What do you get when you mix a granddaughter from an extremely rich family with crime, murder, and a passion for law and justice? Kanbe Miwako (Kyoko Fukada), a granddaughter of a super rich millionaire becomes a detective and starts working at a male dominant police station. Her fancy fashion, elegant manners, and upper-class attitudes constantly gets on the nerves of the old-fashioned coworkers. However, to everyone’s surprise, Miwako’s unique investigation lead by an ultra rich sense of value becomes the key to solve mysterious cases, one by one!
Panorama, Nob Hill and Ruins of Millionaire Residences after the 1906 San Francisco earthquake.
How Bizarre starts with Pauly at the height of his fame, appearing twice on the UK music show “Top of the Pops”, sharing the stage with Cher, the Spice Girls, Bryan Adams, Back Street Boys, Sheryl Crow and other ‘90s music icons, and then rewinds to show his rise from the mean streets of Otara to musical stardom.
The musical biopic of jazz great Red Nichols features a healthy dose of melodrama along with the melodies. As the famed Dixieland cornetist, he runs into opposition to his sound, but breaks through to success. He marries a warm, patient woman (Bel Geddes) and even finds time to raise a family. Then tragedy strikes when their daughter contracts polio. The jazzman puts down his horn to stand by her.
When her father dies, Epifania Parerga, an Italian in London, becomes the world's richest woman. She feels incomplete without a husband and falls in love with a humble, Indian physician, Ahmed el Kabir, much loved by his indigent English patients.
Compilation video released by WCW that covers the Millionaire's Club versus New Blood feud.
One of Shaw's later plays, The Millionairess explores his fascination with the machinations of capitalism. Epifania is glamorous, clever... and also the richest woman in the world. Brought up by a money-mad father, she will only consider a man for marriage if he can convert £150 into £50,000 within six months. But when she meets an intriguing Egyptian doctor, he has his own money-making challenge for her...
A documentary about the First Yale Unit, a group of Yale students who trained for World War I.
This is a film about three pretty young ladies from Hong Kong who work as sales agents who travel to a resort in Japan for the sole purpose of meeting and wooing millionaires.
Self-crowned king of a gray-walled world of treacherous men... He out-schemed, out-talked, out-fought them all!
A young waitress falls for the son of a railroad tycoon, and finds herself hobnobbing with the rich when he invites her to spend some time with he and his family in Palm Springs.
Today, there are more people in the world who play League of Legends than there are people who live in France. We wanted to look inside this rapidly expanding world of competitive gaming, so VICE host Matt Shea flew to South Korea, a country where so-called "eSports" can either make you rich and famous or land you in rehab.
The rich heir Måns Lundin is about to get married to the equally rich Judith Fahlén but when his brother arrives for the wedding there is a disagreement about the money left by their dead father.
What happens when a glamorous express, with high government officials, wealthy merchants, concubines and a gang of brigands on board, speeds towards the small town of Hanshui, where escaping bank robbers, corrupt officials, and gamblers await? Well, let's just say the Titanic had a smoother maiden voyage.
Five characters and the deadly sin of greed. A vicious cycle.
Chen Hou is a chauffeur who gets caught in a mistaken identity scandal linking him to businesswoman Lok Dai. Chen was supposed to audition for a job as her chauffeur, but a proposed musical show is far more attractive to the aspiring dancer. When a rumor gets out that the two are involved in an affair, she's angry and confronts him, but his charms overwhelm her, and it's revealed that she too desires to dance. Soon she's bankrolling the affair, the sets are being built, and the singing and dancing begin!
Poveri milionari (internationally released as Poor Millionaires) is a 1958 Italian comedy film directed by Dino Risi. It is the final chapter in the trilogy started with Poveri ma belli
Promises of happier times dawn for the financially distressed Patterson family when father Sweeney and brother-in-law Archibald "Doc" Finney win a $150,000 grand prize in the sweepstake contest. With their windfall, each member of the family decides to pursue a dream.
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? is a Ugandan game show based on the original British format of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?.The show is hosted by Alan Kasujja. Main goal of the game is to win 25 million Ugandan shillings by answering 15 multiple-choice questions correctly. The show is broadcast from January 31, 2011 to today. It is shown on the private TV station NTV.
¿Quién Quiere ser Millonario? is a Venezuelan game show based on the British format of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?. The show offers large cash prizes for correctly answering a series of randomised multiple-choice questions of varying difficulties. Currently host by Eladio Lárez, It aired Radio Caracas Television from August 23, 2000 to May 23, 2007, 4 days before the station lost its broadcast license on May 27. The show went on the air again on July 18, 2007 when RCTV became a cable television network, and ended production on 20 January 2010 after the station was shut down on January 24. On 8 May 2011, another terrestrial, popular and currently ratings leader station, Televen began new broadcasts of the show, as an original RCTV production. ¿Quién quiere ser millonario? Has been labeled by the press and critics as the best of his style, though the theme is the same as that of other Latin American countries.
