo Yoshida. It follows a tree frog called Demetan, who migrated with his army family to Rainbow Pond after his siblings were tragically eaten by a salamader. The...
Snoopy in Space (2019 - Current) - The story follows Snoopy as his vision of becoming an astronaut turn into reality, as he and Woodstock tag along with the Peanuts gang on a trip to NASA. They are chosen for an important mission to space - it is said...
Elinor Wonders Why (2020 - Current) - This latest PBS Kids animated series follows Elinor and her friends Ari and Olive as they observe something in nature began to ask questions.
The Eggs (2004 - 2008) - The Eggs follows the colourful adventures of the four anthropomorphic egg college graduates as they continue their mission through the Loonyverse to search out valuable new sounds for their music-loving home planet of Kazoo.
Dokonj Gaeru (1972 - 1982) - Dokonj Gaeru (, English: The Gutsy Frog) is a comedy manga published and serialized in Shueishas Weekly Shonen Jump by Yasumi Yoshizawa between 1970 to 1976. It follows Pyonkichi the frog who was later squashed after middle school boy Hiroshi tripped over, becoming an animated shirt imprin...
Art Chest (1987 - 1989) - Mr. Mihuta returns with his second instructional TV series. Every episode he opens the namesake Art Chest and there is a different follow-along activity inside.
Castlevania (2017 - Current) - Inspired by the popular video game series, this anime series is a dark medieval fantasy. It follows the last surviving member of the disgraced Belmont clan, Trevor Belmont, trying to save Eastern Europe from extinction at the hands of Vlad Dracula Tepes. As Dracula and his legion of vampires prepare...
Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood (2012 - Current) - The animated spin-off of Mister Roger's Neighborhood follows the tales of Daniel Tiger and his friends who are children to the citizens of the neighborhood of Make Believe.
The 7D (2014 - 2016) - A stand alone TV spin-off of Disney's Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs that follows the dwarfs and their adventures.
The Art Maker (1983 - 1985) - In 15-minute episodes beloved art teacher Mr. Mihuta gives "follow along" lessons on arts & crafts. Mr. Mihuta's happiness and general kindness made him an icon of American homes and classrooms in the 80's and 90's.
Legend of the Three Caballeros (2018 - Current) - This web series from Disney follows Donald, Jos, and Panchito as they learned that they are the new Three Caballeros. Aided by Xandra, Goddess of Adventure, they learn to become heroes in order to defend the world against Lord Felldrake.
Once Upon a Time in Wonderland (2013 - 2014) - The short-lived spin-off of Once Upon a Time follows the adventures of Alice as she returns to Wonderland to rescue her lost love Cyrus the Genie.
Misterjaw (1976 - 1976) - Misterjaw was a blue-colored great white shark who liked to leap out of the water and shout "Gotcha!" at unsuspecting folks who would run off in terror. He spoke with a German accent and was known to mispronounce words.
Howard The Duck(1986) - Considered one of the most notorious box-office flops in history (next to the 'Road to Morocco'-ripoff 'Ishtar' with Dustin Hoffman and Warren Beatty the following year), 'Howard the Duck' became the laughing stock of critics and movie-goers alike when it was released in theaters in 1986. If its exe...
Forrest Gump(1994) - It Follows The Life Of Forrest Gump.
Garbage Pail Kids(1987) - Seven disgusting kids but nevertheless of interesting personality are being made of the green mud coming out of garbage can. Once alive their master gives them rules to obey although they think that life is funnier without following stupid regulations like no television or no candy. Naturally this w...
The Exorcist(1973) - Director William Friedkin was a hot ticket in Hollywood after the success of The French Connection, and he turned heads (in more ways than one) when he decided to make The Exorcist as his follow-up film. Adapted by William Peter Blatty from his controversial bestseller, this shocking 1973 thriller s...
The Flintstones(1994) - A live-action take on the popular Hanna-Barbera sitcom, The Flinstones. The movie follows the adventures of a modern stone-age family.
Sesame Street Presents: Follow That Bird(1985) - When a pesky social worker thinks Big Bird should be with his own kind (other birds) instead of living on the diverse Sesame Street, she sends him to a foster with a family of Dodos, but he is not happy and runs away. Big Bird begins a long adventure wandering the country. In the mean time, his frie...
Young Frankenstein(1974) - When the Grandson of Dr. Frankenstein comes to Transylvania to inherit the Frankenstein castle, he follows in his grandfathers footsteps and creates another Frankenstein monster. Possibly the best Mel Brooks movie on record---with many endearing lines use
Men in Black(1997) - Men in Black follows the exploits of agents Kay (Jones) and Jay (Smith), members of a top-secret organization established to monitor and police alien activity on Earth. The two Men in Black find themselves in the middle of the deadly plot by an intergalactic terrorist (Vincent D'Onofrio) who has arr...
Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey(1993) - Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey, Disney's 1993 remake of the 1963 hit The Incredible Journey, follows three household pets as they travel across mountains and plains on their way to find their owners. A misunderstanding leads the animals to mistakenly believe that they have been abandoned by...
Clueless(1995) - Basically the epitome of the 90's teen flick-and one of the best. Loosely based on Jane Austen's Emma, this film follows the life and adventures of upper middle-class Beverly Hills teen Cher Horowitz and her assorted Bronson Alcott High pals. While Cher is busy playing match maker for everyone else,...
Honey, We Shrunk Ourselves(1997) - The Szalinski family once again discovers size really does matter in this follow-up to Honey, I Shrunk the Kids and Honey, I Blew up the Kid. Inventor Wayne Szalinski (Rick Moranis) is preparing to donate his problematic shrinking/expanding machine to the Smithsonian Institution as he and his wife D...
Phantasm(1979) - Mike is being watched over by his older brother Jody. Everywhere Jody goes, mike follows. Jody has little choice in the matter with their parents dead. Then there's Reggie, a musician on the side Ice Crea
Critters(1986) - A massive ball of furry creatures from another world eat their way through a small mid-western town followed by intergalactic bounty hunters opposed only by militant townspeople.
The Pebble and the Penguin(1995) - This heartwarming animated tale, reportedly inspired by a National Geographic documentary, follows the exploits of a shy penguin, Hubie, who is hopelessly enamored with Marina, but must compete with the ultra macho, puffed up Drake, who wants her to be his life mate. In order to win her, one of them...
Interview with the Vampire(1994) - A night in San Francisco, during our time: A young journalist follows a man through the streets and they end up in an anonymous room. When the journalist starts to interview the man, the stranger tells him that he is a vampire, being over 200 years old. The journalist doesn't believe him, but after...
Secret world of og(1983) - Kids go under ground find their lost brother and find green folks who only sa
The Return of Godzilla(1985) - Released in America as the heavily re-edited Godzilla 1985, this 16th Godzilla film ignores all previous sequels and serves as a direct follow-up to the original 195
Jaws: The Revenge(1987) - After another deadly shark attack, Ellen Brody decides she has had enough of New England's Amity Island and moves to the Caribbean to join her son, Michael, and his family. But a great white shark has followed her there, hungry for more lives.
Alice in Wonderland(1951) - A young girl named Alice dreams of a world where everything that shouldn't be, should. She follows a white rabbit down a hole into Wonderland. Her curiousity only finds her farther and farther away from home.
Peter Pan(1953) - Leaving the safety of their nursery behind, Wendy, Michael and John follow Peter Pan to a magical world where childhood lasts forever. But while in Neverland, the kids must face Captain Hook and foil his attempts to get rid of Peter for good.
M.A.S.H.(1970) - The movie that more or less inspired the the hit TV show (even though some folk don't want to admit it). This dark comedy set during the Korean War (though that is never mentioned) told the story of the series off-kilter wacky happenings at the 4077th M*A*S*H unit.This movie follows the antics of Ha...
All Dogs Go To Heaven 2(1996) - When Gabriel's Horn Falls From Heaven, Annabelle Enlists Charlie And Itchy To Recover It, But Once On Earth, Charlie Falls In Love With Sasha LaFleur And Find Out About Dog Collars That Can Make Him And Itchy Solid Again, Following Carface, They Come Across An Elderly Dog Named Red, Who Give's Them...
Ed Wood(1994) - Hollywood visionary Tim Burton pays homage to another Hollywood visionary, albeit a less successful one, in this unusual fictionalized biography. The film follows Wood (Johnny Depp) in his quest for film greatness as he writes and directs turkey after turkey, cross-dresses, and surrounds himself wit...
Dumb And Dumber(1994) - Delivering exactly what its title promises, this celebration of stupidity was Jim Carrey's 1994 follow-up to Ace Ventura: Pet Detective and The Mask. The film pairs the rubber- faced wacky man with Jeff Daniels as the not-so-dynamic duo of Lloyd and Harry, dunderheads who come into the possession of...
Suburban Commando(1991) - In this scifi/comedy Hulk Hogan plays an intergalactic warior named Shep Ramsey who must land on Earth to repair his ship after he accidently damages the dashboard following a deep space battle with his arch enemy General Suitor. The only problem with this is that he hates Earthlings. He then rents...
Return From Witch Mountain(1978) - In this follow-up to ESCAPE TO WITCH MOUNTAIN, Tony (Ike Eisenmann) and Tia (Kim Richards) return to Earth for a vacation. However, that's cut short when egomaniacal Dr. Gannon (Christopher Lee) and his companion Letha (Bette Davis) discover Tony's powers, kidnap him, and attempt to use him to rule...
Beverly Hills Cop(1984) - Axel Foley is a Detroit cop who after the murder of his friend travels to California to investigate and track down the killer, who he believes operate an arts dealership as a cover in Beverly Hills. He teams up with two reluctant detectives from the Beverly Hills police force who were supposed to ke...
Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior(1981) - Director George Miller's follow-up to his own 1979 hit Mad Max is proof that not all sequels are inferior to their originals. If anything, this brutal sci-fi action film is even more intense and exciting than its predecessor, although the state of its post-apocalyptic world has only become worse. Se...
Critters 2: The Main Course(1988) - A batch of unhatched critter eggs are mistaken for Easter eggs by the country-folk inhabitants of Grover's Bend and, before long, the ferocious furballs are on the rampag
Porky's(1982) - Porky's follows the carefree lives of a group of Angel Beach boys in the happy times of the 1950's. Pee Wee, the central character in the film, is hornier than a toad and lusting to lose his virginity to anyone possible; Tommy is the suave, bad boy of the bunch; Meat is a Brooklyn jock whose nickn...
Splash, Too(1988) - In this made for TV follow-up to the Tom Hanks/Daryl Hannah blockbuster SPLASH, Todd Waring (THE RETURN OF THE SHAGGY DOG) and Amy Yasbeck (PROBLEM CHILD, "Wings") take over the roles of Allen and Madison. The pair return from the sea and try to start a new life in suburbia, but when Madison catch...
Night of the Creeps(1986) - Virtually unnoticed during its brief theatrical run, this wildly entertaining horror-comedy achieved healthy cult status following its home-video and cable TV releases. The directorial debut of Fred Dekker (writer of the successful horror parody House), this low-budget effort throws alien monsters,...
Night Of The Living Dead - 1990(1990) - Makeup wizard Tom Savini's color remake of George A. Romero's 1968 classic follows the original almost shot-for-shot, so quality comparisons are somewhat pointless. The film was clearly made for younger viewers who refuse to watch black-and-white films, no matter how good they may be. The result is...
Supergirl(1984) - Supergirl qualifies as one of the most bizarre comic book adaptations ever to hit the silver screen. Bereft of logic or sensible plotting, but featuring a strong cast and slick special effects, the film follows Superman's cousin Kara (played by Helen Slater in her film debut) as she leaves Krypton t...
Freaked(1993) - The manic writing-directing comedy team of Tom Stern and Alex Winter (the latter of Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure and Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey) followed up their deranged short-film collaborations and the short-lived MTV series The Idiot Box with this comic fantasy, which amounts to a virtual c...
The Legend of Billie Jean(1985) - Average Texas teen, Billie Jean Davy, is caught up in an odd fight for justice. She is usually followed and harrased around by local boys, who, one day, decide to trash her brother's scooter for fun. The boys' father refuses to pay them back the price of the scooter. The fight for "fair is fair" tak...
Batman & Mr. Freeze: SubZero(1998) - This feature-length spin-off of Batman: The Animated Series follows the dynamic duo as they battle their ice cold, age old enemy, Mr. Freeze. In his latest nefarious plot, Mr. Freeze has abducted Batgirl as the organ donor needed for a deadly experiment meant to reanimate his old wife, who, until he...
Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree(1966) - In the first Winnie the Pooh featurette, we find Pooh doing his best at wanting to find honey. Some of the following methods he uses include an exercise routine, a balloon and a mud disguse to reach a honey tree, (he never succeeds, unfortunately) and of course, going to Rabbit's house, but he canno...
