In World War II France, American soldier Michael Blake captures, then loses Nazi-collaborator art thief Paul Rona, who leaves behind a gem studded gauntlet (a stolen religious relic). Years later, financial reverses lead Mike to return in search of the object. In Paris, he must dodge mysterious followers and a corpse that's hard to explain; so he and attractive tour guide Christine decamp on a cross-country pursuit that becomes love on the run...then takes yet another turn.
Gloves Come Off is a Hong Kong television action drama produced by TVB under executive producer Marco Law. A costume fitting was held on 29 March 2011 at Tseung Kwan O TVB City Studio One at 12:30PM. A worship ceremony was then held on 28 April 2011 at Tseung Kwan O TVB City Studio 12 at 2:00PM where filming began. Filming ended in July. The first episode was aired on April 16, 2012 on the TVB Jade channel, simultaneously with TVB's overseas partners and affiliates.
Elwood Glover's Luncheon Date was a Canadian television talk show series which aired on CBC Television from 1963 to 1975. Host Elwood Glover previously hosted noon-time programming on CBC Radio from 1956. A new studio was set up at the Four Seasons Hotel, near the CBC broadcast headquarters on Jarvis Street in Toronto. The following year, Luncheon Date made its CBC television debut while the audio portion was simultaneously broadcast on CBC Radio. Luncheon Date featured Leon Mangoff as announcer and sidekick. Glover announced in February 1975 that he would leave the programme, after conducting more than 10 000 interviews. Glover had worked for the CBC a total of 37 years at that point, but wanted to continue with the CBC in a less intensive role. However, Glover would leave the CBC on 1 June 1975 for a weekend host job at CKEY radio. The CBC would begin a new noon-time talk show program in September 1975, the Bob McLean Show.
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.