Elmer Fudd goes duck-hunting on a pond, where Daffy Duck proclaims himself guardian of all his web-footed cousins and retaliates against Elmer by using various types of explosive.
Top Shot is an American reality television show that debuted on the History Channel on June 6, 2010. The show features 16 contestants, split into two teams of eight, competing in various types of shooting challenges. One by one, the contestants are eliminated until only one remains. That contestant receives a $100,000 grand prize and the title of "Top Shot." Survivor contestant Colby Donaldson is the host.
Basketball players compete in underground, cash-prize tournaments in Mexico. This is their last chance to live their dreams.
Live Shot is an American drama television show starring Jeff Yagher that aired in fall 1995 on UPN. The show centered on fictional television station, KXZX, in Los Angeles's Re-Action News. It was an ensemble piece, one of the rare occasions in television where there was no true main character. Most notable in the show's run was an early use of an ongoing story arc centering around the murder of a Los Angeles socialite. As the show was canceled with little warning, the story arc was never resolved. Also, sports reporter Lou Waller came out of the closet in the last act of the last episode to air. Consequently, the fallout of this event was never shown.
A nine-part documentary Web series about the Google Lunar X Prize (GLXP).
Hot Shot is a Taiwanese drama starring Jerry Yan, Show Luo, and Wu Chun of Fahrenheit. It was produced by Comic International Productions and directed by Lin He Long. It was first broadcast in Taiwan on free-to-air China Television from 27 July 2008 to 9 November 2008, on Sundays at 22:00 to 23:30 and cable TV Gala Television Variety Show/CH 28 on 2 August 2008 to 15 November 2008, every Saturday at 21:30 to 23:00. This show was also broadcast in Hong Kong, China, Japan, South Korea, Vietnam, Indonesia and Philippines.
Three rival freelance stringers scour the streets at night to film crime scenes, fires, accidents -- and anything else they can sell to news outlets.
Long Shot is a Canadian current affairs television series which aired on CBC Television in 1959.
The Shot was a reality television show created by Nigel Barker and produced by VH1 in 2007. The Shot included 10 aspiring fashion photographers working through a series of games in order to win the competition. Russell James was the host/mentor. The winner of season 1 of the show, as announced on December 23, 2007, was Maria Hartman. She beat Dean on the final challenge, and her winning shot will be used on the cover of Victoria's Secret annual catalog. The shot is of model Alessandra Ambrosio. Maria will also receive a $100,000 and a spread on Marie Claire magazine as prizes.
Condemned To Be Shot was an early BBC television drama, broadcast by the BBC Television Service in the United Kingdom on the evening of Saturday March 4, 1939. It is particularly notable for two reasons – firstly, it was one of the very first plays to be written especially for television, rather than adapted from the theatre or from radio drama. Secondly, it was the first television production where the camera was made into one of the 'characters' of the piece – the play revolves around the first-person perspective of the character whose viewpoint the camera represents, and who is not otherwise seen, his voice heard only in voiceover. The play ends with the main character faced with a firing squad. The cast consisted of Reginald Brooke, Zoe Davies, Olga Edwardes, Wilfred Fletcher, Neil Porter, Hilary Pritchard, Henry Belling and Ben Soutten. Twenty minutes in length, the play was written by R.E.J. Brooke. It was produced by Jan Bussell and broadcast live from the BBC's studios at Alexandra Palace. As there was no professional method of recording television programmes at the time, no record survives of the production aside from still photographs.
The Golden Shot was a British television game show produced by ATV for ITV between 1 July 1967 and 13 April 1975, based on the German TV show Der goldene Schuss. It is most commonly associated with host Bob Monkhouse, though, three other presenters also hosted the show during its lifetime. Hostess Anne Aston was on hand to read out the scores achieved by the contestants, and each month a "Maid of the Month", usually a glamour model of the era, would demonstrate the prizes and announce the contestants. When Bob Monkhouse returned to present the show in 1974, he was joined by co-hostess Wei Wei Wong, an ex-member of Dougie Squires' Second Generation dance troupe. This was notable as one of the earliest regular appearances by an Asian woman on British TV.
Shot Through the Heart is a 1998 TV film directed by David Attwood, shown on the BBC and HBO in 1998, which covers the Siege of Sarajevo during the Bosnian War. The film is based on a true story and an article called Anti-Sniper by John Falk.
The Buck Shot Show was a long-running local children's television series that aired on CFCN Television in Calgary, Alberta, Canada from 1967 to 1997. From 1967 to 1992 it was a daily program, airing at noon. From 1992 to 1997 it aired Saturday and Sunday mornings. At the time of its cancellation it was the longest-running children's TV show in Canadian history. The show's host, the avuncular, cowboy-hatted Buck Shot, was played by Calgary entertainer Ron Barge. Other characters included Benny the Bear, Clyde the Owl and Farley, all performed by puppeteers Jim Lewis and Phil Gordon-Cooper. Theme music for the series was "The Elephant Never Forgets", a playful version of Beethoven's "Turkish March" in 1967 by electronic music pioneers Perrey and Kingsley.
Last Shot with Judge Gunn is an American reality-based nontraditional court show that debuted in syndication on September 26, 2011. The series is presented by Mary Ann Gunn and distributed by Trifecta Entertainment, with Peter Brennan, Matt Battaglia, and George Jones serving as executive producers on this series, with Lisa Lew as Co-Executive Producer, and Justin Page and Terry Powell as Supervising Producers. In 2012, after only its first season on the air, it won a Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Legal/Courtroom Program. To date, this is the earliest into production that any court show has ever received a Daytime Emmy Award. Moreover, it is the first nontraditional courtroom series to receive a Daytime Emmy Award. On May 1, 2013, Last Shot with Judge Gunn had again been nominated for the "Outstanding Legal/Courtroom Program" Daytime Emmy Award, but did not win the second time around.
A condensed version of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee , including outtakes and excerpts from previous episodes and centered around a particular theme.