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The Legend of Bruce Lee

The Legend of Bruce Lee is a Chinese biographic television series based on the life story of martial artist and actor Bruce Lee following him from Hong Kong to America and back again, leading up to his tragic death at the age of 32. The 50 episodes long series was produced and broadcast by CCTV and had been aired since 12 October 2008. It starred Hong Kong actor Danny Chan as Bruce Lee and American actress Michelle Lang as Linda Lee Cadwell. The production period spanned nine months, with filming taking place in China, Hong Kong, Macau, the United States, Italy and Thailand, with a budget of 50 million yuan (US$7.3 million). Lee's daughter, Shannon Lee was credited as the executive producer.[1] Other martial artists such as Mark Dacascos, Ray Park, Gary Daniels, Ernest Miller and Michael Jai White are also featured in the series as well, playing the roles of familiars throughout Bruce Lee's life and career.


Playground

School is for learning... even how to kill. A teenage girl joins a school for assassins and uncovers the mystery of her parents' death.


Samurai 7

Kanna, a small village, is being persecuted by mechanized samurai called Nobuseri. The Nobuseri return every harvest to seize the village's crops. Faced with starvation, the villagers send out a mission to find and recruit some samurai to defend them. With no pay to offer except rice, and knowing full well that only helpless and eager samurai would even consider accepting such a deal, the villagers can only hope that their saviors will appear before the rice is ready for harvest. Samurai 7 is based on Akira Kurosawa's classic movie, "The Seven Samurai" or Shichinin no samurai. The Japanese promo for the series aired on April 15, 2004 and the Japanese preview aired on June 13, 2004.


Spy (SK)

This drama follows the lives of Kim Sun Woo and his mother Park Hye Rim. Kim Sun Woo is an agent in the National Intelligence Service, while Park Hye Rim was a former spy from North Korea.


Time Slip Dr. Jin

in Hyuk is a genius neurosurgeon with a cold and severe attitude in his interactions with other people due to his personal pursuit of perfection. Through a mysterious power, Jin Hyuk finds himself transported back in time 150 years. He begins treating people there, but the lack of necessary implements and rudimentary medical knowledge of the period forces him to seek new ways to aid the sick. Through this challenging process, Jin Hyuk eventually becomes a genuine doctor.


Rocky Jones, Space Ranger

Cruising the galaxy in his space ship "The Orbit Jet" Space Ranger, Rocky Jones, Vena Ray, and 10 year-old Bobby defend the Earth and themselves against space-bound evil doers.


Yancy Derringer

Yancy Derringer (Jock Mahoney) gets involved in adventures in New Orleans after the end of the Civil War. Besides being a gambler, Derringer also worked as a troubleshooter for city administrator John Colton (Kevin Hagen). He was assisted in his endeavors by a Pawnee sidekick (X Brands).


Air Force One is Down

Alistair Maclean's highly charged novel is brought to life for a contemporary audience in this tense, international thriller.


Men Into Space

The series depicts future efforts by the United States Air Force to explore and develop outer space. The series' star, William Lundigan, played Col. Edward McCauley.


Brit Cops: Law And Disorder

The action-packed documentary series that follows Britain's police as they battle to protect the public from the most dangerous and persistent offenders in the country. The cameras follow high-speed reaction units and armed response teams whose job it is to keep tabs on home-grown crooks and the growing threat posed by criminals from abroad.