The Birds(1963) - In THE BIRDS, Alfred Hitchcock's heart-pounding follow-up to PSYCHO, the director couples a tone of rigorous morality with dark humor to create a thriller that begins as a light comedy and ends as an apocalyptic allegory. Tippi Hedren (Melanie Griffith's mother) carries the picture in her first film...
The Adventures of Mark Twain(1986) - Based on elements from the stories of Mark Twain, this feature-length Claymation fantasy follows the adventures of Tom Sawyer, Becky Thatcher, and Huck Finn as they stowaway aboard the interplanetary balloon of Mark Twain. Twain, disgusted with the Human Race, is intent upon finding Halley's Comet a...
The Journey of Natty Gann(1985) - Natty Gann (played by Meredith Salenger) is a twelve year old Depression era girl whose single-parent father leaves her behind in Chicago while he goes to Washington State to look for work in the timber industry. Natty runs away from the guardian she was left with to follow Dad. She befriends and is...
Bride of Boogedy(1987) - Boogedy's trying to come back to Lucifer Falls in this follow-up to the 1986 TV-movie, "Mr. Boogedy," which features half of the cast from the first film. This time around, Mr. Boogedy possesses several people and tries to get them to return his magic cloak to him, which plans to use to again wreak...
Beverly Hills Cop II(1987) - After a good friend of his is shot and left for dead, Detroit cop Axel Foley heads back to Beverly Hills to track down a gang of robbers led by "The Alphabet Bandit".
The Color Purple(1985) - This film follows the life of Celie, a young black girl growing up in the early 1900's. The first time we see Celie, she is 14 - and pregnant - by her father. We stay with her for the next 30 years of her toug
The Martian Chronicles(1980) - Based on Ray Bradbury's classic sci-fi novel, this 1980 mini-series details the events that follow when humans try to set up colony on Mars. The inhabitants of the red planet don't welcome humans with open arms... obviously. Originally aired in three parts, the film features an all-star cast incl...
Rawhead Rex(1987) - Ireland will never be the same after Rawhead Rex, a particularly nasty demon, is released from his underground prison by an unwitting farmer. The film follows Rex's cross country rampage, while a man struggles to stop it.
Poltergeist 3(1988) - Evil spirits follow a young girl from the suburbs to the city in the second follow-up to the blockbuster horror film Poltergeist. Carol Anne Freeling (Heather O'Rourke) is now 12 years old and living with Patricia and Bruce Gardner (Nancy Allen and Tom Skerritt), her aunt and uncle, in a high-rise a...
The Devil and Daniel Mouse(1978) - A young folk singer named Jan sells her soul to the devil, B.L. Zebubb, who turns her into a rock star. But when the B.L. comes to collect her soul, Jan is aided by her boyfriend/former singing partner, Daniel Mouse, and the two try to cheat th
Bartok the Magnificent(1999) - Ace animator Don Bluth directed this direct-to-video follow-up to his 1997 hit Anastasia, concentrating on the adventures of Bartok the Albino Bat (voice of Hank Azaria). Bartok and his best friend, Zozi the Bear (voice of Kelsey Grammer), are now making their way as street performers, but they find...
Follow That Bird(1985) - A social working bird, Miss Finch, convinces Big Bird that he would be happier with his "own kind" and sends him to Ocean View, Illinios to live with the Dodo family. Big Bird becomes lonely and homesick and decides to run away back to Sesame Street. The gang back on Sesame Street hears that Big B...
Chicken Little(2005) - In the small town of Oakey Oaks, a small school bird named Chicken Little brings the whole town to a frenzy when he cries out that the sky is falling and an octagonal piece hit him on the head. The townsfolk are unable to find the piece and his father, Big Cluck assumes it was just an acorn. One yea...
Eraser Head(1977) - Director David Lynch's feature-film debut is a masterpiece of the macabre and grotesque. Reportedly a reaction to the news that he was about to become a father, Lynch's ERASERHEAD follows a sensitive young man as he struggles to cope with impending parenthood. Henry Spencer (Jack Nance) lives in a h...
Flashdance(1983) - A young steel worker/exotic dancer(Jennifer Beals) follows her dreams of becoming a professional dancer.
Dog Day Afternoon(1975) - On a hot Brooklyn afternoon, two optimistic losers set out to rob a bank. Sonny (Al Pacino) is the mastermind, Sal (John Cazale) is the follower, and disaster is the result. Because the cops, crowds, TV cameras and even the pizza man have arrived. The "well planned" heist is now a circus.
Crash and Burn(1990) - In this follow-up to its predecessor Robot Jox, Unicom is a powerful organization overseeing most of the world after its economic collapse. They have banned computers and robots in an attempt to insure "life, liberty, and the pursuit of economic stability". When a Unicom Synth robot infiltrates a so...
Return of the Killer Tomatoes!(1988) - It has been 10 years since the last Killer Tomato has been squished into sauce. To this day the tasty red fruit are banned, and some folks fall in to paroxysms of fear at the mention of tomatoes. Still the general public has been lulled into believing that they are finally safe from the genetically...
The Jungle Book(1967) - The Jungle Book follows the ups and downs of the man-cub Mowgli as he makes his way back to the human village with wise panther Bagheera to escape ruthless tiger Shere Khan. Along the way, he meets unforgettable friends and foes including mad King Louie of the Apes, the hypnotic snake Kaa, and the l...
Celtic Pride(1996) - Two basketball fans, whose enthusiasm overwhelms their intelligence, come up with a new but legally problematic way of helping their favorite team in this comedy. Physical education instructor Mike O'Hara (Daniel Stern) and plumber Jimmy Flaherty (Dan Aykroyd) are close friends and obsessive followe...
Desperately Seeking Susan(1985) - Taken-for-granted housewife Roberta passes the time following the progress of Susan who regularly contacts her boyfriend Jim through the Personals. When she sees the two are meeting in New York Roberta goes along, ending up buying Susan's coat. Finding a locker key in the pocket she in turn advertis...
Silent Night, Deadly Night Part 2(1987) - In this horror sequel, the younger brother of the murderer in the previous film takes up his sibling's unfinished business. Dressed up as Santa Claus, the young man goes on a killing spree, murdering the innocent townsfolk in a variety of gory and gruesome ways.
Caligula(1979) - Caligula follows the exploits and debauchery of the Roman Emperor Caligula and the latter stages of the Roman Empire. The movie had two releases, one "R' rated and one "X" rated (which went into more detail of the debauchery). The movie shows the immorality and decline of the Roman Empire as the p...
House Party 2(1991) - Robin Harris, Christopher Reid's foul-mouthed and irascible father from the original House Party film, died in the interim, but he has a university named after him in this follow-the-dots sequel. Kid (Christopher Reid) has finally made it to college in House Party 2, but not without problems. Sent t...
Return of the Living Dead Part II(1988) - A virtual remake of its predecessor, Return of the Living Dead (1985), which itself was a tongue-in-cheek rip-off of director George Romero's Night of the Living Dead (1968), this follow-up adheres strictly to a gore and gags formula. Jesse Wilson (Michael Kenworthy), is a young boy being bullied by...
Poltergeist II: The Other Side(1986) - The Freeling family move in with Diane's mother in an effort to escape the trauma and aftermath of Carol Anne's abduction by the Beast. But the Beast is not to be put off so easily and appears in a ghostly apparition as the Reverend Kane, a religeous zealot responsible for the deaths of his many fol...
Robot Carnival(1987) - Nowadays most anime is 300+ episodes of crap no one wants to follow. Back in the 80's, it was so new that the bulk of them were compilations. But this was gold. I recorded this when it came on Sci-Fi Channel along with Vampire Hunter D & Lensman. While it was the third anime I had seen, it was the b...
Movie 43(2013) - A series of interconnected short films follows a washed-up producer as he pitches insane story lines featuring some of the biggest stars in Hollywood.
Scrooge(1970) - Scrooge was designed as a follow-up to 1968's Oliver, the Oscar-winning musicalization of Charles Dickens' Oliver Twist. The umpteenth musical version of Dickens' 1843 novelette A Christmas Carol, Scrooge is blessed with several sprightly Leslie Bricusse songs, including the bonafide hit Thank You V...
Sausage Party(2016) - A parody of Disney and Pixar films (such as Toy Story), "Sausage Party" follows an anthropomorphic sausage who lives in a supermarket and discovers the truth about his existence. He goes on a journey with his friends to escape their fate while also facing a psychopathic douche who wants to kill him....
Christmas Evil(1980) - He sees you when you're sleeping, he knows when you're awake, and it's best not to get on his bad side in this quirky thriller that's gained a loyal cult following. Harry Straddling (Brandon Maggart) was traumatized as a child, when late at night on Christmas Eve, he walked into the family living ro...
Super Size Me(2004) - Independent documentary starring Morgan Spurlock. Spurlock's film follows a 30-day period from February 1 to March 2, 2003 during which he ate only McDonald's food. The film documents this lifestyle's drastic effect on Spurlock's physical and psychological well-being, and explores the fast food indu...
Beastmaster 2 Through the Portal of Time(1991) - Beastmaster warps to new york city is this follow-up to the classic film.
House Party 3(1994) - Hip Hop duo Kid & Play return in the second follow-up to their 1990 screen debut House Party. Kid (Christopher "Kid" Reid) is taking the plunge and marrying his girlfriend Veda (Angela Means), while his friend Play (Christopher Martin) is dipping his toes into the music business, managing a roughnec...
Shaft(1971) - a classic blaxploitation film of the seventies followes detective jhon shaft on a mission in harlem to find the daughter of a black mobster.
Critters 3: You Are What They Eat(1991) - The third in the tongue-in-cheek horror series liberally cribbed from Gremlins (1984) features an early performance from future heartthrob Leonardo DiCaprio and was filmed simultaneously with its follow-up. This time out, it's an urban family who picks up one of the fast-multiplying beasties while o...
That's Entertainment!(1974) - That's Entertainment! is a 1974 compilation film released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer to celebrate its 50th anniversary. It was followed by two sequels and a related film called That'
Fortress 2: Re-Entry(2000) - In this follow-up to Fortress, Stuart Gordon's 1993 sci-fi adventure drama, John Brennick (Christopher Lambert) and his wife Karen (Beth Toussaint) are once again on the run in a totalitarian regime of the future, where a multi-national corporation called Men-Tel has taken control of the world. Whil...
Dead Presidents(1995) - Albert Hughes and his brother Allen Hughes followed their striking debut Menace II Society with this ambitious look at the social and political lives of the African-American community in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Anthony Curtis (Larenz Tate) is a young man coming of age in the Bronx in 1968. W...
Boogie Nights(1997) - A young Man is discovered clearing tables at a night club in 1977 by a Porn director. He eventually runs away from home and is soon thereafter introduced to the world of Adult Entertainment. He is immediately successful and the film follows him throughout his life as a rising, and falling star....
Singles(1992) - Set amidst the burgeoning Seattle alternative music scene of the early '90s, Singles follows a group of twentysomethings as they try to find love and try to come to terms with their passage into adulthood. Arranged as an episodic comedy, the film follows a group of friends who live in the same apart...
Amistad(1997) - This Steven Spielberg-directed exploration into a long-ago episode in African-American history recounts the trial that followed the 1839 rebellion aboard the Spanish slave ship Amistad and captures the complex political maneuverings set in motion by the event. Filmed in New England and Puerto Rico,...
Halloween is Grinch Night(1977) - The Grinch comes back to Whoville on Halloween night, along with his trusty sidekick Max, with intentions of spoiling the town festivities. Little does the Grinch know that young Ukariah Who is about to foil his plans. This Halloween follow-up to "Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas!" plays...
La Bamba(1987) - This is the true story Ritchie Valens a young rock & roll singer who tragically died in an aircrash at the age of 17. The film follows Ritchie from his days in Paicoma, California where he in and his family makes a meagre living working at plantations to his rise as a star. The film also focus on Ri...
Wild Hearts Can't Be Broken(1991) - Based on a true story, Disney's family film Wild Hearts Can't Be Broken follows the adventures of a 1920s teenager named Sonora Webster (Gabrielle Anwar), who runs away from her foster home to join a carnival. At the carnival, she gets a job as a stunt rider who leaps with her horse into a tank of w...
The Three Musketeers(1993) - This comedy-adventure is one of several adaptations of Alexadre Dumas' (pere) classic novel. Provincial swordsman D'Artagnan (Chris O'Donnell) travels to Paris to follow in his father's footsteps and become a king's guard, a musketeer. Meanwhile, the evil royal advisor Cardinal Richelieu (Tim Curry)...
Angels in the Endzone(1997) - Wonderful World of Disney's follow-up to ANGELS IN THE OUTFIELD. This time around, Christopher Lloyd and the angels return to help out a school's football team. Also stars Paul Dooley and Matthew Lawrence.
