A group of down-on-their-luck bounty hunters hit the jackpot one night when they pick up an informant with a hundred thousand dollar bounty on his head. But their world is turned upside down when a mob boss offers them one million dollars in exchange for the informant. When they refuse, the mafia unleashes a trio of assassins on them who use all of their power to bring the bounty hunters down, and to get their man - dead or alive.
When a theater offers a free wedding to a couple, confusion reigns.
Three modern-day L.A. bounty hunters, known only by their code names -- White Bread, Bean and Blue -- are hired by their bail bondsman boss to look after a wealthy heiress, Nettie Ridgeway, who witnessed the murder of a one-time boyfriend connected to a powerful Colombian drug cartel. When Nettie is abducted and taken to the cartel's hideout in Mexico, the trio are forced to travel south of the border to try to rescue her in time for her to testify against her boyfriend's killers.
Joe finds that Elaine, his girlfriend has more than enough trouble with the law. He helps her to avoid imprisonment and together with her and his friend Dan heads towards New York City. Instead by police, they are pursued by the chain of natural disasters.
A lady has her prim and proper life turned upside down after discovering her husband's affair.
A Tennessee sheriff and lawyer want a jailed drifter to assassinate a mayoral candidate.
Outrageous and out of control! Just when you thought it couldn't get any worse - it did. 'Out on Bail' is by far Steve-O's most shocking DVD yet, loaded with life-threatening stunts and filthy enough to p*** off parents across the US. The fearless Steve-O unleashes his craziest footage yet with a collection of the stunts that have never seen the light of day until now! Filmed in twelve different countries, it features all of the wild behavior that got Steve-O arrested, plus a whole bunch of other stunts that should have.
Everyone deserves a chance to follow their dreams, but some people only get one shot. Tyler Gage is a rebel from the wrong side of Baltimore's tracks and the only thing that stands between him and an unfulfilled life are his dreams of one day making it out of there. Nora is a privileged ballet dancer attending Baltimore's ultra-elite Maryland School of the Arts
Wounded Civil War soldier, John Dunbar tries to commit suicide—and becomes a hero instead. As a reward, he’s assigned to his dream post, a remote junction on the Western frontier, and soon makes unlikely friends with the local Sioux tribe.
Harry and his much-younger girlfriend surprise their friends one vacation weekend by announcing their desire to marry immediately. As they are visiting a small island village off the coast of west Australia, that is easier said than done.
Isabel, 11, is forced to leave what she likes most in life: her ballet classes. The opportunity to dance professionally revives in her the hope of fulfilling her dreams. However, it is not easy for a girl at risk of social exclusion. Her friend Diego, will give her a helping hand. Even better: a helping foot.
Jorge’s sons are killed in a car accident, caused by a group of partying girls. Devastated, he contemplates suicide but after a chance meeting with two of the girls, he decides to avenge his dead children instead.
Mercedes is a private music teacher who dreams of the return of her husband Ramiro, who has not stopped writing and sending her a check every month. Mercedes lives with her children: the eldest, Sebastián, is a cadet who, after graduating after the coup d'état on March 10, becomes a censor of the magazine Carteles; Alicia studies in the university and her aspiration is to look for in the United States the father who left them when they were very young; Sebastián is the one who tries to keep the family together and Javier, the youngest, follows in the footsteps of the mother in music and is a flutist, his greatest aspiration is to play in the América orchestra where Enrique Jorrín is taking the first steps that will lead him to the Chachachá as a danceable rhythm.
It's prom night and the kids of Hoover High will be having a night they will never forget. Popular girl Shelley ditches her prom and ends up spending the night with unpopular Dan; Popular guy Kevin goes out with nerdy Angela because he heard she was easy; Patrice continues to blame her boyfriend Roger for everything that doesn't go the way she wants it to.
Bailaras is the story of a villager named JAGGA, who owns a Belarus tractor and is famous for winning tochan (tug of war between tractors) competitions in and around his village.
BAILIWICK is the story of John, a lonely, quiet man who is given a magical gift that changes his life. Do you like magic? Bailiwick is not officially rated but the director suggests a PG-13 rating for language and violence.
The Acunas, a rich Argentine family, have the tradition that the daughters have to get married in order, oldest first. When sister #1 gets married, sisters #3 and #4 put pressure on Maria, sister #2, because they have their husbands picked out already. But Maria hasn't yet met a man she likes. Eduardo Acuna, believing that men aren't romantic enough these days, sends his daughter flowers and anonymous love letters, creating a "mystery man" for her to fall in love with. He intends to pick out an appropriate beau for her later, to fill the role. But Robert Davis, an American dancer looking for work, stumbles into the picture. Maria falls for him, but the father does not approve.
