An amusing and didactic cartoon for children. The main actor is a capricious dot playing and dancing and creating in this way a colorful world of our little ones…
Annika Carlson, an ACE- and AFAA-certified yoga instructor and trainer guides you through a series of yoga poses that are physically challenging, yet can be done by the average wimp! These poses, practiced with energy and enthusiasm, will produce amazing results. It's a fitness routine that everyone can do, regardless of age, fitness level, and flexibility (or lack thereof)! Yoga is just as much about your state of mind as it is about what your body is doing! Yoga for Wimps shows you how to tone your muscles, build strength, increase your energy, and reduce stress - all in a way that's not intimidating! Yoga for Wimps lets you work at your own pace to reap all of the wonderful rewards of yoga, without demanding too much from your body!
Snooky the Human-Zee helps a family that is being victimized by crooks at a racetrack.
To the sound of the title song being sung by a campfire, a cow and her calf are bedding down for the night. The calf is frightened by a shadow, until it's revealed to be a jackrabbit. He follows the rabbit deep into the woods, but neither of them notices the wolf following until it's too late for the calf. The calf is trapped in a niche under some rocks, which the wolf quickly digs out. The wolf is closing in on the calf when the rabbit tries to distract him, to no avail.
Our Gang member Janet Burston believes that her family is neglecting her, so she decides to run away from home. The other gang members try to help Janet get adopted (or "adapted") by a more agreeable family, choosing a kindly elderly couple (Sarah Padden and Harry C. Bradley) for the honor.
Just as they did in the 1941 Our Gang comedy Ye Olde Minstrels, the gang prevails upon old-time minstrel impresario Walter Wills to help them stage a fund-raising musical show.
The title of this one-reel Our Gang comedy is explained when Gang member Carl "Alfalfa" Switzer comes face to face with his wealthy lookalike Cornelius (also played by Switzer).
Seventeen-year-old Elizabeth maturely handles several distractions, among them: her mother's institutionalization because of mental instability; her father's female friend and his surgery; her grandfather's suicide; her lifeguarding job; her boyfriend.
Chloe, a troubled teen, meets other troubled girls and must come to grips with her Christian faith at a camp where she must earn her way out.
Old age will never be the same again.
Under president Isimo, the Netherlands must be made clean and fresh. All ugly children are deported, but some escape and launch an uprising. Adapted from Koos Meinderts’ children’s book.
When Tubby the Tuba sets out to find a melody all of his own, his journey results in this enchanting and exciting musical tale. Tubby joins the circus and striving to be part of an orchestra, he travels to the Singing City where along the way he encounters many wonderful characters.
Eradu Rekhegalu is a 1984 Indian Kannada language drama film directed by K. Balachander. The film stars Srinath, Geetha and Saritha in the lead roles. Produced by Chandulal Jain, the film is a remake of 1969 Tamil hit Iru Kodugal starring Gemini Ganesan, Sowcar Janaki and Jayanthi. The music is composed by M. S. Viswanathan. The story revolves around a man who circumstantially gets to marry two women and undergoes emotional roller-coaster. The film was made in Telugu as Collector Janaki and in Hindi as Sanjog.
Sundara Swapnagalu (Kannada: ಸುಂದರ ಸ್ವಪ್ನಗಳು) is a 1986 Kannada melodrama film directed by K. Balachander and written by Maniyan. The film featured Sridhar in the main role along with Ramesh Aravind, Devilalitha, Janani and Kuyili, all making their on-screen debuts. Actress Tara and K. S. Ashwath featured in the supporting roles. Produced by V. Natarajan of Kavithalaya Productions, the film had score and soundtrack composed by Vijaya Bhaskar. The film was a remake of director's own Tamil film Sollathaan Ninaikkiren.
Bheekara Nimishangal is a 1970 Indian Malayalam film, directed by M. Krishnan Nair and produced by P Arunachalam. The film stars Sathyan, Madhu, Sheela and Adoor Bhasi in lead roles. The film had musical score by MS Baburaj
When three year old Willy wanders away from home he falls among thieves. They are forced to kidnap him. The police ask Dickie, his elder brother and his friend, Johnny to help in the search. Johnny's friends all join in and meet with varied adventures. The children find Willy in a disused warehouse but cannot rescue him. Three more are caught by the gang who lock them in with the now unconscious gang leader and escape with the jewels. The police, alerted by the children, capture the gang, recover the jewels and finally rescue the children, including Willy