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Film 92 from LA withBarry Norman


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In the last programme of the current series, Barry Norman travels to Los Angeles to preview the summer in the cinema.
Lethal Weapon 3 stars Mel Gibson and Danny Glover ;
Batman Returns finds
Michael Keaton in the company of Michelle Pfieffer (Catwoman) and Danny DeVito (Penguin); and in Far and Away Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman portray a couple of Irish emigrants fleeing to a new life. Sigourney Weaver reprises her role for Alien 3, and Tom Brook goes behind the scenes at the famous special effects house, Industrial Light and Magic. Plus a look at how the film community is reacting to the recent troubles in LA.
Director Caius Julyan
Producer Bruce Thompson ● STEREO
● BARRY NORMAN : page 48


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Producer: Bruce Thompson
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Film 92 from LA withBarry Norman

BBC One London, 16 June 1992 22.20

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