Papa has long promised his daughter Mika that he will take her to the beach during summer vacation, but as a golf caddy he keeps getting called into work when the weekend rolls around. This time, she even had a new inflatable toy she wanted to bring to share with her father and go swimming in the ocean together: A dugong she names Dudu. Unbeknownst to her, her father is very afraid of the water due to a childhood incident.
The singer Dudu Fisher is the kindergarten teacher that came to the kindergarten and changed it into a more musical kindergarten.
Children & Family, Kids' Music, Education & Guidance, Inspirational Sing-Alongs, Inspirational Stories for Kids, Judaica - Broadway star and celebrated Israeli cantor Dudu Fisher plays a singing kindergarten teacher who leads children on an outdoor adventure that celebrates the joy of music while also exploring the essence of religion. The glories of nature set the stage for learning as Fisher shares with young viewers some important lessons about Judaism and life itself. Filled with stories and catchy tunes, this program promises fun while teaching values.
When a scam goes horribly wrong and leaves the neighborhood kids furious, the Eds embark on a journey to find Eddy's brother in the "Ed, Edd, n Eddy" series finale.
Dudu, the craziest car in the world, takes part in the goofiest race in the world!
The kindergarten celebrates the Sabbath.
Salve, a content barrio lass, is married to Alfred, an aspiring politician. Alfred meets Via finds out that they can both be very useful to each other's lives. He is set on pursuing a political career and Via is from a powerful political family that wants to continue to govern the land. Together, Albert and Via plan a scheme to get rid of Salve. But Salve survives the carnage. Salve takes revenge.
In May 1943, two American soldiers, Joe and Frank, of Italian descent are searching the North African desert for a German general called Von Kassler, when they are captured by Von Kassler aide Inge Schultze who lets them escape with fake war plans, only Joe and Frank steal the real war plans which pave way for the Allied victory. Months later, the duo once again come up against Von Kassler when they are captured at Anzio and try to outwit the Nazis a second time.
Thinking about 'choro,' Brazilian jazz, one actually imagines Rio de Janeiro and its wonderful environment. Campina Grande, in the northeastern state of Paraíba, is known as the "Capital of Forró" (other Brazilian kind of music). Nonetheless, this documentary goes beyond any common sense, showing the universe of choro in Campina Grande, through its founder, José Ribeiro da Silva (Mestre Duduta). The 76-year-old master is a fine composer, musician, and luthier (musicians like Paulinho da Viola, Dominguinhos, and the late Marinês own instruments hand-made by Duduta). But this documentary is not a mere biography of master Duduta, in fact, our glance embraces the small but still excellent universe of choro in Campina Grande, a Duduta creation.
Three adolescent boys, Ed, Edd "Double D", and Eddy, collectively known as "the Eds", constantly invent schemes to make money from their peers to purchase their favorite confectionery, jawbreakers. Their plans usually fail though, leaving them in various predicaments.
The characters and story that are adapted from the Dudullu Post series are told in the eyes of extraordinary people who are unusual. Foolish youths, desperate housewives, young girls living in the dream world, dad lost in the carpet field match.
Babangon Ako't Dudurugin Kita or Sweet Revenge is a Filipino drama television series created by Gilda Olvidado, developed by Don Michael Perez and produced by GMA Network. The series is a remake of a 1989 movie with the same title and stars Yasmien Kurdi, JC de Vera, Marvin Agustin, Angelika dela Cruz and Dina Bonnevie and directed by Joel Lamangan, it aired on GMA Network from March 24, 2008 until June 27, 2008. From March 31, 2008 until July 4, 2008, the series was aired internationally, with a one-week delay, on GMA Pinoy TV.