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June 10, 1990

Lumiere (TNT Sunday at 7 p.m.): This 1976 film marked Jeanne Moreau's dazzling debut as a writer-director. The drama focuses on a crucial year in the lives of four actress friends (Lucia Bose, Francine Racette, Caroline Cartier and Moreau herself). (2:15)

The Third Man (Disney Tuesday at 9 p.m.) is a witty, stylish, vastly entertaining Carol Reed-Graham Greene 1949 film noir set in postwar Vienna. Joseph Cotten, left, stars as a brash, naive American writer of Western novels ensnared in danger and intrigue. Orson Welles, right, co-stars, of course, as the slippery Harry Lime. (2:00)

The Gypsy Moths (TNT Wednesday at 5 p.m.): John Frankenheimer's sensitive 1969 film stars Burt Lancaster, Gene Hackman and Scott Wilson as barnstorming skydivers who stir up a small Kansas town over a lazy Fourth of July weekend. With Deborah Kerr. (2:25)

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