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Movies to Tape

July 31, 1994|Kevin Thomas

Mr. Rock and Roll (AMC Wednesday at 3 a.m.), a dramatized 1957 account of how deejay Alan Freed discovered rock 'n' roll, features a roster of '50s rockers.

The Big Street (AMC Saturday at 8 p.m.) is a potent 1942 teaming of Lucille Ball as a flashy, golddigging Manhattan night club singer, and Henry Fonda as a bus boy who worships her from afar. Based on a Damon Runyon story.

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