Two brothers in their seventies, Pa and Moe, have lived together all their lives in a little house in the country, the only interruption being when Pa made a weekend trip to Småland on his moped during the second World War. The past returns when his adult son dating from his Swedish visit, Konrad, comes to live with them after his mother has fallen ill. Soon Moe is about to discover that three is indeed a crowd...
Donald reads in his newspaper that eggs are really going up in value and the price is skyrocketing. Donald realizes that if he had some eggs, he would be quite the wealthy duck so he breaks into a nearby hen-house and collects as many eggs as possible putting them all in a huge basket. Unfortunately, a rooster standing guard makes his presence known and ejects Donald. The inventive duck is able to get back in disguised as a female chicken who the rooster falls for and dances with. Unfortunately, with the rubber glove comb constantly coming loose and a caterpillar falling down the back of his suit, he is ever at the risk of being discovered.
Ben Kinnear and Mike Paddock are two undercover detectives with way too much publicity, who find they can no longer turn a blind eye to the corruption in the police force.
A very persistent Sam-I-Am repeatedly asks his unnamed friend, in a multiplicity of ways, whether his friend would like ham accompanied by, of all things, green eggs.
Foghorn Leghorn courts Miss Prissy when a foundling is left on her doorstep. It is Henery the Chicken Hawk.
Peterkin, a mischievous elf with mixed body parts, decides to see what would happen if he switched the eggs in the tree-maternity nests. What happens is that there are many surprised mothers, and just as many indignant fathers, when the eggs hatch and each family gets a hatching that resembles neither parent. All fly the, figuratively-speaking, coop and Peterkin is left to tend to all the young birds.
We can see rocks on a sea shore, with cavities, in one of them, the highest, there are 3 seagull eggs, and the waves slam that rock.
Are you using your egg and germ cells in a manner useful for the society and the humankind? Junko is nearly 30, nearing the traditional ‘best before’ of the Japanese society, and feels increasing pressure: without a partner candidate or even a particular wish to have children anytime soon, she decides to become an egg donor. And not just for the free Hawaii trip that would be the prize if her candidacy is successful. At a counseling session, she meets her niece Aki who has similar plans. Together, they soon see how competitive social and evolutionary rules can mess up the best human relationships, particularly when such rules are mixed with the fossilized attitudes of a society which is frantically hanging on to traditions.
David Attenborough has a passion for birds' eggs. These remarkable structures nurture new life, protecting it from the outside world at the same time as allowing it to breathe. They are strong enough to withstand the full weight of an incubating parent and weak enough to allow a chick to break free. But how is an egg made? Why are they the shape they are? And perhaps most importantly, why lay an egg at all? Piece by piece, from creation to hatching, David reveals the wonder behind these miracles of nature.
Directed by John and Faith Hubley.
Eggs is short comedy which proposes what would happen when a suspected terrorist, actually innocent, is faced with the worst possible torture imaginable. Prisoner Ruman is captured and interrogated by the feds. Completely innocent and non-compliant, Ruman insists on his release. However, undeterred, the feds, led by Agent Graf, resort to unprecedented interrogation techniques: the prisoner is to be fed nothing but eggs until he talks. They insist, after a period, the prisoner will eventually break. He sees examples of other prisoners and hears that eggs are among the worst torture options anyone can face from the equally menacing Agents Hinson and Scofield.
Animated study of eggs.
A stationary camera looks slightly uphill at a crowd of children and adults, most wearing a hat, a cap, or a ribbon, as they engage in tossing eggs or, for most of them, watching the fun. At least one child carries a wrapped gift. There are white and black children, and in the distance, two women seem to be the organizers. One enthusiastic young man, his back to us, catches and throws a few. He seems to be playing catch with one of the women at the top of the frame.
Lisa Celia Au is a queer Chinese American woman who plans to marry her long-term girlfriend. As Lisa navigates the trans-generational challenges of telling her father Yun Fenton Li, other secrets will test the bounds of family and culture.
Oswald runs a luncheon counter; the food is unlikely and everyone tries to stiff him.
While looking for a thousand year egg in a Japanese contest, Blue Racer stumbles upon a dragon who hatches in one of it, and the dragon thinks he is his mother. After many misfortunes raising him, Blue Racer sends the dragon to Tokyo to become a movie star. In the end, Blue Racer reads in a newspaper that the dragon did became an actor.
A single Irish Dad forgets the tree on Christmas Eve. Ned the older son's maturity is challenged as he risks everything to have his younger brother Marco experience a real Irish Christmas.
Recent discoveries of dinosaur eggs, nests, and even embryos, are providing new evidence to unlock the mysteries of dinosaur reproductive behavior. This educational program explores the mysteries of dinosaur reproduction with animation and interviews with renowned dinosaur experts including Robert Bakker, Philip Currie, Mark Norell, and others. Were dinosaurs social animals? Did they care for their young? What was life like for baby dinosaurs? These are some of the intriguing questions addressed in this informative program.
A teenage boy takes playfulness a tad too far when he interrupts a man on his morning run by throwing eggs out the window.
Guy-Am-I, an inventor, and his friend Sam-I-Am go on a cross-country trip that would test the limits of their friendship. As they learn to try new things, they find out what adventure brings.
Follows the endless adventures of a fearless, teal-haired girl named D.D. Danger and her ever cautious best friend, a giant talking egg named Phillip. Together, join this buddy system as they explore an underground laboratory, meet a tech-savvy raccoon, and find moments of heart in the smallest bite of broccoli.
Eggs 'n' Baker was a Saturday morning Children's BBC music and cookery show presented by ex-Bucks Fizz singer Cheryl Baker. It was often shown in the early morning slot before the magazine show, Going Live. During this time Cheryl was still a member of Bucks Fizz and would often appear with the group on the show. The show ran on BBC1 from 1988 to 1993.
The Eggs is an Australian children's animated television program that first screened on the Nine Network in 2004. There are 52 episodes of 12 minutes duration. Two episodes are usually screened together in a half hour timeslot. The Eggs was produced by Tony Byrne and Brendan Byrne.
This deliciously twisted six-part drama follows a couple's quest for "the good life" that goes wickedly awry.
The World of Golden Eggs is an anime series made by PLUS heads inc.. The World of Golden Eggs #1 was ranked 9th out of the top 20 anime DVDs sold in Japan in 2007, with 59,000 copies sold. The World of Golden Eggs Season 2 DVD-Box was ranked 12th with 49,000 sold and The World of Golden Eggs #2 was ranked 15th with 47,000 copies sold. The World of Golden Eggs Vol. 01 was voted top selling anime/special effects DVD in Japan in 2008 with 97,292 copies. The anime was adapted into a Wii game and a Nintendo DS game called The World of Golden Eggs: Nori Nori Rhythm-kei and The World of Golden Eggs: Nori Nori Uta Dekichatte Kei respectively.
How Do You Like Your Eggs? is a game show that aired live from March 23 to 31, 1977 as experimental broadcasts for the Columbus, Ohio-based Warner QUBE system. It was hosted by Bill Cullen with local Columbus broadcaster Tom Weebill as the announcer and street interviewer.
I My Me! Strawberry Eggs, occasionally shortened to Strawberry Eggs, is a 2001 Japanese anime television series animated by TNK with co-production by Pioneer, LDC. The series aired from July 4 to September 26, 2001 by WOWOW and in August 2002 was licensed by Geneon Entertainment.
Eggshells is a 1991 Australian sitcom about a divorced man.