How I Unleashed World War II is a story of a Polish soldier Franciszek Dolas, who - as a result of comical coincidences - is convinced that he started the Second World War. Trying to redeem himself at all costs, he constantly gets into new trouble. In doing so, he finds himself on different war fronts (Yugoslavia, Mediterranean Sea, Near East, Italy) and eventually returns to Poland.
How I unleashed World War II is a Polish feature film made in 1969, based on Kazimierz Sławiński's novel "Przygody kanoniera Dolasa" (The adventures of Dolas the cannoneer). The film was divided into three parts: Ucieczka (The escape), Za bronią (Following the arms) and Wśród swoich (Among friends).
How I Unleashed World War II tells the story of a Polish soldier Franciszek Dolas, who - as a result of comical coincidences - is convinced that he started the Second World War. Trying to redeem himself at all costs, he constantly gets into new trouble. In doing so, he finds himself on different war fronts (Yugoslavia, Mediterranean Sea, Near East, Italy) and eventually returns to Poland.
Loonatics Unleashed is an American animated television series produced by Warner Bros. Animation that ran on the Kids' WB for two seasons from 2005 to 2007 in the United States, Teletoon in Canada, Kids Central in Singapore, Cartoon Network's Boomerang in Australia, Cartoon Network in the UK, Southeast Asia and Latin America, and XHGC in Mexico. It is still broadcasting on Clan TVE. The series was loosely based on the Looney Tunes cartoon characters, with the series described by Warner Bros. as an "action-comedy." Loonatics Unleashed is meant to be a mixture of the Looney Tunes shorts' irreverent style of humor and a modern action animated series, with the characters designed in an anime inspired style.
Anime Unleashed was an anime block that was broadcast on the American cable TV network, G4. The block was placed on the original TechTV in early 2003 and moved to G4techTV after the two networks merged. Titles airing on the block almost exclusively came from domestic anime distributors ADV Films, Bandai and Geneon.
Comics Unleashed is a half-hour comedic talk show produced by the Entertainment Studios production company and hosted by Byron Allen, with John Cramer as announcer and DJ Cobra providing music support. The show features a panel of four guest comedians performing their standup bits thinly disguised as a sit-down chat show, sometimes preceded by a brief monologue or joke from Allen. Certain episodes were branded as Comics Unleashed: Hot Chocolate, as the featured comedians on those episodes were all of African descent. First-run weekly episodes were originally produced from 2006-07, with repeats still airing in some markets, including on a number of CBS affiliates, generally in the very late-night to overnight hours. Repeats of the series have been renewed in major CBS markets through the fall 2012 season, often following The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson on those stations. Back-to-back episodes also aired in prime time on MyNetworkTV before it became a programming service. The series is also broadcast by the TV One cable network.
UFC Unleashed is a television series produced by Spike TV and the Ultimate Fighting Championship. It features matches from past UFC events. Episodes are one hour in length, showing several UFC bouts and "best of" compilations of popular fighters such as Chuck Liddell and Randy Couture.
An animated series about a 10-year-old much-loved mischief-maker Dennis, his fearless friends and their hometown.
Gormiti Nature Unleashed is an Italian animated series co-produced from Giochi Preziosi and Mondo TV. After the first Gormiti series success among Italy and Europe, production companies decided to revive it in a combination of 3D and CGI animation. The new 52x22′ series is titled Gormiti: Nature Unleashed. According to Michelle Azoury, head of sales and brand manager at Mondo TV, it “does not discount the earlier series but does not directly address it either.”
Rescue Ink Unleashed is a reality television series that premiered on September 25, 2009 on the National Geographic Channel. The series features a Long Island-based animal welfare organization, called Rescue Ink. The group is made up of heavily tattooed motorcycle riders who work to combat animal cruelty and rescue animals in need. The group states they use aggressive and "in-your-face" tactics, to put to shame and report abusive animal owners. The group takes action to remove distressed animals from their environments, taking them to no-kill shelters or rehabilitation facilities. They operate their own shelter in Long Beach, New York. The initial cast members went by the names Joe Panz, Big Ant, Johnny O, Eric, G, Angel, Junior, Robert and Batso, the 75-year-old eldest member of the group. In October 2012, they will launch the RISA Facebook application. RISA will allow animal abuse reports to be stored and displayed identifying locations most in need. The data will be used for awareness and prevention purposes against animal abuse. A statistical overview of geographical locations will be used to inform followers of the regions most in need. RISA was developed by Thoransoft a Montreal/Laval based software company.