The retelling of France's iconic but ill-fated queen, Marie Antoinette. From her betrothal and marriage to Louis XVI at 15 to her reign as queen at 19 and ultimately the fall of Versailles.
A woman at the age of 50 moves back in with her parents after her husband leave her for a younger woman.
The Saint-Tropez police launch a major offensive against dangerous drivers. Marechal Cruchot (Louis de Funès) relishes the assignment, which he pursues with a manic zeal. Cruchot is after an offending driver, who turns out to be Josépha (Claude Gensac), the widow of a highly regarded police colonel. When they meet, Cruchot falls instantly in love....
Marie Heurtin is born both blind and deaf. Sister Marguerette wins her trust and teaches her how to express herself.
A single mother takes a job with the government where she is confronted with corruption.
An Indian chief's daughter loves a Mountie (Howard Keel) who loves a French Canadian (Ann Blyth) who loves a fugitive trapper (Fernando Lamas).
The most turbulent five years in the life of a genius woman: Between 1905, where Marie Curie comes with Pierre Curie to Stockholm to be awarded the Nobel Prize for the discovery of the radioactivity, and 1911, where she receives her second Nobel Prize, after challenging France's male-dominated academic establishment both as a scientist and a woman.
The young Austrian princess Marie Antoinette (Norma Shearer) is arranged to marry Louis XVI (Robert Morley), future king of France, in a politically advantageous marriage for the rival countries. The opulent Marie indulges in various whims and flirtations, including Count Axel (Tyrone Power). When Louis XV (John Barrymore) passes and Louis XVI ascends the French throne, his queen's extravagant lifestyle earns the hatred of the French people, who despise her Austrian heritage.
Opera singer, Marie de Flor, seeks out fugitive brother in the Canadian wilderness. During her trek, she meets a Canadian mountie, Sgt. Bruce, who is also searching for her brother. Romance ensues, resulting in several love duets between the two.
A group of ex-resistance fighters are brought together by Marie-Octobre, the code name of Marie-Helene Dumoulin. The former members of the network have carried on with their lives after the war, but this evening they are going to have to live again a fateful night – the night their leader was killed. He had been betrayed, his name given to the Germans. The search for the traitor puts each personality in the spotlight – and also that of the killed leader, Castille.
Jessie Wallace stars in this BBC drama based on the turbulent life and times of Marie Lloyd, known as the 'Queen of the Music Hall', who was famous at the turn of the 20th century not just for her performances on stage but also for her riotous behaviour off it. Lloyd's love life and outrageous conduct made her a target for the rising tabloid newspapers of the time. The film includes some of Lloyd's most famous songs, including 'My Old Man Said Follow the Van' and her theme song 'A Little of What You Fancy Does You Good'.
In 1561, Mary Stuart, widow of the King of France, returns to Scotland, reclaims her rightful throne and menaces the future of Queen Elizabeth I as ruler of England, because she has a legitimate claim to the English throne. Betrayals, rebellions, conspiracies and their own life choices imperil both Queens. They experience the bitter cost of power, until their tragic fate is finally fulfilled.
A random montage of disturbing images tell a story about one summer in the lives of two teenagers who somehow find love within each other, Orso and Marie. After they realize this, they run off to a hidden island off the coast of France where they can not be bothered until Orso's hunger for danger and crime become too much for him, forcing him to return to his normal life...
Marie-Jo and Her Two Lovers (French: Marie-Jo et ses deux amours) is a 2002 French drama film directed by Robert Guédiguian. It was entered into the 2002 Cannes Film Festival.
A look at avant-garde filmmaker Marie Menken.
Marie welcomes visitors who emerge from the shadows. They prompt her to face her deepest emotions, losing notion of the borders between her inner world and the outside.
Marie is based on the main character in the film Au Hasard Balthazar by Robert Bresson. Music by Brahms, sound by Snacks (Tom Boram and Dan Breen).
Marie tries to pick up the pieces of her life after a breakup.
Donny & Marie is an American variety show which aired on ABC from January 1976 to January 1979. The show stars brother and sister pop duo Donny Osmond and Marie Osmond. Donny had first become popular singing in a music group with his brothers, The Osmonds, and Marie was one of the youngest singers to reach #1 on the Billboard Country Music charts. The siblings were offered a weekly show by ABC-TV President Fred Silverman after he saw the duo co-host a week on The Mike Douglas Show which followed their series of popular remakes of oldies, such as "I'm Leaving It Up To You", "Morning Side Of The Mountain", "Deep Purple" and "Make The World Go Away". Donny and Marie were the youngest entertainers in TV history to host their own variety show. A year later, The Keane Brothers would break this record.
