The Cincinnati Enquirer from Cincinnati, Ohio on October 20, 1991 · Page 458
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The Cincinnati Enquirer from Cincinnati, Ohio · Page 458

Cincinnati, Ohio
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Sunday, October 20, 1991
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SATURDAY HIGHLIGHTS Twins or Toronto Blue Jays. From the home field of the American League champion. If Game Six is not necessary, the movie "Red Heat" followed by "P.S.I. Luv U" will air on CBS. (Live) (CC) fQQ3 Cops From Pittsburgh: a canine unit officer makes arrests in a bar; discovery of suspects hiding in a funeral home; a neighborhood drug sweep. (In Stereo) (CC) E) Masters Hall Concert Daisy Newman and Sabrina Berger perform. O Beauty and the Beast On Halloween, Vincent walks freely among the costumed citizens of New York in search of a poetess whose works have touched him. Q Who's the Boss? A relationship develops between Mona and Reed Hamilton (Katherine Helmond, Robert Mandan)when Angela (Judith Light) goes out of town leaving Mona in charge of the agency. With Tony Danza. (In Stereo) (CC) ( On the Waterways The Driftwood explores Lake Superior, North America's largest freshwater lake - a critical transportation link and a watery graveyard. (In Stereo) NASH Opry Backstage Guest host: Porter Wagoner. (In Stereo) 8:30 OEB Torkelsons Dorothy Jane's opportunity to become 7:00 O Best of National Geographic Asiatic lions in India and a South American jaguar attempt to elude hunters. FAM Rin Tin Tin K-9 Cop Hank is temporarily blinded in an explosion. (Re) (In Stereo) (CC) 7:30 G3 Growing Pains Due to bad weather, the Seavers stay home on Halloween and exchange spooky stories. (Part 1 of 2) 03 This Old House Drilling a well at the Concord, Mass., barn site. (CC) CB WKRP in Cincinnati When Herb is called for jury duty, Andy takes over as salesman and Venus becomes program director. ESN College Football Teams to Be Announced. (Live) (CC) NASH Church Street Station .Roger Miller. (In Stereo) AMC Reflections on the Silver Screen: Robert Mitchum The actor discusses his career and life in an interview with Professor Richard Brown from the New School for Social Research. (Re) 8:00 OEB Golden Girls Blanche's date still lives with his mother; Stan wants Dorothy and Sophia to attend therapy with him. (In Stereo) (CC) (30 min.) QQ World Series Baseball Game Six - Atlanta Braves or Pittsburgh Pirates at Minnesota MOVIES AFTERNOON 12:00 fQ Herbie Goes to Monte Carlo 77. Dean Jones, Don Knotts. The "Love Bug" finds love and larceny while in Europe for the Paris-Monte Carlo road rally. 1:00 fQ Halloween 78. Jamie Lee Curtis, Donald Pleasence. John Carpenter's classic chiller about an escaped maniac who returns to his Illinois hometown to continue the violence he began 15 years earlier. Q Victory '81. Sylvester Stallone, Michael Caine. During World War II, Allied POWs see their ticket to freedom in a match between their soccer team and the German National Team in Paris. O The Jazz Singer '80. Neil Diamond, Laurence Olivier. A New York cantor breaks with family tradition and sets out to find success as a pop music star. iiainei onu nis very special canines in order to bait a trap for a slippery gangster. 1:30 fQ Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes '84. Christopher Lambert, Andie MacDowell. An orphaned infant is raised to manhood by African apes in director Hugh Hudson's adaptation of the Edgar Rice Burroughs jungle classic. 2:30 Q3 Hotel Colonial '87. John Savage, Robert Duvall. A young man embarks on a journey of discovery when he heads to Colombia to identify his terrorist brother's body. 3:00 O Halloween With the Addams Family 77. John Astin, Carolyn Jones. While celebrating their annual bash, Gomez and Morticia pay little attention to the three bumbling burglars who have chosen to plunder their home. 03 Santee 73. Glenn Ford, Michael Burns. A father-son relationship develops between a bounty hunter and the son of z man he killed. 4:00 fQ Joe Panther 76. Briar Keith, Ray Tracey. A young Seminole Indian tries to make his way in the white world. 4:30 Q3 Caveman '81. Ringo Starr, Shelley Long. In this spoof, the clownish member of a barely human prehistoric tribe discovers brains and not brawn will be the key to his people's survival. 9:00 Q3 Incident at Dark River '89. Mike Farrell, Tess Harper. A picture-perfect town becomes the center of controversy when a young girl's mysterious illness points to the presence of toxic waste from a nearby factory. 11:30 03 Escape 2000 '83. Mark Gregory, Henry Silva. At the turn of the 21st century, inhabitants of the last American ghetto fight for their lives against ruthless death squads. 12:00 fQ When Time Ran Out '80. Paul Newman, Jacqueline Bisset. A volcanic eruption threatens the lives of hundreds of guests at a newly opened South Seas island resort In Irwin Allen's star-studded disaster epic. Q3 Mrs. Miniver '42. Greer Garson, Walter Pidgeon. Six Oscars, including Best Picture and Director, went to this William Wyler classic about the tensions faced by a family of hard-working Brits in war-torn England. 1:30 Q House of Wax '53. Vincent Price, Phyllis Kirk. A fire-scarred sculptor in turn-of-the-century New England uses horrible methods to restore the marvelous wax creations his crippled hands cannot. 1:00 Q3 The Amazing Dobermans 76. Fred Astaire, James Franciscus. An undercover policeman teams up with a dog Barry k Lydia oiarKe. The FBI is called in when an atomic scientist's son is kidnapped. 4:00 fQ The Manhattan Project '86. John Lithgow, Christopher Collet. A teen-ager becomes suspicious of his mother's new boyfriend when he discovers that plutonium is stored at the pharmaceutical research facility where the man works. 03 The Wraith '86. Charlie Sheen, Nick Cassavetes. A teen-ager killed by an evil gang of punks returns from the dead in a supercharged racecar and begins to eliminate them one by one. 5:00 Q3 The Bad News Bears 76. Walter Matthau, Tatum O'Neal. A whiskey-sipping Little League coach transforms his losing team into pennant contenders by signing up two of the meanest, toughest players around. EVENING 6:00 Q3 Bad Boys '82. Sean . Penn, Ally Sheedy. Sentenced to reform school for the accidental death of a young boy, a sneering hoodlum comes face to face with his victim's vengeful brother. 8:00 Q3 From the Terrace '60. Paul Newman, Joanne Woodward. Based on the novel by John O'Hara. A man's marriage crumbles from neglect as he climbs the ladder of success. 03 Freaky Friday 77. Jodie Foster, Barbara Harris. The world is turned upside down for a mother and daughter who magically switch bodies one fateful day. 2:00 fQ Lucas '86. Corey Haim, Kerri Green. A precocious high-school student befriends the new girl in town, not realizing she doesn't want their friendship to develop into anything more. 3:00 03 Atomic City '52. Gene The Cincinnati Enquirer TV Week, October 20, 1991 47

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