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November 26, 1989|Daniel Cerone

CBS dug into its archives to find the 33-year-old "I Love Lucy Christmas Show," starring Lucille Ball, Desi Arnaz, Vivian Vance and William Frawley. The special half-hour Christmas episode of "Lucy" will air Dec. 18.

Kevin Dobson of "Knots Landing" plays a hard-nosed reporter on the trail of a missing network anchorwoman (Julianne Moore) in the CBS movie "Money, Power, Murder," which airs Dec. 10.

Melissa Gilbert has been signed to star in CBS' "China Nights," the true account of an American graduate student who traveled to China in 1979 for a two-year teaching post and fell in love with the Chinese leader of the first student protest for democracy.

In the CBS movie "Fear Stalk," Jill Clayburgh plays a strong-willed soap opera producer hunted down by a psychopath who stole her credit cards and address book. The cast includes Stephen Macht and Sada Thompson.

Robert Conrad plays a stranded carpenter with three teen-agers who survive 24 days on the coast of Alaska in "Almost Too Late," an ABC movie based on a book by Elmo Wortman.

In "Exile," Corey Feldman, Christian Jacobs, Christopher Daniel Barnes, Sarah G. Buxton and Stacy Galina are teen-agers left stranded on a remote island when their plane crashes en route to a school-sponsored semester in Malaysia. The NBC drama will air as part of "The Magical World of Disney."

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