Ashot at a strong, informative if fictional look at early black filmmakers and the white disregard of their talents is frittered away by writer Daryl G. Nickens' overly extended teleplay, by Helaine…
Once a mere "700 Club" pulpit, The Family Channel has lately become a venue for ex-"SCTV" club members like Eugene Levy, director and co-star of "Partners 'n Love"--as good a romantic-comic telepic…
Two-hour telepic "A Jury of One" is promoted as the pilot for a potential series "inspired" by real-life on-the-beat experiences of Joseph Wambaugh. Gritty and well-acted, production is pleasingly…
NBC's hit Saturday a.m. teen series goes prime time with "Saved By the Bell--Hawaiian Style," a TV flick that makes "Beverly Hills, 90210" look mature.
Band: Vince Charles, King Errison, Tom Hensley, Hadley Hockensmith, Alan Lindgren, Reinie Press, Doug Rhone, Ron Tutt.
Voices: Jamie E. Smith, Mindy Ann Martin, John Christian Graas, Marne Patterson, Philip Lucier, Lindsay Bennish, Mathew Slowick, Deanna Tello, Brittany M. Thornton, Sean Mendelson, Melendez.
An American Story" might have been an examination of the difficulties of re-acclimation to life back home by a group of returning WWII G.I.s. Instead, it dilutes itself into a beautifully shot (by…
NEW YORK--Unmercifully unbalanced in story content but dramatically and emotionally rich, "A Mother's Right: The Elizabeth Morgan Story," is a quality telefilm that should draw good ratings thanks to…
Sidney Sheldon's back in the syndie mart with a four-hour adaptation by Richard Hack and Michael Viner of his "The Sands of Time," which should do OK with its undemanding plotting and cardboard…
The celebrated 1989 Broadway return of Robert Morse in Jay Presson Allen's dynamic "Tru" has been taped for "American Playhouse" in what can be termed only as an event, and it's a joy. Morse's…