Daffy tries to snare the escaped Tasmanian Devil for the $5000 reward offered by the city zoo.
A couple of bums watch many situations unfold at a home across the street.
The Spanish version of the worldwide successful format “Strictly Come Dancing/Dancing With the Stars” that sees celebrities, paired up with professional dancers, performing dance routines which are judged by a panel of renowned ballroom experts and voted on by viewers.
Bailando Kids was dance contest based on the show Bailando por un Sueño involving Argentine couples composed of children, who are judged by a jury. The host was Marcelo Tinelli and then José María Listorti. It premiered on May 7, 2009 and the season finale was on June 19, 2009. The show was strongly criticized by various sectors due to the manipulation of the children who compete. The Jury was composed by the dancer Laura Fidalgo, actresses Reina Reech and Carmen Barbieri, and comedian Miguel Angel Cherutti.
Bailando por un Sueño 3 was the third argentinian season of Bailando por un Sueño. The season, first aired on October 2, 2006, and was part of the original show, Showmtach broadcast on Canal 13, and hosted by Marcelo Tinelli, as well as the previous season, that finished a month before. This time, there were 15 couples competing, and the competition duration was of 12 weeks. The winner was revealed on the season finale, on December 21, 2006 and it was the model, TV host and actress Carla Conte, who was paired with the professional dancer, Guillermo Conforte. In this third season, the panel of judges was presided until November 23, 2006 by entrepreneur and TV producer/host Gerardo Sofovich, alongside journalist Jorge Lafauci, actress and dancer Moria Casán, and actress and dancer Reina Reech. On Tuesday, November 21, Mr. Sofovich announced that he would be resigning his post as the panel of judges’ president on account of what he felt were “some participants’ insolence and lack of respect for the judges”, and his vexation at the quarrels that had involved him. Although the show's host and producer Marcelo Tinelli entreated with him to stay, his production stated that his replacements will rotate weekly for the remainder of the show. For the week of November 27, former football star Diego Maradona took over Gerardo Sofovich's seat in the panel of judges. However, Maradona's appearance lasted only one week. He was replaced with Florencia de la V for the rest of the show's run, but Moria Casán took over the juror's presidency. In the semifinals, Samuel Gelblung was Sofovich's replacement, but in the season finale, Gerardo came back to crown the winner.
Bailando por un Sueño is a segment inside the Argentine television program Showmatch, broadcast on El Trece. On the contest, a non-celebrity "dreamer" who in addition must be an amateur dancer, is accompanied by a celebrity in dance routines in which they have to demonstrate their skills in various styles such as: Tango, Chacarera, Salsa, Merengue, Flamenco, Rock and roll, Disco, Hip-Hop, Axé, Charleston and most recently Pole dance, Strip dance and Adagio. The couples are awarded points by a panel of judges, who give scores from 1 to 10, and those with the fewer points have to face the public vote to continue in the program. As of June 2012, the show is in its eighth season and the panel of judges continues to include icons of the Argentine entertainment scene like: Carmen Barbieri, Flavio Mendoza, Moria Casán, Anibal Pachano, Antonio Gasalla and Marcelo Polino. Showmatch, hosted by Marcelo Tinelli, also featured another contest of similar characteristics: Singing for a dream or Cantando por un sueño. Since 2011, the segment is an independent TV show. From the second season onwards, and unlike the international versions, Bailando por un Sueño has taken a controversial turn due to the constant bickering that often escalates to verbal bashing and personal attacks between the celebrities and the judges. This could be behind the high ratings of the show.
The Peruvian version of Bailando por un Sueño premiered its first season on June 7, 2008, hosted by Gisela Valcárcel, who returned to Peruvian television after spending three years away. The programs, in a format called "galas", transmitted on Saturdays at 10 pm for Panamericana Television live from the Monitor Studios, located in the Lima district of San Borja.
