A fantasy movie about an arrogant, lazy prince and his more heroic brother who must complete a quest in order to save their father's kingdom.
Ian Halperin poses as a gay wannabe actor and member of the Israeli royal family to get an inside look at the Hollywood industry in this companion film to his well-received book, Hollywood Undercover: Revealing the Sordid Secrets of Tinseltown. Along the way, he receives a promise from the Church of Scientology to cure his homosexuality and gets the inside scoop from numerous luminaries -- including Brad Pitt, Jay Leno and Leonardo DiCaprio.
His Royal Highness is a 1932 Australian musical film directed by F.W. Thring, also known as His Loyal Highness (Australia alternative title and title in the United Kingdom), starring George Wallace in his feature film debut.
In a fictional European country, a beautiful princess meets a handsome American reporter and falls in love with him. On a trip to New York, she hopes to find him again. While staying at one of the city's finest hotels she meets a kind-hearted bellhop who mistakes her for a maid. She invites him to be her escort, not realizing that he believes he has fallen in love with her. Every nice thing the princess does encourages him to believe that she feels the same way he does.
A short film that shows a man striking bizarre poses has been interpreted as a comical representation of behavior on the soccer field
Fred Leroy is a wealthy industrialist, part of a large family-owned corporation. Fred has fallen for Annette, a comely cabaret bartender. He proposes to her, much to the horror of his family, which considers Annette and her unsophisticated father far below their caste. The family convinces Fred to give up the girl in exchange for increased position and income in the company. But Fred's lapse is momentary, and he again pursues Annette. But she, by this time, has learned of his erstwhile agreement and has agreed to marry someone else.
The story follows Abdullah (Mohanlal) who is hired by the members of a wealthy royal family to assassinate the family head Maharaja Udayavarma (Nedumudi Venu). Abdullah comes into the royal palace under the disguise Ananthan Namboothiri, a classical singer, and tries to use this mask to softly kill the Maharaja.
A story about young Prince from Asian country who is visiting the summer camp in the USSR.
An emancipated Princess, who has just returned home to her court in the Balkans from England, goes in disguise to a servants’ bal and falls in love with an alleged caterer, who turns out next day to be a lieutenant of the guard. Without letting on to her masquerade, she makes sure he climbs the ranks quickly. At the same time, she tries to thwart her engagement to an unpopular prince.
This is an extraordinary tale of how an ordinary scholar becomes a prince of a different surname (from the imperial family). With his wife, he lives in poverty, and to repay his wife's unswerving loyalty to him, he goes to the capital to take the Imperial Examination. By chance, he helps solve a court case and is then tied into the national affairs of the country.
The main protagonist is Qin Zhan, an avid player of a popular online game called New Demi-Gods and Semi-Devils (it's both an actual game in China and a well-loved classic wuxia). Qin Zhan time travels into the game that he's been playing for ten years and gains incredible powers as a result. However, he also becomes the number one enemy of the entire martial arts world and must face the dangers and conspiracies that are thrown in his way.
Sigh of His Highness is a Chinese television series based on the life of Prince Gong, a Manchu noble who lived in the late Qing Dynasty. The series was first broadcast on Sichuan TV in China in 2006.