The Trojan Boat – The first theatre work by the Viennese brass septe Mnozil Brass, which has justly been described as the “Monty Python of Music”. Mnozil Brass are all graduates of the famous Vienna Conservatory and impress with their breathtaking comedy and over-the-top imagination. Fully in compliance with Shakespeare’s motto “Let me play the lion too”, they take on all the musical and acting roles in their operetta and – just in passing and with a lot of humour – they also blur the borders between stage and orchestra pit.
Life aboard a German U-Boat during World War II.
Quintessential reality star couples are forced to face their personal demons in an extreme relationship boot camp, hoping to fix their broken unions. Raw, unbridled truth ensues when they are pushed to their emotional and physical limits to see if their relationships are worth saving or they should pull the plug.
Boot Camp is an American weekly reality tv game show that aired for one season on Fox starting March 28, 2001. The show drew a lawsuit from Mark Burnett due to similarity to his reality show Survivor. The game was won by Jen Whitlow from Atlanta, Georgia.
Marriage Boot Camp: Bridezillas is an American reality television series that debuted on May 31, 2013. It is a spinoff of Bridezillas that centers on five couples from previous seasons as they move into one house together in order to save their marital bonds.
Bootleg was a 2002 miniseries for children, commissioned by the BBC and based on a book of the same name by Alex Shearer. It was made shown as a three-part series in the UK in 2002, was then broadcast in Australia and all over the world. The novel has been adapted in Japan in the form of manga and 13 episode ONA series under the title Chokorēto Andāguraundo.
The world's greatest feline fighter, lover and milk connoisseur is back in this original series filled with daring adventures, great boots, and laugh-out-loud fun! The entire family will be entranced by Puss' fantastical CG world filled with new characters, exotic locations and mystical tales that make up the stuff of legends. There's nothing that can get in this celebrated swashbuckling kitty's way...except maybe a hairball.
Bindi's Bootcamp is an Australian children's game show television series aired on ABC3 on 7 July 2012 until 29 September 2012. It was hosted by Bindi Irwin.
A weekly live musical performance show where artists perform 3 songs and interact with viewers in between each song by answering questions and comments in real-time.
Car Booty is a British television programme shown on BBC One as part of their daytime schedule, and is showing on Digital channel, Home. The concept of the show is for a family or group who are in need of funds to sell items from around their home at a car boot sale, in order to raise the desired amount of money. There are times when there is an antique too good for the boot sale, so coverage of a family member taking an item to a specialist is often shown. The show is presented by Lorne Spicer, who can also be seen on daytime show Money Spinners and recently on BBC's My Life For Sale'. She is joined by valuer Mark Franks and from time to time Paul Hayes, who also presents the show by himself when Lorne is not available. The show is made by Leopard Films, who also make Cash in the Attic.
The historical drama was meant to revolve around brothers Edwin, Junius Brutus Jr. and John Wilkes Booth and chronicles the years leading up to Lincoln’s assassination.
Boots and Saddles is an American Western television series created by Robert A. Cinader which aired in syndication from 1957 to 1958.
Bootsie and Snudge is a British television situation comedy series written, in the early days, by Barry Took and Marty Feldman; later writers were John Antrobus, Jack Rosenthal, ventriloquist Ray Alan and Harry Driver. The show featured Clive Dunn, more famous as Corporal Jones in Dad's Army, as well as Alfie Bass and Bill Fraser. Series 1-3, 5 centred around a gentlemen's club called the Imperial Club, whilst the fourth series broadcast as "Foreign Affairs" centred around a British Embassy in Bosnik. 112 half-hour episodes were made, being broadcast from 1960 to 1964 and in 1974. The traditional gentlemen's club in Britain has long been used for comedic purposes in films, usually because of the eccentric characters with whom it can be populated, and the arcane rules. The rule of absolute silence in the reading room, notwithstanding several old men snoring under copies of The Times, is a common feature of such comedy. Memorable moments include Kenneth Connor, in the film Carry On Regardless, being forced to mime "Your flies are open" to one of the members. In the Imperial Club Bootsie and Snudge resumed their roles of snivelling skiver and bullying sergeant, with contributions from the ancient and always-bumbling dogsbody, Johnson, all under the tyrannical eye of the "Hon. Sec.", the club secretary played by Robert Dorning. The Hon. Sec.'s way of dealing with arguments was to drown out the opposition with repetitions of "Tup! Tup!", rising in volume until the other party stopped trying. Thus Bootsie's name for the character was "Ol' Tuptup".
A mysterious man sits in the booth at the end who people make a deal with to get what they want. They do the task or they don't - that is up to them, but there are no rule changes.