Death Wish II(1982) - Paul Kersey's (Charles Bronson) self-appointed one-man vigilante squad goes bi-coastal in Michael Winner's sequel to his Death Wish. Kersey has taken up residence in Los Angeles, but lunatic violence follows him across the country like toilet paper sticking to his shoe. Kersey's Spanish cook is imme...
Mission: Impossible(1996) - Mission: Impossible (also known in the Blu-ray release as M:I) is a 1996 American action spy film directed by Brian De Palma, produced by and starring Tom Cruise. Based on the television series of the same name, the plot follows a new agent, Ethan Hunt (Cruise) and his mission to uncover the mole wh...
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer: The Movie(1998) - Bill Kowalchuk produced and directed this animated interpretation of the familiar Christmas fable about the eccentric reindeer, highlighted by nine musical numbers. Following the song's basic outline, dad Blitzen is embarrassed by the antics of cute yet offbeat Rudolph who has a glowing nose, gets d...
Snowboard Academy(1997) - This goofy low-budget comedy follows a group of maverick misanthropes as they try to save the struggling title school from financial ruin.
The Town That Dreaded Sundown(1976) - Set in a post World War II era (1946), the town of Texarkana, Texas just begins to settle back to normality this is shortly lived when murderer only know as The Phantom Killer begins a series of murders throughout the town. It follows the local law enforcement officials quest to try and find the rea...
Allan Quatermain and the Lost City of Gold(1986) - After his brother Robeson disappears without a trace while exploring Africa in search of a legendary 'white tribe', Allan Quatermain decides to follow in his footsteps to learn what became of him. Soon after arriving, he discovers the Lost City of Gold, controlled by the evil lord Agon, and mined by...
Terror Firmer(1999) - The story follows a low budget film crew led by their blind director,Larry Benjamin, who is trying to create art. Like all the crazy things that happen on a troma set, now the crew has to deal with a serial killer. Production assisstant Jennifer has to struggle between the two men in her life who w...
Venus Wars(1989) - In the 21st century, mankind lives on two worlds. Following the collision of an ice asteroid, massive terraforming has made Venus a planet now capable of supporting life. Colonists from Earth tamed the hostile world and have thrived for four generations. But they also brought the darker side of huma...
Sgt. Kabukiman N.Y.P.D.(1991) - Detective Harry Griswold is a incompetent NYPD cop that is following a murder case around Kabuki actors. During one of the Kabuki performances he unwillingly obtains the powers of Kabukiman. Harry first denies his new powers but as crime continues to raise across the city he finally faces to his des...
Curly Sue(1991) - Bill Dancer and his young companion Curly Sue are the classic homeless folks with hearts of gold. Their scams are aimed not at turning a profit, but at getting enough to eat. When they scam the rich and beautiful Grey Ellison into believing she backed her Mercedes into Bill, they're only hoping for...
Earth Girls Are Easy(1988) - Three furry, crazy aliens crash land in a California girls pool. Comedy, music and romance follow.
The Quick and the Dead(1995) - Ellen, an unknown female gunslinger rides into a small, dingy and depressing prairie town with a secret as to her reason for showing up. Shortly after her arrival, a local preacher, Cort, is thrown through the saloon doors while townfolk are signing up for a gun competition. The pot is a huge sum of...
The Bride with White Hair(1993) - Following on the success of 1987's Chinese Ghost Story, Hong Kong was inundated with romantically themed tales of the supernatural. Most were awful, but Ronny Yu's The Bride With White Hair has become a classic of the genre. Based on a two-volumed 1954 novel written by Leung Yu-Sang, the film tells...
Highlander III: The Final Dimension(1994) - In feudal Japan, Connor McLeod, the immortal highlander, seeks out an immortal master of illusion in order to learn the magician's art. He is unknowingly followed by an evil immortal, Kane, who want Connor's head. They fight and Connor gets away while Kane is trapped in a cave. Now in the present Co...
El da de la bestia(1995) - Spanish filmmaker Alex de la Iglesia followed his outlandish sci-fi/horror debut, Accion Mutante, with this colorful apocalypse fantasy about Father Angel (Alex Angulo), a scholarly priest whose intensive research into cabalistic "Bible Code" prophecies leads to a horrific discovery: the exact birth...
The Bogus Witch Project(1999) - In the spring of 1999, two filmmakers entered the Maryland woods to shoot a mock-documentary called The Blair Witch Project. It quickly became one of the most profitable independent films of all times. A number of other filmmakers soon followed the original filmmakers into the woods, creating a numb...
Cape Fear(1991) - Martin Scorsese's remake of Cape Fear provided the director with a box-office success to follow up the critical success of the previous year's Goodfellas. After serving a lengthy prison sentence for a sexual assault, Max Cady (Robert De Niro) comes calling on the man who served as his public defende...
The Spy Who Loved Me(1977) - When a massive underwater craft abducts U.S. and Russian submarines, global tensions are heightened to the brink of war. In order to find the true culprit, James Bond joins forces with beautiful Russian secret agent Anya Amasaova (Barbara Bach). Together they follow a trail that leads to Karl Stromb...
White Fang 2: Myth of the White Wolf(1994) - Disney filmed its version of the Jack London story in 1991 and followed with this sequel four years later. Besides the presence of a dog named White Fang and its setting in the Alaska Gold Rush days, the story bears no resemblance to London's original story. Jack Conroy (Ethan Hawke), the hero of th...
Revenge of the Pink Panther(1978) - The sixth Pink Panther comedy was the last to star Peter Sellers (the following film in the series incorporated previously unseen footage), and it was also the last in the series to show any signs of genuine inspiration. It's a weak entry in the Panther pantheon, involving a rather mundane plot abou...
Party Plane(1990) - Featuring plenty of female nudity and weak attempts at ribald humor this soft-core sex comedy follows a gaggle of buxom stewardess who save their struggling charter airline by stripping for their business clientele while airborne.
Trancers 4: Jack of Swords(1994) - Trancers 4: Jack of Swords follows the time-traveling policeman Jack Deth into another dimension, where aliens called the Trancers are keeping the natives as food. Deth's mission is to save the population from the Trancers.
Watchers(1988) - Based on the novel by Dean R. Koontz, this film follows the escape of an intelligent dog from a top-secret government experiment and his meeting with young Travis (Corey Haim). The boy and the dog soon become fast friends, but problems crop up when the canine's "partner," a large, deadly, orange cre...
Bride of Re-Animator(1990) - Loosely adapted from H.P. Lovecraft's Herbert West Re-Animator comes this sequel to one of the wildest, bloodiest, and funniest horror films to ever come down the pipe. Set eight months after the gruesome events of the first film, the follow-up opens with the demented Dr. Herbert West (Jeffrey Co...
Flirtiing(1991) - Australian filmmaker John Duigan followed up his captivating The Year My Voice Broke with Flirting. Noah Taylor repeats his "Danny" characterization from the earlier film, while Thandie Newton plays a Ugandan exchange student who attends an Australian girls boarding school. Billeted at a nearby boy'...
Chaplin(1992) - The biography of Charlie Chaplin, filmmaker extraordinaire. From his formitive years in England to his highest successes in America, Charlie's life, work, and loves are followed. While his screen characters were extremely hilarious, the man behind "The Little Tramp" was constantly haunted by a sense...
Mr. Holland's Opus(1996) - A music teacher gets a teaching job at a high school that goes from the sixties into the nintees. The film follows his life, triumphs, and turmoil.
Beverly Hills Cop III(1994) - The third entry in the popular Beverly Hills Cop series finds Detroit cop Axel Foley (Eddie Murphy) returning yet again to Southern California, this time on the trail of two car thieves turned murderers. As he teams up again with L.A. cop Billy Rosewood (Judge Reinhold), Foley's investigation leads...
Speed 2: Cruise Control(1997) - Indications were that this action sequel was in trouble before production began, when the male lead from the first film, Keanu Reeves, declined a role in the follow-up. Sandra Bullock returns as Annie Porter, an accident-prone ditz who is thrilled when her boyfriend Alex (Jason Patric) presents her...
High Plains Drifter(1973) - A gunfighting stranger comes to the small settlement of Lago. After gunning down three gunmen who tried to kill him, the townsfolk decide to hire the Stranger to hold off three outlaws who are on their way.
I Woke Up Early The Day I Died(1998) - Aris Iliopulos directed this campy comedy utilizing schlock filmmaker Ed Wood's last unproduced screenplay. Stock footage and old hygiene films are intercut with this near-silent story following a cross-dresser (Billy Zane), who escapes from the Casa de la Loco Sanitarium, manages to acquire some mo...
Folks!(1992) - In this comedy, stockbroker Jon Aldrich (Tom Selleck) is the man who has it all, until his ill, aging parents (Don Ameche and Anne Jackson) move in with him. As his perfect life begins to disintegrate bit by bit, Jon becomes more and more depressed and disillusioned. Finally, broke and friendless, J...
Short Cuts(1993) - Based on stories by Raymond Carver, Short Cuts follows 22 Los Angeles residents whose lives intersect over the course of a few days. Ann and Howard Finnegan (Andie MacDowell and Bruce Davison) are preparing for their son Casey's birthday party when the boy is injured in an auto accident and falls in...
Bloodstone: Subspecies 2(1993) - Charles Band's Full Moon Productions followed up their vampire hit Subspecies by returning to Romania for two sequels. This second entry begins with the revival of master vampire Radu (Anders Hove) by his legions of homunculi (the "subspecies" of the title, neat stop-motion beasties who only appear...
Repossessed(1990) - This is almost a follow-up to its relative The Exorcist, since it stars Linda Blair, also the leading lady in the '70s head-spinner tale. In Repossessed, a grown-up Blair plays a housewife who becomes possessed by the Devil while watching TV. Leslie Nielsen plays Father Mayii, who gets called to exo...
Q & A(1990) - Following Serpico (1973) and Prince of the City (1981), veteran urban crime film director Sidney Lumet completed a thematic trilogy about New York City police corruption with this noir drama. When New York City cop Mike Brennan (Nick Nolte) shoots an unarmed Hispanic drug dealer in cold blood, he qu...
Zeus & Roxanne(1997) - This children's story of a dog and a dolphin borrows heavily from family movies of the past. Zeus is a dog who follows a neighbor, a marine biologist named Mary Beth (Kathleen Quinlan), to work one day. Aboard a ship, the dog meets Roxanne, a dolphin that Mary Beth is studying. When she sees the dog...
Wise Guys(1986) - Harry Valentini and Moe Dickstein are both errand boys for the Mob. When they lose $250,000, they are set up to kill each other. But they run off to Atlantic City and comedy follows.
My Summer Story(1994) - My Summer Story, originally released as It Runs in the Family, is a 1994 film that follows the further adventures of Ralphie Parker and his family from the holiday hit A Christmas Story. Like the previous film, it is based on semi-autobiographical stories by Jean Shepherd, primarily from his book In...
Tromeo and Juliet(1997) - A modern punk, Troma adaptation of Shakespear. Film follows Tromeo and Juliet and their families hate each other leading them to kill their selves.
Robby the Rascal(1985) - In this Taiwanese movie, we follow a cute (if rather dysfunctional and hyperactive) robot and his many adventures with his robot and children pals. Meanwhile, the diabolical megalomaniac robot inventor Horus the Third wants to take advantage of Robby and Robby's inventor, Dr. Art Deco, so he and his...
The Island of Dr. Moreau(1996) - A big-budget remake of the H.G. Wells story (previously filmed in 1977), The Island of Dr. Moreau follows a shipwrecked sailor (David Thewlis) who stumbles upon a mysterious island. He's shocked to discover that a brilliant scientist (Marlon Brando) and his lab assistant (Val Kilmer) have found a wa...
A Star Is Born(1976) - Following in the grandness of the 1937 Janet Gaynor/Fredric March original and the 1954 Judy Garland/James Mason remake comes Barbra Streisand and Kris Kristofferson in the 3rd version of one of the screen's tragic love stories. The longtime career of rock star John Norman Howard has started to dec...
My Bloody Valentine(1981) - Twenty years ago, in the small town of Valentine Bluffs, an explosion took the lives of a group of coal miners down in the Hanniger Mine. However, one miner, named Harry Warden survived the blast and was send to a mental hospital. The following year, he returned to town and killed the two supervis...
Irreconcilable Differences(1984) - They have spent almost ten years together but now Casey Brodsky is ready to go out on her own and files for divorce...from her parents. Tired of being caught in the custodial crossfire of her constantly feuding folks and feeling ignored and alienated, the nine-year-old child's case sets off the med...
Wild Things(1998) - In this erotic thriller, high school guidance counselor Sam Lombardo (Matt Dillon) falls under the fire of accusations of raping students Kelly Van Ryan (Denise Richards) and Suzie Toller (Neve Campbell). What follows is a string of twists, turns and acts of vengeance. From director John McNaughton...
They Saved Hitler's Brain (aka Madmen of Mandoras)(1963) - Years after World War II, Hitler still lives. He was saved by his loyal Nazi followers that had removed his head and put it into a jar so he could have another chance to rule the world once again. In the 1960's the Nazi officers that are left attempt to resurrect the Fhrer's empire in the So...
