Living in the guilt of sacrificing his informant in a previous operation, Criminal Intelligence Inspector Don Lee is wary when his superior orders him to send another informant to spy on the criminal operations of Barbarian, a vicious gangster plotting a jewelry heist. He seeks ex-convict Ghost, who agrees to work for Don despite vowing to go straight since he's desperately in need of money to repay a debt and save his sister. Ghost's driving skills help him infiltrate Barbarian's gang and earn his trust, but by feeding information to Don and hooking up with Barbarian's girlfriend Dee, Ghost is pushing himself into a tight and deadly corner...
Pigeon Street is an animated children's television series originally shown on the BBC in 1981 as part of its 'See-saw' strand for pre-schoolers. There were two series with eight and five episodes respectively, each programme lasting fifteen minutes. The series has been repeated a number of times. The animation was created by Alan Rogers and Peter Lang of the Cut-Out Animation Co., who later went on to do a nursery rhyme series with similar animation called Rub-A-Dub-Dub. Voices were performed by George Layton, with additional voices by John Telfer. Music was by Benni Lees, and played by Soulyard. The shows featured the everyday adventures of a group of characters living on Pigeon Street, an area of flats and terraced housing in a British city, also home to several pigeons which appeared in each show but only occasionally featured in the plot. Characters included Clara the long distance lorry driver, her cohabiting partner Hugo the chef, Mr Baskerville the detective, Mr Jupiter the astronomer, Mr Macadoo the petshop owner and two twins, Molly and Polly, who were only distinguishable by the letter M and P on their jumpers.
Where Pigeons Go to Die is a 1990 made for television film written and directed by Michael Landon based on the novel by R. Wright Campbell. The film stars Art Carney and was nominated for two Emmy awards: ⁕Outstanding Cinematography for a Miniseries or a Special ⁕Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries or a Special Most of the crew was taken from Landon's three previous television shows. The film was shot in and around Lawrence, Kansas and Overland Park, Kansas, and was the last Michael Landon production for NBC.
Pigeon Boy is a children's cartoon created by Millimages of France, and is shown on a number of television networks, including the Australian Broadcasting Corporation in Australia. It is set in the fictional city of Ultrapolis and centres on the lives of three teenagers:Pigeon Boy, and his two companions, one who is extremely fat and the other who is the complete opposite.