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Movies to Tape

February 12, 1989

Raven's End (Bravo Sunday at 11 p.m.): Superb 1964 Swedish film directed by Bo Widerberg and starring Thommy Berggren, later to star in the director's "Elvira Madigan," as a young man struggling to break free of a blue-collar existence. (2:00)

The Big Clock (Channel 5 Monday at 1:30 a.m.): Taut, witty 1948 thriller involving an innocent man (Ray Milland) trying to avoid becoming a prime suspect in a murder while pursuing the actual killer. Charles Laughton is memorable as a megalomaniacal publisher. John Farrow directed from Jonathan Latimer's adaptation of the Kenneth Fearing novel, which recently was reworked (extensively) as "No Way Out." (2:00)

Odd Man Out (Z Sun., Feb. 19 at 1:30 a.m.): Classic Carol Reed thriller with an unforgettable James Mason as an Irish rebel on the run. (2:00)

Breezy (Channel 13 Sun., Feb. 19 at 2 a.m.): Clint Eastwood's poignant, offbeat 1973 love story, told with rare delicacy, and starring William Holden as a 50-plus realtor who falls in love with a beautiful 17-year-old (Kay Lenz, in her terrific debut). (2:00)

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