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On The Jazz Newsletter: Volume 3 Issue N°15

Date: April 26, 1997
Author: Nicole Pellegrini
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DATE:   April 26, 1997
ISSUE:  15
VOLUME: 3

Current newsletter + mailing list subscribership: 176
Current newsletter-only subscribership: 299
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Hi everyone!

Welcome back, hope you enjoy all the goodies in this issue. First a gentle administrivia reminder - as we're getting close to the end of the spring semester, it's time to remember to unsubscribe if you're going to be away from your email account for the summer. Please direct all subscription changes to me at [email protected].

That said, on to the good stuff...

NEWS AND ANNOUCEMENTS
A-Team Collectibles Auction Update/
Dirk Benedict No-Show for Chat/
New image files/
A-Team Convention Poll/
Mailing List Update/
Plans Scams and Vans #2 On-Line/
Upcoming 'zines update/
ARTICLE TRANSCRIPT: "Murdock's Just Crazy About His Jacket"
A-TEAM LENDING LIBRARY CURRENT COLLECTION
1997 ROSTER
VCR WATCH
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A-TEAM COLLECTIBLES AUCTION UPDATE: We still have some items up for auction. Here is the remaining list.

AUCTION ITEMS
Remember - a bid must stand unchalleneged for 3 days after posting for the item to be sold. Send your bids to me directly at [email protected]

REMINDER - Please DON'T bid on something unless you are serious about it, and seriously have the money for it. If you end up with the high bid on something and then can't pay up (and in a reasonable amount of time - I'm advising the sellers to give 2 weeks maximum for payment to come in) we will have to start the auction on that item over again, and you will be put on my blacklist of people not to accept bids from in *any* future auctions.
>>>Increase by $1 for any item under $20.
>>>Increase by $2 for any item over $20.

Description/ Starting bid/ Current bid/ Held by

1) A-Team Puffy Stickers - 2 different pages/ $5.00 (3 sets available)/Top 3 bidders will get the items.

For $8.00 each: [email protected], [email protected], 4/21/97 [email protected]

2) A-Team "3-D" waffle weave picture, one scene each direction (left/right)/ $5. (3 avail)/
$5.00 (4/20/97 [email protected]) >>SOLD<<
$5.00 (4/24/97 [email protected]) >>SOLD<<

1 remaining for auction...

3) A-Team Cake Decoration Set - $5.00
Add Napkins, add $2.
Add Tablecloth, add $5. (2 sets avail./mix or match)
$12.00 for complete set/ (4/26/97 [email protected])

4) Set of 4 George Peppard Playbills - 2 from PAPA (one Atlanta, one San Francisco); 2 from LION IN WINTER (one Palm Beach, one [other city-don't have in front of me right now...)/ $15/

5) TRADING CARDS
These are the trading cards left. Start is 0.25 cents each. # of each card available is listed.
31) 1 41) 1 51) 2
12) 2 22) 1 32) 1 42) 1 52) 1
23) 1 33) 2 43) 2 53) 1
4) 2 24) 1 34) 2
5) 1 15) 2
6) 1 26) 1 36) 2
7) 1 47) 2
58) 1
9) 2 29) 2 59) 1
20) 3 30) 2
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DIRK BENEDICT NO-SHOW FOR CHAT: As those of you on the reflector list know, Dirk was scheduled to appeear on-line for a Chat on the Universal website Tuesday night. But, for whatever reason, Dirk never showed up. There is no news yet as to if and when the chat will be rescheduled.
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NEW IMAGE FILES: I've uploaded quite a few very nice A-Team photos on the web site, publicity shots mostly from British magazines from the 80s. They are definitely worth checking out,
http://www.seas.upenn.edu/~pellegri/pictures.html.
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A-TEAM CONVENTION POLL: This is something I'd greatly appreciate your feedback on. A few of us have been debating the feasibility of trying to organize at least a SMALL-scale A-Team convention next summer, to coincide with the movie release. But before we go whole-hog on trying to do this, we need YOUR opinions and input. We need to know if enough people are SERIOUSLY interested in attending and helping out, therefore this poll. If you can "cut and paste" the following questions and your responses to the form below and email them to me, I will tabulate the responses for the next newsletter and we can try to come to some decision ASAP on this matter.