Real Men(1987) - Jim Belushi plays a super-competent secret agent on the trail of Russian thugs. John Ritter plays a milquetoast dad who gets mixed up in the caper. The story follows their adventures over the course of a week, in which Ritter develops some guts and Belushi gets in touch with his sensitive side.
Kingdom of the Spiders(1977) - Investigating the mysterious deaths of a number of farm animals, vet Rack Hansen discovers that his town lies in the path of hoards of migrating tarantulas. Before he can take action, the streets are overrun by killer spiders, trapping a small group of towns folk in a remote hotel.
Ciao! Manhattan(1972) - Written and directed by John Palmer and David Weisman, Ciao! Manhattan is the semi-biographical tale of 1960s counterculture icon Edie Sedgwick. Ciao! follows young Susan Superstar (Sedgwick) through her tumultuous party years in Manhattan as one of Warhol's Superstars. Through actual audio recordin...
The Stoned Age(1994) - Released in 1994, The Stoned Age follows the misadventures of two stoners over one night of cruising the strip.
The Burning(1981) - A caretaker at a summer camp is burned when a prank goes tragically wrong. After several years of intensive treatment at hospital, he is released back into society, albeit missing some social skills. What follows is a bloody killing spree with the caretaker making his way back to his old stomping gr...
Unlikely Angel(1996) - Dolly Parton stars in this holiday film as a singer who dies in a car accident. She's given a chance at redemption by returning to Earth to play nanny for a family that was torn apart following the death of their matriarch. Roddy McDowell co-stars as the devilishly holier-than-thou Saint Peter.
Beyond Witch Mountain(1982) - This little-known follow-up to ESCAPE TO and RETURN FROM WITCH MOUNTAIN first aired on "The Wonderful World of Disney" in 1982. Tony (Andy Freeman) and Tia (Tracey Gold) return to Earth to find their uncle's lost grandson, but it isn't long before Aristotle Bolt (Efrem Zimbalist Jr.) discovers that...
I Drink Your Blood(1970) - A band of satanist hippies roll into a town and begin terrorizing the local folk. They rape a local girl and her grandpa goes after them. He fails and is given LSD. This bothers his grandson and he gets back at the hippies by feeding them meat pies infected with blood from a rabid dog. They turn int...
The Portrait of a Lady(1996) - Isabel Archer, an American heiress and free thinker travels to Europe to find herself. She tactfully rebuffs the advances of Caspar Goodwood, another American who has followed her to England. Her cousin, Ralph Touchett, wise but sickly becomes a soulmate of sorts for her. She makes an unfortunate al...
The Red Balloon(1957) - Albert Lamorisse's classic French film about a boy and his unlikely friendship with a giant, red balloon. The balloon seems to have a mind and will of its own, and it follows the boy wherever he goes, wreaking havoc and creatin
Transformers Zone(1990) - OVA movie is a follow-up to transformer
People From Space(1999) - Directed by Marc Berlin, People From Space follows Missy, Sean, Felicia, and Bob throughout what began as a typical lazy Saturday morning. Bored, the foursome set off in search of a supposed alien crash site detailed in the paper. (Apparently, the people responsible for locating the site would recei...
Barenaked In America(1999) - Were it not for Alanis Morissette, Barenaked Ladies would probably have been the biggest pop act to come out of Canada in the 1990s. Entirely male and generally fully clothed, the band scored a number of multi-platinum albums in their home country and enjoyed a healthy following in America before th...
Legend of the Chucapabra(1998) - Three filmmakers find themselves in grave danger when they set out to document a regional folk myth (sound at all familiar?) in this thriller. The Chupacabra has been described as the Latin American equivalent to Bigfoot; the name "Chupacabra" translates as "goat sucker," since the creature's favori...
How U Like Me Now?(1992) - Set on the south side of Chicago, How U Like Me Now? is a comedy that captures the lifestyles of several twenty-something African Americans. Centering on a slacker named Thomas (Darnell Williams) and his ambitious girlfriend Valerie (Sally Richardson), the film follows the couple as they decide whet...
Without You I'm Nothing(1990) - Based on Sandra Bernhard's off-Broadway show of the same name, this film follows the comedian as she attempts to win over a less-than-enthusiastic audience with her satirical portrayals of a variety of popular figures and stereotypes.
There Was a Crooked Man...(1970) - There Was a Crooked Man is a 1970 western comedy starring Kirk Douglas and Henry Fonda and directed by Joseph L. Mankiewicz. The film follows Paris Pitman (Douglas), a charismatic criminal who ends up in jail, and his attempts to escape the prison of warden Lopeman (Fonda).
Dr. Giggles(1992) - The psychopathic son of a mass-murdering doctor, escapes from his mental institution to seek revenge on the town where his father was caught. The giggling doctor kills his victims with a surgical theme. His goal being to give one of the townfolk a heart transplant.
Femalien 2(1998) - Two aliens come to Earth seeking their missing comrade, Kara, and find that she has taken an intense interest in human sexual behavior. As they follow along on her path, a nerdish UFO type and his fiance track them, while a mysterious "man in black" track
Talent for the Game(1991) - Sammy Bodean is the newest, most promising recruit according to the advertisement of the California Angelsand has to prove it come game time. Following the team's sale to young business whiz Gil Lawrence (Terry Kinney), ex-player Virgil Sweet (Edward James Olmos) has to prove himself as the team's...
Hoffa(1992) - Danny DeVito tries hard to give his biopic Hoffa an epic scope, yet he just misses the mark. Starring Jack Nicholson as Jimmy Hoffa, the film traces the life, career and mysterious disappearance of the labor leader. Hoffa follows the rise of the controversial figure through his early work during the...
Out of Sight(1998) - Steven Soderbergh directed this crime caper adapted from the novel by Elmore Leonard. When ex-con Jack Foley (George Clooney) robs a bank, his car goes dead, and Foley lands in a Florida prison. His escape from prison doesn't go as planned, since it's witnessed by deputy federal marshal Karen Sisco...
The Game(1997) - Director David Fincher followed the success of his dark and atmospheric crime thriller Seven (1995) with another exercise in stylish film noir, this time lifting the pallid atmosphere a notch to indulge in a fast-paced trip through the cinematic funhouse. Michael Douglas plays Nicholas Van Orton, a...
The Thin Red Line(1998) - The return of director Terrence Malick to feature filmmaking after a twenty year sabbatical, this World War II drama is an elegiac rumination on man's destruction of nature and himself, based on James Jones' semi-autobiographical novel, his follow-up to From Here to Eternity. James Caviezel stars as...
Nashville(1975) - Producer-director Robert Altman mixes equal amounts of music and politics in a multi-layered slice of America that follows 5 days leading up to a political rally for Replacement Party candidate Hal Phillip Walker and along the way we see the lives of 24 characters made up of various stars, aspirants...
Blue in the Face(1995) - Fox plays Pete Maloney. Blue in the Face was filmed over a five-day period as a follow-up to Wang's 1995 movie Smoke.Madonna performs a "Singing Telegram" song in one scene of the movie.
Breaker! Breaker!(1977) - Breaker! Breaker! is a 1977 film starring Chuck Norris. The story follows a truck driver, John David "J.D." Dawes (Norris), who must infiltrate a desert town and save his brother, Billy (Michael Augenstein), who is imprisoned by the town's corrupt judge (George Murdock). The majority of the movie, h...
Don't Look Now(1973) - Nicolas Roeg's third film--after the brash PERFORMANCE (1970) and meditative WALKABOUT (1971)--is a haunting thriller that confirmed the director's status as a true visionary. Based on a story by Daphne Du Maurier, DON'T LOOK NOW follows a grieving English couple to Venice, where the past continues...
The Crow: City Of Angels(1996) - The second film in the series follows Ashe, who with the help of Sarah who has experience with the Crow, to take down Judah Earl and his gang of thugs. Also, just like in the original he has the same powers and emotions as Eric Draven. The Film stars Vincet Perez, Mia Kerscher, Iggy Pop, Richard Br...
Copycat(1995) - Criminal profiler and psychologist Dr. Helen Hudson becomes entangled in the deadly mind game of a vicious copycat serial killer Peter Foley. Due to the horrific attack Helen suffered in her past as an agoraphobic she is confined to her apartment. The killer uses this against her in his murderous at...
Curse of The Pink Panther(1983) - Following where "Trail of The Pink Panther" left off, with Inspector Clouseau gone, France now calls on New York's greatest Policeman named Cliff Sleigh (Ted Wass) to continue the investigation of The Pink Panther diamond. Roger Moore makes a cameo in this film.
Marvin: Baby Of The Year(1989) - This animated special based on the popular comic strip follows the adventures of 1-year old Marvin Miller. In this story, Marvin is being babysitted by his grandparents who enter both him and his cousin Megan, in the local "Baby of the Year" contest, while his parents are away for the weekend.
American Angels: Baptism Of Blood(1989) - Lisa (Jan McKenzie) wants to follow in the footsteps of her wrestler grandfather. She joins a female wrestling promotion called American Angels, and she finds that things will be rough.
SPACE ADVENTURE COBRA: the movie(1982) - The intergalactic bounty hunter Jane Flower is followed home from a nightclub by a man who professes love for her and reveals he is Cobra, one of the most wanted criminals in the galaxy. Jane is one of three triplet sisters who are the princess heirs to the wandering planet Dakobar. She drags him on...
Christiane F.(1981) - This movie portrays the drug scene in Berlin in the 70s, following tape recordings of Christiane F. 14 years old Christiane lives with her mother and little sister in a typical multi-storey apartment building in Berlin. She's fascinated by the 'Sound', a new disco with most modern equipment. Althoug...
Jinxed(1982) - Harold, a professional gambler, and his girlfriend Bonita, a lounge singer, follow Willie, a young blackjack dealer, around the western U.S. Harold has a jinx on Willie and can't lose with him. Bonita and Willie meet and fall for each other and plot to do away with Harold and collect on his life ins...
Goof Troop Christmas(1992) - Big-hearted Goofy tries to go all out to give Max a great Christmas but as usual catastrophe follows Goofy's intentions. Excellent Christmas message of Family, Friends and Love conveyed.
The Transformers: Five Faces Of Darkness(1986) - A Two Hour TV Movie That Is A Follow Up To The Movie.
Shaft's Big Score!(1972) - the sequel to the 1971 academy award winning movie shaft follows main character-john shaft a black detective from Harlem solves a other mystery though the fil grossed a bit less then the first is made almost 11 million dollars.
Norma Jean and Marilyn(1996) - This film follows Norma Jean from her simple, ambitious youth to her sex star pinnacle and back down. She moves from lover to lover in order to further her career. She finds fame but never happiness, only knowing seduction but not love. Until one day, she becomes none other than Marilyn Monroe! In d...
Big Shots(1987) - Following the death of his father, suburbanite Obie runs away from home and winds up on Chicago's South Side. After being mugged, he befriends con artist Scam. The two then embark on a Down South adventure involving gangsters, the police, and a search for Scam's father.
Godspell(1973) - Based on the gospel according to St. Matthew and the Broadway musical, a group of disciples are called upon by John the Baptist to follow and learn Jesus through the streets of modern day New York City. Enacting the parables through song, dance, comedy and mime the day ends with the last supper and...
Leon(1994) - Lon, the top hit man in New York, has earned a rep as an effective "cleaner." But when his next-door neighbors are wiped out by a loose-cannon DEA agent, he becomes the unwilling custodian of 12-year-old Mathilda. Before long, Mathilda's thoughts turn to revenge, and she considers following in L...
North by Northwest(1959) - Directed by Alfred Hitchcock, A New York advertising executive Roger Thornhill is kidnapped by a gang of spies led by Philip Vandamm, who believe Thornhill is CIA agent George Kaplan. Thornhill escapes, but must find Kaplan in order to clear himself of a murder it is believed he committed. Following...
Tammy and the Doctor(1963) - Tammy(Sandra Dee) accompanies Mrs.Call(Beulah Bondi) to a Los Angeles hospital,where Call is scheduled to have surgery.Tammy finds herself following for one of the doctors(Henry Fonda).Third film in the series that began with"Tammy and the Bachelor"(1957).
La Cage Aux Folles II(1980) - The sequel to La Cage Aux Folles has homosexual nightclub owner Renato and his transvestite companion/lover Albin becoming involved with the local cops and foreign spies when Albin unwittingly gets his hands on a role of stolen microfilm. The gay couple then hide out in Renato's native Italy, but fi...
Gnomeo & Juliet(2011) - The animated tale Gnomeo & Juliet knowingly follows the quintessential star-crossed lovers tragedy Romeo and Juliet, with the unexpected twist of making the characters garden gnomes that can move when human beings aren't watching. Though Gnomeo and Juliet belong to feuding garden-gnome families, the...
