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For commercial and fan sites related specifically to the "Anne of Green Gables" television mini-series. The mini-series includes "Anne of Green Gables," "Anne of Green Gables: The Sequel" (a.k.a. "Anne of Avonlea"), and "Anne of Green Gables: The Continuing Story."

Only sites pertaining to the mini-series should be submitted. Sites for individual actors or actresses should be submitted in their own category in Arts: People or Arts: Performing Arts: Acting: Actors and Actresses.

"Anne of Green Gables" is a mini-series trilogy about the adventures of Anne Shirley, an orphan girl with "scope for the imagination" who comes to live at "Green Gables" in Avonlea, PEI. The mini-series is based on the classic series of books by Lucy Maud Montgomery.

This category is for sites devoted to the 2001 television mini-series, "Attila".  

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During the waning days of Roman Empire, the barbarian Huns violently make their way torward Europe under the leadership Attila, a fierce warrior. Roman General Flavius Aetius attempts to form an alliance with Attila against the Visigoths but the plan does not go smoothly and soon a battle rages amongst all three armies.
Please only submit sites pertaining to the 2001 HBO mini-series, "Band of Brothers." Sites for individual actors or actresses should be submitted in their own category in Arts: People or Arts: Performing Arts: Acting: Actors and Actresses.
"Band of Brothers" is an HBO mini-series which originally aired in 2001 and is based on the Stephen Ambrose book of the same name. The mini-series tells the story of Easy Company, 506th Regiment of the 101st Airborne Division, U.S. Army, which parachuted into France on D-Day.
Remake of the 1980s series about survivors of a fallen civilization journeying to find Earth. The miniseries first aired in 2003.
Please only submits sites pertaining to the 1999 ABC mini-series version of "Cleopatra."

Sites for individual actors or actresses should be submitted in their own category in Arts: People or Arts: Performing Arts: Acting: Actors and Actresses.

Sites about the 1963 film version with Elizabeth Taylor should be submitted to: Arts/Movies/Titles/C/Cleopatra_-_1963

Sites about "Cleopatra 2525," the syndicated science fiction television series about a twentieth-century dancer who awakens in the year 2525, should be submitted to: Arts: Television: Programs: Science Fiction: Cleopatra 2525.

Sites about the Shakespearian play, "Antony and Cleopatra" should be submitted to: Arts: Literature: World Literature: British: Shakespeare: Works: Plays: Tragedies: Antony and Cleopatra .

The 1999 ABC mini-series directed by Franc Roddam, starring Billy Zane as Marc Antony, Timothy Dalton as Julius Caesar, and Leonor Varela as Cleopatra.
For commercial and fan sites related specifically to the PBS television mini-series "Cosmos."

Only sites pertaining to the mini-series should be submitted. Sites for individual actors or actresses should be submitted in their own category in Arts: People or Arts: Performing Arts: Acting: Actors and Actresses.

This 13-hour TV mini-series originally aired on PBS in 1980 with astronomer Dr. Carl Sagan explaining the elements and theories of the universe.
Sites predominantly about Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog musical mini-series may be listed in this category. Fan works, such as stories, costumes, and film may be listed in the Fan Works subcategory.

If your site doesn't meet the above criteria, and is submitted here anyway, inclusion in the directory can be delayed by the sorting process. Please try to find the most specific category for your site before submitting. Thank you, and please enjoy submitting your website.
Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog is a live action mini-series musical produced in 2008 and directed by Joss Whedon. In a comic book style, Dr. Horrible (Neil Patrick Harris) is on a quest to become a true villain and join the elite Evil League of Evil. Distracted from his goal by his love interest Penny (Felicia Day), he must find a way to defeat Captain Hammer (Nathan Fillion). Although there have been indications of a sequel, a second Dr. Horrible has not yet been produced.
A young mage comes of age in a mystical world. The series is set to in December 2004.
A three part mini-series based on Frank Herbert's classic Science Fiction novel entailing politics, betrayal, lust, greed and the coming of a Messiah. This version starred William Hurt as Duke Leto Atreides, Alec Newman as Paul Atreides, and Saskia Reeves as Lady Jessican Atreides and was directed by John Harrison.
For commercial and fan sites related specifically to the television mini-series "From the Earth to the Moon."

Only sites pertaining to the mini-series should be submitted. Sites for individual actors or actresses should be submitted in their own category in Arts: People or Arts: Performing Arts: Acting: Actors and Actresses.

Sites about the Apollo space program should be submitted to: Science: Technology: Space: Missions: Manned: United States: Apollo.

Sites about the Jules Verne novel should be submitted to: Arts: Literature: Authors: V: Verne, Jules: Works: From the Earth to the Moon.

