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November 15, 1987|Lee Marguiles

Three of early television's biggest stars--Milton Berle, Sid Caesar and Danny Thomas--are teamed in "Nothing's Impossible," a TV movie for CBS. They play friends who decide they're not too old to go into business for themselves. Also in the cast: Marjorie Lord, who played Thomas' wife on "Make Room for Daddy."

David Birney and Meredith Baxter Birney, husband and wife in real life, play husband and wife in reel life in "The Long Journey Home," a TV movie that CBS has scheduled for Nov. 29. It's a suspense yarn in which the husband, long presumed dead in Vietnam, suddenly reappears in his wife's life, claiming that he is targeted for assassination.

Chuck Norris, star of such films as "Missing in Action," "Forced Vengeance" and "Good Guys Wear Black," will host a special for ABC paying tribute to the late stunt man Dar Robinson. The program, scheduled to air Nov. 30, also will feature appearances by Burt Reynolds, Mel Gibson, Robert Urich, Timothy Hutton, Danny Glover and Cathy Lee Crosby.

Frances Hodgson Burnett's classic children's book, "The Secret Garden," comes to CBS Nov. 30 as a "Hallmark Hall of Fame" presentation. Gennie James plays the girl who is sent to live at an imposing manor where she discovers a secret garden. Also in the cast are Derek Jacobi, Billie Whitelaw, Sir Michael Hordern, Barret Oliver and Jadrien Steele.

Glenn Close, currently starring in the hit film "Fatal Attraction," is making "Stones for Ibarra," a movie for CBS based on a novel by Harriet Doerr. Keith Carradine also stars. They play a married couple who move from San Francisco to a Mexican village in search of their family roots.

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