Steamboy(2004) - Steamboy ( Suchmubi?) is a 2004 Japanese steampunk animated action film produced by Sunrise, directed and co-written by Katsuhiro Otomo, his second major anime release, following Akira. The film was released in Japan on July 17, 2004. Steamboy is one of the most expensive Japanese animated...
The Devil Rides Out(1968) - A Duke(Christopher Lee) tries to protect his friends and family from a Satanist(Charles Gray) and his followers.
Before Sunrise(1995) - Before Sunrise is a 1995 American romantic drama film directed by Richard Linklater and written by Linklater and Kim Krizan. The film follows Jesse (Ethan Hawke), a young American man, and Cline (Julie Delpy), a young French woman, who meet on a train and disembark in Vienna, where they spend the n...
The Devils Rejects(2005) - In this sequal to House of 1000 Corpses, Captain Spaulding,Otis,and Baby are on the run from the police following the events of House of 1000 Corpses.
Certain Fury(1985) - During a shooting in court young prostitute Scarlet manages to flee. In a state of confusion, the black Tracy, who was arrested for a minor delict, follows her. When she decides to leave Scarlett, an accident makes it impossible. So they're bound together on a flight from the police and some of the...
Escaflowne: The Movie(2000) - Hitomi Kanzaki is in a very depressed mood. She only wants to sleep and fade away. Her misery summons Lord Folken who sends her to Gaea. The people of Gaea think she is the Wing Goddess, who can call upon the legendary Dragon Armor called Escaflowne. On Gaea, King Van, the sole survior of the White...
Varsity Blues(1999) - Varsity Blues is a 1999 American coming-of-age sports comedy-drama film directed by Brian Robbins that follows a small-town high school football team and their overbearing coach through a tumultuous season. The players must deal with the pressures of adolescence and their football-obsessed community...
Ziegfeld Follies(1945) - The late, great impresario Florenz Ziegfeld looks down from heaven and ordains a new revue in his grand old style.
Thirteen Ghosts(2001) - Thirteen Ghosts (also known as 13 Ghosts and stylized as THIR13EN GHOSTS) is a 2001 Canadian-American horror film directed by Steve Beck. It is a remake of the 1960 film 13 Ghosts by William Castle. It follows the remake of another one of Castle's films, House on Haunted Hill. It was shot entirely a...
The Decline Of Western Civilization Part III(1998) - The Decline of Western Civilization III is a 1998 documentary film that follows the gutter punk lifestyle of homeless teenagers.
La Cage Aux Folles(1978) - Two gay men living in St. Tropez have their lives turned upside down when the son of one of the men announces he is getting married. They try conceal their lifestyle and their ownership of the drag club downstairs when the fiance and her parents come for dinner.
Jumper(2008) - Following up his blockbuster action hit "Mr. and Mrs. Smith", director Doug Liman turns to an entirely new genre -- sci-fi -- for this tale of an underground world of teleporters. Based on the novel by Steven Gould, "Jumper" concerns David (Hayden Christensen), a young man who quite literally wills...
Good Will Hunting(1997) - Good Will Hunting is a 1997 American drama film directed by Gus Van Sant and starring Matt Damon, Robin Williams, Ben Affleck, Minnie Driver, and Stellan Skarsgrd. Written by Affleck and Damon, and with Damon in the title role, the film follows 20-year-old South Boston laborer Will Hunting, an unre...
Bambi II(2006) - Picking up in between the original movie, Bambi follows his father, the Great Prince, into the forest after his mother's death and the Great Prince must teach the young fawn, and his friends Thumper, Flower and Owl, how a deer survives in the forest. But the Great Prince finds that his high-spirited...
The Last House on the Left(2009) - The Last House on the Left is a 2009 American film directed by Dennis Iliadis and written by Carl Ellsworth and Adam Alleca. It is a remake of the 1972 film of the same name, and stars Monica Potter, Tony Goldwyn, Garret Dillahunt, and Sara Paxton. The film follows the parents (Goldwyn and Potter) o...
A State of Mind(2004) - A State of Mind is a 2004 documentary film directed by Daniel Gordon and produced by Nicholas Bonner. The film follows two North Korean child gymnasts and their families for over eight months during training for the 2003 Pyongyang mass games. The film won two awards at the North Korean Pyongyang Int...
Revolt of the Zombies(1936) - Armand falls in love with Claire, who accepts his proposal of marriage to spite Clifford, whom she really loves. Later, when Claire runs to Cliff for comfort following an accident, Armand breaks the engagement, leaving her free to marry Cliff. Further accidents caused by Mazovia result in the native...
Now You See Me(2013) - A team of talented illusionists called "The Four Horsemen" are investigated by a resolute FBI agent following a series of brazen heists that leave their audiences swimming in cash while draining the bungling bank accounts of unscrupulous business leaders. Morgan Freeman, Michael Caine, and Melanie L...
A Day For Thanks On Waltons' Mountain(1982) - Third Waltons reunion movie has most of the family split up on the days approaching Thanksgiving, c. 1946. But most of the family begins to arrive at Walton's Mountain begging with John-Boy recovering from a case of writers block in New York followed by Jason now a struggling musician as well as Joh...
Ice Princess(2005) - A teenager is torn between her desire to please her mother and following her own ambitions in this family-friendly comedy drama. Casey Carlyle is a high-school student who has a keen mind for math and looks to be on the fast track to Harvard, which is just the way her mother want it. However, Casey...
Poison Ivy(1992) - The always challenging transition from adorable child performer to sexy adult star was achieved flamboyantly by actress Drew Barrymore with this erotic drama that unfolds like a paranoia-drenched "Lolita" (1962). Sylvie Cooper is a misanthropic student at a private high school for children of the pr...
Transporter 2(2005) - Transporter 2 (French: Le Transporteur 2) is a 2005 French action thriller film directed by Louis Leterrier and produced by Luc Besson. It is the sequel to The Transporter (2002), and is followed by Transporter 3 (2008). The film stars Jason Statham, Alessandro Gassman, Amber Valletta, Kate Nauta, F...
Bobby(2006) - Bobby is a 2006 American drama film written and directed by Emilio Estevez, and starring an ensemble cast. The screenplay is a fictionalized account of the hours leading up to the June 5, 1968 shooting of U.S. Senator Robert F. Kennedy in the kitchen of The Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles following...
Doom(2005) - Doom is a 2005 science fiction action film directed by Andrzej Bartkowiak. It is loosely based on the video game series of the same name created by id Software. The film follows a group of marines in a research facility on Mars. After arriving on a rescue and retrieval mission after communications c...
Love At Large(1990) - A down and out private detective is asked by a beautiful woman to follow her lover because she thinks he may be planning to kill her. Due to her poor description she's in danger. He ends up following the wrong man, but discovers the wrong man has some sleazy secrets himself. Meanwhile another detect...
Pootie Tang(2001) - Pootie Tang, the musician/actor/folk hero of the ghetto, is chronicled from his early childhood to his battles against the evil Corporate America, who try to steal his magic belt and make him sell out by endorsing addictive products to his people. Pootie must learn to find himself and defeat the evi...
Love Shack(2010) - A dysfunctional family of adult film stars reunites for a memorial porn shoot following the death of legendary producer Mo Saltzman. Along the way, the film's hapless director must contend with dueling divas, bickering couples, emotionally-scarred tag-team brothers, and a dominatrix with low self-es...
Ooga Booga(2013) - Ooga Booga follows an innocent African American law student who is brutally murdered by dirty cops, but his soul is magically transferred into an action figure named Ooga Booga. With on his tribal spear and old girlfriend to help he takes to the streets and trailer parks to find the men that ended h...
Hannah and Her Sisters(1986) - Hannah and Her Sisters is a 1986 film following the lives of a troubled family between two Thanksgivings. It's one of Woody Allen's most popular films, usually grouped with Annie Hall and Manhattan as top critical and fan favorites. Until the release of Midnight in Paris in 2011, this was also the m...
Alice's Restaurant(1969) - Alice's Restaurant is a 1969 American comedy film co-written and directed by Arthur Penn. It is an adaptation of the 1967 folk song "Alice's Restaurant Massacree," originally written and sung by Arlo Guthrie. The film stars Guthrie as himself, with Pat Quinn as Alice Brock and James Broderick as Ray...
The Scarlett O'Hara War(1980) - This TV movie follows the trials and tribulations of David O. Selznick as he attempts to find an actress to play the role of Scarlett O'Hara in Gone with the Wind.
Teamster Boss: The Jackie Presser Story(1992) - For a generation, the mobs main money machine was the Teamsters Union. When Jimmy Hoffa disappeared, the fight was on to see who could follow him. Jackie Presser was the son of a long time union board member and when he retired, Jackie was elevated to one of the most powerful position in the country...
Immortal Beloved(1994) - Immortal Beloved is a 1994 film about the life of composer Ludwig van Beethoven (played by Gary Oldman). The story follows Beethoven's secretary and first biographer Anton Schindler (Jeroen Krabb) as he attempts to ascertain the true identity of the Unsterbliche Geliebte (Immortal Beloved) addresse...
Home for the Holidays(1995) - Home for the Holidays is a 1995 family comedy-drama film directed by Jodie Foster and produced by Peggy Rajski and Foster. The screenplay was written by W. D. Richter, based on a short story by Chris Radant. The film's score was composed by Mark Isham. The film's narrative follows Claudia Larson, a...
Sin: The Movie(2000) - In Sin, Blade must unravel a series of mysterious kidnappings. As he delves into the city's merciless underworld, an elaborate mystery unfold; at is heart, the SinTEK corporation and its leader, the ruthless and beautiful Elexis Sinclair. A Brilliant biochemist, Sinclair will stop at nothing to achi...
Little Einsteins: Our Huge Adventure(2005) - Our Huge Adventure (titled as: Little Einsteins: Our Big Huge Adventure) is a direct-to-video American interactive animated musical adventure film that was released on August 23, 2005 by Walt Disney Home Entertainment. The film was followed by the TV series Littl
Grave of the Fireflies(1988) - A devastating meditation on the human cost of war, this animated tale follows Seita (Tsutomu Tatsumi/J. Robert Spencer/Adam Gibbs), a teenager charged with the care of his younger sister, Setsuko (Ayano Shiraishi/Rhoda Chrosite/Emily Neves), after an American firebombing during World War II separate...
The Private Files Of J. Edgar Hoover(1977) - The story of the late J. Edgar Hoover, who was head of the FBI from 1924-1972. The film follows Hoover from his racket-busting days through his reign under eight U.S. presidents.
Race For The Yankee Zephyr(1981) - In a lake high in the mountains of New Zealand hunter Gibbie Gibson discovers a plane wreck from ww-ii. When he tells it around, a gang of crooks follows and threatens him and his daughter, because they know there are 50 million dollars in the wreck. Helicopter pilot Barney helps Gibbie against them...
Whisper of the Heart(1995) - Based on the manga with the same title, this animated film follows Shizuku, an inquisitive young girl and a voracious reader, who longs to be a writer when she grows up. One day she notices that all of her library books have previously been taken out by one Seiji Amasawa. Amid chasing after a large...
Lupin III: The Castle of Cagliostro(1979) - Tracking the legendary counterfeits known as "Gothic Bills," international thief Arsene Lupin III arrives at the Duchy of Cagliostro. Once there, he nearly rescues a damsel in distress from the Regent's guards. Following his failure, Lupin takes it upon himself to save her from captivity.
Female Prisoner Scorpion: Jailhouse 41(1972) - After spending a year in solitary confinement, Matsu escapes from prison with six more convicts, followed by the guards led by the vengeful warden who wants her dead at all costs.
Snow White: The Sequel(2007) - It follows what happens to Snow White and Prince Charming after their marriage, including the Prince's sexual trysts with Sleeping Beauty and Cinderella. Prince Charming was supposed to live long and happily with Snow White after kissing her back to life. However the jealous 'good' fairy decides tha...
Ghost in the Shell: The New Movie(2015) - In the year 2027, a year following the end of the non-nuclear World War IV, a bomb has gone off in Newport City, killing a major arms dealer who may have ties with the mysterious 501 Organization. Public Security official Daisuke Aramaki hires full-body cyber prosthesis user and hacker extraordinair...
Sherlock Jr.(1924) - A kindly movie projectionist (Buster Keaton) longs to be a detective. When his fiance (Kathryn McGuire) is robbed by a local thief (Ward Crane), the poor projectionist is framed for the crime. Using his amateur detective skills, the projectionist follows the thief to the train station -- only to fi...
xXx(2002) - xXx (spoken as "Triple X") is a 2002 action film starring Vin Diesel, who stars as the rebellious Genius Bruiser Xander Cage, a fugitive stuntman pressed into service by the NSA chief Samuel L. Jackson. What follows is a series of action-movie-setting "tests" of Xander to see if he is ready for the...
