In a small town near the Manila Railroad, Sal– a lonely baker suffering from a chronic kidney condition wants to end his life by confronting the oncoming train. Sharing a depressing life are his neighbors–a barber with hand tremors, a Cariñosa dancer paralyzed by stroke, and a meat vendor with tumor in his breast. Their prayers were finally answered when 7-year old Visayan girl Aguy came with a series of miraculous cures. Sal grew fond of Aguy like his own daughter and offered his home to the wandering child who possesses the unsual ability to cure. When she sees someone in pain, Aguy inflicts physical harm by slapping the face or punching the chest. Thereafter, magical healing happens. But as Aguy is able to heal the sick, she however, cannot heal Sal. As his condition weakens, Aguy realizes she must do a most heart-breaking sacrifice, hurt him the worst way she can.
In this modern world, air travel represents the height of luxury and Pan Am is the biggest name in the business. The planes are glamorous, the pilots are rock stars and the stewardesses are the most desirable women in the world. They're trained to handle everything from in-air emergencies to unwanted advances—all without rumpling their pristine uniforms or mussing their hair.
Peter Pan & the Pirates is an American animated television series based on J.M. Barrie's Peter Pan that originally aired on Fox Broadcasting Company from September 8, 1990 to September 10, 1991. Repeats continued to air until September 11, 1992. A repeat of the series' Christmas episode was aired on December 25, 1993. The series was then on Fox in re-run form on weekday mornings from November 4, 1996 to March 28, 1997. Reruns were then shown on Fox Family in 1998.
แผนรัก แผนร้าย เป็นละครโทรทัศน์ ที่เคยสร้างไว้โดยบริษัทเอ็กแซ็กท์เมื่อปี พ.ศ. 2547 ออกอากาศทางสถานีโทรทัศน์ไทยทีวีสีช่อง 3 นำกลับมาสร้างใหม่โดยบริษัทเอ็กแซ็กท์เช่นกัน เป็นละครแนวดราม่า แผนรัก แผนร้ายออกอากาศ ทางสถานีวิทยุโทรทัศน์กองทัพบกช่อง 5 ทุกวันวันพุธ-พฤหัสบดี เวลา 20.10 - 21.40 น. ดัดแปลงจากบทประพันธ์ของ ไอริณ และบทโทรทัศน์โดย ทีมเอ็กแซ็กท์ กำกับการแสดงโดย สันต์ ศรีแก้วหล่อ, วรวิทย์ ขัตติยโยธิน โดยเริ่มออกอากาศตอนแรกวันที่ 13 กุมภาพันธ์ 2556 - 3 เมษายน 2556 และออกอากาศทางช่องแอ็กซ์ แชนแนลวันที่ 13 มีนาคม 2556 - 1 พฤษภาคม 2556
Pan Tau always had a gentle expression and a friendly smile, he was elegantly dressed in a stroller, with an umbrella and a white carnation in the lapel. Foremost, he was famous for his magic bowler hat. By tapping on his hat, Pan Tau was able to change his appearance into a puppet, to conjure up miscellaneous objects or to do other magic. His most characteristically behavior is that he would help children who were experiencing some sort of difficulties in-between their dreams and reality, like finding a place for skiing, settling family problems on Christmas, and even give a boy a good time at a fair when he is supposed to have piano lessons. To adults, he usually remained invisible.
The Adventures of Peter Pan is an anime series by Nippon Animation, and directed by Takashi Nakamura and Yoshio Kuroda, which first aired in Japan on the Fuji TV network between January 8, 1989 and December 24, 1989. It is an adaptation of the classic Peter Pan novel by James Matthew Barrie, and spanned a total of 41 episodes. It was part of the World Masterpiece Theater, a famed animation staple by Nippon Animation, which produced an animated version of a different classical book or story each year. The anime, while adapting material from the original novel, also adds numerous original story arcs. The series was also later translated and released in several international audiences worldwide. In Europe, it was broadcast on the television networks Telecinco, RTL Television, Kika, Italia 1, TV3 and Fox Kids, Yleisradio and TVP 2. It also aired in numerous other countries, such as Israel, Brazil, Mexico and the Philippines.
The historic live 1956 telecast of Mary Martin as PETER PAN, generally considered the definitive performance of this beloved musical. Only nine days after the initial Broadway run had ended, the cast and crew (under the supervision of Director Jerome Robbins) assembled in the large Brooklyn studios of NBC to perform the show live for television. Describing the enormous success of that telecast, Cyril Ritchard (Captain Hook) noted "...it was not just a TV performance, it was a stage production brought to the cameras." A year later, in preparation for the second PETER PAN live telecast, essentially the same cast reunited for several performances at the Ambassador Theater in New York City for invited audiences of children. This gave the 1956 telecast the same fresh theatrical quality as the first. The New York Times hailed the second telecast as “Thrilling!... The production had that electrifying excitement of theatre at its most finished and, above all, that contagious espirit that joins player and audience in a sublime escape from reality.” The stellar cast also includes Kathy Nolan as Wendy, Sondra Lee as Tiger Lily, and Heller Halliday (Mary Martin’s daughter) as Liza. The unforgettable songs – including “Never Never Land,” “I’ve Gotta Crow,” and “I Won’t Grow Up” – were written by Mark “Moose” Charlap and Carolyn Leigh, and Jule Styne and Betty Comden and Adolph Green.