Bailando por un Sueño 1 was the first argentinian season of Bailando por un Sueño. The season, first aired on April 17, 2006, and was part of the original show, Showmtach broadcast on Canal 13, and hosted by Marcelo Tinelli. 8 couples competed during 7 weeks, and the winner was revealed on the season finale, on June 1, 2006. The winner of this first season was the actress, producer and comedian Carmen Barbieri, who was paired with the professional dancer, Christian Ponce. The judges, were the famous journalist Jorge Lafauci, professional dancer Laura Fidalgo, vedette Zulma Faiad, and producer, actress and singer Reina Reech
Bailando por un Sueño is a reality series on the Mexican television network Canal de las Estrellas, in which celebrities are partnered with common, everyday people with dreams they want to fulfil, who each week compete against each other in a competition to impress a panel of judges. In each show, the two couples who receive the lowest score go head to head against each other to survive potential elimination. Through a telephone poll, viewers vote who should stay and who should go, the results of the poll being combined with the ranking of the panel of judges. The process continues until there are only two couples standing. Rather than the promise of a large cash prize, the winner gets a previously stated wish granted. The show is also broadcast in the United States on Univision. This Includes a lot of famous actors and actresses from Latin America
Bailando por un Sueño 2 was the second argentinian season of Bailando por un Sueño. The season, first aired on July 3, 2006, and was part of the original show, Showmatch broadcast on Canal 13, and hosted by Marcelo Tinelli, as well as the previous season, that finished a month before. This time, there were 12 couples competing, and the competition duration was of 13 weeks. The winner was revealed on the season finale, on September 25, 2006 and it was the actress, and comedian Florencia de la V, who was paired with the professional dancer, Manuel Rodríguez. The judges, were the same as in season one: famous journalist Jorge Lafauci, professional dancer Laura Fidalgo, vedette Zulma Faiad, and producer, actress and singer Reina Reech
Mina Tepeş, the Princess of the ancient covenant and ruler of all vampires, wants her race to stop hiding from the humans. Using her vast wealth, she has paid off Japan's entire national debt and by doing so, gained the right to create a district off Japan's coast that is to become the future haven to vampires worldwide. But when she finally attempts to make public the existence of vampires to the world some politicians, terrorists and rival factions are plotting to assassinate Mina before she has a chance to get Japan's and international recognition for the Vampire Bund. Now she must rely on her strength, cruelty and those closest to her, while trying to make a normal life.
D.C. Rachel Bailey and D.C. Janet Scott have a robust and engaging friendship which enables them to draw upon each other’s strengths and investigate murders for the Manchester Metropolitan Police.
Bailando Por un Sueño: Segundo Campeonato Mundial de Baile was a TV show, where celebrities and dancers from shows as Bailando por un Sueño, Dancing With the Stars, So You Think You Can Dance, etc. compete to obtain the Bicentenary Cup and to accomplish the dream of a Mexican family. It began on May 9, 2010 and finished on July 11, 2010, hosted by Yuri and Liza Echeverria. The show was aired at 19:00 on Sunday, by Canal de las Estrellas.
Rumpole of the Bailey is a British television series created and written by the British writer and barrister John Mortimer. It stars Leo McKern as Horace Rumpole, an aging London barrister who defends any and all clients, and has been spun off into a series of short stories, novels, and radio programmes.
¡Más que baile!, formerly known as ¡Mira quién baila!, is a Spanish reality television program, and part of the Dancing with the Stars franchise, in which a group of celebrities compete in a dancing contest of several styles over several weeks, partnered with dance professionals. The prize that the winner obtains is given to charitable organisations. The show is currently broadcast on Telecinco, presented by Pilar Rubio.
Bailey's Comets is an animated cartoon series that aired on CBS in the 1973/74 and 1974/75 seasons. The second season consisted entirely of reruns. The series was produced by DePatie-Freleng Enterprises and was created by David H. DePatie and Friz Freleng in association with Joe Ruby and Ken Spears
The Baileys of Balboa is an American sitcom that appeared on CBS in the 1964-1965 season on Thursdays at 9:30pm ET. The series lasted only one 26-episode season. The show was directed by Gary Nelson and Bob Sweeney. The show was primarily developed for the network because its president, James T. Aubrey, insisted that Gilligan's Island, which premiered the same season, would have been a better show if it had centered on the exploits of a charter boat captain operating in a marina, and had his old friend Keefe Brasselle produce his version of the idea in order to prove his point. After Aubrey was fired from the network in February 1965, The Baileys of Balboa fulfilled its 26-episode commitment, and was abruptly canceled. Gilligan's Island continued for two more seasons.
Beetle Bailey, the Private who'd rather drop and nap than drop and "do 20," is the wise-cracking joker of the most famous Army camp –Camp Swampy, where befuddled General Halftrack still hasn't heard from the Pentagon, grumbling Sgt. Snorkle has never had a date, Beetle hasn't washed his socks, and Cooke still makes those high-bouncing meatballs. Join Beetle Bailey and his army buddies and sound off with laughter.
¡Quiero Bailar! was a Spanish television dance talent show contested by aspiring professional dancers with concept similar to So You Think You Can Dance. The show, which premiered on 14 June on TVE1, aired live every Saturday from 14 June to 13 July 2008, originally on primetime, but it was relegated to late night due to its poor viewing figures. It was produced by Gestmusic, a Spanish branch of Endemol, at the TVE Studios in Sant Cugat del Vallès, and it was hosted by Josep Lobató.