Document 62920

"Adam's Rib" **** ('49) Spencer Tracy,
Katharine Hepburn. Married lawyers clash in
and out of court over a woman's right
to shoot her husband and his girlfriend.
(Romance-comedy) 101m. Sun. 10 p.m.
"Alice in Wonderland" *** ('51} Lewis'Carroll's little heroine falls down a rabbit hole. Animated. (Children) (G) 75m; Sun. 10 a.m.; Fri. 7
p.m. (CC) (VCR)
"The Babe Ruth Story" ** ('48) William Bendix,
Claire trevor, The baseball player goes from
wayward youth to Boston Red Sox pitcher to
New York Yankees home-run hero. (Biography)
107m. Mon. 11:30 p.m. (VCR)
"Batman" ** ('66) Adam West, Burt Ward.
Batman and Robin save Gotham City from the
Catwoman, Joker, Penguin and Riddler, (Action)
(PG) 105m. Fri. 9 p.m., 2:30 a.m. (VCR)
"Bringing Up Baby" **** ('38) Katharine Hepburn, Cary Grant. A paleontologist loses a dinosaur bone to a dog whose heiress owner has
a pet leopard, Baby. (Comedy) 102m, Mon. 9
p.m., 3:30 a.m. (VCR)
"Courage Mountain" ** ('89) Juliette Caton,
Jan Rubes. Swiss Alps teen Heidi leaves her
grandfather and boyfriend for school in World
War 11taly. (Adventure) (PG) 96m. Wed. 8 p.m.,
2 a.m. (VCR)
"Curly Top (Color)" ('35) Shirley Temple, John
Boles. A Park Avenue millionaire adopts a frisky
orphan and her teen-age sister. (Musical) 75m.
Tue. 10 a.m., 1:30 a.m. (CC)
"Dennis the Menace" * ('87) Victor DiMattia,
Patricia Estrin. A paleontologist promotes a dinosaur theme park after Dennis discovers an
old bone. (Comedy-drama) 94m. Mon. 10 a.m.
"Disney's Coyote Tales" ('91) Junior Coyote learns lessons from "Pests of the West,"
"Ugly Duckling," "Goliath II" and other cartoons.
(Children) 90m. Wed. 6p.m. (CC)
"The Elm-Chanted Forest" ** ('86) Artist Peter
Pallette saves the Fantasy Forest from Emperor
Spine, the cactus king. Animated. (Children)
83m. Wed. 10 a.m. (VCR)
"Ewoks: The Battle for Endor" *** ('85) Wilford Brimley, Aubree Miller. Hermit fsloa, Ewok
Wicket and furry Teek rescue a girl and an
Ewok family from a witch's dungeon. (Children)
100m. Mon. 6p.m., 1:30 a.m. (VCR)
"Felix the Cat: The Movie" ('88) Felix uses
his magic bag to free a princess from a
warlike duke in another dimension. Animated.
(Children) 82m. Sat. 10 a.m.
"Flipper" ** ('63) Chuck Connors, Luke Halpin.
The son of a Florida Keys fisherman rescues a
speared dolphin and nurses it back to health.
(Children) (G) 90m. Thu. 10 a:m., 1 a.m.
"Flipper's New Adventure" ** ('64) Luke
Halpin, Pamela Franklin. The dolphin and his
young master rescue a family of English aristocrats held hostage in the Bahamas. (Children)
(G) 103m. Fri. 10a.m. (VCR)
"The In-Laws" *** (79) Peter Falk, Alan Arkin.
A New York dentist lands in a Central American hotspot with his daughter's shady future
father-in-law. (Comedy) (PG) 103m. Fri. 12:30
a.m. (VCR)
"fvanhoe" *** ('52) Robert Taylor, Elizabeth
Taylor. Back from the Crusades, knight Ivanhoe restores his Saxon honor with Rebecca and
Lady Rowena. (Adventure) 107m. Tue. 11:30
p.m. (VCR)
"The Journey of Natty Gann" *** (85) Meredith Salenger, John Cusack. A teen leaves 1935
Chicago by rail, heading west with a wolf and a
drifter to find her father. (Adventure) (PG) 105m.
Sun. 7 p.m., 3 a.m.; Sat. 9 p.m. (CC) (VCR)
"The Lady From Shanghai" *** (48) Rita Hayworth, Orson Welles. An Irish sailor is framed
for murder by a rich lawyer and his seductive
wife. (Mystery) 87m. Sun. 12a.m. (VCR)
"LiM" **** ('53) Leslie Caron, Mel Ferrer. A
French teen-ager joins a carnival and meets a
lying magician and a loving puppeteer. (Musical
romance) (G) 81m. Sat. 12:30 a.m. (VCR)
"Uttle Women" **** (*33) Katharine Hepburn,
Joan Bennett. Jo, Beth, Amy and Meg grow
up in Victorian Concord, Mass. (Drama) 116m.
