Young single mother Diana struggles to provide for her child and pay for her college education. She ends up working at a shoe store, but meets two strippers from a nearby gentlemen's club who convince her there's fast money to be made stripping. At the Players Club, however, Diana faces danger and heartbreak.
Enter the club where your wildest desire and most frightening dreams come true. The price of admission is your soul.
Four friends head off to Bombay and get involved in the mother and father of all gang wars.
Three Friends make a bet to win the heart of a girl. the girls finds out and plays each of them against one another in this bizarre love triangle.
Former Club de Cuervos player Potro returns home to Argentina to crash the wedding of his famous soccer-star brother and confront his estranged family.
In Victorian London, the British Government attempts a solution to the problem of prostitution by establishing the world's most fabulous brothel.
A handful of men and women of a certain age pick up the pieces of their lives and look for new love after the loss of their mates in this comedy drama from writer-director Susan Seidelman.
School for fairies Alfea celebrates the inauguration of the new school year when the party is interrupted by Icy, Darcy and Stormy, the perfidious Trix. The Winx without Bloom, are forced to remedy the confusion created by the witches who, having ruined the party, steal a powerful and mysterious object. Meanwhile, Bloom is on Domino, which is experiencing the best moments of his new life as a princess. He finally found his parents and Sky asks her to marry him. But not all gold that glitters, the three Witches are Ancestors in fact come back to haunt Stella, Aisha, Tecna, Musa, Flora and Bloom. Moreover, Erendor, Sky's father, forbids his son to marry the princess of Domino. A dark secret lies in the realm of Eraklyon and now that Sky, the legitimate ruler of the kingdom, as known.
With a sparkling script by Leslie Charteris, creator of "The Saint" - the latest crime wave has Scotland Yard baffled. Commissioner Hope (Sir Guy Standing) sends two of his officers (Billy Bevan and Charles McNaughton) to the Midnight Club to check up on a couple of shady characters - Colin Grant (Clive Brook) and Arthur Bradley (Allan Mowbray) and a girl, Iris Witney (Helen Vinson). There have been a number of jewel robberies around town recently, but, unknown to the police, these three have the perfect alibis!!! They have found "doubles", and while they are out committing the robberies, their doubles spend the night at the club, confusing the two officers who are on their tail.
Customers at the Melody Club are burgled while attending the the club. A detective investigates.
A wannabe actor becomes a bouncer and is seduced by the fast-paced world of Los Angeles nightlife.
Boardroom and dressing-room intrigues spill on to the field at the Australian Rules football club.
A book club has a meeting.
The story is about a popular Hong Kong radio show and their lives and stories about the three hosts, the movie also re-enacts the stories told to the hosts by the air on air guests. Anthony Wong mentioned about how badly Hong Kong society and entertainment treats "outsiders" (such as Gays and Alternative people). He tries to include deep messages as well as bizarre humor.
Five friends are disappointed about the way their favorite hangout Malarvaadi Arts Club is headed. They take the responsibility of reviving the club in their own hands.
A bordello catering to rich and wealthy clients, run by Lil Hutton experiences a series of crises as one girl ends up pregnant, and another dead. As a subplot, a young woman, Julie Taylor, makes a trip to LA to surprise a friend, but never finds her. Julie is mugged, and seeks help from Lil Hutton. She sees how much the prostitutes are making, and is tempted into the lifestyle. On her first "job" is hired by a rich father for his 18-year old virgin son as a birthday gift, and they fall in love. But the relationship comes to a quick end as soon as the son learns she is a "whore"; Julie breaks down and runs off after realizing prostitution is a cold and loveless occupation that cannot fulfill her emotional emptiness.
Three friends - aided by one of the residents - start a night club in a retirement home, after taking a job there working the night shift to put themselves through USC.
The archenemies of the Winx Club, the Trix witches, team up with the evil nymph Politea and find out that, to defeat the fairies once and for all and become invincible, it takes very little: a Pearl hidden in the Deep of the Infinite Ocean! As small as powerful, the Pearl of the Depth gives enormous powers to those who possess it! For the Winx there is not a minute to waste: how will they stop the plans of their enemies before it's too late? Get ready: the most dangerous mission of the Winx is about to begin!
Two cowboys inherit a "social club" specializing in satisfying men.
A story of love, greed - and moisturizer.
The Ex-Wives Club was a 2007 American reality television program hosted by Shar Jackson and Marla Maples and Angie Everhart. It focused on the hosts helping regular people as they get over painful and difficult divorces. Self-help author Debbie Ford also appeared on the show as a life coach. It was produced by GlassmanMedia and premiered on ABC on May 28, 2007. It was cancelled on June 25, 2007.
First Tuesday Book Club is an Australian television show that discusses books ostensibly in the style of a domestic book club. Hosted by journalist Jennifer Byrne, it uses the panel format made popular in The Glass House with two regular members–book reviewer Jason Steger and author/blogger Marieke Hardy – and two guest members. The show first aired on the ABC on 1 August 2006 and is scheduled as a monthly program.
Mad Scientist Toon Club is an educational children's television show produced by Saban Entertainment that aired in US syndication from September 15, 1993 to January 25, 1994. Each one-hour program mixed live action segments hosted by the scientist character "Dr. Pi" and pre-existing Japanese animation, including Saban's Tic Tac Toons. The format of the science portions was similar to Beakman's World and Bill Nye the Science Guy. Dr. Pi stood wearing a green lab coat and a backwards baseball cap, surrounded by a colorful set, and presented experiments that children could perform at home.
