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LOS ANGELES TIMES WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1999 Fl3oc TODAY ON TV Prime-Time TV Rankings : 'Millionaire' Hits the Jackpot ABC's "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" ended its two-week summer run in spectacular fash- ion, with five of its six telecasts ranking among the ! week's Top 10 shows, based on ratings estimates ; issued Tuesday by Nielsen Media Research. Viewing of the quiz show peaked Sunday, even against a preseason NFL football game on Fox. Overall, ABC's audience soared more than 20 compared to the corresponding week a year ago, demonstrating how "Millionaire?" recruited ; viewers during a traditionally dead period for the ; networks. On Thursday, for example, the show National Nielsen Vlewershlp more than doubled the audience of the ABC program preceding it, "Whose Line Is It Anyway?," as well as its time-slot competition on NBC, "Jesse." UPN got a jump on the new TV season by pre-miering some of its shows against other networks' reruns. The network dramatically improved its Thursday ratings with "WWF Smackdown!" but didn't pin down as many viewers as wrestling drew earlier last week on USA. HBO, meanwhile, scored huge numbers by its standards with its 90-minute live Cher concert from Vegas Sunday, trailing only cable wrestling. BRIAN LOWRY Here are the rankings for national prime-time network television last week (Aug. 23-29) as compiled by Nielsen Media Research. They - are based on the average number of people who watched a program from start to finish. Nielsen estimates that there are 256.6 million " potential U.S. viewers age 2 and older. Viewership is listed here in millions. Net- VW Program work en ' 1. Millionaire (Sun.) ABC 22.41 I 2. Millionaire (Thur.) ABC 16.76 3. Millionaire (Tue.) ABC 16.30 " 4. Millionaire (Fri.) ABC 15.27 - 5. 60 Minutes CBS 15.26 " 6. Millionaire? (Wed.) ABC 15.20 7. Touched by an Angel CBS 13.22 8. "NR Football" ABC 13.12 I 9. Dateline: NBC (Mon.) NBC 12.98 ; 10. Will & Grace NBC 12.27 11. "Ellen Foster CBS 11.95 ' 12. "Best Commercials Never Seen" ABC 11.59 ' 13. Frasier NBC 11.41 14. "Die Hard 3" FOX 11.37 15. m Football" FOX 11.36 16. DharmaSGmg ABC 11.32 ' 17. Friends NBC 11.20 18. The Practice ABC 11.06 19. "Miss Teen USA" CBS 10.84 20. Millionaire? (Sat) ABC 10.82 ER NBC 10.82 22. The Drew Carey Show ABC 10.78 23. Dateline: NBC (Tue.) NBC 10.76 24. "Something to Talk About" CBS 10.75 25. "Preseason Showcase" ABC 10.74 26. Everybody loves Raymond CBS 10.66 27. Willt Grace (9 p.m.) NBC 10.41 28. Frasier NBC 10.38 29. Becker CBS 10.35 30. 2020 (Frl) ABC 10.10 31. 2020 (Wed.) ABC 9.55 Sabrina, Teenage Witch . ABC 9.55 33. Dateline: NBC (Frl. 10 p.m.) NBC 9.21 34. Dateline: NBC (Frl.) NBC 9.19 "World's Most Shocking 3" FOX 9.19 36. Home Improvement ABC 9.10 37. King of Queens CBS 9.06 38. Law t Order (Mon.) NBC 9.03 39. law & Order NBC 8.99 40. Boy Meets World ABC 8.83 41. Spin City ABC 8.77 Dateline: NBC (Wed.) NBC 8.77 43. JAG CBS 8.73 44. "Cruel Justice" NBC 8.54 45. Two Guys, Girl, Pizza ABC 8.53 46. Two Guys, Girl, Pizza (9:30) ABC 8.40 47. Just Shoot Me NBC 8.27 48. Whose Line Is It Anyway? ABC 8.20 Walker, Tens Ranger CBS 8.20 50. Jesse NBC 8.02 51. Nash Bridges CBS 8.00 52. You Asked for It NBC 7.98 53. "Major Payne" ABC 7.96 54. Thanks CBS 7.93 55. NlghtJIne In Pnmetime ABC 7.92 56. Cops 2 FOX 7.77 Nat- V law-Program work an 57. Wonderful World ol Disney ABC 7.75 58. 