Peter Pan was a 1976 musical adaptation of J. M. Barrie's Peter Pan, or the Boy Who Wouldn't Grow Up, produced for television as part of the "Hallmark Hall of Fame", starring Mia Farrow as Peter Pan and Danny Kaye as Captain Hook, and with Sir John Gielgud narrating. Julie Andrews sang one of the songs, "Once Upon a Bedtime", off-camera over the opening credits. It aired on NBC at 7:30pm on Sunday, December 12, 1976, capping off the program's 25th year on the air. The program did not use the score written for the highly successful Mary Martin version which had previously been televised many times on NBC. Instead, it featured 14 new and now forgotten songs, written for the production by Anthony Newley and Leslie Bricusse. The story was adapted by Andrew Birkin and Jack Burns. Although it was an American production with two American stars, most of the cast was British. This version of Peter Pan won an Emmy for Outstanding Individual Achievement in Children's Programming for Jenn de Joux's and Elizabeth Savel's visual effects, and was nominated for Outstanding Children's Special, however it was not rebroadcast. But it was featured in 2011 at the Paley Center in New York City as part of the New York Musical Theatre Festival.
Featuring first-in-class animation, comedy and adventure, The New Adventures of Peter Pan transports Peter Pan, Wendy, John, Michael and the Lost Boys and Girls to wondrous places that often turn out to be far more dangerous than anyone would have ever expected! In order to keep Neverland safe from Captain Hook, Peter and his friends fly head on into adventure to protect their right to never grow up.
Tithit (Toomtam Yuthana Puengklarng) meets Gandaomanee Girinisuan (View Wannarot Sontichai) in Phrajoit and falls in love with her. Unbeknownst to Thit, Gandaomanee is using her elder twin sister's name, Gandaowasee, for herself, therefore tricking him into thinking her real name is Gandaowasee. She later leaves him when she grows tired of him and finds out that he's the poor son of a merchant (his mother makes Thai desserts). Thit is heart-broken and tries searching for her unsuccessfully. One year later, Thit meets the real Gandaowasee Kitrinisuan at a banquet and is ecstatic upon seeing her. But Gan claims she doesn't know him. Thit is confused and confronts Gan about their relationship. He assumes she doesn't want to remember him because he's poor, therefore denying ever knowing him. Gan doesn't know that she has a younger twin named Gandaomanee (Nee) from her father's previous marriage, and that Gandaomanee is using Gan's name to cause trouble for people around her. Their parents separated when the twins were born. Their father, Visake, took Gan with him, while Nee is left with their mother. She later remarried a poor man who works as a principal at a school. Nee is bitter about her poor life and blames Visake and Gan for it. Therefore, she uses her older twin sister's name to fool with men around her. Thit soon inherits a fortune from his father's family and becomes rich. It turns out Visake, Gan's father, is a close friend of Thit's paternal family. Gan finds out that he is the sole heir to the Suriyakan family fortune. He taunts her character, making false accusations about her. A lot of misunderstandings occur because he thinks she is a two-faced person who plays with men's hearts. He also believes that she is stealing her younger stepsister's boyfriend. Thit's grandmother soon realizes that Thit and Gan have feelings for each other (although he still thinks of Gan as his "Gandaowasee" that he met a year ago). She wants to see Thit marry someone he loves, so she proposes they marry each other. Gan refuses the proposal at first, for she knows he is mistaking her for his other Gandaowasee and that he doesn't truly love her. Nareerat (Apple Aitanik Intarasut), Gan's stepsister, is under the impression that Gan is stealing her boyfriend, Brapun (Pukhai Pongsiri Bunluewong). She threatens to kill herself if Gan doesn't marry Thit. Gan gives in, accepting Thit's wedding "proposal." Thit and Gan marry each other and slowly fall in love. Soon Gandaomanee gets into the picture, trying to win back Tit now that he's rich. She wants a better life for herself and will do anything to get what she wants. Thit is conflicted to who "Gandaowasee" really is. The one he met at the beach, or the one he married. Only time will tell who Tit really loves.
This is the magical story of a new-born baby abandoned on the doorstep of a Franciscan monastery, who grows up to become a cheerful and mischievous boy called Marcelino Pan y Vino. Marcelino, who is able to talk with animals, lives very closed to the animals, the trees and plants. He delights in discovering new things, and often asks unusual questions. The friars educate and love the boy.
Fan Pan Tae is a quiz show of Thailand. Fan Pan Tae is a knowledge-enhancing game of personal interests. The program has become talk of the town shortly since its first broadcast on 1 September 2000. The game was recognized as winner of best game or quiz programme from Asian Television Award in 2003 and 2004. In addition, the show has won multiple awards from many institutions in Thailand. The game challenges player in all aspects of their passion such as sport, hobby, music, and famous person, etc. The question will be put to the test to see if you really are the "hard-core fan". Five finalists compete to be the "hard-core fan". The game challenges your memory, quick answer, and ability to solve the puzzle. The special prize, custom made for each game, makes the contest unique and precious for the winner. The weekly winner will join the year end challenge for "Fan of the year". Your heartbeat will go up as you wait for the host to confirm whether you get to the right answer. The excitement continues throughout the whole hour of the show as challenged, and one of a kind question awaits for answers. Fan pan tae, a knowledge-enhancing game of personal interests, challenges the contestants’ amazing ability and knowledge of their interests. The program, a phenomenon of Thailand’s quiz show, has become a talk of the town shortly since its debut in 2000. The tremendous excitement makes your breath hold whilst waiting for the host to confirm the right answer. The game is awarded the winner of the best game or quiz programme from Asian Television Awards in 2003 and 2004, including multiple awards from many institutions in Thailand. The game challenges contestants in all aspects of their passion, such as, sports, music, history, literature, famous persons, etc.
Pan ili propal is a game show which aired on the Russian Channel One. It was one of the Russian versions of the Deal or No Deal show. The host was Nikolai Fomenko and the grand prize is 3,000,000 Russian ruble. It was premiered on 20 September 2004.