The Peters Club was an early Australian television series for which very little information is available on the Internet. It reportedly debuted in 1958, and aired on GTV-9. At the time, many Australian TV series were only broadcast on a single station instead of being networked, which may have also been the case with the series. Cast included Rod McLennan, Judy Banks & Joff Ellen. The now-defunct Truth newspaper gave it an award for "Best Children's Show - Melbourne Television". Notably, it was produced by Crawford Productions. The title is possibly in reference to the sponsor. As was also the case with 1950s American television series, early Australian television series sometimes featured the name of the sponsor in the title. Other examples included The Dulux Show, Tarax Show, Shell Presents, Swallows Parade, The Astor Show, among others. There is no information available as to whether any episodes exist as kinescope recordings, the method used to record live television in Australia prior to the introduction of video-tape, as many live broadcasts of the era were not recorded.
Club Seven is an early United States television series, which aired from 1948 to 1951 on ABC. Some episodes were 30-minutes, while others were 15-minutes.
Club Buggery is the title of an Australian television series of the 1990s. It was created and performed by Australian comedy duo Roy and HG and broadcast on the Australian Broadcasting Corporation network in 1996 and 1997.
Club 6 is a Canadian music television series which aired on CBC Television between October 1960 and 1962. CHUM deejays Mike Darrow and Bob Willson played popular music for teens to dance to with featured performances by Tommy Ambrose, Pat Hervey, the Walter Boys and the Mickey Shannon Combo. The show was produced from a selected high school in Toronto.
Disney Club is the name of many television shows associated to Disney productions aired mostly in Europe and Brazil during the 1990s and early 2000s.
Club Myx is the dance music show which airs on MYX Philippines. The show includes music videos with party scenes from various clubs in the metro.
Tigerenten Club is a German children's television programme. The programme involves a mix of games, quizzes, cartoons and outside reports from the presenters and children, with the aim to educate and entertain. It is produced by SWR in co-operation with other regional broadcasters, and is broadcast on ARD and KiKa. The logo and the name of the programme is based upon the Tigerente or 'Tigerduck', created by German cartoonist Janosch.
Club Life is a series developed by Producer Jamie Hall, and is broadcast on citytv for Canada. Club Life premiered on June 7, 2008 with season 2 expected to air Nationally in June 2010. Season one was filmed in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. The show is about, as the title suggests, life in the night clubs. The first season focused on club etiquette. Topics ranged from fashion and drunk indicators to "How to be a VIP" and "How to treat a bartender". The show was a ratings success which has led to Season two which will be shot in Las Vegas and will help Canadians navigate Las Vegas nightlife.
Club Goa was a 2005 Swedish TV show in which STRIX Television's 12 most famous reality TV stars went on a bar tour to Goa, India. In 2005, several reality shows had been aired in Sweden on the commercial channels TV3, TV4 and Kanal 5, as well as on SVT, for a couple of years and produced quite a few celebrities in the process. TV3 took it on themselves to gather the most famous Swedish reality show participants from such shows, including Expedition Robinson, Big Brother, Baren, and so forth to run a restaurant in Drop Anchor, Goa, India. The show was never a big success on TV3. Club Goa was built upon strong characters and big cultural challenges. In the first series there were former reality TV participants from various shows that were highly familiar to the audience. The journey ended at a beach club in Goa, where celebrities were not just expected to work as bartenders, but also to take responsibility for the bar, the restaurant, marketing, and big events. One after another they were forced to leave the party and return home to a freezing winter. The last one standing on the beach won .
The Club was a reality show about the competitive and cutthroat world of ICE, the stand-alone nightclub in Las Vegas. The series aired on Spike TV from 2004 to 2005. The show was an insiders look at the pressures and demands the people behind the party face in making ICE the ultimate nightlife experience. It featured appearances from such DJs as Donald Glaude, Paul Oakenfold, DJ Dan, Tiesto and Armin Van Buuren.
Tamori Club is a late-night variety program hosted by comedian Kazuyoshi Morita, better known as Tamori. It is broadcast in Japan on the TV Asahi network. It started on 8 October 1982, and is one of the longest-running programs in Japan. This program deals with social phenomena from original, maniac viewpoints. Due to its "low budget", it has no stage sets, and almost all of the shooting is done on location.
Club Dance was a TV show that aired on The Nashville Network from April 1, 1991 to February 5, 1999 for a total of 1848 episodes, with re-runs until June 28, 1999 The show was filmed in Knoxville, Tennessee set at a fictional "White Horse Cafe". The cast consisted of enthusiastic unpaid local dancers and visiting professional dancers and dance groups from all over the United States, creating a unique atmosphere of mixing of styles and traditions. Within the limits of the script, the dancers were free to behave and respond to the music as if in a real dance venue. The show included a wide variety types of country dances lead and follow partner dances, choeographed dances, and line dances, as well as some others, most notably West Coast Swing, which due its slotted style allowed for dancing between tables and in other confined spaces. The show was accompanied with the monthly newsletter Club Dance: Behind the Scenes. It was produced by Knoxville-based RIVR Media.
Club Seven was an Australian television variety series which aired from 1959 to 1961. It aired on Melbourne station HSV-7, broadcast live at 10:00PM on Thursdays. Hosts of the series included Terry Scanlon and Frank Wilson. The series faced tough competition from GTV-9's popular In Melbourne Tonight. It is not known if any of the episodes exist as either kinescope recordings or early video-tape.