3rd Rock From the Sun ABC 7.64 59. 48 Hours (Mon.) CBS 7.59 60. World's Most Amazing Videos NBC 7 .58 61. NVPOBlue ABC 7.54 62. "Surviving the Moment. . ." FOX 7.46 63. AHy McBeal FOX 7.41 64. "Nobody's Foor NBC 7.16 65. America's Most Wanted FOX 7.10 66. Cosby CBS 7.07 67. "NFL Preseason" CBS 6.81 68. Cops FOX 6.75 69. Providence NBC 6.65 70. Martial Law CBS 6.51 71. wwFSmackdownl UPN 6.21 72. Guinness World Records FOX 6.11 73. That '70s Show 2 FOX 6.03 74. Fox Files FOX 5.77 75. Veronica's Closet NBC 5.67 76. "U.S. Gymnastics ..." (Sun.) NBC 5.66 77. That '70s Show FOX 5.54 78. "Television Influences" CBS 5.45 79. Early Edition CBS 5.04 80. World's Funniest FOX 4.88 81. America's Funniest Videos ABC 4.87 King of the Hill FOX 4.87 83. Suddenly Susan NBC 4.72 84. GrownUps UPN 4.43 85. Moesha UPN 3.96 86. Malcolm a Eddie (Mon.) UPN 3.94 87. The Steve Harvey Show WB 3.91 88. "U.S. Gymnastics . . ."(Sat) NBC 3.70 89. KlngoftheHIII(7p.m.) FOX 3.67 Moesha (Mon.) UPN 3.67 91. Charmed WB 3.62 92. MAD TV Pnmetime FOX 3.44 93. Sister, Sister WB 3.42 94. The Jamie Fon Show WB 3.33 95. The Steve Harvey Show WB 3.25 96. For Vour Love WB 3.24 Smart Guy WB 3.24 98. Dawson's Creek WB 3.13 99. Grown Ups (repeat) UPN 3.04 100. Star Trek: Voyager UPN 3.01 101. The Wayans Bros. WB 2.94 102. Clueless UPN 2.83 103. Buffy. the Slayer WB 2.77 104. Unhappily Ever After WB 2.53 105. Between Brothers UPN 2.42 106. Mo Stars WB 2.29 107. Clueless (9:30) UPN . 2.16 108. 7 Days UPN 2.12 109. Felicity WB 1.88 110. Rescue 77 WB 1.86 111. Katie Joplin WB 1.49 112. 'TneCyoer-Stalking' UPN 1.44 Nat- View-Program work am by total viewers (in millions). Nat- Wew- Piagtaaj work an 1. Wrestling (Mon. 10 p.m.) USA 6.63 2. Wrestling (Mon. 9 p.m.) USA 6.60 3. Cher Live HBO 6.03 4. Wresting (Sun. 7 p.m.) USA 4.64 5. Wrestling (Mon. 8 p.m.) TNT 4.06 6. Set and the CHy HBO 3.88 7. Braves vs. Cardinals ESPN 3.57 8. Oz HBO 3.44 9. Ever After HBO 3.42 10. Wrestling (Mon. 10 p.m.) TNT 3.34 Network Averages Here is the number of viewers that each network averaged per hour of prime time, for last week and for the season. Mk to data ABC 10.72 million 10.76 CBS 9.05 11.93 NBC 8.53 11.53 FOX 7.99 9.47 WB 2.81 4.09 UPN 3.36 2.59 Southland Viewing Here are Nielsen's Top 10 prime-time programs in the Los Angeles area during the same week. The rankings are based on the number of households watching. Cable Top 10 Here are Nielsen's Top 10 cable programs in prime time last week, also ranked Sta- Haaac Pragrata tfaa holds 1. Millionaire KABC 749,725 2. Millionaire KABC 734,319 Millionaire KABC 734,319 4. Willi Grace KNBC 698,374 5. Millionaire KABC 590,537 6. Friends KNBC 569,996 7. "Best Commercials Never Seen" KABC 564,861 8. Will 4 