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January 20, 2004 | From Associated Press
Actor Scott Bairstow was sentenced to four months in jail for an attack involving a 12-year-old girl. Bairstow originally was charged with second-degree child rape but entered a modified guilty plea last month to a reduced charge of second-degree assault. Bairstow, who has been in the Snohomish County Jail in Everett, Wash., since Dec. 5, could be freed in 37 days with credit for time served and good behavior, authorities said.
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January 20, 2004 | From Associated Press
Actor Scott Bairstow was sentenced to four months in jail for an attack involving a 12-year-old girl. Bairstow originally was charged with second-degree child rape but entered a modified guilty plea last month to a reduced charge of second-degree assault. Bairstow, who has been in the Snohomish County Jail in Everett, Wash., since Dec. 5, could be freed in 37 days with credit for time served and good behavior, authorities said.
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April 15, 1994 | KEVIN THOMAS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Although it is difficult to imagine anyone over the age of 10 getting caught up in "White Fang 2: Myth of the White Wolf," it just might connect with fifth and sixth graders. Parents would do well to consider dropping off their children at the theater and picking them up later rather than submit themselves to this less-than-riveting sequel of the 1991 success.
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"Wild America" is a delightfully far-fetched family adventure inspired by the real-life exploits of three teenage Arkansas brothers during the summer of 1967. Credibility is stretched at every turn, but that adds rather than detracts from the fun because, even if everything didn't quite happen in real life as this movie depicts it, it should have. Buoyed by solid acting, characterization and direction, this Warner Bros. plays like a fantasy adventure.
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March 9, 2000
* Last week's Top 5 VHS rentals: "Double Jeopardy," "Blue Streak," "The Story of Us," "Runaway Bride" and "Stir of Echoes." * Last week's Top 5 DVD rentals: "Double Jeopardy," "Blue Streak," "The Story of Us," "Runaway Bride" and "The Astronaut's Wife." * Last week's Top 5 VHS sellers: "Tarzan," "Pokemon: Totally Togepi," "American Tale: Treasure of Manhattan Island," "Pokemon: Charizard" and "October Sky."
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April 10, 2002 | JOSH FRIEDMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
"Wolf Lake" is a creature that won't die, not quietly anyway. The quirky werewolf tale, which underwent a metamorphosis at the hands of CBS before its brief run last fall, has resurfaced on UPN, which airs the first of six new episodes at 9 tonight (along with a quick recap of the earlier shows). Officially, the latest cross-channel maneuver by Viacom, parent of both networks, provides prime-time filler for the next few weeks.
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October 7, 1999 | SUSAN KING, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The fall season keeps unfolding this weekend with, among other things, new shows from Chris Carter and Julia Child. Fox's "Harsh Realm," Friday at 9 p.m., is the latest series from "X-Files" creator Carter. Scott Bairstow stars as a soldier who is recruited to play a virtual reality game from which there is no escape. Child, meanwhile, teams with fellow chef Jacques Pepin to offer new recipes on "Julia and Jacques Cooking at Home," Saturday at 11 a.m. on KCET-TV.
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May 15, 1993 | RAY LOYND
"There Was a Little Boy" (at 9 p.m. Sunday on CBS, Channels 2 and 8) reconfirms the comparative freshness of the well-plotted, fictional network movie--a story, that is, of the imagination as opposed to the dramatization of news clippings. The script by Wesley Bishop, based on the novel by Claire R. Jacobs, at first echoes the Lindbergh kidnaping case, then shifts to a surly teen-age protagonist who looks like a character out of S.E.
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September 30, 1994 | CHRIS WILLMAN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Don't get confused, cowhands: There's yet another network miniseries sequel to "Lonesome Dove" in the works (this time based on Larry McMurtry's own novel sequel, "Streets of Laredo"), centering around Capt. Woodrow Call and company. But the syndicated show that premieres tonight under the "Lonesome Dove" name is an entirely distinct maxi -series sequel, featuring only one holdover character, Call's twentysomething son, Newt.
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"Road to Perdition" Tom Hanks, Paul Newman DreamWorks, $27 Although this melancholy period drama failed to receive Academy Award nominations for best film or director, it's definitely worth catching. Tom Hanks gives one of his strongest performances as a taciturn hit man for the Irish American mob in Chicago, circa 1930s. Paul Newman, who did receive an Oscar nomination for supporting actor, also excels as the head of the mob and Hanks' surrogate father.
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