This film is all form and no content, with the gloss of a commercial for an overly ambitious hair spray. But the real product here is an exceedingly tawdry form of eroticism, featuring a pushover…
Scaremaster Dan Curtis applies his directorial skills to a two-part sci-fi adventure, and the first two hours are whizbang stuff ending with a surefire cliffhanger. Thanks to a script by Barry…
Another twice-as-long visit to the North Carolina Von Stein home, where CBS stopped on April 26 with its two-hour "Honor Thy Mother," reasserts the concept of bloodletting to bolster ratings. A…
Potentially fascinating program probing the historical and factual veracity of the Old Testament is undermined by cheesy dramatic re-creations and shallow scholarship. One longs for a 10-part BBC…
A fine example of ABC's worthy "World of Discovery" series, Andrea Florence's eye-catching investigation of the Amazon tributary Rio Negro is a jewel. Beautifully photographed, intelligently scripted…
You can talk about the Beatles and Ed Sullivan, but most American music fans can trace their love affair with the big beat in a direct line to Dick Clark and American Bandstand, which spent 32 years…
Band: Clifford Cater, Don Grolnick, Jimmy Johnson, Michael Landau, Carlos Vega; Singers: Valerie Carter, David Lasley, Kate Markowitz, Arnold McCuller.
Narrator: Jon Granik.
Director, Donna Deitch. Writer, Michele Gallery. Photography, Tobias Schliessier; editor, Harvey Rosenstock. 120 min.
Host: David Maybury-Lewis.
Elizabeth Montgomery, looking svelte and youthful, returns to TV films with a based-on-fact number in which she plays realtor-eatery owner Gayle Wolfer, but it's a humdrum affair written by Daniel…