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Movies to Tape

October 02, 1988

Autumn Sonata (Channel 11 Wednesday at 3 a.m.): Ingrid Bergman returned to her native Sweden in this superb Ingmar Bergman film about a glamorous concert pianist coming to terms with her daughter (Liv Ullmann). (2:00)

She Done Him Wrong (Channel 5 Wednesday at 4 a.m.): This is the film version of "Diamond Lil" in which Mae West made her famous invitation to Salvation Army captain Cary Grant--and helped save Paramount during the Depression. (1:30)

Gold Diggers of 1933 (Channel 5 Friday at 1:30 a.m.): The classic Warners Depression musical, directed by Mervyn LeRoy and choreographed by Busby Berkeley. Dick Powell, Joan Blondell and Ginger Rogers star. (2:00)

Tokyo Story (Z Friday at 9 a.m.): Probably Yasujiro Ozu's greatest film, a subtle yet devastating account of an elderly couple who visit their grown children in Tokyo who are not as successful as they had believed and who haven't much time for them. (2:14)

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