This live taping of Nick Offerman's hilarious one-man show at New York's historic Town Hall theater features a collection of anecdotes, songs, and woodworking/oral sex techniques.
Spider-Ham: Caught in a Ham follows Spider-Ham as he faces off against bad guys, chows down on hot dogs, and makes plenty of food-based puns.
A bizarre rite of passage at the local deli determines the fate of a generation of teenagers, leading some to escape their suburban town and dooming others to remain…
A dog decides to quit the slapstick comedy of cartoons and go to his country home to concentrate on Shakespeare, but two troublesome yet polite gophers foil his grand plans.
Two talentless actors attempt to make it in the cruel world of showbiz. Without an ounce of talent between the two of them and their only strength being persistence, they'll do almost anything to attain their dream. Except let it go.
Mustafa works as a guide in Shaki (the city in Azerbaijan) and decides traveling to Turkey for making a trade to get some money. When his spouse and him went there, unexpected processes started to happen.
Oswald runs a luncheon counter; the food is unlikely and everyone tries to stiff him.
A vamp pursues El, who's inherited $500,000.
Look, it's about a ham sandwich that takes you back in time 5 minutes with each bite.
Cubby Bear opens a vaudeville booking agency on Tin Pan Alley. The usual assortment of second-rate talent shows up, only to be dispatched through a trap door in this good Cubby Bear cartoon.
Directed by Sergei Shchugaryov.
Barry and Larry are the world's oldest living conjoined twins. Now retired from the sideshow circuit, they live out the rest of their life in their brother's house.
Down in Hades, Satan and an audience of devils enjoy band music, a singing trio and a pair of dancers.
A very persistent Sam-I-Am repeatedly asks his unnamed friend, in a multiplicity of ways, whether his friend would like ham accompanied by, of all things, green eggs.
Tirupathi (Mammootty) is the eldest of four brothers and the head of a respected family in the village. He has struggled to bring his family out of poverty and put his other two brothers, Kannan (Abbas) and Surya (Shyam Ganesh), through college. His younger brother Madhavan (Murali) has provided able support. Tirupathi marries Bharathi (Devayani) who fits into the family admirably. But the arrival of Renuka (Rambha) as Madhavan's wife signals the start of problems as she doesn't like her husband's obeisance to Tirupati. Kannan falls in love with the village rich man's daughter Viji (Sneha) but is willing to give her up to save his family from the man's ire.
This is a 1985 Indian Tamil film, directed by "K. Vijayan" and produced by , "Anandavalli Balaji" The film stars "Sivaji Ganesan, Kajal, Kiran, Shalini, Anand Babu" in lead roles. The film.
The trip to the Caspian Sea is a story of people who are driven by the frustrated death of Azizi in the lush green roads of the north: Aras, a hot baby mother who is self-infected with illness. The dead and husbands of the dead husband are losing Mehran, the man of his life. Spanta and her brother married the father of her architect. And Asadullah, the honey driver, speaks of death and life of the people. The last name Mehran has sent to Jaleh is from Shiva to Aras, from Aras to Spanta and to Spanta's father, and he throws it to the post box.
A short comic film in which a bickering duo start a taxi company. A constantly quarrelling duo, consisting of a tall fat man and a short thin man, find a wallet on the street, with twenty dollars inside. They use that money to buy a car, and then set up their own taxi company. The competition is fierce, and their clumsiness creates many problems. They even turn to transvestism and the kidnapping of passengers to boost their business.
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A pig provides for his family during harsh times.
Guy-Am-I, an inventor, and his friend Sam-I-Am go on a cross-country trip that would test the limits of their friendship. As they learn to try new things, they find out what adventure brings.
Anantham is a Tamil serial which aired on Sun TV.
A comedy documentary series starring the cult Canadian trash troubadour B.A. Johnston. A community access television program on Fibe TV1, coming soon to YouTube, April 18th 2019. Beloved folk-trash troubadour B.A. Johnston teaches viewers everything they never wanted to know about his hometown of Hamilton, Ontario. Obscure urban legends into a rambling tour to the heart of the under appreciated city.
Ham on the Street is a cooking show hosted by George Duran on the Food Network in 2006. George adds comedy to cooking as he explores each show's topic in the strangest possible ways. For example, during the show on breakfast, George tested to see if an ostrich egg could be cooked sunny-side up. He rarely is on a set, and he does most of the show on the streets of Norwalk, Connecticut, New York City, and Miami Beach, Florida, as well as in diners, restaurants and malls.
Shows the interaction between Hamburg police officers and paramedics.
Sledge Hammer! is an American satirical police sitcom produced by New World Television that ran for two seasons on ABC from 1986 to 1988. The series was created by Alan Spencer and stars David Rasche as Inspector Sledge Hammer, a preposterous caricature of the standard "cop on the edge" character. Al Jean and Mike Reiss, best known for their work on The Simpsons, wrote for the show and worked as story editors.
