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Sunday, October 21, 2007

Sunday Night Movie Picks

If you're "sportsed-out" by this evening and can't stand to watch another football or baseball game, here's two fine films to munch popcorn with:

Classic Sports Cable runs the 1974 original version of "The Longest Yard", starring Burt Reynolds, Eddie Albert and Ed Lauter. Directed by the great Robert Aldrich. It airs twice, from 7-9PM and again 9-11PM Central Time.

TCM - Turner Classic Movies - runs the fantastic 1978 film, "Heaven Can Wait", directed and starring Warren Beatty (co-director Buck Henry), with a stellar supporting cast, including: Dyan Cannon, Julie Christie, Buck Henry and late Jack Warden and James Mason. Warden as Max the head football trainer and Mason as Mr. Jordon shine in their respective roles - each turning in magnificent performances. 9-11PM Central Time

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