In a series of inspiring home makeovers, world-renowned tidying expert Marie Kondo helps clients clear out the clutter -- and choose joy.
Marie is an American talk show television series hosted by musician Marie Osmond. Debuting on October 1, 2012, it is produced by Associated Television International and airs on Hallmark Channel. The entirety of the first season was shot at Avenue Six Studios in Van Nuys, California. It was announced on July 3, 2013, that Marie will not return to the Hallmark Channel. The series' distribution company, Associated Television International, is planning to shop the series for broadcast syndication with the return being slated for fall 2014. New episodes contunied to air until July 30, 2013.
The young Maria Theresia sees her life clearly in front of her: she will marry Franz Stephan of Lorraine and start a family of many with him. Even if Franz Stephan is not quite sure of his luck and her father, Emperor Charles VI, and his powerful advisor Prince Eugene of Savoy forge quite different plans for them. It looks quite as if the young archduchess must sacrifice her happiness to the cause of the state
BBC mini-series with Jane Lapotaire in the title role. The programme chronicles the work of scientific pioneer Marie Curie as she conducts her research into radioactivity, makes the famous discovery of Radium and wins Nobel Prizes for both Physics and Chemistry. The programme also looks at key events that affected the soon-to-be famous revolutionary including the devastating death of her husband (Nigel Hawthorne) and her subsequent controversial affairs.
For every couple getting married, big decisions have to be made. And the biggest decision of all is location, location, location! Property and design expert Tommy Smythe takes engaged couples on a tour of three completely unique spaces, where their fantasy wedding could take place.
Marie Lorieux, a contract worker at the Paris Police Prefecture, is tired of distributing tickets. While walking the streets of the capital, she finds herself mingled with intrigues all wacky and incredible as each other and decides to act alone in its investigations to the chagrin of his head of department who does not know how to do for the reason and her husband, Hervé, worried constantly.
Marie-Soleil was a Canadian children's television show in the 1980s. The show, starring children's entertainer Suzanne Pinel, used stories and songs to teach French to anglophone kids. The series was produced by CJOH-TV in Ottawa, and aired on many stations associated with the CTV Television Network. The puppet-character, an English-speaking dog named Fergus, was played by Jon Park-Wheeler. There was also a clown named Samuel, played by Ann Paradis, who spoke with sign language for the hearing impaired.
Nat & Marie is an interactive Canadian Internet talk show hosted by Anastasia “Nat” Tubanos and Marie Nicola, who provide their commentary on online pop-culture, viral videos, interesting online content, digital news, celebrities, and other parts of internet culture like trending topics. Each show also features an element of live music, most often hip hop, rap and R&B. Airing Since the creation on the show Nat & Marie have successfully channelled their brand as a commentator for online culture for Huffington Post and presenters.
Donny & Marie is an American talk show hosted by Donny and Marie Osmond, that aired in syndication from September 1998 to May 2000 and was produced by Dick Clark. The show had a "house band", featuring Jerry Williams, Kat Dyson, Paul Peterson, and Nick Vincent.
Miss Marie Lloyd – Queen of The Music Hall is a British television drama first shown on BBC Four in 2007. It was produced by Hat Trick Productions. It traced the turbulent and unconventional life of Edwardian Music Hall star Marie Lloyd, and formed part of BBC Four's Edwardians – The Birth of Now season.
Follow Marie-Christine Lavoie as she travels to India and Indonesia where she finds inspiration, objects and ideas to create furnishings and accessories that will serve as the starting point for unique decors in her Laurentian home.
Marienhof is a German soap opera, first shown on October 1, 1992 on German TV channel, Das Erste. It started as a weekly series, before becoming a daily program on January 2, 1995. The show was canceled in February 2011 and aired its last episode on June 15, 2011. In the 90s, the Marienhof became a huge success in Finland and remained a fan favorite until it was canceled to license problems. Over the years, the show became known for tackling several social issues, such as homosexuality, homelessness, private bankruptcy, rape, drug abuse, AIDS, child abuse, suicide, cancer, adultery and murder. The show focuses on the everyday life of the residents of the Marienhof, a fictional suburb in Cologne.
One of the most famous artists of her time, Elisabeth's dramatic life was lived during tumultuous times.
Marielena is a Spanish-language telenovela written by Delia Fiallo. It premiered on Telemundo in 1992, and starred Lucía Méndez and Eduardo Yáñez. The telenovela was aired in 9 countries around the world.