Please note that by a "relaxacon" I mean a small scale, informal-type get-together. I would imagine getting a con suite at a hotel for hanging out, watching videos, having ample munchies all day; perhaps one or two meeting rooms for small panel discussions and perhaps a small dealer's room/collectibles display room; dinner included for Friday and Saturday nights, hopefully one of those nights in conjunction with a group excursion to see the movie; etc. No media guests, most likely, just a bunch of fans hanging out (sort of a 3-day version of the Philly Fests but at a hotel instead of my apartment!)
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CONVENTION SURVEY RESPONSE

1. Would you be interested in attending an A-Team convention?

2. Which of the following possibilities would you be the most likely to attend? (Please rank: 3 = would definitely attend, 2 = might attend, 1 = probably wouldn't attend due to location/interest/etc, 0 = no interest)

- an A-Team "relaxacon" on the East Coast (Philadelphia area)
- an A-Team "relaxacon" on the West Coast (LA area)
- a large-scale A-Team convention, potentially with media guests, in the LA area

3. Would you be able/willing to help with organizing the convention? (This could be anything from publicity, getting flyers out at other cons, POTENTIALLY making arrangements for guests, collecting donations for a charity auction, financial records-keeping, hotel arrangement coordinator, ...) If so, please indicate what you might be most interested/able to help with)

4. Any other comments or suggestions:
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MAILING LIST UPDATE: You'll probably remember a few weeks back talk of us finally getting Listserv capability for this mailing list. Well, since my initial contact with the people running this "free" mailing list service, I have heard nothing from them in weeks. I have no idea if they've just been swamped with too many requests or if it was a scam of some type. In any case, there is currently no progress on that front. Someone here volunteered that they might be able to arrange for Listserv via a friend; I'll certainly entertain all possibilities at this point.
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PLANS SCAMS AND VANS #2 ON-LINE: That's right, I've finally finished putting together the electronic version of one of the back issues of our A-Team fanzine, PLANS SCAMS AND VANS. The format is basically the same as for PSV#3, so the downloading instructions are as follows:

1. The 'zine has been formatted in ADOBE ACROBAT format. To view it, you will need the ADOBE ACROBAT READER. This is a FREE utility program you can pick up off the Adobe homepage at http://www.adobe.com/prodindex/acrobat/readstep.html. Whatever your computer format is, you should not have difficulties finding a suitable Reader.

2. Download the actual 'zine, which is located at http://www.seas.upenn.edu/~pellegri/psv2.pdf This file is quite large (~2.9 MB), but as I scammed some extra disk space, I didn't have to break it into segments and worry about compression-software incompatibilities.

3. This 'zine is SHAREWARE. If you enjoy it, a donation of $2 to cover production costs would be appreciated. (We're still in the red on this one from the print runs, thanks to some crappy agents who have made about $100 worth of zines disappear with no reimbursement). A postcard or letter of comment at the least would be very nice and let us know you appreciated the work that went into the publication. Shareware fees to: Nicole Pellegrini, 2429 Locust Street #315, Philadelphia PA 19103.

4. For more information on the 'zine before you download it, you can check out the flyer at http://www.seas.upenn.edu/~pellegri/issue2.html (and yes, the print version is still available at a cost of $10.50 plus postage.)
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UPCOMING 'ZINES UPDATE: We're still planning on having two new 'zines available by next month sometime - PLANS SCAMS & VANS #4 (all A-Team) and WHATEVER GETS YOU THROUGH THE NIGHT #1 (multi-media adult). Both are in final proofreading and editing stages but still a little while from release. Nevertheless, I am taking advance orders (but NO money yet) so that I get a good idea how big to make the first print run.

