Scooby-Doo's Spookiest Tales 2003

Zoinks! Get ready to shake and shiver with Scooby-Doo and the Mystery, Inc. gang as they collect clues and capture crooks as only they can! These teenage super-sleuths have the villains on the run in several mysterious adventures. So grab your Scooby snacks, gather your courage and make like a detective because - jinkies - there's a mystery to solve.

Doom 2005

A team of space marines known as the Rapid Response Tactical Squad, led by Sarge, is sent to a science facility on Mars after somebody reports a security breach. There, they learn that the alert came after a test subject, a mass murderer purposefully injected with alien DNA, broke free and began killing people. Dr. Grimm, who is related to team member Reaper, informs them all that the chromosome can mutate humans into monsters -- and is highly infectious.

Doomsday 2008

A lethal virus spreads throughout the British isles, infecting millions and killing hundreds of thousands. To contain the threat, acting authorities brutally quarantine the country as it succumbs to fear and chaos. The quarantine is successful. Three decades later, the Reaper virus violently resurfaces in a major city. An elite group of specialists is urgently dispatched into the still-quarantined country to retrieve a cure by any means necessary. Shut off from the rest of the world, the unit must battle through a landscape that has become a waking nightmare.

The Doo Dah Man

Two lives intersect when a conman running from the police and a college boy running from his past meet on the lonely highways of America's southwest.

Cock-a-doodle-doo! 1966

This tale (about a rich man stealing poor man's magic mill or magic grinder) is the first stop-motion animation film by the Riga Motion Picture Studio, created by four professional puppeteers from the Latvian Puppet Theatre and directed by Arnolds Burovs. The film constituted a successful beginning for a stable and long-standing tradition and is evidence of the intuitive skills of the filmmaker required for stop-motion animation, namely, the ability to work with precision and economy of expression.

Scooby-Doo! and the Sea Monsters 2012

Three episodes with sea creatures: s01e09 - She Sees Sea Monsters By The Sea Shore s02e12 - Uncle Scooby and Antarctica s03e12 - Reef Grief

Doodlebug 1997

A man is trying to catch some sort of bug running around his room. He takes his shoes off and intends to crush it under the heel of his loafer. However, as he slowly begins to track the bug down and trap it things change dramatically, but the man continues his course of action.

Scooby-Doo! 13 Spooky Tales: Holiday Chills And Thrills 2012

Scooby and the gang have plenty of fun in this new holiday themed classic. They face a chilly and frightful holiday season when they try solving 13 mysteries. A new holiday piece created where Scooby and the gang are ready to get to the bottom of this holiday case. This collection consists of fan favorite Scooby-Doo! episodes from classic Scooby-Doo! TV shows.

Rock, Rhythm & Doo Wop 2001

Journey back in time for a musical event that's as close to time travel as television will allow. Your living room becomes the stage as Little Anthony and the Original Imperials, The Fleetwoods, Little Richard and more shake, rattle and roll for this once in a lifetime performance. Join hosts Frankie Valli, Jerry "The Iceman" Butler and Lloyd Price for an unforgettable evening that you'll watch over and over. ~Filmed May 15 and 16, 2001

Scooby-Doo! and Friends

Scooby-Doo and the world’s most famous meddling kids launch their crime-busting, spook-chasing exploits into the 21st century in these four fun-filled mystery adventures! When the contestants at a way-cool snowboarding contest are suspiciously sidelined, Scooby-Doo and the kids investigate - and discover a chilling fact that There's No Creature Like Snow Creature! Then there’s dino-sized mystery afoot in Costa Rica when a fearsome Giganotosaurus jumps off a movie screen and goes on a rampage of 3-D Struction! Next, in Space Ape at the Cape, the gang tangles with an extra-scary extraterrestrial who’s monkeying around with an important rocket launch. And there’s a Big Scare in the Big Easy when the Mystery Inc. crew unearths spooky doing in a haunted New Orleans cemetery!

The Doombolt Chase 1978

The Doombolt Chase is a naval-themed British science fiction/action television series aimed at a teenage audience. It was broadcast between March 12 and April 16, 1978, as a six-episode series. It was also broadcast in Canada on TVOntario in 1978 and in Germany in 1979 under the title Geheimprojekt Doombolt.

Foot in the Door 1983

Foot in the Door is a short-lived comedy that aired on CBS in 1983. The series stars Kip Gilman as Jim Foot, a man working at an ad agency in New York, Diana Canova as his wife Harriet and Harold Gould as his recently widowed father Jonah who decides to move in with them.