Who Wants to be a Millionaire? was a version of the originally British television quiz show Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? which was broadcast in the Republic of Ireland on RTÉ One from 2000 to 2002. The format was the same as on the British show, and the 15 incremental prize amounts had the same numeric values, from 100 up to 1,000,000. These values were denominated in Irish pounds in 2001, and in euros in 2002, after the euro changeover.
Who wants to be a millionaire? is a Nigerian game show based on the original British format of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?. On September 11, 2009, Aroma Ufodike became the first person to win the ₦10,000,000 top prize. One of the questions related to celebrated Nigerian football referee Linus Mbah. Just like in Slumdog Millionaire Mr. Ufodike was able to answer the question from his personal experience. Ironically Mr. Mbah lived in the apartment above him or, as Mr. Ufodike put it - "He lives on top of me!"
เกมเศรษฐี was a Thai game show based on the original British format of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?. The main goal of the game was to win 1 million Thai baht by answering 12 multiple-choice questions correctly. There were three lifelines, all other than in the original version - Double Dip, Help of Audience Members and Switch The Question. Earlier the lifelines were: Fifty Fifty, Ask The Audience and Switch The Question. The answer area is round, not rhombus, and the answers are not "A, B, C, D", but "1, 2, 3, 4". เกมเศรษฐี was shown on the Thai TV station iTV.
Lotto Weekend Miljonairs is a Dutch game show based on the original British format of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?. The show has been hosted by Jeroen van der Boom since 2011. The main goal of the game is to win €1 Million by answering 12 multiple-choice questions correctly. It has been shown from 6 February 1999. Until 2008 the show was hosted by Robert ten Brink. From 6 February 1999 to February 2006, it was shown on SBS 6, and from 4 March 2006 to 24 May 2008, it was shown on RTL 4. Since 12 March 2011 it is once again broadcast by SBS 6. From the start on, the Lotto was the main sponsor, however, in the first seasons, the show was known as just Weekend Miljonairs. Later, the title was changed to Lotto Weekend Miljonairs. When a contestant gets the second question correct, he will leave with at least €1,000. When a contestant gets the seventh question correct, he will leave with at least €25,000. There are four lifelines: Fifty-Fifty, Phone-A-Friend, Ask The Audience, and Switch the Question. Switch the Question becomes available when the contestant correctly answers the seventh question.
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? New Zealand was a New Zealand game show based on the original British format of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?. The show was hosted by Mike Hosking. The main goal of the game was to win one million New Zealand dollars by answering 15 multiple-choice questions correctly. There were four "lifelines". It was broadcast on the TVNZ station TV ONE. The show was taped in Melbourne, Australia on the set of the Australian version of the show. One contestant, Kristin Castle, made New Zealand television history after walking away with NZ$250,000, the highest amount of money ever given to a single person on New Zealand television. The show received wide media coverage after the first ever contestant on the show, Courtney Washington, walked away with nothing after incorrectly answering the question about BMW supplying New Zealand's new fleet of ministerial limousines.
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire Hot Seat was an Indonesian game show based on the original British format of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?. It was broadcast by RCTI from Monday, September 13, 2010 at 17.30. The host was Ferdi Hasan. Despite its name, the top prize was a quarter of billion Indonesian rupiah, however since September 19, the top prize was increased to half a billion rupiahs, and the money tree was changed. It can be earned by answering 15 multiple-choice questions correctly. The only lifeline was pass. October 31, 2010 was the last day the show aired on RCTI, fueling rumors of cancellation. Unlike the previous 2 'classic' Millionaire ever aired in Indonesia, this time the format used is the Hot Seat format, similar to the Australian version. Several of the first 5 questions usually have 3 joke answers and 1 correct answer.
Who Wants to Be A Millionaire: Canadian Edition was a Canadian game show based on the British format of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? and taped on the ABC Television Network set of the American version of that show. A Canadian audience was flown to the American studio in New York for the shows, so the contestants could "ask the audience" for help on the Canadian-themed questions. Following the airing of the two specials, CTV did announce that additional episodes of the Canadian Edition would be produced, but they never came to fruition. The series was hosted by Pamela Wallin. The Canadian version aired on CTV for a week in September 2000.
Who Wants to Marry a Multi-Millionaire? is a Fox network reality show in which multi-millionaire Rick Rockwell asked Darva Conger to marry him. The show was aired as a single two-hour broadcast on February 15, 2000, and was hosted by Jay Thomas. In 2002 TV Guide ranked it number 25 on its TV Guide's 50 Worst TV Shows of All Time list.
Hey You Millionaires was a Los Angeles based sketch comedy trio composed of James Asmus, John Bohan, and Jim Fath. Though all three members are originally from Cleveland, Ohio the group formed in Chicago in 2004. They've appeared on the cover of Fortune Magazine, CNN.com, were twice voted "Best Sketch Group" in the "Best of Chicago" Chicago Reader Poll.. As of 2011 the group is on indefinite hiatus.