After that, the next publication will be DEADLY MANEUVERS - all A-Team, a somewhat more "serious" publication than PSV. Focus will be on hurt/comfort, romance, things that might make it to an "R" rating but nothing explicitly adult. This one I'm aiming to put to print later this summer, but we can still accept submissions for now - I'll set a tentative deadline for JUNE 1, 1997 for this one. PLANS SCAMS AND VANS #5 is already accepting material, and will be open until AUGUST 1, 1997, unless it fills up before then. We're also looking for submissions to several other titles, information on them can be found on our Sockii Press page at http://www.seas.upenn.edu/~pellegri/sockii.html.
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ARTICLE TRANSCRIPT: The following appeared in the official A-Team Fan Club Mewsletter (#1). Nice little piece that had some info I'd never seen before (and since we've been talking about dressing like the team a lot this past week...!)

"Murdock's Just Crazy About His Jacket"

You won't be seeing "Howling Mad" Murdock on the cover of "Gentleman's Quarterly," but nevertheless, he is setting off a fashion trend of his own with the faded leather jacket he wears on "The A-Team."

Patrick Hasburgh, one of the original Writer/Producers of "The A-Team," wanted Murdock to have an article of clothing which made a personal statement and reflected his time spent in Viet Nam. Kent Warner, Wardrobe Supervisor for "The A-Team" and the mastermind behind all the A-Team's costuming, immediately thought of those classic flyer jakets from World War II.

"The idea for the jacket came easily," says Warner. "It was one of those unusual curcumstances where everything was totally right on." Inspired by the Flying Tiger Shipping Company's tiger head, Warner commissioned Pauline Annon to paint a tiget on the back of a used flyer jacket he had purchased from an army surplus store. Warner liked the tiger idea, he says, because it looks like something from the jungles of Viet Nam. It also alludes to the original "Flying Tigers," a group of volunteer American aviators organized in 1937 to fight against the Japanese under Chaing Kai-Shek before the U.S. had officially entered the war.

Schultz "flipped out" when he first saw the jacket, says Warner. "He loved it. I didn't have to change a thing. Dwight is really wonderful to work with and not at all hard to please. Now he wears the jacket so much you can hardly get it off his back.

Because the jacket and Schultz are practically inseparable on the set, costumers have become concerned with the wear and tear on the jacket. Since the original jacket, two copies have been make and Warner predicts more copies will have to be made in the near future. "The leather holds up pretty well," Warner says, "but the color fades." The jackets for the copies were bought new and cost about 40.00 pounds. "We really didn't have to do much to make them look used," says Warner, "but each new jacket has to be hand painted."

Whether or not Murdock's jacket will be seen in the next issue of "Men in Vogue" it certainly is a regular on "The A-Team." "Dwight loves that jacket," says Warner. "The other team members are also ery comfortable with their wardrobes. I think that's what makes the costuming so right."
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A-TEAM LENDING LIBRARY CURRENT COLLECTION

Here is the latest version of the Lending Library Catalog. You'll notice quite an increase in the amount of material since our last posting in the newsletter, thanks to everyone's donations. There is still more material to add - some 'zines yet, lots of fan club newsletters, the annuals, etc etc... so, donations are still appreciated if you'd like to see the collection grow. Your response so far has been amazing!
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HOW THE LIBRARY WORKS:
The library collection catalog is attached below. The collection is constantly growing so to request an updated catalog, email Denise at DDMESSER%[email protected].

Users are allowed to borrow at most 3 'zines at a time. To borrow titles from the library:

1. Email Denise at DDMESSER%[email protected] with your choices.
2. Denise will get back to you to confirm
(a) that the titles you requested are currenly in the library (b) how much postage will cost. Materials will be mailed 2-day Priority Mail.

3. Send Denise
(a) 1 check or money order to cover postage
(b) an SASE for the return of your deposit check
(c) a separate check as a deposit on the materials you are borrowing.

