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December 25, 1990 | GRETA BEIGEL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Call it a hunch gone awry. When Robert Dalrymple journeyed to Moscow in late June with a crew of 12 to videotape the International Tchaikovsky Competition for PBS, the producer opted to cover the piano and violin finals and to ignore the vocal and cello contests.
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December 25, 1990 | GRETA BEIGEL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Call it a hunch gone awry. When Robert Dalrymple journeyed to Moscow in late June with a crew of 12 to videotape the International Tchaikovsky Competition for PBS, the producer opted to cover the piano and violin finals and to ignore the vocal and cello contests.
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December 3, 1986 | CLARKE TAYLOR
The public-television documentary about "The VIII International Tchaikovsky Competition," held every four years in Moscow, offers American audiences a broad exposure to what has been called "the Olympics of classical music." The 90-minute program, filmed at the competition held last June, is scheduled for broadcast tonight on public television stations around the country, including KCET Channel 28 in Los Angeles, which co-produced the documentary with producer Robert Dalrymple.
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November 19, 1989 | PATRICK GOLDSTEIN
Graham Nash has done it all--he's been everything from a pop superstar to a political activist to David Crosby's baby-sitter. But a TV talk-show host? Nash makes his debut Dec. 17 on the Arts & Entertainment cable network (A&E), where the politically active pop star will host a planned series of one-hour programs tentatively titled "The Ring."
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October 28, 1990 | GRETA BEIGEL
The story of Soviet violinist Viktoria Mullova and her conductor boyfriend's defection back in the summer of 1983 reads like a thriller. The young couple's daring dash for freedom--and their subsequent parting of the ways--is the stuff movies are made of. But Mullova herself reflected recently that "it didn't take courage to leave. You have to have more courage to stay there." Now 30 and living in Vienna, Mullova harbors no rancor or frustration about her struggle for liberation.
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February 26, 1994 | BOB POOL
Hey, Tom Colbert: Check out this story! It's got everything you look for in a newspaper article: Romance, drugs, violence, country music-singing Siamese twins. Babies, dogs, the Ku Klux Klan. The makings of a dynamite tabloid TV piece could be hidden here. Maybe even a best-selling book or a movie of the week. Who knows? If anybody knows, it's Colbert. He spends his days searching the country for small-town stories that can be turned into big-time films and television show segments.
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July 10, 2002 | DAVE McKIBBEN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
This time, the boat and its crew made it back to the mainland in one piece. A year ago, high seas disabled the Bonaire, a 66-foot fiberglass ketch, forcing a crew of Orange Coast College students and professional sailors to abandon the boat in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. But this year, the seas were much calmer and the 65-foot Alaska Eagle was much sturdier.
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May 6, 2012 | By Mark Olsen
A polite comedy about a potentially rude subject,"Hysteria"takes its title from the medical condition diagnosed to women in Victorian England for any number of unrelated symptoms. As a treatment, doctors would stimulate a woman to orgasm, referred to as "manual massage to paroxysm," leading one beleaguered physician, essentially as a labor-saving device, to invent the vibrator. In the film, which opens in Los Angeles on May 18, the progressive young doctor Mortimer Granville (Hugh Dancy)
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