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Film 97 with Barry Norman

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
Films under review include Woody Allen 's first musical Everyone
Says I Love You, starring
Goldie Hawn , Julia Roberts and Alan Alda , Metro featuring Eddie Murphy as a hostage negotiator, and the film version of the TV series The Saint, with Val Kilmer in the title role. Tom
Brook meets Harrison Ford , Brad Pitt and Alan Pakula , stars and director of The Devil's Own.
Director David Robertson
Producer Bruce Thompson
Repeated next Saturday on BBC2
# See Barry Norman : page 66

Contributors

Unknown: Woody Allen
Unknown: Goldie Hawn
Unknown: Julia Roberts
Unknown: Alan Alda
Unknown: Eddie Murphy
Unknown: Val Kilmer
Unknown: Harrison Ford
Unknown: Brad Pitt
Unknown: Alan Pakula
Director: David Robertson
Producer: Bruce Thompson
Unknown: Barry Norman

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Film 97 with Barry Norman

BBC One London, 14 April 1997 23.20






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