Materials are loaned out for a period of 3 weeks, maximum. Please return the 'zines to Denise as soon as you are finished with them so that other people can enjoy them (and you can borrow more stuff!) Once your borrowed 'zines are returned, your deposit check will be returned - unless you would just like to leave it on hold at the library, a good choice if you intend to be a frequent user. Deposit checks will only be cashed if a 'zine is lost or returned in a damaged state and requires replacement.
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Abbreviations in the catalog:
AT = A-Team
BG = Battlestar Galactica
GEN = "generic" fanzine - no adult material, no age statement required.
MM = Multi-media
NL = Newsletter - generally contains factual information, letters of comment, episode reviews, short stories, etc...
NOV = novel/novella, single story 'zine
ADT = "adult" 'zine (either due to sexual or graphic violence/language content. Age statement required to borrow from library. A photocopy of a driver's licence or other official document (passport) with your age will suffice)
/ = contains "slash" material - same-sex relationships graphically depicted; age statement required.
* = out-of-print title, to our knowledge
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THE A-TEAM LENDING LIBRARY COLLECTION - VERSION 2.5 (April 26, 1997)
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CAT# TITLE DEPOSIT DESCRIPTION PAGES
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3 THE A-FILES 10.00 AT & X-Files, GEN 116
27 A-TEAM COLLECTION 1 12.00 AT, GEN 114
Contents (AT stories from various MM 'zines):
"A Team Effort," "The Enemy of My Enemy," "Birth of a Hero," "Better the Jazz You Know," "Joy Ride," "Strange Beginning," "One Beginning," "Incident in a Tumbleweed Town," "The Beginning."
33 A-TEAM COLLECTION 2 10.00 AT, GEN 90
Contents (AT stories from various sources, MM 'zines):
ALIVE AT FIVE - Complete mini 'zine, also "The Big Bad Wolfe," "The After-Victory Team," "Big Brother," "Forget Me Not, Sucker."
16 THE A-TEAM FILE #1 5.50 *AT, GEN 51
17 THE A-TEAM FILE #2 5.50 *AT, GEN 53
18 THE A-TEAM FILE #3 5.50 *AT, GEN 55
19 THE A-TEAM FILE #4 5.50 *AT, GEN 54
13 ABOUT FACE 5.50 *AT, GEN (Face focus) 55
35 CLOSED FOR REMODELING #1 10.00 *AT, GEN 106
36 CLOSED FOR REMODELING #2 11.00 *AT, GEN 119
37 CLOSED FOR REMODELING #3 10.00 *AT, GEN 94
38 CLOSED FOR REMODELING #4 9.50 *AT, GEN 89
5 DOUBLE HEAT (SCAM) 6.00 *AT, GEN 63
25 FACE COLLECTION 9.00 AT, GEN 73
Contents (AT stories with a Face slant, various MM sources): "Blind Date," "Comrades," "United We Stand," "Double Take," "Cradle Snatcher," "Flashback," "The Good of the One," "In Nam We Trust," "Past Remembered."
