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April 21, 1985
I agree wholeheartedly with Martha Martin and Thelma Bernard (Viewers' Views, March 31) about the terrible miscasting in "Dynasty." Presenting Rock Hudson and Ali MacGraw as romantic interests is completely absurd. Paul F. Scheffels, Burbank
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November 14, 1993 | STEVE SILK, HARTFORD COURANT
The mysterious Mayan ruins of the Yucatan are among Mexico's most compelling sights, but many visitors to the area are even more eager to see the descendants of the empire builders--the Maya who carry on traditional lifestyles in isolated villages scattered about the peninsula and in the mountains of nearby Chiapas. In Mexico and across the globe, Third World tribal peoples are becoming a compelling lure for First World curiosity seekers.
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NEWS
September 1, 1991
In answer to Len and Mari Johnson, Westchester, in Viewers Views (TV Times, Aug. 18) criticizing "Murphy Brown" (CBS), speak for yourselves. I love her, I love the entire cast. I think it is a great show. Pauline Doane, Escondido
NEWS
July 14, 1991
I wholeheartedly agree with Peter Katsaros' (Viewers' Views, June 23) comments concerning the asinine changes that will be made on ABC's "Gabriel's Fire." This show is perfect. Leave it alone! Not only has almost every program worth watching been canceled, but they also can't resist poking their sticky little fingers where they don't belong. I can't help but envision a darling little group of children in three-piece suits playing grown-ups and making absurd scheduling decisions.
NEWS
March 24, 1991
In reaction to Carol Griffin's letter (Viewers' Views, March 3), I, too, was greatly impressed by the Feb. 12 episode of "thirtysomething." I don't think the writers were necessarily trying to do the "opposite of what is expected." Rather, they were demonstrating how life itself is unpredictable. This show really left me out of breath and with a sick feeling in the pit of my stomach. Kudos to all the actors. Rachel Daly, El Cajon
NEWS
February 3, 1991
Oh, my. "Anything but Love" (ABC, beginning Feb. 6) is being pushed on us again. What with Jamie Lee Curtis' simpering character and Richard Lewis giving a bad imitation of Woody Allen, they give comedy a bad name. This time the producers of the show should glue Lewis' right hand to his head, thereby sparing all of us his neurosis. Donald Sommerfield, Santa Barbara
NEWS
January 27, 1991
I radically disagree with Valentina Verdugo's comments about the "Columbo" television series (Viewers Views, Jan. 6). The characters who commit the murders are never written to be imbecilic--they are always clever, calculating people with a clear goal in mind and often use imaginative means to avoid detection. Also, the series invites the audience to identify with the Columbo character, not to feel superior to him or to his antagonists. Terry Donaghu, Whittier
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