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Film 95 with Barry Norman


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 reviewed this evening include
Forget Paris starring Billy Crystal and Debra Winger. When Crystal takes his dead father back to France, a chance encounterwith an airline executive leads to love.
Funny Bones stars Jerry Lewis , young British comic Lee Evans and Oliver Platt and tells the story of a struggling comedian who returns to
England to track down the origin of the humourthat made hisfathera success.
Also, director Terence Davies and star Gena Rowlands talk about The
Neon Bible, recently screened in competition at Cannes.
And a vintage year is remembered with the films and events of 1955, a year which saw the deaths of James Dean and Carmen Miranda and the births of Kevin Costner and Bruce Willis.
Director Liz Ekberg ; Series producer
BruceThompson Stereo
See Barry Norman : page 68


Unknown: Billy Crystal
Unknown: Debra Winger.
Unknown: Jerry Lewis
Unknown: Lee Evans
Unknown: Oliver Platt
Director: Terence Davies
Unknown: Gena Rowlands
Unknown: James Dean
Unknown: Carmen Miranda
Unknown: Kevin Costner
Unknown: Bruce Willis.
Director: Liz Ekberg
Unknown: Barry Norman

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Film 95 with Barry Norman

BBC One London, 25 September 1995 23.30

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