Tom Hanks' 12-part 1998 HBO mini-series portraying the Apollo manned space program.
Explores both sides of the escalating war on terror. The series first aired in 2004.
Please only submit sites pertaining to the 1999 mini-series.

Sites for individual actors or actresses should be submitted in their own category in Arts: People or Arts: Performing Arts: Acting: Actors and Actresses.

Sites about Joan of Arc, the saint, should be submitted to: Society: Religion and Spirituality: Christianity: Denominations: Catholicism: Saints: J: Saint Joan of Arc.

Sites for "The Messenger - Story of Joan of Arc" should be submitted to: Arts: Movies: Titles: M: Messenger - Story of Joan Arc, The.

Sites for the 1928 film, "The Passion of Joan of Arc" should be submitted to: Arts: Movies: Titles: P: Passion of Joan Arc, The.

1999 mini-series starring Leelee Sobieski as Joan, Jacqueline Bisset as Isabelle, and Neil Patrick Harris as King Charles.

This category is for sites devoted to the 2002 British television mini-series, "The Jury".  

For new site submissions:

To avoid delay in listing, please review these guidelines prior to submission.

  • Please submit websites once to the most relevant category in the directory.
  • Only submit sites that are in English. All others should be submitted to an appropriate World category.
  • Submit your site using your main url. Do not submit a redirect URL for your site; use your actual URL.
  • Do not submit vanity urls.
  • Use your site''s actual title.
  • Create a brief description, under 25 words, listing the current content of your site (not the future content).
  • Do not use marketing verbiage or first person verbiage (we, our, us) in the description. Do not use hype.
  • Sites under construction will not be listed. Do not submit sites with broken links or missing content.
  • Affiliate sites, multiple URL''s for the same organization and mirror sites will not be listed.
  • All listed sites are periodically reviewed.
  • The ODP reserves the right to revise all submissions at any time at its sole discretion and editorial judgment.

Thank you.

In London's Bailey courthouse, a gruesome crime is brilliantly prosecuted, ingeniously defended, and then painstakingly judged. A 15 year-old white boy has been killed in cold blood. His classmate, a quiet, reclusive Sikh boy, is on trial for murder. The decision hangs on a knife-edge and falls to the twelve jurors who find themselves the focus of national attention. A six-part television miniseries.
A hospital built over a Civil War-era graveyard is haunted. The series first aired in 2004.

This category is for sites devoted to the 1998 BBC television drama, "Little White Lies".  

For new site submissions:

To avoid delay in listing, please review these guidelines prior to submission.

  • Please submit websites once to the most relevant category in the directory.
  • Only submit sites that are in English. All others should be submitted to an appropriate World category.
  • Submit your site using your main url. Do not submit a redirect URL for your site; use your actual URL.
  • Do not submit vanity urls.
  • Use your site''s actual title.
  • Create a brief description, under 25 words, listing the current content of your site (not the future content).
  • Do not use marketing verbiage or first person verbiage (we, our, us) in the description. Do not use hype.
  • Sites under construction will not be listed. Do not submit sites with broken links or missing content.
  • Affiliate sites, multiple URL''s for the same organization and mirror sites will not be listed.
  • All listed sites are periodically reviewed.
  • The ODP reserves the right to revise all submissions at any time at its sole discretion and editorial judgment.

Thank you.

The tragic, unexpected death of David (Martin Wenner) in a car-crash causes the cozy, safe life of gardener Beth (Tara Fitzgerald) to be thrown into complete chaos. Directed by Philip Saville.
Only sites pertaining to the 1986 mini-series should be submitted.

Sites for individual actors or actresses should be submitted in their own category in Arts: People or Arts: Performing Arts: Acting: Actors and Actresses.

Sites about author J. B. Priestly should be submitted to Arts: Literature: Authors: P: Priestley, J.B..

1986 mini-series adapted from J. B. Priestley's autobiographical novel, "Lost Empires," which looks at life on the English music-hall circuit in the years before World War I and stars Colin Firth as Richard Herncastle, John Castle as Nick Ollanton, and Laurence Olivier as Harry Burrard.
Please only submit sites pertaining to the 1998 mini-series.

Sites for individual actors or actresses should be submitted in their own category in Arts: People or Arts: Performing Arts: Acting: Actors and Actresses.

Sites for the 1992 film version should be submitted to Arts: Movies: Titles: M: Merlin - 1992.

Sites pertaining to Merlin in literature should be submitted to Arts: Humanities: Literature in Art: Arthurian Legend.

1998 mini-series starring Sam Neill as Merlin, Helena Bonham Carter as Morgan, and John Gielgud as King Constant.
For commercial and fan sites related specifically to the "North and South" television mini-series. The mini-series includes "North and South," "North and South, Book II," and "North and South, Book III: Heaven and Hell."

