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Treats for the Stay-at-Home Film Fan; Moyers Re-Examines Plight of the Poor

June 24, 1989|STEVE WEINSTEIN

If you like movies without the hassles of your neighborhood video store, there are a few treats on tap this weekend.

Barbra Streisand sings and dances in the 1969 musical "Hello, Dolly!" at 10 tonight on Channel 9. If you're looking for something meatier, Ingmar Bergman's "Wild Strawberries" is screening at 10 p.m. on Channel 28.

The Sunday fare includes Roger Moore starring in his first James Bond movie, "Live and Let Die," 8:30 p.m. (7)(3)(10)(42), while NBC will carry a new TV movie, "The Gifted One," at 9 p.m. (4)(36)(39). Pete Kowanko is a man with telepathic powers who goes in search of his natural mother.

Also Sunday, Channel 28 will rebroadcast a 1982 Bill Moyers documentary called "People Like Us" at 10 p.m. This report examines the plight of the nation's poor and disabled and how they are affected by cuts in social spending.

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