Freddie as F.R.O.7 is a 1992 British animated musical action fantasy comedy film written and directed by Jon Acevski, and starring the voice of Ben Kingsley. Inspired by bedtime stories Acevski told to his son about his favourite toy frog working as a secret agent, it is a parody of James Bond.
Tommy Steele lives with his mother and father in their London home. He works with a bellboy until he injures his spine doing judo. In hospital he is given a guitar to help with his therapy and he starts to play to entertain patients and staff. He works on an ocean liner, performing in his spare time, and gets a job playing in a coffee bar. He is popular with audiences and gets a recording contract.
Freddie is an American television sitcom created by, and starring, Freddie Prinze Jr. that aired from October 5, 2005, to April 12, 2006. Freddie is inspired by Prinze Jr.'s real life, growing up in a house filled with women. His lifelong friend, Conrad Jackson, co-created this series with Prinze, along with executive producers Bruce Helford and Bruce Rasmussen.
Based on true events (mostly), Freddie, a 15-year-old runaway becomes intimately acquainted with California’s “Murder City” after being released from jail, just shy of midnight. Absurdly self-reliant, completely broke and 120 miles away from her friends she has nothing to depend on but her wit and youthful charm. Simultaneously, Lobo, a drug-dealing murderer is granted a 24-hour stay, to raise funds for his in-prison protection from the black population who want him dead. While Freddie cleverly hustles crack-dealing corner boys, pimp-murdering hookers and midnight creepers she learns more about herself and her aspirations, which are both threatened when Freddie reunites with friends only to find herself dangerously involved in Lobo’s survival plan.