15 FACE THE ENEMY 5.50 *AT, BG GEN (Face focus) 51
12 FACE THE MUSIC 6.50 *AT, BG GEN (Face focus) 68
20 FACE TO FACE 5.50 *AT, BG GEN (Face focus) 52
10 FACE VALUE 5.50 *AT, GEN (Face focus) 52
34 HANNIBAL COLLECTION 12.00 AT, GEN 107
Contents (AT stories with a Hannibal slant, various MM sources): "Cave In," "War Hero," "Conspiracy," "The Van," "Them That Asks No Questions," "In Rememberance of Times Past," "Silver Medals and Sweet Memories," "First Combat," "Twice as Much Trouble," "Medallions," "Somethin' Lost," "Lifeline."
21 LEADING A HORSE TO WATER 10.00 AT, /, NOV 95
11 LOSING FACE 5.50 *AT, BG GEN (Face focus) 50
28 MASTERS OF THE JAZZ 10.00 AT, GEN, NOV 91
14 MORE THAN JUST A TEAM 6.00 *AT, GEN 58
26 MURDOCK COLLECTION 9.00 AT, GEN 79
Contents (AT stories with a Murdock slant, various MM sources): "And Snoopy Went Down," "Afterglow," "Comrades," "Diamond Formation," "With a Little Help from my Friends," "The Bats in the Belfry Affair," "Legacy from the Jungles of 'Nam."
8 NEW IN TOWN, SAILOR 9.00 AT unaired script 97
23 ONE WAY OR ANOTHER III 9.00 AT + MM, / 74
45 ONE WAY OR ANOTHER VI 15.00 AT + MM, / 141
39 OPEN FOR BUSINESS 9.00 *AT, ADT 75
22 OUTRAGE 9.00 AT, / 78
1 PLANS SCAMS AND VANS #1 9.00 AT, GEN 78
2 PLANS SCAMS AND VANS #2 12.00 AT, GEN 126
4 PLANS SCAMS AND VANS #3 12.00 AT, GEN 117
9 PLAY IT AGAIN, MURDOCK 11.50 AT unaired script 126
44 PRIVATE DEBRIEFING 9.00 *AT, ADT 82
41 SCAM NEWSLETTERS 21-30 28.00 *AT, NL 306
29 SIDEWINDER 6.00 AT, GEN, NOV 58
30 SLAP IN THE FACE 4.00 *AT GEN NOV digest size 84
24 SLASH COLLECTION 18.00 AT, / 178
Contents (AT unless otherwise indicated):
From ONE WAY OR ANOTHER IV: "Mine Eyes Have Seen the Glory," "Living on Dreams," "Business vs. Pleasure," "Sleeping Partners," "Cat-a-Clysms," "Comrades in Arms," "Under the Spell," "The Wings of the Morning."
From ONE WAY OR ANOTHER V: "Birthday Surprises," "One Night in Saigon," "The Love of Men," "Three Men in a Tub," "Deadly Manoeuvers."
AMARE 4 - Complete mini-zine, 4 stories (AT, BG, Knight Rider, The Reyen)
From UNCHARTED WATERS 3: "Snowbound Paradise"
From A FRISKY TO REMEMBER: "Healing Hands"
7 A SMALL AND DEADLY 4 (SCAM) 6.00 *AT, GEN 63
31 TALES FROM TAT 1 6.00 AT, GEN 56
40 TALES FROM TAT 2 6.00 AT, GEN 65
32 TALES FROM TAT 3 6.00 AT, GEN 63
6 TREBLE BREWING (SCAM) 6.00 *AT, GEN 57
42 ZINE AID 2 6.00 *MM, GEN 57
Contains AT, BG along with other media universes
43 ZINE AID 3 6.00 *MM, GEN 58
Contains AT, BG along with other media universes
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CURRENT LIBRARY BALANCE: -$24.59