Doodle Do

Doodle Do is a British television programme designed for pre-school children. It is aired on the CBeebies channel. The programme features three "Doodle Doers" — puppets called "Dib-dab", "Scribble" and "Stick" — who interact with a human presenter, Chris. Dib-dab, Stick and Scribble are literal glove puppets, as they consist of colourful knitted gloves decorated with eyes, noses, and hair. They are operated by three puppeteers who remain concealed behind features of the studio set, such as curtains or boxes, or beneath the raised studio floor. One episode was filmed in the French Ski Resort of 'Les Deux Alpes'. The programme is a loose "how to" arts feature similar to SMarteenies, but aimed at an even younger audience. Chris and the puppets explore making models from boxes, simple collages and so on. A story is featured, during which the puppets play characters using the items they have created. The programme always ends with some "Doodle do" and "Doodle don't" advice, such as "Doodle do: have fun with your model car, and doodle don't: forget to tidy up afterwards". There are also small 5-minute portions of the show called "Doodle Do Making Moments" which are broadcast. These feature one 'make' and do not have much of a storyline.

Howdy Doody 1947

Howdy Doody is an American children's television program that was created and produced by E. Roger Muir and telecast on the NBC network in the United States from December 27, 1947 until September 24, 1960. It was a pioneer in children's television programming and set the pattern for many similar shows. One of the first television series produced at NBC in Rockefeller Center, in Studio 3A, it was also a pioneer in early color production as NBC used the show in part to sell color television sets in the 1950s.

Doorknock Dinners

Doorknock Dinners is a program that aired on Food TV in the late 1990s. The program featured Gordon Elliott taking a guest chef into the home of a busy person/household and cooking the family a dinner using only the items they had in their home. Doorknock Dinners is most notable for giving Paula Deen and Tyler Florence attention, landing Deen a television program, Paula's Home Cooking, that first aired in November 2002. When Iron Chefs Masaharu Morimoto and Rokusaburo Michiba appeared on the show in uniform ahead of Morimoto's first battle against Bobby Flay in New York, the show adapted many Iron Chef mechanics in honor of them, including graphics and announcers as if the challenge was a Kitchen Stadium battle.

Open Door

Open Door was a programme produced by the BBC's Community Programme Unit. It was first broadcast on 2 April 1973. The programme gave people control of the airwaves and was a platform for the public to talk about its own issues and give their own views without editorial input. The programme was later replaced by Open Space.

The Door 2010

The Door was a two-part celebrity series broadcast on the ITV Network in the United Kingdom and hosted by Amanda Holden and Chris Tarrant. Keith Duffy and Dean Gaffney made it to the final with Keith winning the show with Dean as the runner-up.

Stage Door

Stage Door is a Canadian music variety television series which aired on CBC Television in 1960.

Lorna Doone 2000

Passionate love story set in 17th century rural England, charting the young John Ridd's search for revenge after his father's murder, and the chance encounter with beautiful Lorna Doone that changes the course of his life.

Dooley Gardens

Dooley Gardens is a Canadian television sitcom, which aired on CBC Television in 1999. The series was set in a hockey rink in St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, inherited by Skye Dooley after the death of her father. The show's cast also included Mary Walsh as canteen operator Marilyn Benoit, Andy Jones as manager Eddie Hawco, Andrew Younghusband as the possibly-crazy zamboni driver Tracy, and Ron Hynes as Johnny Shea. Younghusband and Edward Riche were the show's writers. Original music was composed by Sandy Morris and Paul Kinsman.

Scoop and Doozie

Scoop and Doozie is a late 1990s television show about the everyday lives of Doozie, an orange toy bulldozer, Scoop, a yellow toy excavator, and Axel, a blue and red dumptruck, aimed at preschoolers and kindergarteners. It uses skillful puppetry and live videos to teach about construction and machinery to children. It aired for a short time on CBC Television's children block called CBC Playground in 1999 and 2000.

Noodle and Doodle

Noodle and Doodle is a live action children's television series, which premiered on September 25, 2010. The series was created by John McCoy, is produced and directed by Kristopher Updike, and currently airs on NBC Kids and PBS Kids Sprout. The series is Sprout's first original long form television series. In Canada, it airs on the Knowledge Network.

The People Next Door 1989

The People Next Door is an American situation comedy which aired briefly on CBS as part of its Fall 1989 schedule.

Washington: Behind Closed Doors 1977

The story of a power-hungry U.S. President, and the men he surrounds himself with in order to keep his hold on power. Based on John Ehrlichman's book about the Nixon administration.