Grace (9 p.m.) KNBC 528,915 9. Frasier KNBC 482,699 10. "Die Hard 3" KTTV 477,564 Rosenberg Continued from Fl diet, for example. Yes, him again. ; Rejecting his crime-of-passion manslaughter defense, and echoing a previous criminal guilty verdict reversed for procedural error, a jury in Pontiac, Mich., convicted Schmitz of murdering Scott Ame-dure, the man who had revealed his sexual fantasies about him during a 1995 taping of a never-aired "Same-Sex Secret Crushes" episode of Jenny Jones' syndicated daytime series. I Saying he was heterosexual, Schmitz claimed to have slain Amedure three days later because of being humiliated by the gay man's public lusting for him during the segment. As if on some level that would excuse shotgun-ning Amedure. Schmitz could get life in prison, and here's hoping he gets the clobbering he's earned at his Sept. 14 sentencing. ; Yet his guilty verdict in no way takes Jones and her show off the hook as catalyst for this tragedy. They planned and proceeded with the segment unaware of Schmitz's history of severe mental problemssuch talk shows hardly can probe their guest hordes' backgroundsin effect playing Russian roulette with the lives of a potential triggerman and the man who became his victim. ; With that in mind, a civil jury last May ordered the producers of the Jones show to pay Amedure's family $25 million in damages for being negligent in his death. Even if that verdict is reversed, as some legal experts predict, the ethical case against "The Jenny Jones Show" will never be budged. The Constitution's 1st Amendment correctly protects media under a broad canopy of steel. The reasoning is that democracy is messy, and that unfettered media that sometimes misbehave and act irresponsibly as ours surely do-are preferable to rigidly censored media that are orderly and pliant on behalf of authoritarianism. Cased closed. Yet. ... Affirming legal can be lethal, the Jones show violated no laws in the Schmitz-Amedure matter, but acted in a morally corrupt manner by pairing them carelessly for no purpose other than to create a burlesque tickle for its viewers. The Jones show did it, too, because it could do it. Ideals are not always compatible with laws, which sometimes codify the most minimally tolerable behaviors. In other words, just because media can do something legally does not always entitle them to do it ethically. They can be legal and still smell up the place. And getting back to Shatner, what better example than those newscast-run 911 calls, his being just the most prominent recently of a myriad that should not have aired. Only last week, some Los Angeles stations felt it necessary to run the 911 call made by actor-comic Martin Lawrence's despairing girlfriend following his collapse and near death in Ventura County after jogging in the blazing midday sun. Again, there was no journalistic reason for its appearance in a newscast, just as there rarely is for 911 calls made by ordinary citizens that are aired in far greater number, nearly always for one reason: Their panic ambience creates a sense of electricity and