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Film 96 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 under review in the last of the current series include:
How to Make an American Quilt - Winona Ryder, Anne Bancroft, Ellen Burstyn and Kate Nelligan feature in the story of a group of women at a summer retreat meeting to work and talk about a marriage proposal - and The Juror, a legal drama starring Demi Moore and Alec Baldwin.
The programme also looks ahead to some of this summer's expected blockbuster releases, including: Mission Impossible starring Tom Cruise; Independence Day, a science fiction thriller; adventure film Twister, starring Bill Paxton; Arnold Schwarzenegger's Eraser; Disney's The Hunchback of Notre Dame and Jim Carrey's new comedy The Cable Guy.
Plus, regular film goers give their verdict on the pick of the year's releases.
Director Gina Ottaway ; Series producer Bruce Thompson
The Radio Times Family Video Guide, written by Barry Norman and Emma Norman, is available from booksellers priced £8. 99
See Barry Norman: page 50


Unknown: Anne Bancroft
Unknown: Ellen Burstyn
Unknown: Kate Nelligan
Unknown: Demi Moore
Unknown: Alec Baldwin.
Unknown: Bill Paxton
Unknown: Arnold Schwarzenegger
Unknown: Jim Carrey
Director: Gina Ottaway
Producer: Bruce Thompson
Written By: Barry Norman
Written By: Emma Norman
Unknown: Barry Norma

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Film 96 with Barry Norman

BBC One London, 10 June 1996 23.40

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