Deck the halls with Donkey’s laughter in this all-new holiday collection. Donkey presents his very own carolling stage show featuring his Far Far Away pals in this merry, musical treat with all the trimmings! Join in the fun as they bring their own Shrektacular spirit to festive holiday songs, a fun Donkey Decoration scramble, and a hilarious virtual Yule Log that’s so funny… it’s on fire.
Four Londoners head off into the depths of the English countryside to share a little Christmas cheer, they get more than they bargained for.
Amazon was a syndicated television show created by Peter Benchley. It was developed by Canadian production companies Alliance Atlantis Communications & WIC Entertainment and German company Beta Film GmbH. The 22 episodes of the series were in first-run syndication between 1999 and 2000. The drama series focused on the six survivors of a crashed airline flight in the Brazilian Amazon jungle. The group soon comes into contact with a Native American tribe, and relations are anything but friendly. The group is taken in by a mysterious tribe, who descended from 16th century British colonists who were lost in Amazon. Relations with the Chosen are tenuous at best. Most of the group escapes the Chosen only to stir up a hornets nest with a tribe of cannibals, led by an insane American woman bent on domination of all the local tribes. The first season ended in a cliff-hanger, and a second season was never produced. The series retained sufficient interest that it was released on DVD in 2011. A novelization of the 2-hour pilot was written by Rob MacGregor, and a mass-market paperback was released by Harper on 8 Aug 2000. The German title was Amazonas - Gefangene des Dschungels.
Documentary series exploring the wildlife in the Amazon.
This comprehensive cinematic portrait of Europe's second-longest river presents scenes of breathtaking beauty along the banks of the Danube and investigates the tension between humans and nature, civilization and wilderness. Dams and power stations alternate with sections of natural wilderness along this mighty river, which flows through great cities such as Vienna and Budapest.
Amazon Fishbowl was a short-lived online talk show on Amazon.com hosted by Bill Maher that featured information and interviews related to recently released books, music, and movies. Amazon Fishbowl debuted on June 1, 2006 and was discontinued in late 2007 after 12 episodes. An Amazon spokesman said the show was created to eliminate the "separation between the artist discovery experience and the follow-up purchase opportunity".
The South American continent is a land of great extremes, stretching from the Antarctic to the Equator. It has the planet's greatest river system, longest mountain chain, biggest and richest rainforest and driest desert. Using the latest camera techniques, including infrared night vision cameras, rarely seen animals are revealed, while a special aerial camera soars over the continent, revealing an entirely new perspective on its varied and dramatic landscape.
Ed Stafford and Luke Collyer set out to walk the entire length of the Amazon River. Over seven thousand kilometres of the toughest terrain on the planet. Teeming with deadly wildlife and a battleground for the criminal drugs trade.
Tracing the giant river from its origins, high in the Andes, to its end, where it meets the sea on Brazil's Atlantic coast, Parry stays with the many and varied tribes who are desperately trying to maintain their way of life in a rapidly disappearing landscape.
Ross Kemp looks into the socio-economic and environmental pressures facing the Amazon regions of Brazil, Ecuador and Peru.
The series revolves around a race of genetically-engineered mutants known as Amazons, around four thousand of which are set loose into a city after a mysterious lab accident. Though normally able to mimic humans and live peaceful lives, the Amazons transform into ravenous flesh-eating monsters when the medicinal suppressant within their armlets runs out after two to three years.
The story of Amazon natives and how the destruction of their natural environment changed their lives.
Kamen Rider Amazon is a Japanese tokusatsu television series. The fourth installment to be produced as part of the Kamen Rider Series, the series aired in Japan from late 1974 to early 1975 on NET and the Mainichi Broadcasting System.The series starred Tōru Okazaki as the title character, Daisuke Yamamoto (Kamen Rider Amazon).
Victoriano Santos, owner of the ranch ‘Las Dianas’ and purebred horse breeder, has worked very hard his entire life and today he is the owner of a big emporium of dairy products processing. When he was a poor young man, he met Inés Huerta and they fell in love for good. Ever since then, Inés became his engine, his support, and his unconditional companion... but Loreto Guzmán’s malice separated them in the worst way since he raped Inés and, being pregnant and humiliated, she was compelled to move away. Victoriano ignored that Inés was abused and, believing she was an ungrateful woman, accepted to protect Diana, the wife of Vicente Mendoza, his best friend and owner of ‘Las Dianas’, when he was tragically killed. Vicente’s murder was attributed to Loreto, but Victoriano was a suspect, too. Loreto was sent to prison and Victoriano married Diana. Soon later, Inés retu
Las Amazonas is a Venezuelan telenovela that was produced by and seen on Venevisión. This telenovela lasted 105 episodes and was distributed internationally by Venevisión International.