Wed. 12a.m. (VCR)
"Perfect Harmony" ('91) Peter Scolari, Darren
McGavin. A prep-school choirboy in late-1950s
South Carolina befriends a black teen-ager
versed in the blues. (Drama) 105m. Sun. 4
p.m.; Sat. 7 p.m. (CC)
"Red Riding Hood" * ('87) Craig T. Nelson, Isabella Rossellini. Evil Godfrey eyes his twin's
wife and has his wolfish henchman spy on
Red Riding Hood. (Children) 80m. Sat. 2 p.m.
"Sttk Stocking*" .*** ('57) Fred Astwre, Cyd
Chansse. A Hollywood producer falls in love
with a Russian spy in Paris. (Musical comedy)
117m. Wed. 10 p.m., 4 a.m. (S) (VCR)
"Spaced Invaders" * ('90) Douglas Bare, Royal
Dano. Goofy little green martians land in a sheriff's town on Halloween, thinking there's an invasion. (Comedy) (PG) 101m. Thu. 8 p.m., 2:30
a.m. (CC) (VCR)
"Superman" *** (78) Christopher Reeve,
Gene Hackman. Jor-EI of Krypton sends his
baby to Earth, where he grows up as Clark Kent
and works at the Daily Planet. (Action) (PG)
143m. Sat. 3:30 p.m., 2 a.m. (VCR)
"Sylvester" ** ('85) Melissa Gilbert, Richard
Farnsworth. A spunky Texas girl and an old
Westerner take a rodeo horse to the Olympic
trials in Kentucky. (Drama) (PG) 103m, Tue. 6
"Tarzan in Manhattan" +* ('89) Joe Lara, Kim
Crosby. Tarzan flies to New York, where cabbie Jane and her father help him rescue Cheetah from a madman. (Adventure) 96m. Thu. 10
p.m., 4:15 a.m.
"The Wizard of Oz" ** ('82) Farm girl
Dorothy meets a Tin Man, Scarecrow and
Cowardly Lion. Animated. (Children) 79m. Thu.
6 p.m. (S) (VCR)
"The Abyss" *** ('89) Ed Harris, Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio. Estranged oil-platform workers and a Navy SEAL find pink aliens down
deep. (Science fiction) (PG-13) 140m. Fri. 11:30
a.m. (CC) (VCR)
"Beyond the Stars" * ('89) Martin Sheen, Christian Slater. The son of a former NASA scientist
befriends a fallen astronaut changed for life by
his moonwalk. (Drama) (PG) 88m. Mon, 1 p.m.;
Fri. 5 p.m. (S) (VCR)
"The Big Picture" ** ('89) Kevin Bacon, Emily
Longstreth. A young director rises in Hollywood
amid ruthless people and symbols of bad taste.
(Comedy) (PG-13) 101m. Sun. 5 p.m.; Fri. 8
a.m. (CC) (S) (VCR)
"Blame It on the Night" * ('84) Nick Mancuso,
Byron Thames. His mother's death forces a military cadet to hit the road with the rock-star father he never knew. (Drama) (PG-13) 85m. Tue.
2:30 p.m.; Sat. 9:30 a.m. (S) (VCR)
"The Boy Who Could Fly" ** (86; Lucy
Deakins, Jay Underwood. A teen-ager befriends
an autistic boy who sits on his roof across from
her window, perched as if ready to fly. (Fantasy) (PG) 108m. Thu. 5:30 p.m.; Sat 2:30 p.m.
(CC) (S) (VCR)
"By Dawn's Early Light" ** ('90) Powers
Boothe, Rebecca De Mornay. The threat of
World War III puts B-52 bomber co-pilots on the
leading edge of destruction. (Suspense) 101m.
Sat. 6 p.m. (CC) (S) (VCR)
"Cage" * ('89) Lou Ferrigno, Reb Brown.
Two white hulks face ethnic competition in
steel-cage death fights held in Los Angeles'
Chinatown. (Action) (R) 101m. Wed, 1:20 a.m.
(CC) (S) (VCR)
"China Girl" ** ('87) Richard Panebianco, Sari
. Chang. Teen-age lovers Tony and Tyan-Hwa tip
the balance of power in New York's Little Italy
and Chinatown. (Action) (R) 88m. Thu. 12 a.m.
(S) (VCR)
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"Cobra" * ('86) Sylvester Stallone, Brtgftte
Nielsen. A Los Angeles detective and his partner protect a model from a night slasher and his
neo-fascist army. (Crime drama) (R) 87m. Wed.