LIBRARY SPONSORS
To become a libary sponsor, email [email protected] or snail mail Nicole Pellegrini, 2429 Locust Street #315, Philadelphia PA 19103. This collection is only possible because of the support of our sponsors. If you have a specific title or type of 'zine you'd like to sponsor, please indicate as much. Otherwise the money will be used at our discretion.

The following people have made the Lending Library Collection possible by their donations and support - Cheryl Barthol, Amanda Bogardus, Crystal Cochran, Barbara Coleman, Kathleen Coyle, Diana Ferralli, D. Ferrara, Kassandra Fuller, Jacqueline Giacomo, Bridget Kelly, Michele Martin, Liz Meinert, Donna Rogers, Robin Ryder, Mary Sauers, Marianne Shablousky, Deb Tiny, Pat Weier, Nancy Lynn Wilson.
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1997 ROSTER
<<Because of privacy reasons the A-team roster is removed from this >>
<<public version of the On The Jazz newsletter >>
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VCR WATCH:
All times Eastern Standard.
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08:00pm Sat Apr-26
FX ..... A-TEAM ............................... 8-9pm ...... Ser/Dram "Water, Water Everywhere". A greedy developer attempts to stop disabled veterans (Jim Knaub, Jon L. Feather, R. David Smith) from renovating a desert town. CC.
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04:00pm Mon Apr-28 FX ..... A-TEAM ............................... 4-5pm ...... Ser/Dram "Bullets and Bikinis". A mobster (Vincent Baggetta) pressures two sisters to sell their Miami Beach hotel. CC.
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04:00pm Tue Apr-29
FX ..... A-TEAM ............................... 4-5pm ...... Ser/Dram "Fire!". The team helps a fire chief (Stepfanie Kramer) save her one-truck company from takeover by a larger operation. CC.
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08:00pm Tue Apr-29
FX ..... A-TEAM ............................... 8-9pm ...... Ser/Dram "Steel". A struggling contractor's (Norman Alden) warehouse-demolition site is sabotaged by a mob-hired competitor. CC.
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04:00pm Wed Apr-30
FX ..... A-TEAM ............................... 4-5pm ...... Ser/Dram "Timber!". The team helps brother-and-sister lumberjacks thwart a crooked union boss intent on driving them out of business. CC.
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08:00pm Wed Apr-30
FX ..... A-TEAM ............................... 8-9pm ...... Ser/Dram "The White Ballot". Face runs for sheriff of a small New Mexico town to oust a corrupt lawman (Clifton James). CC.
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04:00pm Thu May-01
FX ..... A-TEAM ............................... 4-5pm ...... Ser/Dram "Double Heat". The team interrupts a war between crime syndicates to rescue a government witness's (Dana Elcar) daughter (Leah Ayres). CC.
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08:00pm Thu May-01
FX ..... A-TEAM ............................... 8-9pm ...... Ser/Dram "The Maltese Cow". The team foils both an international dope deal and extortionists preying on a Chinese restaurateur (Keye Luke). CC.
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GEORGE PEPPARD:
01:00am Sun Apr-27
TCM .... HOW THE WEST WAS WON (1963) *** (G) .. 1-4am ...... Movi/West Three generations of a family go west through a buffalo stampede, the Civil War and a train robbery. With: Spencer Tracy, Carroll Baker, Lee J. Cobb, Henry Fonda, Carolyn Jones, Karl Malden, Gregory Peck, George Peppard, Robert Preston, Debbie Reynolds. G
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06:30am Sun Apr-27
MAX2 ... THE BLUE MAX (1966) *** (NR) ......... 6:15-9am ... Movi/War A lowborn World War I German ace covets a medal of honor and his highborn commander's wife. With: George Peppard, James Mason, Ursula Andress, Jeremy Kemp, Carl Schell, Karl Michael Vogler, Loni von Friedl, Anton Diffring, Peter Woodthorpe, Harry Towb. Stereo. NR: Adult Situations, Violence
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09:30am Tue Apr-29
03:30pm Tue Apr-29
A+E .... BANACEK .............................. 9:30-11am .. Ser/Crim "Project Phoenix". A company resists seeking an automobile prototype lost while being shipped by rail; with William Windom, Bert Convy, Joanna Pettet, Percy Rodriguez.
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LANCE LEGAULT:
02:30pm Sun Apr-27
MAX2 ... THE SILENCERS (1995) ** (R) .......... 2:15-4pm ... Movi/Scif A Secret Service agent joins forces with an intergalactic peace officer to thwart an alien plot to conquer Earth. With: Jack Scalia, Dennis Christopher, Clarence Williams III, Carlos Lauchu, Lucinda Weist, Stephen Rowe, Lance LeGault, Madison Mason. Stereo. R: Language, Violence
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ROBERT VAUGHN
09:30am Mon Apr-28
ENCR ... THE YOUNG PHILADELPHIANS (1959) *** (N 9:15-11:45am Movi/Dram An ambitious lawyer's claim to a prominent family name is open to the glare of a murder trial. With: Paul Newman, Barbara Rush, Alexis Smith, Brian Keith, Diane Brewster, Billie Burke, John Williams, Robert Vaughn, Otto Kruger, Paul Picerni. NR
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02:00pm Mon Apr-28
ENC+ ... PRINCE OF BEL AIR (1986) ** (R) ...... 2-3:40pm ... Movi/Dram A California-playboy pool cleaner meets a rich client's niece who resists his charm. With: Mark Harmon, Kirstie Alley, Robert Vaughn, Patrick Laborteaux, Bart Braverman, Deborah Harmon, Katherine Moffat, Michael Horton. R: Adult Situations
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That's all (whew!) for this time....everyone stay on the jazz!

sockii, aka nicole (http://www.seas.upenn.edu/~pellegri/)
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Hannibal: "What took you so long?" Murdock: "Ever stand in line at the Post Office?"

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