A troubled man survives a suicide attempt. He calls an old friend to rescue him in the middle of the night. Their journey is just beginning, and by daybreak, a tragedy will surface.
Bickering husband and wife Tim and Sally Willows mutter a few angry words to a statue of Buddha and wind up living each other's life.
Documentary about the Yale Puppeteers. A bit eccentric, certainly off beat and creative, the puppeteers and their story - as well as their place in history - is meticulously documented and tugs at the heartstrings.
Phoenix Wright is transported to Equestria to defend Rainbow Dash, who has been accused of murdering a racing rival.
Some of Tennessee's trashiest transvestites strut their fluff and lip sync their gender -bending hearts out on the opulent Holiday Inn Dinner Theatre stage. See Magda as Sophie Tucker! See Chiquita as Carmen Miranda! See Edwina as Ann (Bowlegs) Miller! It's like a bad high school play in which all the girls look a bit...well, scary
Turnabout is an American television situation comedy that first aired on NBC in 1979 and was based on a 1931 novel of the same title by Thorne Smith which had already been developed into the 1940 movie, Turnabout). The plot was about a married husband and wife who found themselves inhabiting each other's bodies similar to the plot of Freaky Friday. Turnabout only lasted 7 episodes, partly because it aired right after NBC's poorly watched Hello, Larry and competed with CBS's hugely successful series, Dallas.
Turnabout was a BBC Television daytime quiz programme that aired on BBC One from 26 March 1990 until 7 October 1996. The programme was hosted by Rob Curling.