9 p.m., 4:45 a.m.; Sat. 8 p.m. (CC) (S) (VCR)
"Dead Solid Perfect" ** ('88) Randy Quaid,
Kathryn Harrold. A wild pro golfer with a fed-up
wife tries to get his life together in time for the
U.S. Open. (Comedy-drama) 93m. Thu. 2 a.m.
"Deadly Cere" * ('87) Cheryl Ladd, Jason Miller.
A surgical nurse cannot hide her alcohol/drug
abuse from her intensive-care-unit colleagues.
(Drama) 92m. Tue. 8 a.m.
"The Expendables" * ('88) Anthony Finetti, Peter Nelson. A commando captain teads misfits
on missions to rescue nurses and capture a Viet
Cong colonel. (Action) (R) 92m, Fri. 2:30 a.m.
"Feet Food" ** ('89) Clark Brandon, Randal Patrick. Collegiate hustlers top a food tycoon by turning a girl $ gas station into a hamburger stand. (Comedy) (PG-13) 92m. Tue. 1
p.m. (CC) (VCR)
"The Front Page" *** (74) Jack Lemmon,
Walter Matthau. The managing editor of a 1920s
Chicago paper stalls his ace reporter with a
story. (Comedy-drama) (PG) 106m. Fri. 2 p.m.
"Gleaming the Cube" ** ('88) Christian Slater,
Steven Bauer. A suburban skateboarder solves
the supposed, suicide of his adopted Vietnamese
brother. (Action) (PG-13) 106m. Mon. 11 a.m.
(CC) (VCR)
"Hollywood Hot Tubs 2" * ('90) Jewel Shepard,
Patrick Day. Valley girl Crystal goes to school
to learn how to take over her mother's hot-tub
business. (Comedy) (R) 100m. Tue. 2:55 a.m.
"I'm Gonna Git You Sucka" *** ('88) Keenen Ivory Wayans, Bernie Casey. A black veteran, his idol and other ghetto good guys battle
a white mobster called Mr. Big. (Comedy) (R)
88m. Sat. 1:10 a.m. (CC) (S) (VCR)
"The Image11 *** ('90) Albert Finney, John Mahoney. A top TV journalist fights with his producer, flirts with his researcher and questions
his ethics. (Comedy-drama) (R) 90m. Fri. 4:35
a.m. (CC) (S) (VCR)
"Immediate Family" ** ('89) Glenn Close,
James Woods. An infertile coupJe and unwed parents see a lawyer about adoption.
(Comedy-drama) (PG-13) 100m. Fri. 9:45 a.m.
"Impulse" **+ ('90) Theresa Russell, Jeff
Fahey. An undercover Hollywood policewoman
goes too far with an assistant district attorney on a drug case. (Suspense) (R) 109m. Sun.
4:40 a.m.; Tue. 11:45 p.m.; Fri. 8 p.m. (CC) (S)
"The Investigation: inside a Terrorist Bombing" ** ('90) John Hurt, Martin Shaw. A British
TV newsman doubts the guilt of six Irishmen imprisoned for life for a 1974 bombing.'
(Docudrama) 98m. Tue. 9.30 a.m. (CC) (S)
"The Iron Triangle" ** (89) Beau Bridges,
Haing S. Ngor. An Army captain forms a bond
with his teen-age Viet Cong captor in 1969.
(War) (R) 90m. Sat. 2:40 a.m. (S) (VCR)
"Joe Versus the Volcano" ** ('90) Tom Hanks,
Meg Ryan, A dying man meets three women on
his way to Polynesia, where a tycoon expects
him to jump into a volcano. (Romance-comedy)
(PG) 102m. Sun. 1:30 p.m., 11:30 p.m:; Wed. 2
p.m., 11:30 p.m.
"Kill Me Again" *** ('89) Val Kilmer, Joanne
Whalley-Kilmer. A Nevada private eye falls for
a deadly flirt who pays htm, with stolen mob
cash, to fake her murder. (Crime drama) (R)
91m. Tue. 4:40 a.m. (S) (VCR)
"Kiss of the Beast" * ('90) Sherilyn Fenn,
Malcolm Jamieson. A cursed castle's mistress
and her friend are ravished by twins, one of
whom turns beastly. (Fantasy) (R) 88m. Fri. 1
a.m. {CO (S) (VCR)
"The Land of Faraway" ** ('87) Nicholas
Pickard, Christopher Lee. Two Swedish boys
fight a fantasy-land Black Knight who has turned
children into birds. (Children) (PG) 95m. Tue. 4
p.m.; Sat. 6:15 a.m. (VCR)