The Great Ziegfeld(1936) - This biography follows the ups and downs of Florenz Ziegfeld, famed producer of extravagant stage revues.
MacArthur(1977) - The story of General of the Army Douglas MacArthur, Supreme Allied Commander during World War II and United Nations Commander for the Korean War. "MacArthur" begins in 1942, following the fall of Phillipines, and covers the remarkable career of this military legend up through and including the Korea...
Lloyd's Of London(1936) - Blake is in love with an aristocratic woman whose husband seriously injures him. Blake's friendship with Lord Nelson provides the basis for Blake's part in the growth of Lloyd's insurance business following the Battle of Trafalgar. Only very slightly based on history.
The King Of Kings(1927) - Mary Magdalene becomes angry when Judas, now a follower of Jesus, won't come to her feast. She goes to see Jesus and becomes repentant. From there the Bible story unfolds through the Crucifixion and Resurrection.
Invasion USA (1952)(1952) - A group of people at a bar witness the unfolding events of a Soviet invasion of the USA.
Butterfly(1982) - Judge Rauch holds a lengthy trial against Jess Tyler, a caretaker deserted by his wife ten years before, who's accused of improper relations with his daughter Kady. Complications follows when Wash, father of Kady's baby, comes back to take her away.
Death Of A Centerfold: The Dorothy Stratten Story(1981) - This TV movie starred Jamie Lee Curtis as the late Playboy Playmate.
Legally Blonde(2001) - When a blonde sorority queen is dumped by her boyfriend, she decides to follow him to law school to get him back and, once there, learns she has more legal savvy than she ever imagined.
Follow Me(1969) - In this early surf documentary, a trio of surfers, 2 male and one female, go around the world looking for some good waves
The Longest Yard(1974) - The Longest Yard is a 1974 American sports comedy film directed by Robert Aldrich, written by Tracy Keenan Wynn and based on a story by producer Albert S. Ruddy. The film follows a workaholic resident (Burt Reynolds) recruiting the group of prisoners and playing football against their guards.
The Arena(1974) - Female gladiators fight to the death. Inspired by the story of Spartacus, follow the adventures of a bevy of slave girls who, upon finding themselves thrust into the gladiator ring, mount a vicious rebellion to fight their way to freedom.
Assault on Precinct Thirteen(1976) - In Los Angeles, the street gangs unite and declare war to the police. Meanwhile, a father stops his car in a suburb and his daughter goes to an ice-cream truck to buy a ice-cream. She is murdered in cold blood by a member of one gang. The father follows the guy, kills him with many shots and runs to...
Rugrats Go Wild(2003) - The third feature film based on the animated series. The Rugrats and their parents are about to go on vacation on an exotic cruise, but after missing their ship, are forced to follow on a dinky boat Stu rented from the South Seas. After a tropical storm capsizes the boat and they are forced to aband...
Twin Warriors a.k.a. Tai Chi Master(1993) - World-reowned martial arts superstar Jet Li powers this nonstop action thriller about two boys who grow up together...then see their lives take off in opposite directions Junbao joins a group of political rebels while his old friend tienbao becomes the follower of a ruthless military regime.
Fame(1980) - At the New York City High School for the Performing Arts, students get specialized training that often leads to success as actors, singers, etc. This movie follows six students from the time when they audition to get into the school, through graduation. They are the brazen Coco Hernandez, shy Doris...
The Final Days(1989) - This was a TV movie based on a book by Woodward and Bernstein. It was their follow-up to "All The President's Men", and, as can be judged from the title, it profiled the end of the Nixon presidency.
Palindromes(2004) - In this follow up of Welcome To the Dollhouse, thirteen-year-old Aviva Victor (cousin of Dawn Wiener) wants to be a 'mom'. She does all she can to make this happen, and comes very close to succeeding, but her plan is thwarted by her sensible parents. She runs away, still determined to get pregnant,...
Georgia(1995) - This is the story of two sisters -- one talented and the other passionate -- and the rivalry that binds them together. Georgia is a gifted, well-adjusted and successful folk singer who is also happily married with children. Her younger sister Sadie is a punk rocking rebel who aspires to stardom but...
Hedwig and the Angry Inch(2001) - Hedwig and the Angry Inch is a 2001 American musical comedy-drama film based on the stage musical of the same title about a fictional rock band fronted by an East German transgender singer touring the United States as she tells her life story and follows the ex-boyfriend/bandmate who stole her songs...
Boss N*****(1975) - Two black bounty hunters ride into a small town out West in pursuit of an outlaw. They discover that the town has no sheriff, and soon take over that position, much against the will of the mostly white townsfolk. They raise hell, chase women, and milk the locals for cash, while waiting for the oppor...
A Town Called Hell(1971) - A group of Mexican revolutionaries murders a town priest and a number of his christian followers. Ten years later, a widow arrives in town intent to take revenge from her husband's killers.
Sunrise At Campobello(1960) - The story of Franklin Roosevelt's bout with polio at age 40 in 1921 and how his family (and especially wife Eleanor) cope with his illness. From being stricken while vacationing at Campobello to his triumphant nominating speech for Al Smith's presidency in 1924, the story follows the various influen...
The Ambulance(1990) - Josh Baker meets a very special woman, Cheryl, in the streets of New York. Suddenly she collapses, and she's picked up by an ambulance. When Josh wants to visit her in the hospital, it appears that she hasn't been admitted in the hospital. Josh follows the roommate of Cheryl, and she disappears afte...
Scream And Scream Again(1970) - A serial killer, who drains his victims for blood is on the loose in London. The police follow him to a house owned by an eccentric scientist.
It Came From Outer Space(1953) - A spaceship from another world crashes in the Arizona desert, and only an amateur stargazer and a schoolteacher suspect alien influence when the local townsfolk begin to act strange.
Halloween II(2009) - Picking up exactly where Rob Zombie's Halloween left off, evil has a new destiny. Michael Myers is presumed dead, but his body was never found. The following year, Laurie Strode is trying to deal with her trauma in therapy while Dr. Loomis promotes his book about Michael and the murders. But when H...
Beyond The Darkness(1979) - A young rich orphan loses his fiance to voodoo doll mischief on the part of his housekeeper who is jealous of his attentions. He digs his girlfriend up, cleans her out, stuffs her, and puts her in bed at the mansion. Following this, he tries out and disposes of a series of young maidens, trying to...
King Corn(2007) - King Corn is a 2007 documentary film released in October 2007 following college friends Ian Cheney and Curtis Ellis (directed by Aaron Woolf) as they move from Boston to Greene, Iowa to grow and farm an acre of corn. In the process, Cheney and Ellis examine the role that the increasing production of...
Million Calorie March: The Movie(2008) - Million Calorie March: The Movie is a 2008 American documentary film directed by, co-produced by and starring Gary Michael Marino, an author, speaker and anti-obesity activist. The film follows Marino as he embarks on a 1,200-mile (1,900 km) fundraiser and awareness walk, the Million Calorie March,...
Sleepwalking(2008) - The drama follows a 12-year-old girl's struggle to come to terms with her mother's abandonment.
Dumb and Dumberer: When Harry Met Lloyd(2003) - Dumb and Dumberer: When Harry Met Lloyd is a 2003 American comedy film and the prequel to Dumb and Dumber (1994). The film was directed by Troy Miller and based on the characters created by the Farrelly brothers from the original film. The film follows Lloyd Christmas in high school before he became...
Shiloh(1996) - An abused beagle runs away from his cruel owner (Judd Travers) and meets Marty Preston. The dog follows the boy home but is not allowed to stay. So Marty makes shelter from an abandoned shack at the top of a hidden hill for the dog to stay in for the next few weeks. Marty bonds with the dog and name...
Twenty Bucks(1993) - Twenty Bucks is a 1993 film that follows the travels of a $20 bill from its delivery via armored car in an unnamed American city through various transactions and incidents from person to person until it is finally torn up.
Dangerous Game(1987) - Five Sydney youths who break into a department store are followed by an Irish policeman who they had caused to be suspended from his job earlier that day. Inside, he inadvertently kills one of them, then attempts to get rid of the others.
Superbabies: Baby Geniuses 2(2004) - The last film directed by Bob Clark before his death. Following on from the plot of the last movie, four babies can communicate with each other using 'baby talk', and have knowledge of many secrets. The baby geniuses become involved in a scheme by media mogul Bill Biscane, later revealed to be known...
The Dreaming(1988) - A woman doctor starts having terrifying visions after an aboriginal woman is brought to her hospital for treatment following her being caught in a raid on a museum where aboriginal artifacts are held.
It's Spring Training, Charlie Brown(1992) - The special follows the spring training of Charlie Brown's baseball team, which is having problems. A child named Leland (Ruby's little brother) joins the team. Lucy points out that they are the only team without uniforms, so Charlie Brown and his team train hard for the first game of the season. Th...
Thank You For Smoking(2005) - Thank You for Smoking is a 2005 comedy-drama film written and directed by Jason Reitman and starring Aaron Eckhart, based on the 1994 satirical novel of the same name by Christopher Buckley. It follows the efforts of Big Tobacco's chief spokesman, Nick Naylor, who lobbies on behalf of cigarettes usi...
Undertow(2004) - The Munns, father John and sons Chris and Tim, recede to the woods of rural Georgia. Their life together is forever changed with the arrival of Uncle Deel, though the tragedy that follows forces troubled Chris to become a man.
Life Is a Circus, Charlie Brown(1980) - Snoopy is lying on top of his doghouse when he hears music. He follows the music and finds a circus unloading. Among other animals, he sees three poodles, and immediately latches onto the white one (whom the audience later learns is named Fifi). He follows her to the entrance of the big top with his...
Subspecies 4: Bloodstorm(1998) - Vampire Fledgling Michelle Morgan has escaped the grasp of her master Radu Vladislas. Found by a woman named Ana, she is taken to a hospital where a doctor claims to be able to cure her vampirism. Radu, recovering from the near-death delivered by Michelle and her friends, travels to Bucharest to fol...
Shrieker(1998) - Clark, a young Mathematics major at University, thinks she's found the best deal for student housing: a group of squatters who live in an abandoned hospital secretly. The quirky residents let her into their community provided she follow the rules, including not telling anyone about her living arrang...
The Babysitters(2007) - The Babysitters is a 2007 independent drama film directed by David Ross. It stars John Leguizamo, Cynthia Nixon and Katherine Waterston. The story follows a teenager who turns her babysitting service into a call girl service for married men after fooling around with one of her customers.
Resident Evil: Extinction(2007) - Resident Evil: Extinction is a 2007 British-Canadian science fiction action horror film and the third installment in the Resident Evil film series based on the Capcom survival horror series Resident Evil. The film follows the heroine Alice, along with a group of survivors from Raccoon City, as they...
His Secret Life(2001) - AIDS doctor Antonia's husband is killed by a car. She gets depressed until she learns he had been cheating on her with a man. Following her newly born curiosity for life, she goes to see her husband's lover, Michele, and finds a huge apartment that he shares with gay and transgendered friends, inclu...
Alexander(2004) - Follows the life and death of the legendary Macedonian warlord Alexander The Great who managed to conquer most of the known world by the time he was 21.
Lobster Man From Mars(1989) - Young film student tries to sell his weird movie to a desparate film producer who is in need of a tax write-off. The producer screens the film "Lobster Man From Mars". What follows is one of the most bizarre and funny film within-a-film sendups: Mars suffers from an air leakage, and send the dreaded...
Surf's Up(2007) - A documentary crew follows the events of Cody Maverick, a teenage rockhopper penguin who has wanted to be a professional surfer ever since a visit from surf legend Zeke "Big Z" Topanga several years ago. When a talent scout shorebird named Mikey arrives to find entrants for the "Big Z Memorial" surf...
The Original Kings Of Comedy(2000) - February 26 and 27, 2000, the Original Kings of Comedy play Charlotte, NC. The themes are Blacks and Whites, men and women, old-school and hip-hop. Steve Harvey emcees, celebrates '70s music and lyrics of love, and pokes at folks in the front row. D.L. Hughley mines racial differences and talks abou...
Michael Jackson's This Is It(2009) - Documentary film directed by Kenny Ortega. The movie follows the late king of pop Michael Jackson and his rehearsals for the concert series of the same name which were later cancelled after his death in June 2009. The film features Jackson's rehearsals of dances and directing his team as well as beh...
Spider-Man 3(2007) - Set a few months after the events of Spider-Man 2, the story follows Peter Parker as he prepares for his future with Mary Jane Watson, and faces three new villains: Uncle Ben's true killer, Flint Marko, who becomes the Sandman after a freak accident; Harry Osborn, his former friend, who is now aware...
National Treasure(2004) - Benjamin Franklin Gates (Nicolas Cage) is a historian and amateur cryptologist, and the youngest descendant of a long line of treasure hunters. Though Ben's father, Patrick Henry Gates, tries to discourage Ben from following in the family line, as he had spent over 20 years looking for the national...