Hamtaro is a Japanese children's manga and storybook series created and illustrated by Ritsuko Kawai. The manga is serialized in Shogakukan's all girl's magazine Ciao in 1997, focusing on a hamster named Hamtaro who has a variety of adventures with other hamsters, known as "Ham-Hams". VIZ Media published the manga adaptations and storybooks in English. An anime adaptation was then produced by TMS Entertainment and aired in TV Tokyo from July 7, 2000 to March 31, 2006.
Park Cha O Reum works as a rookie judge. She is in her mid-20's and follows "an eye for an eye" principle. She does not accept prejudice or blindly follow authority. Dealing with cases, she and her colleagues, including Im Ba-Reun, grow as persons.
Hamatora (ハマトラ, lit. "Yokohama Tiger") is a Japanese mixed-media project. The project began with a manga series written by Yukino Kitajima and Yūki Kodama as the character designer, while Yū Wazu is adapting the design to the illustration. The manga, Hamatora: The Comic, started serialization in Shueisha's Young Jump magazine in November 2013. An anime television series, Hamatora: The Animation, by the studio NAZ premiered on TV Tokyo and ran for twelve episodes between January 7 and March 25, 2014. It was followed by a second series by Lerche starting in July 2014, Re:_ Hamatora. Additionally, a role-playing game titled Hamatora: Look at Smoking World developed by FuRyu was released in July 2014. Other related titles include a light novel and a stage play. The series takes place in the year 2014 when selected humans called Minimum Holders have been discovered to possess supernatural abilities. The story focuses on Minimum Holder Nice who forms a detective agency called "Hamatora" based in Yokohama and he starts gathering a large number of allies such as his partner Murasaki and assistant Hajime as well as enemies including several criminals. The anime stars Ryōta Ōsaka, Wataru Hatano, Emiri Katō, Kiyono Yasuno, Jun Fukuyama, and Yuichi Nakamura among others. The series has earned mixed criticism by publications for manga and anime. While the elements of mystery have been well received, the themes and animation have attracted criticism. It has also been often compared with the X-Men for its setting and characters.
Mickey Spillane's Mike Hammer, with Stacy Keach in the title role, is a television series that originally aired on CBS from January 28, 1984 to January 12, 1985. The series was 24 sixty minute episodes. The show follows the adventures of Mike Hammer, the fictitious private detective created by crime novelist Mickey Spillane, as he hunts down criminals on the mean streets of New York City.
Anthology series, in which each self-contained episode featured a different kind of horror. These varied from witches, werewolves, ghosts, devil worship and voodoo, but also included non-supernatural horror themes such as cannibalism, confinement and serial killers.
Cadets from every level of Israeli society undergo intense training to join their country's elite, highly classified intelligence service, the Mossad. The series revolves around a secret Mossad compound called 'HaMidrasha', which is surrounded by surveillance cameras and is equipped with technological devices. The compound operates a training course in which 13 trainees are sent to complicated missions in order to test their suitability for the occupation, and their improvisation, seduction and impersonation abilities. Yonna, the commander of the course, criticizes the mediocrity of Mossad's agents and demands from the new trainees a higher level of execution. He decides to create a new training program to test his trainees via unusual and radical situations, in which, apart from excellence, Yonna demands a creative "out of the box" thinking.
Home Improvement is an American television sitcom starring Tim Allen, that aired from September 17, 1991 to May 25, 1999. The show was created by Matt Williams, Carmen Finestra and David McFadzean. In the 1990s, it was one of the most watched sitcoms in the American market, winning many awards. The series launched Tim Allen's acting career and also was the start of the television career of Pamela Anderson, who was part of the recurring cast for the first two seasons.
In each half-hour episode Hamish and Andy meet one regular Australian who tells them an amazing, true story from their life.
Aliens in America is an American sitcom created by David Guarascio and Moses Port that aired on The CW for one season from 2007–2008. Guarascio and Port also served as executive producers of the show alongside Tim Doyle. Luke Greenfield directed the pilot. The show is about an American teenager in Wisconsin whose family takes in a Muslim foreign exchange student from Pakistan.
HaMis'ada HaGdola was an Israeli sitcom, produced by the Arabic department of Channel 1, running between 1985–1988, every Shabbat evening. The series had great success both in Israel and in neighbouring countries like Cyprus, Turkey and in the Arab World. During its original run, it was considered the most popular Israeli TV show, both in Israel and the Arab World. Yosef Barel, who was the manager of the Arabic department of the IBA formulated the idea of the show. The first twelve episodes were directed by the producer/screenwriter Eli Sagi, along with director Avi Amber. After these two retired from the production of the show, the rest of the episodes were directed by Antoine Salah and Victor Kahmar. The sitcom-series depicted events in a Middle Eastern restaurant in Jerusalem, owned by an Arab-Israeli restaurateur named Abu-Rahmi, and his wife Umm Rahmi, and employing a funny chef - Hakim, a charming and charismatic waiter - Abdu, a tongueless waiter named Ma'aruf, and a cross-eyed dustman called Artin.