In Naples, in the Second World War, the wolf businessman Domenico Soriano meets the seventeen years old whore Filumena Marturano in a brothel during an allied bombing. Two years later, in the post-war, they meet each other by chance and begin a long affair. For twenty-two years, Filumena is his mistress and administrates his shops in Naples while Domenico is traveling. When Domenico decides to marry the young cashier of his bakery, Filumena lures him as if she were near to death and he marries her. Later he annuls their matrimony, and she tells him that she has three sons that she raised secretly, one of them is his legitimate son but she does not disclose his identity. The middle-age Domenico uses the most different subterfuges trying to find which teenager might be his son.
Style is a 2009 South Korean television series starring Kim Hye-soo, Lee Ji-ah, Ryu Shi-won, and Lee Yong-woo. It aired on SBS from August 1 to September 20, 2009 on Saturdays and Sundays at 21:45 for 16 episodes. Based on the popular 2008 chick lit novel of the same title by former fashion reporter Baek Young-ok, Style depicts the inner workings of a fictional fashion magazine.
Love, American Style is a comedic television anthology, which was produced by Paramount Television and originally aired between 1969 and 1974. For the 1971 and 1972 seasons it was a part of an ABC Friday prime-time lineup that also included The Brady Bunch, The Partridge Family, Room 222, and The Odd Couple.
Wacky Science Fiction Series Wandaba Style, shortened to Wandaba Style in the English language release, is a twelve part anime series. The television series was released in English by ADV Films and 3 volumes of videos were released on VHS and DVD.
A Style for You is a beauty and fashion program where MCs actively give advice and tips on makeup, fashion , diet, food and other interests.
Tim Gunn's Guide to Style is an American reality television series on Bravo. The series debuted on September 6, 2007 and is hosted by Project Runway's Tim Gunn, and co-hosted by model Veronica Webb in the first season and Gretta Monahan in the second season. Gunn and his cohost offer to make over guests following their style as long as they adhere to a set of style rules.
Find out everything there is to know about Japanese tradition, from food to culture to objects and arts, and the people who are continuing it today.
BET Style is an entertainment show, much like syndicated Entertainment Tonight, that focuses on African Americans in the entertainment industry. It aired from 2004 to 2006 on Black Entertainment Television at 7:30e-p/6:30c on Thursdays. Its hosts were usually Big Tigger and Melyssa Ford. Its last episode was on July 6, 2006. It was replaced by The Black Carpet, a show covering similar material in a new style.
Family Style is a reality television series that premiered on Food Network, on August 26, 2010. The show centers around an Italian restauranteur family "The Maggiore's" based in the Carlsbad, California. The series focuses on brother and sister combo Joey and Melissa opening their first restaurant "Tommy V's" together. Melissa is the more strait laced one and is in charge of running the restaurant. Joey is the flashy one who is in charge of cooking in the kitchen. Their two different styles constantly bump heads.
Country Style was an Australian television variety series which aired on ABC during 1958. ABC series typically had shorter seasons than shows on commercial television, which was also the case with Country Style. It would appear the series aired for more episodes in Sydney than in Melbourne. In Melbourne it aired on Saturdays, while in Sydney it aired on Wednesdays. Performers who appeared on the series included the Balamindi Harmony Club, singer Pat Spencer, singer Frank Ifield, violinist Geza Bachman dance caller Garry Cohen, singer Myrna Dodd, and singer Geoff Horner At least a couple episodes of this series still exist, and are held as 16mm kinescope recordings by National Archives of Australia.
Country Style was an American musical variety show on the DuMont Television Network from July 29 to November 25, 1950 on Saturday nights from 8–9 p.m. Eastern Time The setting was a small town bandstand on a Saturday night. Musical numbers, comedy vignettes and square dancing took place around the bandstand, where Alvy West and the Volunteer Firemens' Band played. The host was Peggy Ann Ellis. Regulars included Pat Adair, Bob Austin, Emily Barnes, Gordon Dilworth, and The Folk Dancers. As with most DuMont series, no episodes are known to survive.
Dannii Minogue: Style Queen is a three-part television documentary featuring Australian artist Dannii Minogue that aired on ITV2 on August 2010. The TV show followed Dannii Minogue as she prepared to embark on one of the biggest challenges in her career and a brand new chapter of her life – launching her brand-new fashion range Project D. The documentary gave viewers behind the scenes access with Dannii, as she allowed cameras access in the run up to her dream business at the same time juggling all the other important elements in her life; TV, music, red-carpet events, modelling, writing her autobiography, her boyfriend Kris, travelling between London and Australia for Australia's Got Talent – and her most important job – her impending motherhood. The show was originally broadcast on ITV2 on 4, 11 and 18 August 2010. It will make its Australian Premiere on Wednesday, 23 February 2011 at 7:30pm on FOX8.