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Turn-ons And Turn-offs In Current Home Entertainment Releases : Tech Flashes

March 17, 1987| Compiled by Terry Atkinson

NEW VIDEO RELEASES: Do not try to adjust your newspaper. We are taking control to tell you that the classic science-fiction TV show "Outer Limits" is out on video. Three shows are available from MGM/UA at $19.95 each. Information: (212) 408-0600. We are now returning control of your paper to you.. . . Ready for some video culture after too many slasher movies? Try "Museum Without Walls," an eight-volume series of eight art documentaries from Kartes. Included (at a bargain price of $14.95 each): "Picasso: War, Peace, Love," "Goya," "The Greek Temple" and "The Cubist Epoch." Particularly outstanding is "Germany--Dada," which is not only about Dada but is itself a dazzling Dadaist experience, made with the cooperation of Hans Richter and Richard Hauelsenbeck. Most programs run approx. 55 minutes. Information: (317) 297-1888.

There's yet another new video way to exercise and have fun at the same time: "The Tap Tape," featuring actress/choreographer Diane Davisson and tap master Georgie Tapps, on Increase, $29.95, (213) 474-1639. . . . Sometime in summer, fans of the legendary rock singer Jim Morrison will be able to see "The Doors: Live at the Hollywood Bowl," a 1968 concert from MCA Home Video--which says this is the only full-length concert by the band to be filmed in color.

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