Jack London's classic adventure story about the friendship developed between a Yukon gold hunter and the mixed dog-wolf he rescues from the hands of a man who mistreats him.
A brother and sister return to their family home in search of their world famous parents who have disappeared.
China is ripped apart by a civil war, and thousands of displaced refugees swarm into towns not yet ravaged by war. Three such refugees arrive in one town. They join forces with local rebel leaders to escape to the south before getting into trouble with Lu Feng who is out to exterminate all rebels.
After participating in a robbery and unplanned murder, Chloe Romero and Joe Spencer set out to hide at a distant relative's house only to be stalked as prey and hunted by creatures and forces unknown.
The famous story of the Shaolin Temple's betrayal by the White-Browed Hermit, and the subsequent revenge by Shaolin firebrand Fang Shih-yu, is the stuff of legend. It has been filmed many times by many directors, but few are remembered as fondly as this production. The potent combination of director Chang Cheh and international idol Alexander Fu Sheng caught lightning in a lens.
Using clips from classic horror films and contemporary interviews, this cable-TV documentary tries to separate truth from fable in discussing vampires and werewolves -- a task that often proves impossible. After noting that fear of the supernatural stems from mankind's basic terror involving darkness and awe of the moon, the film ticks off several documented cases of "actual" blood sucking and lycanthropy. Among those interviewed are weapons experts, scientists, sociologists, and movie buffs, as well as a few hardy souls who claim to be genuine Dracula and Wolfman clones. Originally slated to air during Halloween weekend in 2003, Fang vs. Fiction: The Real Underworld of Vampires and Werewolves was moved forward two months as an extended promotion for the upcoming theatrical feature Underworld, which, of course, dealt with the same terrifying subject matter. [Hal Erickson]
In an ordinary Chinese winter, a small city junior high student, YU, tries to quit her school aerobic dancing team.
THE PRODIGAL BOXER features Chinese folk hero Fong Sai Yuk (aka Fong Si Yu), the subject of dozens of HK kung fu films. The role is played by Meng Fei as a callow, unschooled youth and wrongfully accused murderer. Two vicious masters of the local kung fu school, seeking revenge against Fong Sai Yuk, attack his home and kill his father while Fong is away. Fong’s attempts to avenge the death of his father result in his being badly beaten. Fong trains at the hands of his martial artist mother as she puts him through rigorous training and an herbal bath that makes him invulnerable. A trail of revenge is set in motion with Fong against the two masters, played by formidable kung fu villains Yasuaki Kurata and Wang Ching. Can a year's worth of training prepare Fong Sai Yuk for his deadly confrontation with the vicious masters?
On July 24, 2012, I drove to a city to cheer three local independent candidates and human right activists. While doing these things, we found ourselves tailed. At 12:00 at night, some policemen came to our room and started the so-called room inspection.
Thirteen static shots tell a story of human communication.
After failing to sell the skins he has achieved, Grey Beaver Hunter accepts some gold in exchange for his faithful dog White Fang. The new owner holds and mistreats the dog to infuriate and use in illegal dog fighting. In one of the White Fang fights suffer serious injuries. An animal advocate stopped the fight and White Fang takes to heal the wounds.
Adventure awaits in the story of White Fang, a peaceful courageous wolf who overcomes all odds in this animated tale for children based on Jack London's original classic. A young wolf pup and his mother are forced to join a Native American tribe to survive after their pack leader perishes. He is reluctantly traded to a greedy businessman in compensation for a grievance and entrained in a corrupt dog fighting ring. Rescued by a compassionate young man, White Fang begins a lifelong bond, finds puppy love and room for more adventures...
A woman and her weakling brother inherit a mine. When the brother commits suicide the guide is accused of murder.
Performer Fang Zhenzhu is persecuted by both the collaborationist government under Japanese occupation and the Nationalist government after World War II. His life begins anew after Liberation.
A boy and his dog, White Fang, must try to save the noble Haida tribe from evil white men in turn-of-the-century Alaska.
Sent by his parents to study kung fu at the Shaolin temple, folk hero Fong Sai Yuk (Bo Wa Shut) is taught by the finest fighters in the land and must prove himself to a particularly tough instructor in Part 1 of this two-part tale. The young student eventually enters a competition and, in a classic scene, fights off hundreds of monks in the "Swastika Formation." Wing-Ha Chan, Hung-Man Do and Gwok Leung also star in this martial arts extravaganza.
A short about animal training.
The film tells that Fang Shiyu’s father was killed by the sacred traitor, and Fang Shiyu pursued the revenge for truth. He was devastated by the bloody sea and the hope of the same door. In order to seek justice, the safflower rebellious party, encountering savage and eager to go hand in hand, escaped from birth with the help of the former Qingmei, and finally won the perfect ending, and staged the love of a true chivalry. Hate feelings and hatred. The film is exclusively broadcast on the iQiyi movie channel on April 18th!
