Norma Jean Baker finds her way to Hollywood and is turned into sex symbol Marilyn Monroe.
Jean-Claude Van Damme is a global martial arts & film sensation, also operating under the simple alias of "Johnson" as the world's best undercover private contractor. Retired for years, a chance encounter with a lost love brings him back to the game. This time, he'll be deadlier than ever. Probably.
Duceppe' was a historical television series that aired on Télé-Québec in 2002. It told the story of Jean Duceppe, a Canadian actor, and chronicled the life and struggles of Duceppe for theater and Quebec independence. It also followed his wife Helene Rowley and his son Gilles Duceppe, who would later become prominent as the leader of the Bloc Québécois. The series starred Paul Doucet as Jean Duceppe and Suzanne Clément as Hélène Rowley.
Norma Jean & Marilyn is a 1996 made-for-TV biographical film produced by HBO and premiered on May 18, 1996. The film featured Ashley Judd as Norma Jean Dougherty and Mira Sorvino as Marilyn Monroe. It was partially based on "Norma Jean: My Secret Life With Marilyn Monroe" by actor Eddie Jordan, who claimed to have had a years-long relationship with Monroe. The tagline for the highly fictionalized film summarizes the plot: "Marilyn Monroe was our fantasy. Norma Jean was her reality." In dream-like scenes, Monroe and her former self appear together, with Norma Jean sometimes taunting Marilyn. The original music score was composed by Christopher Young. It was nominated for five Emmy Awards, including for both lead actresses.
The Jean Arthur Show is an American situation comedy that aired on CBS from September to December 1966. The series stars Jean Arthur and Ron Harper, and was under the primary sponsorship of General Foods.
Billie Jean, Look at Me, also called Look At Me, was a Korean TV drama that aired from December 26, 2006 to February 6, 2007 on MBC.
Jean-Claude Van Damme: Behind Closed Doors is a 2011 British reality show featuring action star Jean-Claude Van Damme and was being shown on ITV4 in the United Kingdom.
The Twelve Dreams Of The Sun was a concert held by musician Jean Michel Jarre on the Pyramids of Giza, Egypt starting on December 31, 1999 and carrying overnight to January 1, 2000. It was attended by 120,000 people. The concert consisted of two parts, the Main Concert and a Sunrise Concert. The concert cost approximately $9,500,000 and it originated when Jean-Michel Jarre was contacted by the Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak with a special project to celebrate the dawn of the new Millennium at the foot of the only remaining monument of the original 7 Wonders of the World - the Great Pyramids. Jarre's team had developed giant projections to be displayed on the faces of the Great Pyramids, however a heavy cloud of fog made the pyramids almost invisible, so most of the projections were discarded. Parts of the concert were broadcast live on TV stations around the world.
I Dream of Jeannie is an American sitcom with a fantasy premise. The show starred Barbara Eden as a 2,000-year-old genie, and Larry Hagman as an astronaut who becomes her master, with whom she falls in love and eventually marries. Produced by Screen Gems, the show originally aired from September 1965 to May 1970 with new episodes, and through September 1970 with season repeats, on NBC. The show ran for five seasons and produced 139 episodes. The first season consisted of 30 episodes filmed in black and white.
Kamikaze Kaitou Jeanne is a fantasy shōjo manga series written and illustrated by Arina Tanemura. The story is about the adventures of a high school girl, Maron Kusakabe, who is the reincarnation of Jeanne D'Arc and transforms into a phantom thief-magical girl to collect the scattered pieces of God's power which are also coveted by demons hiding in beautiful art works. The manga was published by Shueisha in Ribon between February 1998 and July 2000. The individual chapters were collected and published in seven tankōbon volumes. It was formerly licensed for English-language release by CMX Manga and now licensed by Viz Media. The series was adapted by Toei Animation as a 44-episode anime television series that was broadcast on TV Asahi from February 1999 to January 2000. The series was re-issued by Shueisha in 2007, with all chapters fitting into only 6 volumes, instead of the original 7; all volumes had new covers.
Joan of Arc is born in 1412 in the village of Domrémy in the war zone of Northern France. During her youth she often witnesses the horrors of war, but her spirit is kept high by the legend of the Maiden of Lorraine. This says that a young maiden one day will unite the divided country and lead the people to freedom.
The story is set in the 15th century, during the Hundred Years' War between France and England over the succession to the French throne. Montmorency, the son of a noble, immerses himself in the studies of magic and alchemy at a royal knight training school. However, following France's crushing defeat at Agincourt, the school is dissolved. Having lost everything and now a wanted man, Montmorency, who had just become an alchemist, encounters a mysterious village girl named Jehanne.
The Girl in the Wind: Jeanie with the Light Brown Hair is an anime series produced by Nippon Animation which ran for 52 episodes on Japanese TV from 1992–1993. It is based on the 1854 song "Jeanie with the Light Brown Hair" by Stephen Foster.
Jean Béliveau was gentleman, a businessman, a captain, a star, a husband, a father, and one of the greatest hockey players of his time.
The hilarious sitcom, ‘Kollege Jeans’ was revolved around the campus life of National Arts Council (NCA). Directed by Jawad Bashir the play proved to be a turning point in the career of many talented artists including Faisal Qureshi, Ahmed Ibrahim, Samina Ahmed, Tariq Abro and Ali Zafar. The actors’ spontaneous comedy and witty comments were certainly something to watch for.