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March 04, 1990

"Dead Ringers" (HBO, Sunday at 9 p.m.). Stylish horrormeister David Cronenberg's icy masterpiece, in which Jeremy Irons plays brilliant, but disintegrating, twin gynecologists. Not for the squeamish.

"Le Grande Chemin" (Bravo, Monday at 8). Jean-Loup Hubert's acute 1987 autobiographical film starring his own son Antoine as a shy city boy adjusting to an unhappy rural household.

"The Killers" (KTLA, Tuesday at 3:30 a.m.). Don Siegel's terse 1964 version of the Hemingway tale, with Angie Dickinson, John Cassavetes and as the heavy, Ronald Reagan in his final film role.

"Harry in Your Pocket" (KCOP, Wednesday at 10 a.m.). This is a pleasant, offbeat diversion, a slender 1973 tale about pickpockets with a wonderful cast: James Coburn, Walter Pidgeon (who steals the show), Michael Sarrazin and Trish Van Devere.

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