excitement. "We were reluctant to release the Shatner tape, but on advice from the Los Angeles city attorney and the LAPD, we did it," Ar-buthnott said. The LAPD, which responds to 91 1 calls such as those not requir ing paramedics, releases the tapes only "if it doesn't jeopardize the investigation, if there are no confidentiality issues and it doesn't jeopardize or hinder the prosecution of a case that's developing," said department spokeswoman Lt. SharynBuck. Not that authorities and the media always see such things through the same eyes. And there are times, of course, when running 911 calls is merited at some point because, other factors notwithstanding, their news value eclipses personal privacy issues. That happened with chaotic 911 tapes emanating from last month's North Valley Jewish Community Center shootings, in which callers differed about the race of the gunman, in which LAPD initially was reluctant to release to the media. And also with the emergency call Nicole Brown Simpson made concerning her ex-husband, O.J. Simpson, that nourished the scenario that he was violent and killed her. As for Shatner, the fire department "advised" him as "just a courtesy" that it was going to release the 911 tape, Arbuthnott said. It would be nice if nonceleb-rities were extended the same courtesy. "We felt there was nothing newsworthy about the tape," Arbuthnott said, "but it was not our job to make that decision." Nor should it be, the law and logic dictating that media alone define newsworthiness, even though the outcome is sometimes repugnant. Very repugnant. Concerning 911 calls, Arbuthnott urged TV to better distinguish between "what's news and what's not news." Fat chance. Howard Rosenberg's column appears Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. He can be contacted via e-mail at calendar. letters latimes.com RADIO Tip for Today 11 a.m.-l p.m. Performance Today: "Milestones of the Millennium: Melody" (11 a.m.-noon), KCSN-FM (88.5). 5- 6 p.m. Beneath the Surface: "The Psychology of Racism," KPFK-FM (90.7). 8:30-10 p.m. Rockline: Music and interviews with 70s rockers Edgar Winter and Jeff Baxter, KCBS-FM (93.1). 9:30-10 p.m., 2:30-3 a.m. Have Gun, Will Travel: "The Teacher," KNX (1070). Drama-Comedy-Family 6- 9 i.m. Dean Wendt & Kim Stewart, KDIS (710). 9-11 a.m. Mickey and Minnie's Tune Time, KDIS (710). 1-6 p.m. lust Plain Mark & Zippy, KDIS (710). 6-10 p.m. Lee Cameron, KDIS (710). 9-9:30 p.m., 2-2:30 a.m. Escape: "Country of the Blind," KNX (1070). 10 p.m.. 3 a.m. Sheryi Brooks, KDIS 710). Country-Folk-Jazz-Pop 5-10 a.m. Charlie Tuna, KLAC (570). 9 a.m.-noon Morning Becomes Eclectic, KCRW-FM (89.9). 10 a.m.-l p.m. Global Village, with Yatrika Shah-Rais, KPFK-FM (90.7). 8-10 p.m. Metropolis, KCRW-FM (89.9). 9 p.m.-midnlght Swing Lounge, KLAC (570). MIdnight-3 a.m. Shortwave, KCRW-FM (89.9). Rock-Urban Noon-l p.m. Noon-Time Disco Workout, KBIG-FM (104.3). Noon-l p.m. Old School Lunch Hour, urban oldies, KKBT-FM (92.3). Noon-l p.m. Totally '80s at Noon, KYSR-FM (98.7). 7-8 p.m. '70s at 7:00, KCMG-FM (100.3). 10 p.m.