Some delightfully quirky Tom McGuane characters make it to the little screen with their idiosyncrasies relatively intact, which at the very least guarantees stretched-out people worth caring and…
Another in a series of documentaries about societal problems in America, this hour has the content and style of a sweep series done by an aspiring news department at a major-market television station.
Host-reporter: Ron Reagan.
Producer, Allen C. Pedersen. Director, Michael Spence; script, Brian Russell; camera, T.C. Christensen; editor, Jim Friesen; production designer, Bill Cornford; music, Bob Summers.
Host: Rene Auberjonois.
A&E, which occasionally seems to have purchased all video rights to World War II, gets outgunned here by CBS, which calls Charles Kuralt and Gen. Norman Schwarzkopf out of the trenches to profile…
Not making it to the big screen, third edition of the "Stepfather" slaughter flix instead has gone directly to TV without passing go; if there's a fourth issue, it'll be a home movie.
Co-anchors; Jane Pauley, Stone Phillips.
Blessed with sharp production values and tight direction by E.W. Swackhamer, Brian Ross' teleplay about a father-son competition rings out loud and clear. If the tale doesn't bear close scrutiny and…
Adisappointingly routine account of the life and achievements of Howard Hughes does little to enlighten viewers but does elicit anecdotes from Ginger Rogers, Terry Moore and Jane Russell about the…
This year's Antoinette Perry "Tony" Awards was a fast-paced, no-nonsense affair, almost to the point of being a bit mercenary. With acceptance speeches kept to a minimum, a number of awards given…