(1960 TV Series)
Episode: Play It Glissando (1961)
In southern California, Buz is in the back of an ambulance that is rushing an injured and unconscious Tod to the hospital. At the hospital in the front seat of a squad car, Buz is telling the full story of what happened to Lieutenant Mangano, with a young woman, Jana Johnson, sitting in the back seat. The story started approximately twenty-four hours earlier, when Tod and Buz, treating themselves to three days of luxury, checked themselves into the beach suite of a Malibu resort. Although Tod is the one who is first attracted to the picture on the poster, Buz, as the jazz music aficionado, is the one who knows he can make the connection with beautiful jazz singer Kitty Parker who is performing in the resort's lounge. As Kitty can see that Buz truly is a jazz buff, she suggests the three of them go see renowned jazz trumpeter Gabe Johnson perform at a nearby club. Later that night, they, by chance, literally run into Gabe's wife - Jana - a poor little rich girl from New York, who became estranged from her wealthy society matron mother when she married Gabe and moved to southern California. Jana and Gabe are having problems in their marriage, Jana feeling isolated and alone without support of nearby family or friends, based largely on what she believes is Gabe's control of her life due to feeling like she will leave him if he doesn't keep her under lock and key. As she has tried to leave him in the past, she believes he is trying to kill her which is why she seems so frantic when the three first run into her. To the outside world, Jana's story sounds like paranoia. Tod, Buz and Kitty get in the middle of the Johnsons' marital problems leading to Tod and Buz's ambulance ride. As Tod goes into surgery, Jana and Gabe will have to play this phrase of their marital song to its final cadence, probably with some police intervention.
|2.||We're Back! A Dinosaur's Story
Captain New Eyes travels back in time in what is presumably the Late Cretaceous Period. He feeds the four dinosaurs with the names Rex, Elsa, Dweeb, and Woog his Brain Grain cereal, which makes them intelligent, nonviolent and gentle. They travel via space-ship to the twenty-first century where they befriends with a street-smart boy and a poor little rich girl, tough-talking but secretly soft-hearted Louie and a neglected cutie named Cecilia, from the opposite sides of the tracks, get rooked into performing in a demented circus run by the scientist's evil brother Professor Screw Eyes, and learns something about friendship. He has other plans for those dinosaurs. In addition, his demeanor of tapping into people's nightmares and a hypnotic stare render him a menace to be feared.
It's 1963. Poor little rich girl Lydia and her 14-year-old love-child Sam are banished from North Carolina while her powerful father runs for governor. They end up in Wyoming where she parties and Sam finds he's one of only two Grosvant High School students who read. Maurey is the other, a pre-pubescent girl wanting to discover what sex is about. She and Sam set out to learn with help from Lydia, who tells them it stops when Maurey has her first period. Trouble is, pregnancy comes first. In this small town, what can Maurey do, and will Sam have any say? Meantime, Hank Elkrunner, a Blackfoot, falls for the feckless Lydia, while her dictatorial dad keeps tabs on them all from afar.
|4.||BBC Play of the Month
(1965 TV Series)
Episode: The Millionairess (1972)
Epifania is the richest woman in England. She's also strong-willed, highly intelligent, fiercely determined and an expert at Judo, which makes her hard to live with. She's also married, but her husband is now in love with another woman. She's also seeing another man socially, but he seems to be more interested in his food than her. Will or can this poor little rich girl ever find true happiness? A chance meeting with an Egyptian doctor may prove interesting...
|5.||Así del precipicio
Three flatmates in Mexico City face uncertainties: Lucía who has a great job as an art director for TV commercials is abusing alcohol and cocaine. She risks losing her job, going to prison for assault, and she's woefully in love with a bullfighter who may be two-timing her. Carmen, an artist without income, can be manic - snorting lots of cocaine and hanging out with a gay man and a transvestite. What's her future? Hanna contemplates divorce from Abraham, a wealthy momma's boy, and she's disoriented by feelings of attraction to Sandra, a customer at her jewelry store. Can any of these poor little rich girls sort things out in a world of excess?
|6.||Come Dine with Me Canada
(2010 TV Series)
Episode: Dawn Muzzo: Block Sixteen (2013)
By this, the third night, the contestants are sizing up who they believe to be their real competition. One of those deemed the competition is third night host, qv##nm5570181##, who enjoys the finer things in life. As such, she wants to make her party be special by going high end. Her menu consists of fish chowder with jalapeño corn bread as the appetizer, beef tenderloin as the main course, and strawberry mascarpone and chocolate hazelnut crepes for dessert. To match her high end theme, she issues a black tie dress code. That dress code may work in Dawn's favor if only so that she can dress provocatively to impress her two biggest fans, Eddie and Dustin. But the look of each guest quickly changes after their arrival at Dawn's house. Dawn hopes her poor little rich girl story will tug at their heart strings. But more basic issues with the party may dictate whether Dawn has a chance of winning, those issues which include the back-to-back comparison of the seafood chowders with last night's host, Rick.
