Duncan Mayor decides the perfect Christmas present for his beloved wife, Suzy, is a ride on a real Ferris wheel, set up in their very own back yard. As a young man, it was the perfect place for a wedding proposal. Now, years later, in order to relive the experience with his wife, Duncan will go to any length to make their fantasy become a reality.
When Natalie Conway's father passes away, she believes she will forever be on her own. So when her long lost brother, Luke, returns after a twenty-year hiatus she's elated. He's a missing piece to a familial puzzle that she believed lost. There's only one problem - Luke is a notorious scam-artist, and Natalie is the sole heir to their family's small fortune. Her feelings and his motives collide as brother and sister vie to get what they desire.
Travelogue: the railroad Bangor-Conwy-Colwyn Bay filmed from the express train from the London and North Western Railway. Stations, vistas and a tunnel under the castle.
The Tim Conway Show – the first of two television series of the name – is a 1970 United States comedic television series starring Tim Conway and Joe Flynn which centers around a single-plane charter airline. The show aired during periods between January 30, 1970, and June 19, 1970.
Busting out of the comedy scene already wearing a suit and tie, John Conway is ready to be the tonight show host Australian TV never knew it needed - late night talk shows are back in Australia, baby!
Major Dell Conway of the Flying Tigers was an early American television program broadcast on the now defunct DuMont Television Network.
The Tim Conway Show – the second of two television series of the name – is a 1980-1981 United States variety/sketch comedy television series starring Tim Conway. It aired from March 22, 1980, to May 17, 1980, and from August 30, 1980, to March 7, 1981.
Tim Conway's Funny America is a 1990 United States comedic television series starring Tim Conway. It aired from July 29, 1990, to September 2, 1990.
The Tim Conway Comedy Hour is a variety and sketch comedy show broadcast in the United States by CBS as part of its 1970 fall lineup. The Tim Conway Comedy Hour was one of several attempts to develop a starring vehicle for Tim Conway, who had been very popular as a sidekick in the 1962-1966 situation comedy McHale's Navy and two 1964 theatrical films spun off from it and in several Disney films but who had never had much success in developing an audience for programming in which he was the main star. In fact, his previous show, the situation comedy The Tim Conway Show, had run for only 12 episodes in the spring of 1970, and had been cancelled almost at the same time that he agreed to host The Tim Conway Comedy Hour. This program was no different. Despite Conway's best efforts, and those of the Nelson Riddle Orchestra and cast members such as Sally Struthers, this program was cancelled after 13 weeks.