The movie deals with the championship-winning German soccer team of 1954. Its story is linked with two others: The family of a young boy is split due to the events in World War II, and the father returns from Russia after eleven years. The second story is about a reporter and his wife reporting from the tournament.
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Between February and July 1858, in the Massabielle cave, the Virgin appeared eighteen times to Bernadette Soubirous, a miserable little girl from Lourdes. A true revolution in the heart of the Second Empire that shakes the established order by his universal message of love and prayer.
Bernard is a series of animated shorts centered on the fictional polar bear and main character of the same name. It is a Korean-Spanish-French co-production. Each three-minute episode focuses on the bear's curiosity and have many moments of slapstick. Bernard never speaks with the exception of unintelligible noises. Bernard is accompanied in the cartoons by a few other characters: Lloyd and Eva the penguins, Zack the lizard, Goliat the chihuahua, Sam the baby, Pilot the dog, Pokey the porcupine and Santa Claus. He usually gets knocked unconscious or severely injured at the end of an episode, due to some calamity caused by his bumbling. Produced by the Korean company RG Animation Studios, with the investment of the South Korean broadcaster EBS, the Spanish BRB Internacional and the French M6, the animation style is of a combination of computer-generated and cel animation. The stories are written by the Spanish creative studio Screen21, the directors are José Luis Ucha Enríquez and Claudio Biern Lliviria. The music was written by Oscar Maceda Rodríguez. Bernard has been nominated for a number of awards, including Best Animation series at the Stuttgart Festival of Animated Film, Mipcom Jr. Licensing Challenge Award, Prize in Children and Education at the Dong-A International Festival of Cartoon & Animation and was a finalist at the Annecy International Animation Festival.
The Bernie Mac Show is an American sitcom that aired on Fox for five seasons from November 14, 2001 to April 14, 2006. The series featured comic actor Bernie Mac and his wife Wanda raising his sister's three kids: Jordan, Bryana, and Vanessa.
Al Bernameg is a popular Egyptian satirical program. The series is hosted by satirical comedian Bassem Youssef on the satellite channel CBC. The press has compared it to The Daily Show hosted by Jon Stewart, which was the inspiration for this show. Youssef visited The Daily Show as a guest in April 2013, while Stewart, on hiatus from his own hosting duties, returned the favor on El Bernameg in June 2013.
Crash & Bernstein is a live action television comedy with puppetry which premiered on October 8, 2012 on Disney XD. Created by Eric Friedman, the series centers around a 12-year-old son, among three sisters, who wishes to have a brother. His wishes come true when a puppet named Crash comes to life. Production for the series began in May 2012. On November 9, 2012 Disney XD extended the series' first season to 26 episodes. Disney XD renewed the series for a second season on April 15, 2013, which will premiere on October 7, 2013. Sesame Street and Muppets performer Tim Lagasse stars as the voice and puppeteer for Crash while Greg Ballora serves as the puppet captain.
Bernds Hexe is a German comedy television series about a banker who is married to a witch. The series is a joint venture between Cologne Filmproduktion GmbH and Grundy Light Entertainment. It aired on RTL in 39 episodes between 2002 and 2005.
Bernard's Watch is a British children's drama series about a young boy who can stop time with a magical pocket watch. The show was created by Andrew Norriss and was produced for seven series that aired on CITV from 14 November 1997 to 31 March 2005.
Bridget Loves Bernie is an American television comedy program created by Bernard Slade, the creator of the 1970–74 ABC sitcom The Partridge Family and the 1967-70 sitcom The Flying Nun, based loosely on the premise of the 1920s’ Broadway play and 1940s’ radio show Abie's Irish Rose. It stars Meredith Baxter and David Birney as the title characters, and ran for one season, from 1972 to 1973 on CBS. Baxter and Birney married in real life after the program went off the air.
D'ække bare, bare Bernt was a Norwegian sitcom that aired on TV3 from 1996 to 1997, starring Jon Skolmen and Grethe Kausland as the married couple Bernt and Vera Brantenberg.
Sir Bernard's Stately Homes was a series of British TV comedy series first shown in 1998 on BBC Two and later re-run on Play UK. Only six 10 minute programmes were produced, all written by and starring Matt Lucas and David Walliams. It bore many similarities to the more well-known Rock Profile. The series was directed by Edgar Wright, one of the creative minds behind Asylum, Spaced, Shaun of the Dead, and Hot Fuzz, and produced by Myfanwy Moore, who would become the producer of Little Britain. The central character was Bernard Chumley, played by Matt Lucas, who was already a regular stand-up character of Lucas's and would go on to be a fixture of Little Britain. The show was transmitted from 12 May to 16 June 1998, on BBC2, Wednesdays at 10.20 p.m. In each edition, Sir Bernard and murderer/friend Anthony Rogers would investigate a number of country estates while searching for the Golden Potato, an advertising stunt which would win them a year's supply of Allen's Crisps. ⁕Episode 1 – Baxter Grange, home of Lord Horatio Nelson ⁕Episode 2 – Browning Abbey, home of the archbishop of Mexford ⁕Episode 3 – Yates Castle, former home of the Chumleys ⁕Episode 4 – Bronson House, country retreat of Princess Anne
Bronski und Bernstein is a German television series.
Paul Bernard, Psychiatrist is a Canadian dramatic television series which aired on CBC Television from 1971 to 1972.
Bronski und Bernstein is a popular German-made police television drama, aired in 2001. The series is set in Hamburg and focuses on the two-man staff of an office of the Kriminalpolizei - the German Crime Squad - specifically a Mordkommission, or Homicide Commission. In addition to the two policemen, the office is staffed by an Inspector. The original team at the office consisted of Guido Bernstein and Wolfgang Bronski. This team was also assisted by the main inspector Theo Micklitz,who comedically yells to the two policemans at the end of each episode for their work. The show is scripted entirely in German, most characters speak German and is shot on location in Hamburg and its surroundings, though the usage of areas in production is often geographically incorrect. Subtitles are used for some international markets, while in others the series is dubbed.