Princess Blair Williams' erotic vacation is rudely interrupted when a renegade alien force, led by her arch enemy Aria (Erika Jordan), attacks Pleasure Planet. A quick escape lands her in even more hot water as the Princess and her busty bodyguard crash land on Earth in this steamy sci-fi sex comedy.
Filmed on location in 1997 at Blackpool Pleasure Beach, the show was a six-part BBC documentary, which followed the day-to-day running of the park. It was mainly focused on the rides and the park managers, Jim Rowland and Keith Allen. The film crews also spoke to Geoffrey Thompson and Amanda Thompson, the director and producer of Stageworks Worldwide Productions (which directs, produces and choreographs the shows within the park.)
Vermilion Pleasure Night, or VPN, is a Japanese late-night variety and comedy skit TV show that mixes animated and live-action segments in a fashion similar to SCTV. The series is best known for its recurring segment, The Fuccons, which spun off its own series.
Tales from the Pleasure Beach was a three-part drama series broadcast on BBC Two in 2001. Each episode featured a self-contained story, against the backdrop of a seaside amusement park. The series was written by Welsh playwright Roger Williams and received a BAFTA Awards nomination for Best Drama Series, but was beaten to the award by Cold Feet. Filmed at Coney Beach Amusement Park in Porthcawl, South Wales, and Aberavon, Port Talbot, the series included performances from Ruth Jones, Rachel Isaac, Eve Myles and Siwan Morris.
Dynasty: The Making of a Guilty Pleasure is a 2005 American television movie based on the creation and behind the scenes production of the 1980s prime time soap opera Dynasty. It was broadcast on ABC on 2 January 2005.
Your favorite Food Network stars reveal their best-kept, most-intimate, guilty-pleasure secrets for the first time ever! We visit the locations and meet the chefs who make these crazy, ooey-gooey, “I-can't-believe-I'm-eating-this” food masterpieces!