A poor little rich girl is sold into slavery to pay for her dead father's gambling debts in Renaissance France. The married couple who buy Cecily try to have their way with her, but she decides to have none of it, and runs away. The husband, in hot pursuit and with loaded pistol, dies in the chase. Poor Cecily, while on the run, unwittingly enters the land of a rich countess, and witnesses sexual debauchery. With the excuse of a trespassing rap, the evil countess tries to use our hapless heroine for her own wicked ways. Cecily escapes, and hopes to purchase a boat ticket to America. Unfortunately for her, she is caught, arrested, and thrown into a dungeon where she is raped, whipped and tortured on the rack by fiendish witch-hunters! No longer able to stand it, she agrees to the corrupt prosecutor's condition to return to the countess, satisfying her every wish. On the carriage ride to the countess' grounds, it seems she has to satisfy at least one of his wishes as well. She has little choice but to accept her fate as a sex slave, used by the countess' aristocratic friends at midnight orgies. When her "sentence" is up, she finds love in the arms of Anthony, a fellow sex slave - one of the very few who showed kindness to her.
It's an accepted fact that people who live at a marina are the loosest, most immoral swingers to be found. And the most infamous marina of all lies on the coast of sunny California, a stone's throw away from the mega-rich Beverly Hills, scandalous Hollywood, and the international airport...an ideal location for the promiscuous flight attendants, poor little rich girls and struggling actresses to find love and lust. These are the reasons why star reporter Ace Woodward (Buck Adams) and his side kick Melanie Moans (Amber Lynn) have chosen the marina for their story on the Sex Life of the Free and Easy. As they get deeply involved in the pointed questions as whether flight attendants really screw passengers to join the "mile high club", whether bikini-clad nymphets really land parts by strolling on the beach past Hollywood moguls getting their summer tan, and whether the marina heat really contributes to a high and more intense sex drive. Melanie and Ace find themselves unavoidably driven to release their pent-up tensions. They go out in the world of hot, sun-baked bodies, unbridled passions and sleek sailboats to find the "nuts and bolts" of their article. What they learn about the swinging single life on the water is what this story is about.
(2006 TV Series)
Episode: Never Knew Love Like This Before (2007)
Becca (qv##nm1381977##), a snooty girl who didn't think of anything else but to earn hard cold cash and live a glamorous life. To make matters worse, she never fails to look down, and berate other people who don't earn as much as she does. One of those less fortunate people is her neighbor, Eric (qv##nm2074966##). By some weird twist of fate, Becca's house burns down, and with it goes everything she has earned, and took pride on. What happens to our poor, little rich girl now? Will this humbling experience change her life for the better, or make her personality worse?
|10.||Poor Little Rich Girl Part 2
Poor little rich girl Alexis DeVell has had her allowance cut off by evil step-aunt Crystal Wilder. Alexis has one chance to be a little rich girl again instead of a poor little rich girl - by doubling the income of her uncle's topless dance club.
|11.||The Jazz Age
(1968 TV Series)
Episode: Majesty (1968)
'Let Me tell you about the very rich. They are different from you and me...' Fitzgerald could have been describing Emily Castleton, one of his most famous flappers. This arch-type of the poor little rich girl was different from everyone. At twenty-four, Emily's score was one affair, many engagements, and an embittered heart when she settled for Brevoort Blair - the catch of the year. A quarter of a million dollars' worth of gifts poured in. A thousand guests crowded the church. The music began. But no bride came down the aisle, for Emily had left for Europe to find her destiny...
|12.||Poor Little Rich Girls (After Warhol)
'Poor Little Rich Girls' (After Warhol) is a cinematic homage to, and conceptual remake, of Andy Warhol's 'Poor Little Rich Girl' (1965) featuring Superstar Edie Sedgwick. Gracie Otto performs the role of Edie Sedgwick. Jack Sargeant re-stages the role of an off-screen Chuck Wein, a spectral presence in the film.