-midnlght Chocolate City, urban rhythm & soul, KCRW-FM (89.9). Midnight-12:30 a.m. Music From Your Own Back Yard, KROQ-FM (106.7). Sports Sports Reports 15 and 45 minutes past the hour, KFWB (980), KNX (1070). 4:05-7 p.m. Baseball: Angels at Cleveland Indians, KLAC (570), XPRS (1090). 4:30-7:30 p.m. Baseball: Milwaukee Brewers at Dodgers, KXTA (1150), KWKW (1330). Talk-Interview 3-11 a.m.-Howard Stern, KLSX-FM (97.1). 5-9 a.m. Imus In the Morning, KRLA (1110). 5- 10 a.m. Jamie While, Frosty StillweU & Frank Kramer, KYSR-FM (98.7). 6- 9 a.m. Ray Flynn, KPLS (830). CHANNELS Los Annates ED KOCE(PBS)50 Orange County EB KVEA (Tele ) 23 HKCBSICBSI02 SW-ia OKNBCNBq04 HKTIAIWBI05 02 KRCA Ind 20 OKABCABC07 B.i-n. BKCrUMOS SkMIWM uj KTTV (Fox) 1 1 j42lSQ(ABC7,25 IBKC0P(UPN)13 SalrtaBlroarB 03 KSCIlnd.)18 3 i KFrT(AHCI07 m KCET(PBS)28 S!. SDKPXNPAX)30 2KVCRPBS)24 B3KMEX(Uni.14 Ventura County QDKTBNlnd.40 S3iKADY(UPN)16 Cable Services A&E 39 El 63 NICK 38 AMC 35 ESPN 34 SCI-FI 87 BET 57 ESPN2 84 SHOW 41 BRV0 54 FAM 47 TBS 43 CNBC 31 FSW27 TCM 88 COM 79 ESW2 59 JLC I 51 CSPN 29 FX 89 CMAX 45 HBO 33 nt CNN 42 HIST 30 u 44 DSC 37 LIFE 46 VH1 62 DISN 53 MTV 48 WGN 55 Use numbers after call letters to set VCR Plus. Where there are two numbers, repeat the procedure. (R) in the grid, denotes a repeat program. Movie Ratings A CLASSIC W FIRST RATE FLAWED: HAS MOMENTS DESPERATION TIME TV RATINGS (TVY All Children (TVY7I Directed to Older Children (TVY7-FV) Directed to Older Children; FantasyViolence (TVG) General Audience (TVPG) Parental Guidance (TV14 Parents Strongly Cautioned (TVMA) Mature Audiences Only D Suggestive Dialogue (L) Coarse Language (S) Sex (V) Violence Morning 9:00 a.m. Q KCBS Martha Stewart 19197 13) KEYT Regis & Kathie Lee 81933 D KNBC .36 KMIR Leea (TVPG) 81915 13 KTLA Sally Jessy Raphael 53555 il KABC 42 KESQ Regis & Kathie lee 48623 Q KCAL Real TV HI KTTV Divorce Court LU KCOPNewsRadio(TVPG) 03 KSCIICanDoltl SS KWHY Business News 241 KVCR Sesame Street 23979 HD KCET Barney ITVY) 54791 EH KTBN Dr. Cherry SSi KOCEWatercolor Workshop 03 KVEA Dragon Ball 2 S3 KD0C Life in the Word HD KICS TEAMS: Let's Investigate S3 KRCA Los Ahos Perdidos 60449 16$ KADY The Newlywed Game A&E Simon & Simon CNBC Power Lunch 80791 CNN Newsday COM ''"Three Amigos!" 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(TVPG) ESPN SportsCenter ESPN2 Cory Everson's Gotta Sweat FAM Shining Time Station (TVY) FSW Golf the West FX Picket Fences (TVPG) HIST Weapons at War (TVG) LIFE Next Door (TVG) 264771 MTV MTV News Link (TVPG) NICK Kipper 873401 SCI-FI The Twilight Zone (TVPG) TBS Matlock TLC Bingo & Molly TMC w "Hijacking Hollywood" '97 1hr31 91981371 19:10 TNN Your Home Studio (TVG) TNT Reasonable Doubts (TV14-LV) VH1 Back to Back Videos (TVPG) WGN Matlock 9:30 a.m. H KCAL The Newlywed Game ill KTTV Divorce Court (0 KC0P The Cosby Show m KWHY Business News ED KCET Puzzle Place (TVY) 18523 EE) KTBN Dean and Mary Brown SSI K0CE Jenkins' Art Workshop EB KVEA Los Recien Casados IS KLCS 3-2-1 Classroom Contact (9451 1631 KADY The Dating Game BRVO "One False Move" '91 (R) 2hr30 691807 CNN Burden of Proof 159333 