Only sites pertaining to the mini-series should be submitted. Sites for individual actors or actresses should be submitted in their own category in Arts: People or Arts: Performing Arts: Acting: Actors and Actresses.

"North and South" is a mini-series trilogy based on the novels of John Jakes about the Hazard and Main families during the American Civil War.
Only sites pertaining to the 1996 mini-series should be submitted.

Sites for individual actors or actresses should be submitted in their own category in Arts: People or Arts: Performing Arts: Acting: Actors and Actresses.

Sites about author Joseph Conrad should be submitted to Arts: Literature: Authors: C: Conrad, Joseph.

1996 mini-series set in the imaginary republic of Costaguana where Englishman Charles Gould arrives with his wife to take over the family's closed silver mine. Nostromo is the leader of the local dockworkers and is charged with saving the mine when civil war engulfs the country. Based on the novel by Joseph Conrad and starring Colin Firth as Charles Gould, Serena Scott Thomas as Emilia Gould, and Claudio Amendola as Nostromo.
For commercial and fan sites related specifically to the 1976 television mini-series "Rich Man, Poor Man."

Only sites pertaining to the mini-series should be submitted. Sites for individual actors or actresses should be submitted in their own category in Arts: People or Arts: Performing Arts: Acting: Actors and Actresses.

Twelve-part 1976 ABC mini-series based on the Irwin Shaw novel about the immigrant Jordache family. Starred Peter Strauss as Rudy and Nick Nolte as Tom Jordache. Based on the novel by Irwin Shaw.
Only sites pertaining to the mini-series Roots should be submitted here.

Sites for individual actors or actresses should be submitted in their own category in Arts: People or Arts: Performing Arts: Acting: Actors and Actresses.

A mini-series drama from 1977.
Only submit sites pertaining to the mini-series Rose Red here.

Sites for individual actors or actresses should be submitted in their own category in Arts: People or Arts: Performing Arts: Acting: Actors and Actresses.

Mini-series based on Stephen King's novel Rose Red.
Only sites pertaining to the 1980 mini-series should be submitted.

Sites for individual actors or actresses should be submitted in their own category in Arts: People or Arts: Performing Arts: Acting: Actors and Actresses.

Sites about author James Clavell should be submitted to Arts: Literature: Authors: C: Clavell, James.

1980 mini-series about an English navigator who becomes involved in political games in feudal Japan, based on the novel by James Clavell and starring Richard Chamberlain as John Blackthorne.
Only sites pertaining to the mini-series Taken should be submitted here.

Sites for individual actors or actresses should be submitted in their own category in Arts: People or Arts: Performing Arts: Acting: Actors and Actresses.

Produced by Steven Spielberg, the series first aired in 2002 and portrays the lives of 3 families affected over three generations by alien abductions.
For commercial and fan sites related specifically to the television mini-series "The Tenth Kingdom."

Only sites pertaining to the mini-series should be submitted. Sites for individual actors or actresses should be submitted in their own category in Arts: People or Arts: Performing Arts: Acting: Actors and Actresses.

2000 mini-series about a father and daughter caught in a parallel universe where fairy-tale characters have their kingdoms. Starred Scott Cohen as Wolf, John Larroquette as Antony Lewis, and Kimberly Williams as Virginia Lewis.
For commercial and fan sites related specifically to "The Thorn Birds" television mini-series. The mini-series includes "The Thorn Birds" and "The Thorn Birds: The Mising Years."

Only sites pertaining to the mini-series should be submitted. Sites for individual actors or actresses should be submitted in their own category in Arts: People or Arts: Performing Arts: Acting: Actors and Actresses.

1983 mini-series covering 60 years in the lives of the Cleary family of Australia. The story centers on Meggie Cleary (Rachel Ward) and her love for the family's priest, Father Ralph de Bricassart (Richard Chamberlain). Based on the novel by Colleen McCullough.
Only sites pertaining to the 2001 mini-series should be submitted.

Sites for individual actors or actresses should be submitted in their own category in Arts: People or Arts: Performing Arts: Acting: Actors and Actresses.

2001 mini-series about a Jewish uprising in the Warsaw Ghetto against the Nazis in 1943, starring Leelee Sobieski, Hank Azaria, David Schwimmer, Jon Voight, and Donald Sutherland.
The Young Person's Guide to Becoming a Rock Star is, a six-part satirical take on the music world written by BAFTA award-winner Bryan Elsley centered around a young Glasgow band as they struggle to find success. Directed by Sheree Folkson and Kieron J. Walsh.
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