Chih-hua's dad and Ah-fu's father make a bet of a million dollars of getting their sons to marry Japanese wife and American wife. respectively. They both invite Ma Dachang as their instructor, all these make a lot of silly things happened. One day, Chih-hua meets Lily, a lovely Japanese girl accidentally, he falls in love with her. However, unexpectedly, Lily is a princess of Japan who leaves home....
Doll & Em is a British comedy series starring real-life friends Emily Mortimer (Em) and Dolly Wells (Doll), filmed in the style of a reality TV show. After a breakup, Doll heads to Hollywood to be with her childhood best friend Em, who's now a successful actress.
Super Doll★Licca-chan is an anime TV series which ran on TV Tokyo from 1998–1999. Kodansha also serialized a manga based on the anime series in its monthly manga magazine Nakayoshi. The story follows an ordinary elementary school girl named Licca Kayama and the strange circumstances surrounding her origins, as well as the origins of her protector, Doll Licca. The series is an original story spin-off inspired by the long-selling and popular Takara doll lineup "Licca-chan", created by Miyako Maki, designed to expand the regular dress-up doll series into a line of action figures. However, the new figures were only a mild success, and did not remain in production for long. The 52-episode TV series aired in Japan from 6 October 1998 through 28 September 1999. Since its release in Japan it has been translated into multiple languages, including Chinese, Italian, Portuguese, Tagalog and Malay, and has been broadcast internationally on various stations, including Taiwan's CTS and Hong Kong's ATV and TVB, Cartoon Network's Latin America and Brazilian services, and Italy's RaiDue.
Uzume Uno is a young student and former champion of a trading card game competition. She is trusted with a special device containing five powerful Fantasista Dolls. These dolls are sentient virtual beings who reside in cards which are now controlled by their new master, Uzume.
Suuko has the special ability to make any idol popular just by writing about them on her blog! One day, while being forced to go to the supermarket by her sister, she happens to see a live performance from the dol group “Iotrio”. Suuko decides that she will do everything in her power to push them into stardom. Unfortunately, she has to compete with the charismatic otaku blogger Ryuu-san who supports the underground idol Mariko!
During the early 20th century, along with technological advancements, scientists were able to develop sophisticated magic. The combination of science and sorcery was Makinot, circuits made from spells that were put into objects to bring them to life and even gain a personality. It was developed as a military weapon and has now spread throughout the world. Akabane Raishin is now attending the Royal Academy to become the best in the world. Accompanied by the lovely teenage girl Yaya, who is actually Raishin’s puppet weapon, he plans on rocketing to the top of the class. However, his test scores come nearly dead last although his combat skills and determination are second to none. Raishin has to compete with the deadliest of classmates if he wants to come out as the king.
In 2xxx, amidst a highly-developed information society, human beings are drowning in a sea of information. This leads to a situation where people cannot find the necessary information. The only hope to solve this problem is a navigator program... Hacka Doll.
Slave Doll is a Japanese pornographic original video animation created by Otakey Sasaki and released in 2000. The series revolves around Aki, a busty android maid constructed by the Gene Corporation. Her function, besides being a household maid, is the collection of male genetic material through sexual means, after which it is saved, possibly for species preservation. Slave Doll was followed by a sequel, Slave Doll II released in 2001 and produced by Beam Entertainment.
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Dollhouse is an American science fiction television series that revolves around a corporation running numerous underground establishments across the globe which program individuals referred to as "Actives" with temporary personalities and skills. Wealthy clients hire Actives from Dollhouses at great expense for various purposes. The series primarily follows the Active known as Echo, played by Eliza Dushku, on her journey towards self-awareness.
My Living Doll is an American science fiction sitcom that aired for 26 episodes on CBS from September 27, 1964 to March 17, 1965. This series was produced by Jack Chertok and was filmed at Desilu studios by Jack Chertok Television, Inc., in association with the CBS Television Network. The series was unusual in that it was bought by the network without a formal pilot film, due to the success of Chertok's previous series, My Favorite Martian.
Ventriloquist/hypnotist The Great Vorelli has an amazing dummy named Hugo that can apparently walk and talk without Vorelli operating him. Vorelli's act with the dummy is intense, complete with harsh insults and threats. After Vorelli meets beautiful heiress Marianne Horne, he hypnotizes her, causing her to suffer from a severe fever that spirals into a coma. Marianne’s boyfriend Mark, a newspaper reporter (William Sylvester), is suspicious and starts investigating Vorelli’s past. He discovers that a man named Hugo was killed several years earlier during one of Vorelli’s shows in Berlin. Apparently Vorelli stole Hugo’s human soul and transferred it into the body of the dummy. Marianne awakens from her coma, and announces she will marry Vorelli. The triumphant hypnotist brags to Hugo about his plans for Marianne and his plot to transfer her soul into a female dummy. A violent confrontation between Hugo and Vorelli results in a chilling climactic switch.
It is the early 20th century, and Raishin Akabane is a student puppeteer from Japan, who has come to the Walpurgis Royal Academy of Machine Arts in England to study the emerging field of Machinart: a combination of magic and technology with military applications. He is accompanied by a girl named Yaya, who is actually his Automaton: a living machine doll powered by magical circuits specialized in hand-to-hand combat. In the Academy, there is a combat tournament exclusive to the Top 100 students and their automata, to decide who shall be bestowed with the title of "Wiseman", the greatest puppeteer.
Dolls House is a Bangladeshi drama serial written by Abul Kalam Azad, Chonchol and Tazin Ahemd. The 380 episode TV drama serial was aired on ATN Bangla for two years until the last episode, which was aired on May 23, 2009. The dramaserial has a vivid depiction of modern capital Dhaka, portraying the busy and hectic lifestyles of the citizens of Dhaka, but also shows the colourful and interesting lifestyles these people occasionally lead. This drama stars Suborna Mustafa, Shompa Reza, Mita Chowdhury, Wahida Mollick Jolly, Chitralekha Guha, Traupa Majumder, Intekhab Dinar, Bonna Mirza, Farhana Mithu, Bijori Barkatullah, Fazlur Rahman Babu, Shanjida Priti, Shojol, Humayun Faridi, Tushar Khan and the co-writer himself Abul Kalam Azad.
Dolly is a television variety show that ran on ABC during the 1987-1988 season featuring Dolly Parton.
The Six Million Dollar Man is an American television series about a former astronaut with bionic implants working for a fictional government office known as OSI. The series is based on the Martin Caidin novel Cyborg, which was the series's proposed title during pre-production. Following three television movies aired in 1973, The Six Million Dollar Man aired on the ABC network as a regular series for five seasons from 1974 to 1978. The title role of Steve Austin was played by Lee Majors, who subsequently became a pop culture icon of the 1970s. A spin-off series, The Bionic Woman, ran from 1976-78. Several television movies featuring both eponymous characters were also produced between 1987 and 1994.
Tottie: The Story of a Doll's House is a 1984 animated television series produced by Smallfilms, directed and narrated by Oliver Postgate. It is based on The Dolls' House, a children's novel written by Rumer Godden originally published in 1947, and focuses on the toys living in a Victorian Dolls' House belonging to sisters Emily and Charlotte Dane. The whole series had a very dark edge as the dolls had to wish very hard that good things would happen and they would not fall on misfortune. The series started with the phrase "Dolls are not like people, people choose, but dolls can only be chosen".
Go inside the lives of top LA real estate agents as they broker big deals and drama.