This DVD comes a part of a box set which also contains 3 CDs. The DVD features an exclusive 90-minute career-spanning documentation with rare and previously unseen footage. As a bonus, you'll also get eleven never-before-seen live performances, filmed between 1974 and 2004.
The Plot focuses on Dante Alighieri, a young man who loves smoking. When his father dies Dante inherits $17 million on one special condition: He must give up smoking in 14 days and then stay smoke-free for an entire year. If he fails, his uncle inherits the $17 million instead. Dante has a living hell while trying to quit, and hires a private detective agency called Little Secret Service who he gives free hands to stop him from smoking, While his uncle, who has taken up smoking himself, also does everything he can to make Dante smoke again.
Don't Quit Your Gay Job is a Canadian reality television series presented by Rob Easton and Sean Horlor and broadcast on OUTtv in Canada, on here! gay television network in the United States and through OUTtv Netherlands available in most of Europe. Each half-hour episode of Don't Quit Your Gay Job features Easton and Horlor competing to see who can be the most successful at stereotypical jobs. The first season of the show was broadcast in 2009 and a second season in 2010 started with a sports series followed by a general set of careers.
Comedy quiz show full of quirky facts, in which contestants are rewarded more if their answers are 'quite interesting'.
Akiko and her 25-year old daughter Mizuki are best friends and are closer than most mother and daughters. Akiko feels that Mizuki is growing distant from her due to her new boyfriend and decides to seduce him.
Four young women tackle life, love, and lies in their first jobs out of college. Good thing they have each other – and late-night bars – to get through it all.
A heartbreaking story in which power, obsession, and desire will tragically mark the love between Paulina and Adrián who will fight for their love against all odds, even if it takes their life.
Not Quite Art is an Australian TV series that documents the many media of present-day art and culture in Australia. Two series of the series have been produced and aired on ABC1, both with 3 episodes each, the second series also aired on ABC2. The series is created and hosted by Marcus Westbury.
Si Dios Me Quita La Vida is a telenovela made by Mexican TV network Televisa. This telenovela was broadcast in 1995. This is a remake of the 1961 telenovela La Leona starred by Amparo Rivelles and Ernesto Alonso.
Quite Frankly with Stephen A. Smith was a nightly one-hour television show on ESPN2 hosted by Philadelphia Inquirer columnist and ESPN reporter Stephen A. Smith. The show premiered on August 1, 2005. It was cancelled on January 11, 2007 because of low ratings. Smith called the cancellation a "failure" on his part. "Remember, it was 'Quite Frankly With Stephen A. Smith.' The buck stopped with me," Smith states. "This was not ESPN's fault - it was mine." The final episode aired on January 12, 2007.