Paranormal Activity 2(2010) - After experiencing what they think are a series of "break-ins", a family sets up security cameras around their home, only to realize that the events unfolding before them are more sinister than they seem.
Metallica: Some Kind Of Monster(2004) - A documentary crew followed Metallica for the better part of 2001-2003, a time of tension and release for the rock band, as they recorded their album St. Anger, fought bitterly, and sought the counsel of their on-call shrink.
The Absent-Minded Professor(1961) - Professor Brainard (pronounced BRAY-nerd) is an absent-minded professor of physical chemistry at Medfield College who invents a substance that gains energy when it strikes a hard surface. This discovery follows some blackboard scribbling in which he reverses a sign in the equation for enthalpy to en...
Love Liza(2002) - Following the unexplained suicide of his wife Liza, a web designer turns to gasoline fumes and remote-control airplanes while avoiding an inevitable conflict with his mother-in-law.
Hairspray(2007)(2007) - Based on the 2002 Broadway musical of the same name, which in turn was based on John Waters's 1988 comedy film of the same name. Set in 1962 Baltimore, Maryland, the film follows the "pleasantly plump" teenager Tracy Turnblad as she pursues stardom as a dancer on a local TV show and rallies against...
I'm Going to Tell You a Secret(2005) - The second documentary movie about mega pop-star Madonna. Theis film followed the events of her 2004 Re-Invention World Tour. The film also followed the same styles as her film "Truth or Dare" with concert performances in color and backstage footage in black & white. The movie first showed on MTV in...
Playing Beatie Bow(1986) - An adolescent girl who lives in 1986 Sydney and cannot get along with her single mother follows a little girl who she sees one day and discovers she has gone back in time to 1873 Sydney.
Night Of The Living Dead 3D(2006) - Both an homage to and a re-imagining of the original 1968 film, this update follows a group of survivors trapped in a farmhouse battling a siege of undead zombies....in 3D!
The Brink(2006) - A group of people follow up on some supernatural experiments done by Thomas Edison...Things get scary.
The Devil Dared Me To(2007) - "The Devil Dared Me To" follows the story of daredevil stuntman Randy Cambell and his quest to follow in his late father's footsteps and become New Zealand's greatest daredevil stuntman. Ever since growing up as a young boy on a remote New Zealand sheep-farm, Randy has dreamed of performing the ulti...
[Rec](2007) - A television reporter and cameraman follow emergency workers into a dark apartment building and are quickly locked inside with something terrifying.
Following(1998) - A young writer who follows strangers for material meets a thief who takes him under his wing.
High School Musical 3: Senior Year(2008) - The third and final part of Disney's High School Musical trilogy and the only part released to theaters. This latest sequel follows high school seniors Troy, Gabriella, Sharpay, Ryan, Chad, and Taylor as they are faced with the challenging prospect of being separated after graduating from high schoo...
W.(2008) - A hilarious take on the life and presidency of George W. Bush from his college life at Yale university all the way through his presidency, 9-11, to the Iraq War. Josh Brolin takes the role of America's 43rd Commander in Chief and his eventful life in the third film in the trilogy following "JFK" and...
Lone Wolf McQuade(1983) - J.J. McQuade is a Texas Ranger who doesn't exactly follow the rules, is unruly, and prefers to work alone, which earns the nickname, Lone Wolf McQuade. When he discovers some criminals have automatic weapons, he discovers that they were stolen from the military. He tries to handle on his own, as usu...
The Amazing Spider-Man(2012) - After Peter Parker is bitten by a genetically altered spider, he gains newfound, spider-like powers and ventures out to save the city from the machinations of a mysterious reptilian foe. This was an attempted reboot of the Spider-Man franchise following the previous film trilogy.
Doraemon: Nobita and the New Steel TroopsWinged A(2011) - Nobita follows him there after he has gone for a long time, and discovers a strange bowling ball-like orb which starts blinking with a pulsating light, and summons what looks like a giant robots foot. After sledding down the hill on it and having it crash into his room through the Anywhere Door, th...
Houseboat Horror(1989) - A film crew go with a rock band to a lake to make a film clip while staying on a houseboat, not knowing that a hideously disfigured, deranged murderer is at large and is following them. Once there, he commences murdering the film crew one by one in grisly ways.
Trollhunter(2010) - A group of students investigates a series of mysterious bear killings, but learns that there are much more dangerous things going on. They start to follow a mysterious hunter, learning that he is actually a troll hunter.
A Big Hand For The Little Lady(1966) - Comedy western in which a traveler bets more money than he can afford in a poker game, and unusual events follow.
The Interpreter(2005) - Political intrigue and deception unfold inside the United Nations, where a U.S. Secret Service agent is assigned to investigate an interpreter who overhears an assassination plot.
Psychomania(1973) - A gang of young people call themselves the Living Dead. They terrorize the population from their small town. After an agreement with the devil, if they kill themselves firmly believing in it, they will survive and gain eternal life. Following their leader, they commit suicide one after the other, bu...
Peeper(1975) - Set in the 1940s, the story follows a private eye on a case to find a long lost daughter of an oddball client. Two goons are on a mission to stop him.
In The Folds Of The Flesh(1970) - The guests of a villa are killed off one by one by their hosts. Incest, decapitations and a cyanide bath feature amongst the other bizarre delights.
Amazing Grace And Chuck(1987) - A little league player named Chuck refuses to ever pitch again until nuclear weapons are disarmed. Basketball star "Amazing Grace" Smith follows the boy's example, and starts a trend.
Every Little Step(2008) - Follows the plight of real-life dancers as they struggle through auditions for the Broadway revival of "A Chorus Line". Also investigates the history of the show and the creative minds behind the original and current incarnations.
Speedy Delivery(2008) - Speedy Delivery is a 2008 documentary film directed and produced by Paul B. Germain. The film follows the life story of David Newell, better known as Mr. McFeely from the children's television show Mister Rogers' Neighborhood. This was released two months after the series' 40t
I Saw What You Did(1965) - Two teenage girl decide to have an evening of fun by making prank calls with the following "I saw what you did, and I know who you are.". However as go through the night they call a man who has recently killed his wife. The man takes them seriously and attempts to hunt them down to silence them pre...
Hotel(1967) - A historical New Orleans hotel struggles to financially survive while the dramas of its various guests unfold.
Rage Of Honor(1987) - Tanaka, a DEA agent, and his partner Ray are after a bunch of drug dealers. But they are betrayed by an insider and Ray is killed. Tanaka follows the culprit, a sadistic drug lord, down to Argentina.
Risen(2016) - Risen is a 2016 American biblical drama film directed by Kevin Reynolds and written by Reynolds and Paul Aiello. The film stars Joseph Fiennes, Tom Felton, Peter Firth, and Cliff Curtis, and details a Roman soldier's search for Yeshua's body following his resurrection. Columbia Pictures released the...
Hoop Dreams(1994) - Hoop Dreams is a 1994 American documentary film directed and produced by Steve James, Frederick Marx, and Peter Gilbert, with Kartemquin Films. It follows the story of two African-American high school students in Chicago and their dream of becoming professional basketbal
A Cinderella Story(2004) - A Cinderella Story is a 2004 American teen romantic comedy film directed by Mark Rosman, written by Leigh Dunlap and stars Hilary Duff, Chad Michael Murray, Jennifer Coolidge and Regina King. A modernization of the classic Cinderella folklore, the film's plot revolves around two Internet pen pals wh...
City Lights(1931) - City Lights is a 1931 American pre-Code silent romantic comedy film written, produced, directed by, and starring Charlie Chaplin. The story follows the misadventures of Chaplin's Tramp as he falls in love with a blind girl (Virginia Cherrill) and develops a turbulent friendship with an alcoholic mil...
Accepted(2006) - Accepted is a 2006 American comedy film directed by Steve Pink and written by Adam Cooper, Bill Collage and Mark Perez. The plot follows a group of high school graduates who create their own fake college after being rejected from the colleges to which they applied. The story takes place in Wickliffe...
Billy Crystal: Don't Get Me Started(1986) - In this parody of "Spinal Tap," a documentary film crew follows comic Billy Crystal as he prepares for a concert; the second half of the film is the actual concert itself.
The Conjuring 2(2016) - The Conjuring 2 (known in the UK and Ireland as The Conjuring 2: The Enfield Case) is a 2016 American supernatural horror film, directed by James Wan. Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga reprise their roles as paranormal investigators and authors Ed and Lorraine Warren from the first film. The film foll...
The Curse of La Llorona(2019) - The Curse of La Llorona (also known as The Curse of the Weeping Woman in some markets) is a 2019 American supernatural horror film directed by Michael Chaves, in his feature directorial debut, and written by Mikki Daughtry and Tobias Iaconis. Based on the Latin American folklore of La Llorona, the f...
Pokmon-Zoroark: Master of Illusion(2010) - Released to theaters in Japan in 2010 and later on Cartoon Network in the US in 2011. It is the most anticipated event of the year, and as hundreds flock to Crown City to watch an exciting competition unfold, Ash, Pikachu, and his friends encounter a mysterious new Pokmon they have never seen befor...
Pokmon: Mewtwo Strikes BackEvolution(2019) - Released to Japanese theaters in 2019 followed by streaming services in the US, this is a CGI remake of the very first film "Mewtwo Strikes Back". When researchers discover and exploit a fossil of the Mythical Pokmon Mew, they unleash a creation that goes against the very laws of nature: Mewtwo, a...
Incredibles 2(2018) - The story follows the Parr family as they try to restore the public's trust in superheroes while balancing their family life, only to combat a new foe who seeks to turn the populace against all superheroes.
Toy Story of Terror!(2013) - This special follows the toys on a road trip, when a flat tire leads Bonnie and her mother to spend the night in a roadside motel. After Mr. Potato Head goes missing, the others begin to search for him, but they find themselves caught up in a mysterious sequence of events that leads them to a big co...
Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked(2011) - Two years following the second film, the Chipmunks and the Chipettes are going on a cruise to the International Music Awards. After an incident, the chipmunks and the humans wind up stranded on an abandoned island.
Black Christmas (2019)(2019) - Part of the Black Christmas series, this is a loose second remake of the 1974 Canadian film Black Christmas, after the 2006 film, and follows a group of sorority sisters at Hawthorne College as they are preyed upon by an unknown stalker. The film stars Imogen Poots, Aleyse Shannon, Lily Donoghue, Br...
Curious George 2: Follow That Monkey!(2008) - Picadilly's Amazing Show has come to town but when George befriends his elephant Kayla, he sees that Kayla is not happy and wants to reunite her with her family. Meanwhile, Ted is trying to make his case to become the Science Museum's new curator.
How to Train Your Dragon(2010) - In a mythical Viking world a young Viking teenager named Hiccup aspires to follow his tribe's tradition of becoming a dragon slayer. After finally capturing his first dragon, a Night Fury, and with his chance at last of gaining the tribe's acceptance, he finds that he no longer wants to kill the dra...
Despicable Me 3(2017) - Gru teams up with his long-lost twin brother Dru in order to defeat a new enemy named Balthazar Bratt, a former child actor, obsessed with the 1980s, who grows up to become a villain after having his show cancelled following adolescence.
Justin Bieber: Never Say Never(2011) - Featuring the single worst excuse of a pop-star ever expelled from Hollywood's rear-end, The film follows pop star Justin Bieber during 10 days counting down to what is considered his biggest performance, that of August 31, 2010 in Madison Square Garden, which sold out in 22 minutes. It shows footag...
My Little Pony: The Movie(2017) - Based on the animated television series "My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic", the plot follows the alicorn Twilight Sparkle, her five pony friends collectively known as the "Mane 6" and her dragon friend Spike embarking on a quest to save their home of Equestria from an evil conqueror while gai...
The Crow: Wicked Prayer(2005) - Eddie Furlong dons the makeup in The Crow: Wicked Prayer, the fourth installment in The Crow film series. This tale follows Jimmy Cuervo, a down-on-his-luck ex-con living in a polluted mining town on an Indian reservation that would run him out of town if not for the remainder of his probation. With...
Miami Cops(1989) - The adventures of a cop whose father was killed by drug smugglers. With the help of his partner, the officer must follow the murderer and break up the ring.
The Legend of Frosty the Snowman(2005) - Frosty the Snowman befriends a young boy named Tommy Tinkerton in the town of Evergreen, an upbeat but decrepit town where every kid has to follow harsh rules and having fun is discouraged. When word gets out that Tommy has befriended a fun-loving snowman he becomes an outcast in the town. Meanwhile...
Krampus(2015) - Krampus is a 2015 American Christmas comedy horror film based on the eponymous character from Austro-Bavarian folklore, written and directed by Michael Dougherty, and co-written by Todd Casey and Zach Shields. The film stars Adam Scott, Toni Collette, David Koechner, Allison Tolman, Conchata Ferrell...
