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February 02, 1988|JOHN VOLAND | Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press

Two Southern California notables--the late pop singer Karen Carpenter and industrialist Dr. Armand Hammer--will be the subjects of a made-for-TV movie and a four-hour miniseries given the go-ahead by Weintraub Entertainment Group television executives, the company announced Monday. The Carpenter movie, "A Song For You," is being made in association with CBS, while "Hammer"--a four-hour miniseries that examines the eclectic achievements of the Occidental Petroleum Corp. chairman--is being worked up for NBC.

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