This high-impact telepic drives its message home with focus as it elevates consciousness. In a half-hour, Willy Holtzman's lean scripting and Dean Pitchford's precise direction communicate more than…
An hour promo for Collins Publishing's latest all-in-the-day coffee table tome takes a splashy gander at Hollywood on May 20, 1992, with each of the 75 photographers assigned a topic to snap. The…
Voices: Dan Castellaneta, Julie Kavner, Nancy Cartwright, Yeardley Smith, Hank Azaria, Harry Shearer, Elizabeth Taylor, Pamela Hayden.
The title for "Shadow of a Stranger" makes about as much sense as the telefilm itself, as murder follows murder in a vain attempt to be convincingly clever. Emma Samms plays high-fashion model Sarah…
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NEW YORK--Bright colors, silly jokes and one-dimensional characters inhabit ABC's "let's put our in-house stars to use" vehicle, "To Grandmother's House We Go." While somewhat crass for the season…
Once again the seemingly bottomless well of true stories is plumbed for a TV movie. Story of real-life Claude Sams' (Stacy Keach) crusade against outlaw trucker who killed his son dilutes an hour's…
Executive producer, Phil Ramone and Liza Minnelli. Choreographed by Susan Stroman. Directed for television by Louis J. Horvitz.
Sixteen-year-old Mark (Nicholas Shields), anguishing over his stuntman father's death, attempts suicide twice, which his hairdresser mother Heather (Shannon Tweed, takes lightly.
A creaking plot still affords Katharine Hepburn a chance to show how genuine polish can put a shine on worn-out silver. It's an uphill struggle, even for Hepburn, and co-star Ryan O'Neal's shots at…
With this end-of-the-year special, Spy magazine uncovers its own counterintelligence. What has long grown stale on the page quickly feels even dumber on screen.
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