Love the Coopers(2015) - The intertwined stories of four generations of Coopers unfold right before the annual family reunion on Christmas Eve. Can they survive the most beautiful time of the year? In the UK this movie was called "Christmas with the Coopers".
Food Of The Gods II(1989) - A growth hormone experiment gets out of hand, when the the resulting giant man-eating rats escape, reaking havoc on the unsuspecting campus. Much blood-letting follows.
Scoob!(2020) - A reboot of the iconic franchise "Scoob!" follows an origin story for Mystery Inc. and how they are joined by Dynomutt and Blue Falcon to solve their most challenging mystery: The origin of Mystery Inc.'s mascot in conjunction with Dick Dastardly's plot to cause a global "dogpocalypse" within the un...
Space Chimps(2008) - Jeff Daniels, Stanley Tucci, Cheryl Hines, and Andy Samberg lend their voices to this computer-animated comedy following the descendants of the first chimps in space as they blast off for fun and adventure on a far-away planet. Ham III (Samberg) is the grandson of Ham, the first-ever chimp astronaut...
Gnomeo & Juliet(2011) - The animated tale Gnomeo & Juliet knowingly follows the quintessential star-crossed lovers tragedy Romeo and Juliet, with the unexpected twist of making the characters garden gnomes that can move when human beings aren't watching. Though Gnomeo and Juliet belong to feuding garden-gnome families, the...
Strangers(1992) - Erotic anthology mini-series about Americans in Paris turned TV movie that consists of three unrelated episodes each created by different notable director and cast. The mini-series/TV movie was followed by a short lived TV series.
Little Gobie(2010) - An Christmas-themed 3D CGI movie from China, which has a exciting plot in which no other Xmas movie can unfold.
Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story(2004) - Vince Vaughn and Ben Stiller stars in a film Written and Directed by Rawson Marshall Thurber. The "true story" follows a group of misfits entering a Las Vegas dodgeball tournament to save their cherished local gym from the onslaught of a corporate health fitness chain.
America: Imagine the World Without Her(2014) - America: Imagine the World Without Her is a 2014 American political documentary film by Dinesh D'Souza based on his book of the same name. It is a follow-up to his film 2016: Obama's America (2012). In the film, D'Souza contends that parts of United States history are improperly and negatively highl...
Fahrenheit 11/9(2018) - Fahrenheit 11/9 is a 2018 American documentary by filmmaker Michael Moore about the 2016 United States presidential election and presidency of Donald Trump. The film is a follow-up to Moore's Fahrenheit 9/11 (2004), a documentary about the presidency of George W
Grown Ups 2(2013) - After moving his family back to his hometown to be with his friends and their kids, Lenny finds out that between old bullies, new bullies, schizo bus drivers, drunk cops on skis, and four hundred costumed party crashers sometimes crazy follows you.
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1(2014) - Following her rescue from the devastating Quarter Quell, Katniss Everdeen awakes in the complex beneath the supposedly destroyed District 13. Her home, District 12, has been reduced to rubble by the Capitol. Peeta Mellark was kidnapped by the Capitol and is now brainwashed and being held captive by...
The Magic Flute(1975) - The Queen of the Night offers her daughter Pamina to Tamino, but he has to bring her back from her father and priest Sarastro. She gives a magic flute to Tamino and magic bells to the bird hunter Papageno, who follows Tamino and wants to find a wife. The duo travels in a journey of love and knowledg...
Shanghai Surprise(1986) - Shanghai, 1938: A missionary woman hires a fortune hunter to help her find 1100 lbs. opium lost, as wounded need the morphine. Adventure and romance follows.
The Tomb(1986) - A tomb robber steals artifacts from an unmarked tomb in Egypt and sells them to different archeologists in America. This displeases the immortal woman whose tomb has been desecrated, so she follows the artifacts to America, where she busies herself extracting revenge for the theft.
Bears(2014) - A documentary that follows an Alaskan bear family as its young cubs are taught life's most important lessons. Released by Disneynature this film was narrated by John C. Riley.
Penguins(2019) - This coming-of-age story follows an Adlie penguin named Steve, who joins fellow males in the icy Antarctic spring on a quest to build a suitable nest, find a life partner and start a family. The American release of the film is narrated by Ed Helms.
The Wolverine(2013) - Following the events of X-Men: The Last Stand, Logan travels to Japan, where he engages an old acquaintance in a struggle that has lasting consequences. Stripped of his healing powers, Wolverine must battle deadly samurai while struggling with guilt over Jean Grey's death. The second film in the "Wo...
Unfriended: Dark Web(2018) - After finding a laptop, a young man goes online to play a game with five of his good friends. He shows them a mysterious folder that plays disturbing videos of people who appear to be in danger. They then receive an anonymous message that tells them they will all die if they disconnect or call the p...
Fred 3: Camp Fred(2012) - Following the last day of school, Fred Figglehorn reveals his hopes to attend a very popular and luxurious summer camp named Camp Superior, but his dreams are dashed when he learns his mother is sending him to Camp Iwannapeepee (as Superior was too expensive), a camp Fred finds horrible. Upon arriva...
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12 Monkeys ::: TV-14 | 42min | Adventure, Drama, Mystery | TV Series (2015-2018) Episode Guide 47 episodes 12 Monkeys Poster -- Follows the journey of a time traveler from the post-apocalyptic future who appears in present day on a mission to locate and eradicate the source of a deadly plague that will nearly destroy the human race. Creators:
12 Monkeys ::: TV-14 | 42min | Adventure, Drama, Mystery | TV Series (20152018) -- Follows the journey of a time traveler from the post-apocalyptic future who appears in present day on a mission to locate and eradicate the source of a deadly plague that will nearly destroy the human race. Creators:
13 Reasons Why ::: TV-MA | 1h | Drama, Mystery, Thriller | TV Series (2017-2020) Episode Guide 49 episodes 13 Reasons Why Poster -- Follows teenager Clay Jensen, in his quest to uncover the story behind his classmate and crush, Hannah, and her decision to end her life. Creator: Brian Yorkey
13 Reasons Why ::: TV-MA | 1h | Drama, Mystery, Thriller | TV Series (20172020) -- Follows teenager Clay Jensen, in his quest to uncover the story behind his classmate and crush, Hannah, and her decision to end her life. Creator: Brian Yorkey
2 Guns (2013) ::: 6.7/10 -- R | 1h 49min | Action, Crime, Thriller | 2 August 2013 (USA) -- Two hardened criminals get into trouble with the US border patrol after meeting with a Mexican drug lord, and then revelations start to unfold. Director: Baltasar Kormkur Writers: Blake Masters (screenplay by), Steven Grant (based on the Boom! Studios
5 Centimeters Per Second (2007) ::: 7.6/10 -- Bysoku 5 senchimetoru (original title) -- 5 Centimeters Per Second Poster -- Told in three interconnected segments, we follow a young man named Takaki through his life as cruel winters, cold technology, and finally, adult obligations and responsibility converge to test the delicate petals of love. Director: Makoto Shinkai
6Teen ::: TV-PG | 22min | Animation, Comedy, Drama | TV Series (20042010) -- Set in a giant shopping mall, this show follows the after-school lives of six sixteen year-old teenagers. Creators: Jennifer Pertsch, Tom McGillis
'71 (2014) ::: 7.2/10 -- R | 1h 39min | Action, Crime, Drama | 10 October 2014 (UK) -- In 1971, a young and disorientated British soldier is accidentally abandoned by his unit following a riot on the deadly streets of Belfast. Director: Yann Demange Writer:
9/11 (2002) ::: 8.5/10 -- TV-PG | 1h 52min | Documentary | TV Movie 10 March 2002 -- A real life documentary following the events of September 11 from an insider's view, through the lens of James Hanlon and two French filmmakers who were in Manhattan that one day. Directors: James Hanlon, Gdon Naudet | 1 more credit Writers: Tom Forman, Greg Kandra Stars:
A Big Hand for the Little Lady (1966) ::: 7.3/10 -- Approved | 1h 35min | Western | 1 July 1966 (France) -- Comedy western in which a traveler bets more money than he can afford in a poker game, and unusual events follow. Director: Fielder Cook Writer: Sidney Carroll
A Certain Scientific Railgun - To aru kagaku no rerugan (original tit ::: TV-14 | 24min | Animation, Action, Comedy | TV Series (2009- ) Episode Guide 76 episodes A Certain Scientific Railgun Poster -- A spin off series from "A Certain Magical Index" that follows Academy city's third ranked psychic power user or "esper", named Misaka. The series follows her and her friends in events ... S Stars:
A.D. The Bible Continues -- 44min | Drama | TV Series (2015) ::: Follows the book of ACTS. Shows the complete message of Christ and the transformation of Saul to Paul and how the high priest of Judea does not believe in what has taken place after the Crucifixion of Christ. Stars:
Adventure, Fantasy | TV Series ::: Connections -- 9 episodes -- Epic drama set thousands of years before the events of J.R.R. Tolkien's 'The Hobbit' and 'The Lord of the Rings' follows an ensemble cast of characters, both familiar and new, as they confront the long-feared re-emergence of evil to Middle-earth. Creators: Patrick McKay, John D. Payne Stars: Cynthia Addai-Robinson, Maxim Baldry, Ian Blackburn
A Face in the Crowd (1957) ::: 8.2/10 -- Approved | 2h 6min | Drama, Music | 1 June 1957 (USA) -- A female radio reporter turns a folk-singing drifter into a powerful media star. Director: Elia Kazan Writers: Budd Schulberg (story), Budd Schulberg (screenplay)
After Dark, My Sweet (1990) ::: 6.6/10 -- R | 1h 54min | Crime, Drama, Mystery | 24 August 1990 (USA) -- An ex-boxer is drifting around after escaping from the mental hospital. He meets a widow who convinces him to help fix up the neglected estate her ex-husband left. Her Uncle talks them both... S Director: James Foley Writers:
Alhambeura Goongjeonui Chooeok ::: TV-MA | 1h | Drama, Romance, Sci-Fi | TV Series (20182019) -- After suffering a setback following a friend's betrayal Yoo Jin Woo travels to Spain on a business. There, he stays at an old hostel owned by a former classical guitarist Jung Hee Joo. The two get entangled in a mysterious incident. Stars:
Ali's Wedding (2017) ::: 6.9/10 -- TV-MA | 1h 50min | Comedy, Drama, Romance | 8 June 2018 (USA) -- After telling a white lie which spirals out of control, a neurotic, naive, musically gifted Muslim cleric's eldest son must follow through with an arranged marriage, even though he's madly in love with an Australian born-Lebanese girl. Director: Jeffrey Walker Writers:
All the Invisible Children (2005) ::: 7.5/10 -- 2h 4min | Drama | 3 March 2006 (Italy) -- Through the plights of seven different children, seven cruel destinies unfold, as the unknown innocents who share the same sensitivities and desires struggle for survival, understanding--and above all--love, in an apathetic grown-up world. Directors: Mehdi Charef, Emir Kusturica | 6 more credits Writers: Mehdi Charef (segment), Diego De Silva (story and screenplay) | 8 more credits
Ally McBeal ::: TV-PG | 45min | Comedy, Drama, Fantasy | TV Series (19972002) -- Follows the personal and professional life of lawyer Ally. Creator: David E. Kelley
Amateur (1994) ::: 6.9/10 -- R | 1h 45min | Comedy, Crime, Drama | 19 May 1995 (USA) -- An amnesiac wakes up on an NYC alley. He meets Isabelle, an ex nun now erotic writer, at a diner and follows her home. She helps him find his identity. Then there's Sofia, the porn star. Director: Hal Hartley Writer:
A Mighty Wind (2003) ::: 7.2/10 -- PG-13 | 1h 31min | Comedy, Music | 9 May 2003 (USA) -- Mockumentary captures the reunion of 1960s folk trio the Folksmen as they prepare for a show at The Town Hall to memorialize a recently deceased concert promoter. Director: Christopher Guest Writers:
Angela's Ashes (1999) ::: 7.3/10 -- R | 2h 25min | Biography, Drama | 21 January 2000 (USA) -- Based on the best-selling autobiography by Irish expatriate Frank McCourt, Angela's Ashes follows the experiences of young Frankie and his family as they try against all odds to escape the ... S Director: Alan Parker Writers:
An Inspector Calls (2015) ::: 7.7/10 -- TV-PG | 1h 27min | Crime, Drama, Mystery | TV Movie 13 September 2015 -- A mysterious Inspector investigates the wealthy Birling family and their dinner guests following the suicide of a young woman. Director: Aisling Walsh Writers: J.B. Priestley (based on the play by), Helen Edmundson (adapted by) Stars:
Anne with an E ::: Anne (original tit ::: TV-PG | 1h | Drama, Family | TV Series (20172019) -- The adventures of a young orphan girl living in the late 19th century. Follow Anne as she learns to navigate her new life on Prince Edward Island, in this new take on L.M. Montgomery's classic novels. Creator: