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Safety Last (Z Sunday at 10:30 a.m.): This is the dazzling...

May 07, 1989

Safety Last (Z Sunday at 10:30 a.m.): This is the dazzling 1923 Harold Lloyd silent comedy classic, which finds Lloyd climbing a downtown L.A. office building. (1:30)

Pygmalion (Z Sunday at noon): The lively 1938 film of the Shaw play, with Wendy Hiller as Eliza Doolittle and Leslie Howard as Henry Higgins; Howard co-directed with Anthony Asquith. (1:35)

Closely Watched Trains (Z Sunday at 2 p.m.): Jiri Menzel's 1966 Oscar winner, a wry, gentle coming-of-age film set in a small railway station near Prague during World War II. (1:30)

Rockabye (AMC Sunday at 4:30 p.m.): This is one for film buffs: a rare, early (1933) George Cukor film starring Constance Bennett. (1:30)

Autumn Sonata (Channel 11 Wednesday at 3 a.m.): The elegiac Ingmar Bergman film starring Ingrid Bergman as a glamorous concert pianist and Liv Ullmann as her mousy, resentful daughter. (2:00)

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