Search Result for "marina"

Marina

7 Nov 06, 2013 3.522 views

The true story of Rocco Granata, an Italian coal miner's son who followed his passion for music against his father's wishes and social barriers.

The Smile of the Fox

5.6 May 22, 1992 7.526 views

Mark, a hitman haunted by his past as a corrupt Miami cop and the death of his wife and son, prepares for his next killing. Gradually he becomes fascinated by the beautiful prostitute who lives in the next apartment and they embark on a passionate affair. Their dreams of a life together are complicated by her pimp being a drugs baron; before they can escape he must die, but things are never that simple...

Marina's Café

0 Mar 30, 2015 0.6 views

Caterina, the girl in the cafe of a fishing village in the early twentieth century, is marked by its unforgivable past. Against all odds, it will be born a love story hidden in front of all the people, which will grow until it burst in front of everyone; including Claudi, a shy fisherman, solitary drinker, and Caterina, who will get to be loved and reconciled with her life.

Marina

0 Oct 18, 1960 0.6 views

A German "Schlager-Film" (a musical comedy with popular songs) with Giorgia Moll in the title role.

Marina

0 Jan 01, 2006 0.6 views

Marina was the first fantasy series, a fantaserye, of Philippine media conglomerate ABS-CBN. It was aired on February 23, 2004 to November 12, 2004, starring drama actress Claudine Barretto.

Marina

0 Dec 31, 1969 0.6 views

Marina is a Spanish-language telenovela that aired on United States-based television network Telemundo. It premièred on October 16, 2006. The final original episode aired Thursday, June 28, 2007 it is a remake of the Mexican María la del Barrio, María Mercedes and Los Ricos También Lloran. Sandra Echeverría, in her first major role, plays the title character. Aylín Mújica plays twin sisters, Laura and Verónica Saldivar. Mauricio Ochmann appears as Ricardo in early episodes before being replaced by Manolo Cardona. Telemundo's slogan in English-language ads for the show was "The heat of Acapulco, the passion of a woman." As with most of its other soap operas, the network broadcast English subtitles as closed captions on CC3. Marina was produced by Argos Mexico. During the show's last month, June, 2007, Marina's time slot averaged 577,000 core adult viewers, an 18 percent increase over the year before, when Tierra de Pasiones aired during that hour, according to Nielsen Media Research.