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Movies to Tape

January 28, 1990

The Eagle (Channel 28 Sunday at 1 p.m.): Clarence Brown's 1925 romantic silent, with Rudolph Valentino pursuing Vilma Banky while trying to evade the advances of his Czarina (Louise Dresser). (1:30)

The Lost Weekend (Channel 5 Tuesday at 3:30 a.m.): Billy Wilder's compassionate but unflinching study of an alcoholic, played by an Oscar-winning Ray Milland. (2:00)

Sunday, Bloody Sunday (A&E Wednesday at 1 p.m.): John Schlesinger's wonderfully urbane 1971 study of two sophisticated Britons (Peter Finch, Glenda Jackson) having an affair with the same man (Murray Head). (2:30)

The Cars That Eat People (Channel 7 next Sunday at 3 a.m.): A rare opportunity to record Peter Weir's 1974 darkly humorous feature film debut, which draws upon that old horror-suspense device wherein a stranger arrives in a small rural village, only to find he cannot leave because of some monstrous, secret goings-on. (1:40)

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