This time on New Year, the favourite heroes of “Yolki” perform the usual nonsense and hope for a miracle. Borya needs to somehow restore family happiness, and for its sake is ready to steal a penguin from his best friend Zhenya. The Skier and Snowboarder have not matured and stage a mad chase for a Christmas tree. Manya learns how to use the Internet in the hope of finding her old love. The professor from Yekaterinburg has settled down, but now he goes mad from jealousy. In the far North a safety engineer must take a risk and, at last, confess his love. The bloggers who remained with- out Internet have to get out of a lift. Well, and the penguin simply needs to sit down urgently on an egg...
A collection of several interlinked stories that happen on the New Year's eve...
100 years ago, the Russian Empire ... Christmas Eve. December plugs, holiday celebrations, balls and modest luxury holidays, titled nobles and ordinary peasants, the royal family and the soldiers of the First World War, progressive poets and the first skaters - everything was different, except ... the holiday. People prepared, lived, believed dreaming and waiting for this miracle - Christmas!
A lot of things happened in the life of "Yolki" hepes during the last year, but here it's again - the New Year's eve...
And again a heroes of "Yolki" series are ready and prepared for a New Year.
As the new year celebrations approach, a bunch of characters throughout Russia experience diverse situations that eventually get interconnected towards a joyous finale.
Based on legendary Egyptian novelist Naguib Mafhouzs novel. The series revolves around a theater group in the 70s who discover that the characters in their new script are actually themselves and that the script reveals all their secrets.
We Are One: The Obama Inaugural Celebration at the Lincoln Memorial was a public celebration of the then forthcoming inauguration of Barack Obama as the 44th President of the United States at the Lincoln Memorial and the National Mall in Washington, D.C., on January 18, 2009. By some estimates the attendance was over 400,000. The event was musically directed by Rob Mathes of the Kennedy Center Honors. A backing band used by many of the artists was in the orchestra pit, and featured veteran session drummer Kenny Aronoff. The concert featured performances by Mary J. Blige, Jon Bon Jovi, Garth Brooks, Sheryl Crow, Renée Fleming, Caleb Green, Josh Groban, Herbie Hancock, Heather Headley, Beyoncé Knowles, Bettye Lavette, John Legend, John Mellencamp, Jennifer Nettles, Pete Seeger, Shakira, Bruce Springsteen, James Taylor, U2, Usher, will.i.am and Stevie Wonder. Several of the songs performed had been used by Obama's presidential campaign. The concert also featured readings of historical passages by Jack Black, Steve Carell, Rosario Dawson, Jamie Foxx, Tom Hanks, Samuel L. Jackson, Ashley Judd, Martin Luther King III, Queen Latifah, Laura Linney, George Lopez, Kal Penn, Marisa Tomei, Denzel Washington, Forest Whitaker and Tiger Woods.
Hollywood is a 1980 documentary series produced by Thames Television which explored the establishment and development of the Hollywood studios and its impact on 1920s culture.
In the summer of 1969, HEE HAW moseyed into the CBS time slot occupied by The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour. Conceived as a rural alternative to Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In, the show ranked in the top 20 nationally when CBS pulled the plug in 1971. But co-hosts Buck Owens and Roy Clark, along with the whole Kornfield Kountry gang, sang and joked on in syndication. In 1978, they grinned at the critics in a two-hour 10th-Anniversary shindig, which was videotaped with an audience of invited guests and fans at the Grand Ole Opry House. Mixing nostalgia with new performances by country music's biggest stars, this special edition of HEE HAW never misses the funnybone.
Celebrate the Diamond Jubilee by taking a look back at the Queen's incredible reign.
Hanna-Barbera's 50th: A Yabba Dabba Doo Celebration is a 1989 live-action/animated special for television first aired on TNT hosted by Tony Danza and Annie Potts celebrating 50 years of William Hanna and Joseph Barbera's partnership in animation. This is the first animated project to be presented in Dolby Surround sound system. It covers their years working for the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer cartoon studio, and then the history of Hanna-Barbera Productions Inc., which was set up in 1957. It features clips and scenes from the studio's classic works along with new animated/live-action material and a behind the scenes on Jetsons: The Movie. It was dedicated to the memory of Daws Butler, who died during this production and was also the last television and film project of Mel Blanc, who died seven days before the special's telecast. Turner Broadcasting System, which owned TNT, would later buy Hanna-Barbera in 1991.
The Flintstones' 25th Anniversary Celebration was a 60-minute CBS live-action and animated television special produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions in association with Robert Guenette Productions commemorating the 25th anniversary of television's first primetime animated series, The Flintstones, which was broadcast on May 20, 1986. The special, hosted by Tim Conway, Harvey Korman and Vanna White, featured clips from past episodes and spin-offs combined with new animation and musical segments. Special guest appearances also included Telly Savalas, Susan Saint James and Jane Curtin. For the first time, the Flintstones characters were finally done in digital ink and paint for this production.
A Charlie Brown Celebration is the 23rd prime-time animated TV special based upon the popular comic strip Peanuts, by Charles M. Schulz, who introduced the hour-long special. It was originally aired on the CBS network on May 24, 1982, and consists of a number of stories adapted from the comic strip.
Big Bird's Birthday Celebration, or Eat My Cake, was a 1991 television special based on the legendary children's television show Sesame Street, in which Big Bird turned 6. Up until this special, the character of Big Bird was only four years old. In this special, a five year old Big Bird celebrated his sixth birthday. The program was aired by PBS as part of a pledge drive. This special actually goes against the established plot line, as in the feature film Sesame Street presents Follow That Bird, Big Bird is described as being six years old, already.