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February 24, 1991 | ERIC LICHTBLAU
"Bang, bang--right in the back of the head." I murmured the line a second ahead of the actor on the TV screen, amazed even as I mouthed the words at what a weird experience this was. It was almost as if I was watching a rerun of a show I had seen countless times, but something was different: This time the characters had changed. Alice in Wonderland meets murderous Orange County psychopath David Brown.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 24, 1991 | ERIC LICHTBLAU
"Bang, bang--right in the back of the head." I murmured the line a second ahead of the actor on the TV screen, amazed even as I mouthed the words at what a weird experience this was. It was almost as if I was watching a rerun of a show I had seen countless times, but something was different: This time the characters had changed. Alice in Wonderland meets murderous Orange County psychopath David Brown.
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February 19, 1991 | ERIC LICHTBLAU, TIMES STAFF WRITER; Eric Lichtblau of The Times' Orange County staff covered the Brown murder case
NBC may have wooed millions of viewers around the country Sunday and Monday nights with its lavish production about Orange County murderer David Arnold Brown and the ultimate dysfunctional family, but some of those most familiar with the tale wanted nothing to do with it. "I couldn't watch it," said Ethel Bailey, the 60-year-old mother of two of the main characters in "Love, Lies and Murder"--the murder victim and the sister who helped kill her.
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February 19, 1991 | ERIC LICHTBLAU, TIMES STAFF WRITER; Eric Lichtblau of The Times' Orange County staff covered the Brown murder case
NBC may have wooed millions of viewers around the country Sunday and Monday nights with its lavish production about Orange County murderer David Arnold Brown and the ultimate dysfunctional family, but some of those most familiar with the tale wanted nothing to do with it. "I couldn't watch it," said Ethel Bailey, the 60-year-old mother of two of the main characters in "Love, Lies and Murder"--the murder victim and the sister who helped kill her.
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