An irreverent comedy about the misadventures of Moondog, a rebellious stoner and lovable rogue who lives large.
Castelo Ra-Tim-Bum is a Brazilian children's program produced and broadcast by TV Cultura and the Network Service of Television. Targeted toward children and youth, and following a teaching approach, the program premiered on May 9 in 1994 and stopped production in 1997. Partially inspired by the educational program Rá-Tim-Bum, it gave rise to a television franchise, which is part of Island Rá-Tim-Bum. Castelo Rá-Tim-Bum is a creation of the playwright Flavio de Souza and director Cao Hamburger, with scripts Jacob Dionisio, Cláudia Dalla Verde, Anna Muylaert, among others. Because of its educational nature, the production was part of a partnership between Fiesp and TV Cultura, such as other educational programs for children that the station aired.
Chester A. Bum reviews new movies.
After a castaway, five youngsters end up in an unknown island inhabited by unusual creatures, a wise Egyptian woman and an evolved, malign being of bacterian origin.
Bump in the Night is an animated series by Danger Productions that was filmed using stop-motion animation and aired on ABC from 1994 to 1995. It was created and directed by Ken Pontac and David Bleiman. The series was then broadcast on Toon Disney from 1998 to 2001.
Bumpety Boo is an anime children's television show produced by the Nippon Animation company from 1985 to 1986. The series consists of 130 10-minute episodes, distributed as 43 half-hour segments.
Bumba is a mischievous, but always cheerful clown in a circus full of sound and color full of staging tricks. He gets help from his best friends Bumbalu, the Kiwi bird, the bear Nanadu, the elephant Tumbi and many other brightly colored figures cheerfully join him.
The popular animated series for the youngest viewers. Humorous and exciting stories of two small bumblebees Čmelda and Brumda and their friends beetle Kvapník, grasshopper, fly, Pučmeloud, stag beetle, their mummy and others.
Bump Off Lover is a 2006 Taiwanese drama starring Angela Chang. It was boardcasted on free-to-air China Television from 19 February 2006 to 14 May 2006, every Sunday at 22:00 and cable TV Gala Television Variety Show/CH 28 on 25 February 2006 to 20 May 2006, every Saturday at 21:30 to 23:00. Angela Chang was nominated for Best Leading Actress in a Television Series at the 41st Golden Bell Awards for her role as Xu Yi Zhen/Xu Yi Jing.
A provocative, half hour drama following the tale of two actresses as they navigate Hollywood while swimming with sharks.
Join the world’s sweetest heroes for high adventure in a mystical land of giants and wizards, ogres and dragons, and wondrous creatures both good and evil. Meet Gruffi, Zummi, Cubbi, Grammi, Tummi, Sunni, and all the legendary Gummis as they laugh, play, foil dastardly plots, and fight for what's right.
Daniel Bumann visits failing restaurants around Switzerland in an attempt to save their businesses in a week
Bump! is a Canadian travel documentary television series that premiered in 2004 and originally airs on OUTtv in Canada. The program targets an LGBT audience. Currently, Bump! is hosted by Deb Pearce and Charlie David; David joined as host with the start of Season 2. It is produced by Canadian media company, Bumper 2 Bumper Media, an exclusive partnership between Canada's Pink Triangle Press and Peace Point Entertainment Group.
Bump is a television programme aimed at young children, created by Charlie Mills and Terry Brain, produced by Gueensgate Productions. It was a cartoon that featured an elephant named Bump and a bluebird named Birdie. The first series was broadcast in 1990 and the second in 1994. The two series ran a total of 22 episodes, each 5 minutes long. In 1994 there was a Christmas special which was 10 minutes in length. The programme was narrated by Simon Cadell. Bump was known to be very clumsy, a trait that was emphasised by a bandage featured on his forehead. Birdie would often give Bump advice on how he could become more graceful. Bump and Birdie regularly encountered animals that had a problem and would help them to find a solution. Most of these animals were recurring characters.
Bumble was a New Zealand children's television series for children ages 2–7 featuring a magical bee. The title character was played by Jason Gunn. The series was produced for TVNZ by Gunn's wife, Janine Morrell-Gunn. It also featured Bumble's friends: Peek, Boo, Anna and Fishy. The show officially ended in 2002. Fishy was Maori, and was known for his tagline "Kia Ora Bumble".