After spending years in California, Amir returns to his homeland in Afghanistan to help his old friend Hassan, whose son is in trouble.
The Road Runner Show was an animated anthology series which compiled theatrical Wile E. Coyote and The Road Runner cartoons from the Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies, which were produced by Warner Bros. Cartoons between 1948 and 1966. Several of the shorts, especially the ones produced from 1965 onward, were produced specifically for television by Format Films after Warner Bros. closed their animation studio. The Road Runner Show ran for two seasons on CBS, and then on ABC for two seasons. There were two Road Runner/Coyote cartoons during each episode, with another WB animated character in the middle segment. CBS combined The Road Runner Show with The Bugs Bunny Show in 1968. The Road Runner and the Coyote more often shared at least an hour with Bugs Bunny on CBS during the late-1960s through the mid-1980s to the early-1990s. The theme song was written and performed by Barbara Cameron, in 1999 was covered by the Mexican band Chicos de Barrio.
An exclusive, all-access look at one of the most unique political campaigns of the 2014 mid-term elections - the improbable Congressional run of American Idol star Clay Aiken.
Front Runners is a weekly half hour magazine show that originally aired on KOMO-TV in Seattle from 1986 to 1995. Hosted by Steve Pool and produced by Ken Morrison, the show was nationally syndicated from 1991 - 1995 and aired in more than 40 markets including New York, LA, San Francisco, Chicago, and Washington D.C. The program featured people from around the world who were among the best and brightest in their chosen pursuits. During its run, Front Runners garnered more awards than any other show in Northwest history including scores of regional EMMYS and first place in The Chicago Film Festival, The New York Film Festival, and The Houston Film Festival.
After a plane crash, a devoted wife learns that her life and marriage is all a lie.