A documentary about the production, release and reception of Kevin Smith's 1997 Miramax cult classic "Chasing Amy."
Doc Martin is a British television comedy drama series starring Martin Clunes in the title role. It was created by Dominic Minghella after the character of Dr. Martin Bamford in the 2000 comedy film Saving Grace. The show is set in the fictional seaside village of Portwenn and filmed on location in the village of Port Isaac, Cornwall, England, with most interior scenes shot in a converted local barn. Five series aired between 2004 and 2011, together with a feature-length special that aired on Christmas Day 2006. Series 6 began airing on ITV on 2 September 2013.
A young African-American girl aspires to be a doctor like her mom.
Doc is a medical drama/family drama with strong Christian undertones starring Billy Ray Cyrus as Dr. Clint "Doc" Cassidy, a Montana doctor who takes a job in a New York City medical clinic. It ran from March 11, 2001 to November 28, 2004 on PAX. Although set in New York City, all the episodes were shot in and around Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Doc Zone is the flagship documentary series of CBC Television. It features both independently produced and in-house productions. It is presented by author, actor and playwright Ann-Marie MacDonald.
Hallo, Onkel Doc! is a German television series.
Doc is an American sitcom which aired on CBS from September 1975 to October 1976.
Doc Elliot is an American medical drama that aired from March 5, 1973 until May 1, 1974.
What's Up Doc? was a Saturday Morning children's variety series produced by Scottish Television and aired on ITV from 1992 to 1995 and hosted by Andy Crane, Yvette Fielding and Pat Sharp. The first two series were produced at Maidstone, before transfer to Glasgow.
Doc Potts or Doc Potts and Weselly was an animated television series employing the Syncro-Vox technique proposed by Clark Haas and Cambria Studios. Dick Brown and Edwin Gillette prepared a pilot episode in 1960, but the series was never produced. Haas described Doc Potts as a "lovable old veterinarian, a sort of combination Charley Weaver and Charlie Ruggles," and Weselly as "an eager Boy Ranger, a young innocent who finds all the answers in his Boy Ranger official manual and who contrasts sharply with Spinner's relative worldliness."
Doc Corkle is an American Television sitcom that was broadcast on NBC on Sunday nights for three weeks from October 5 to October 19, 1952. The show's sponsor, Reynolds Metals, was so disappointed with the program that it was canceled and replaced by Mr. Peepers.
Dickory Doc was a local Children's TV show produced by Kaiser Broadcasting and broadcast on UHF Channel 48 WKBS-TV in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and on UHF Channel 56 WKBG-TV in Boston, Massachusetts and number of other major cities, which aired from 1966-1969. In his toy shop at the North Pole he makes toys for Santa Claus to give away on Christmas Eve. He's assisted by his puppet elves Choo-Choo, Professor Schnitzel, Jingle Jim, Little Jock, Mr. Bigsby the Buka Bird and Riddles. There are friends that drop by occasionally like Abby the Adorable Snowman and Puff the Flameless Dragon. Supported by Supermailman, who flies in delivering mail everyday, the show was a Wondrous World of delightful, magical rhymes, songs, tales, games, cartoons, and good wholesome nonsense. The show was produced and created by Aldo Farnese and Chic Laganella. They both supplied most of the voices of the puppets. Two albums were produced at the time of the show: ⁕Dickory Doc with All His Friends. ⁕More Dickory Doc Vol.2. Recorded Under the Direction of Chic Laganella and Aldo Farnese Produced by Buzz Curtis, Music Arranged & Conducted by Dick Caruso on an independent label "Piper Records". Album liner notes by Alan Baker.
The Frontier World of Doc Holliday was a failed pilot for a series, starring Adam West. Doc Holliday was a pilot shot in 1959, scheduled to be broadcast as an episode of Cheyenne, titled: Birth of a Legend. starring Adam West. In this chapter Holliday kills a man for the first time in his life, but does not mind that this doomed. This project was led by Leslie H. Martinson, production was provided by Roy Huggins was a major project which failed.
That's My Doc was a weekend comedy sitcom led by actor Aga Muhlach on ABS-CBN in the Philippines. It ended on October 4, 2008 and was replaced by Banana Split.
What's Up Doc? is an children's program which aired on the Nine Network in Australia between 1991 until 1999. The program centred around the showing of Warner Bros cartoons and programs with additional original elements.