White Fang was a 1993 television series loosely based on a novel by Jack London. During its single season 26 episodes were produced. It tells the story of young Matt Scott who adopts a wolf/dog named Fang who continually saves him from bad situations.
Young Hero Fang Shiyu is a 1999 Hong Kong television series based on the story of Chinese folk hero Fang Shiyu. It starred Dicky Cheung as the titular protagonist.
The Legend of White Fang is a cartoon series based on the historical serial White Fang by Jack London FilmFair, at the time a division of the Storm Group, produced the series for the Canadian pay television channel Family, which transmitted it from 1992–94; HBO later transmitted it in the United States. Canadian writer Pierre Berton was a history consultant to the series.
Both dramas are quite sweet and has a cute couple as the main leads. The female leads of both dramas are tricked into marrying with someone that has a bad reputation and both know how to cook. In Hua Jian Ti Hu Fang Da Chu, the male lead acts like a gangster, he's rude, doesn't do anything but visit the brothel or picking fights. In My Amazing bride, the male lead has an IQ of a child. Both male leads become desirable husband/ spouse material during the drama through the efforts of the female lead. However, Hua Jian Ti Hu Fang Da Chu is more carefree and fluffy and the leads have a happier relationship throughout the drama. In My amazing Bride, the drama is a little more tragic and the couple faces more obstacles in their relationship.
Forty-foot waves, 700 pound crab pots, freezing temperatures and your mortality staring you in the face…it's all in a day's work for these modern day prospectors. During each episode we will watch crews race to meet their quota and make it home safely.
Fang of the Sun Dougram is a 75-episode anime television series, created by Ryosuke Takahashi and Sunrise, and aired in Japan from October 23, 1981 to March 25, 1983 on TV Tokyo. A 1983 full-length feature film, Dougram: Documentary of the Fang of the Sun, summarized the series.
Investigator Jan and profiler Louise constantly move around in the thrilling periphery of a murderer's view as they link a series of killings.
Song Yu Die, a renowned chef in the Jiangnan area, was actually a lost Song Dynasty princess. She grew up among the commoners and learned her trade from her adoptive mother. Just when she was about to marry her childhood sweetheart, she got entangled in a warfare between a Song prince and a Jin general. To settle the conflicts between the two countries, she left her beloved to marry her country's enemy.
A 9-year-old barbarian warrior from another world enters third grade and learns about the modern world, while trying to save his native land from a vile villain.
After an accidental drowning, Li Wei Wei a famous fashion designer, loses parts of her memory. Whereby her memories stop at when she was 23. The boyfriend she remembers has now become her ex and rival, and instead a stranger is her fiancé. Li Wei Wei does not believe that she broke up with her ex Chen Yi Du and investigates the reason to as why they did. Her fiancé Qi Cheng, in order to protect and rekindle his relationship, uses all methods to prevent Wei Wei from investigating. During her investigation, Wei Wei discovers that due to the hectic lifestyle of adulthood, she has lost the innocence of her original dreams. It was this very reason as well to as why she and her ex broke up. The now 30 years old Li Wei Wei has decided to change her lifestyle. She plans to regain her most pure emotions and dreams as well as finding true love.
After a lifetime of mistakes, Linda is sent to serve time in Iceland’s only women’s prison for a vicious assault that leaves her father in a coma. But no-one knows that she harbours a dark secret that could tear her family apart, a secret that could set her free.
Brilliant strategist Bai Ping Ting and prince-general Chu Bei Jie of rival kingdoms find themselves torn between loyalty to the country and their passionate love for each other.
My Lucky Star is a 2007 drama starring Jimmy Lin, Leon Jay Williams, and Yoo Ha Na. It was produced by Sanlih E-Television and directed by Chen Ming Zhang. The series was first broadcast in Taiwan on free-to-air Taiwan Television from 11 March 2007 to 22 July 2007, every Sunday from 21:30 to 23:15 and cable TV Sanlih E-Television on 17 March 2007 to 28 July 2007, every Saturday at 21:00. The premiere episode on TTV achieved an average rating of 2.24 and peaked at 2.4. Like the boy who cried wolf, Xia Zhi Xing had lied one too many times. So when she did tell the truth, nobody believed her except for the most unlikely person, Zhong Tian Qi, a runaway young master of a jewelry empire. His belief in her inspired her to become a real jewelry designer instead of a lying, scheming jewelry con artist. In the process, she taught him the real value of jewels that he is destined to inherit.
Banged Up Abroad is a British documentary/docudrama television series created by Bart Layton that was produced for Channel 5 and that premiered in March 2006. Most episodes feature stories of people who have been arrested while travelling abroad, usually for trying to smuggle illegal drugs, although some episodes feature people who were kidnapped or captured while travelling or living in any other country. Some episodes have featured real-life stories that first became well-known when they were the subject of a film: films that have been "re-made" in this way include Midnight Express, Goodfellas, The Devil's Double, Argo, and, to a lesser extent, Casino and Mr Nice.