Stout Hearts and Willing Hands is a 1931 short comedy film directed by Bryan Foy. It was nominated for an Academy Award in 1932 for Best Short Subject (Comedy), but was disqualified.
A married couple faces a crisis involving death. They look back at their past together and recognize the importance of love between them and their family. Nam Hyun-Joo (Han Hye-Jin) married her university senior Kim Do-Young (Yoon Sang-Hyun). They live a happy life as a husband and wife. Kim Do-Young works as an architect and was once thought of as a genius in his field. His refusal to make compromises and stickto his style has caused difficulties with his job. One day, Nam Hyun-Joo asks for a divorce and Kim Do-Young's first love Shin Da-Hye (Yu In-Young) appears.
Healing Hands is a 1998 Hong Kong medical drama series that ran on TVB Jade. It focuses on the lives and loves of the doctors and nurses at the fictional Yan Oi Hospital in Hong Kong. It is noted for its realism in depicting medical situations, thanks to the help of the Hong Kong Hospital Authority, who had loaned actual hospital equipment and facilities for filming. It can be considered the Hong Kong equivalent to the American television series ER, although its storyline are arguably mirrored in another American series, Grey's Anatomy. Lawrence Ng is the main star of the show as neurosurgeon Dr. Paul Ching Chi Mei. The other main role is played by Bowie Lam, who plays Dr. Henry Lai Kwok Chu as an accident and emergency doctor who is best friends with Paul. The series was considered controversial within Hong Kong during its original run, as it dealt with sensitive issues such as homosexuality and AIDS. This was regarded as one of the main factors as to why the Hospital Authority pulled its support after the series was aired. The show was followed by two sequels, Healing Hands II and Healing Hands III.
"Yat Gor" Chak Koon-yat, "Win Jeh" Ho Ching-fa, and "Yee Jai" Hugo Ng have followed their master Szeto Sing to learn con tricks and illusions since childhood. Yat and Fa grow fond of each other over the years, but a competition estranges them and they lose contact. In order to flush out the mole, a casino tycoon named Fok Chun-sing colludes with Szeto to induce Yat and Hugo into taking up a secret mission, resulting in their reunion with Fa. With each of them possessing a unique talent, they gradually uncover that the mole might be Fok's right-hand man Lam Lui, confidant Yau Yuet-wah, or one of their rivals. But nothing is as it seems. To come into terms to why Fok killed his father Chiang Tin-lung twenty years ago, Yat infiltrates the Chun Sing Group, dealing a crushing blow to the crisis-ridden casino. That leads to an enmity between siblings, total severance of the master-disciple relationship, and irreconcilable differences between father and son.
Following the success of Healing Hands I and II, Hong Kong's No.1 Television Channel, TVB, introduced Healing Hands III. It starred the original casts of Healing Hands I: Lawrence Ng and Bowie Lam; and Healing Hands II: Moses Chan, Maggie Shiu and Raymond Cho along with new additions to the series, Melissa Ng, Bernice Liu and Gigi Lai. It aired in Hong Kong during.
Hands of Murder was an American mystery/anthology series that aired on the DuMont Television Network.
After the success of the Hong Kong TV drama Healing Hands, Hong Kong's Television Broadcast Company, TVB filmed the second installment Healing Hands II in 2000. Following the HH1 storyline, Paul's girlfriend Jackie finally awakes after two years in a coma. Just when the audiences think the perfect couple can finally be together, fate brings Jackie away from Paul in a fire accident. On the other side, Henry, a doctor working at the accident and emergency department of the hospital gets into yet more trouble. He gets into a relationship with his colleague Dorothy, because of this, his lawyer girlfriend Annie decides to leave him.
Destiny in Her Hands is a Malaysian/Singaporean television drama series and the 21st co-production of MediaCorp TV and ntv7. It is also the first production by MediaCorp Studios Malaysia Sdn Bhd. The ntv7 anniversary blockbuster was scheduled to air from every Monday to Thursday, at 10:00pm on Malaysia's ntv7. This drama will be broadcast on Mediacorp Channel 8 from April 2012, at 7pm every weeknight. This is the 17th Mediacorp drama to be filmed in 16:9 HDTV although being aired in 4:3 SDTV on ntv7.
Junior Doctors: Your Life in Their Hands is a BBC Three television series looking at how a group of foundation doctors cope with life on the wards. Three series have been broadcast to date, all narrated by Jason Done. The first, broadcast in 2011, focused on seven foundation doctors at Newcastle General Hospital and Royal Victoria Infirmary in Newcastle upon Tyne, three of which were newly-qualified FY1s and four being FY2s. The second series was broadcast in 2012 and followed six FY1s and two FY2s at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital in London. A third series, filmed at the Royal Liverpool University Hospital, was broadcast in 2013 and followed five FY1 doctors and two FY2 doctors. On 9 March 2011 the show achieved BBC Three's highest ever ratings for a factual entertainment programme, when 1.44 million people watched the third episode of the first series.
Your Life in Their Hands is a long-running BBC TV documentary series on the subject of surgery, examining surgical practice from the point of view of both surgeons and patients. Its first run lasted from 1958 to 1964 and was presented by Dr. Charles Fletcher. An early 1970s revival was presented by Jonathan Miller, and another revival, lasting from 1979 to 1987, was presented by Robert Winston. The series was revived again in the early 2000s and was still running as of 2005.
A married gynecologist, father of two sons, slowly comes to terms with the fact that he wants to undergoes sexual reassignment surgery.
Mit Herz und Handschellen is a German television series.
The school love story is set at Baramon High School, a private boys' school for the prefecture's most elite. The protagonist is a seventeen year old boy who transfers into the school and meets various major players on campus, such as the outlaw teacher, the soccer captain, and a childhood friend whom the protagonist has not seen for seven years. The school presents opportunities for friendship, love and conflict, and changes are now bound to happen in the main character's life.
Ketupat Palas Mr Handsome, Tengku Ruzaimi or Kruz is a rich kid's social, metrosexual, concerned with cleanliness, good skills and noticing recently won top popular teen magazine. His mother had put a condition on the event Kruz Kruz won the match, he would not have sent Kruz worked under his father. Without knowledge Kruz, a popular winner, he was commissioned to do charity work in a village during the month of Ramadan. A lot of funny things along penganbaran Kruz perform activities in the village. Until one day, she finally met Kruz who had just returned from Shah Alam, which has managed to change it.
Don't Ever Wipe Tears Without Gloves is a 2012 mini series on Sveriges Television in Sweden. The three episodes of the first season are aired on 8, 15 and 22 October 2012. The show is based on the Sweden novelist Jonas Gardell's novel Love, which would be the first piece of the trilogy, Love. Disease. Death. The story is about the struggle the homosexual community had with AIDS, during which time a lot of people who were lovers and family members died. The story is also about family and society's refusing to accept the gay community during that time.
The Proud Twins is a mainland China and Hong Kong co-produced television series directed by Wong Jing, starring Dicky Cheung, Nicholas Tse, Fan Bingbing and Yuan Quan in the leading roles. The series is adapted from Gu Long's novel Juedai Shuangjiao. It was first broadcast in 2004 in mainland China.