DSC Start to Finish (TVG) DISN Out of the Box (TVY) El Mysteries & Scandals (TVPG-V) ESPN2 BodyShaping FAM CBN Special Edition 795159 FSW2 Aerobic Conditioning HBO "Grumpy Old Men" '93 (PG- 13)1hr44 72886888(9:451 LIFE New Attitudes 791333 MTV Spankin' New Music (TVPG) NICK Blue's Clues SCI-FI Beyond Reality (TVPG) TLC Salty's Lighthouse (TVY) TNN America's Country Hits (TVG) 10:00 a.m. Q KCBS The Price Is Right (TVG) (31 KEYT Howie Mandel 17178 D KNBC 30 KMIRRoseanne Show 62820 H KTLA Sally Jessy Raphael (TV1 4) 31772 D KABC 42 KESQ The View 66468 fl KCAL Maury (TVPG) 80062 00 KTTV I Love Lucy m KC0PI63) KADY Judge Joe Brown m KWHY Business News B4 KVCR Creative Living BD KCET Sesame Street 82623 S3 KMEXMaite E0 KTBN Behind the Scenes HD K0CE Jenkins' Art Workshop W KVEA Las Aguas Mansas 35791 00 KLCS Western Tradition m KRCA Cine AMC w "I Want You" '51 975333 A&E Law & Order (TVPG CMAX "Spaced Invaders" '90 (PG) 1hr41 5299468 CNN CNN Today DSC Home Matters (TVG) DISN Bear in the Big Blue House (TVY) El Mickey Rourke: The E! True Hollywood Story (TVPG) ESPN Racehorse Digest ESPN2 Beach Hockey FAM The 700 Club FSW2 Fitting It In FX Beverly Hills, 90210 (TVPG) HIST High Points in History LIFE Party of Five (TVPG-L) MTV Hot Zone (TVPG) NICK Little Bear 788994 SCI-FI Lost in Space SHOW w "Gold" '74 PG2hr 2785474(10:051 TBS Hunter TLC The Big Garage (TVY) TNN Alice (TVG) TNT In the Heat of the Night (TVPG-V) . VH1 Women First (TVPG) WGN News 10:30 a.m. ED KTTV I Love Lucy LB KC0P Judge Joe Brown m KWHY Business News ; Health News (10:50) B4 KVCR Keeping You in Stitches EE KTBN Casey Treat 03 K0CE Crafting for the '90s m KDOC Froozles (TVG) 143468 53 KLCS The Art Maker; Tracks: Impressions of America (10:45) DISN The Little Mermaid (TVY) ESPN SportsCenter of the Decade NICK Franklin 802913 TCM 'v "Kings Row" '41 5811055 TLC Jay Jay the Jet Plane (TVY) TMCv"TwoBits"'95PG-131hr25 ' 72697994(10:45) TNN Real McCoys (TVG) VH1 Hollywood & Vinyl (TVPG) 11:00 a.m. j D KCBS The Young and the Restless (TV14) 62848 a KNBC News 13 KTLA Judge Mills Lane U KABC 131 KEYT Port Charles (TVPG) 65604 Fl KCAL Jerry Springer 26046 , 10 KTTV Grace Under Fire E0 KC0P Jenny Jones (TVPG) 62265 m KWHY Business News; ' California Stocks (11:20) (Ml KVCR Martha's Sewing Room H3 KCET Big Comfy Couch 78710 1 E3 KMEX Las Travesuras del Corazon 1 60807 Pleas see TV LOG FU Bell Named KCBS News Director as Part of Shake-Up By GREG BRAXTON TIMES STAFF WRITER The upheaval at KCBS-TV that started last week with the departure of veteran anchors Michael Tuck and Linda Alvarez continued Tuesday with the ouster of longtime news director Larry Perret and the appointment of former KABC news director Roger Bell as news director. Bell, who had been working at WNBC-TV in New York as executive producer, was introduced to the KCBS staff Tuesday morning by John Severino, the president of CBS' owned-and-operated TV station group who doubles as KCBS' general manager. Bell began his duties immediately. Severino said in a statement that Bell is the "perfect leader" for the station's "aggressive strategy to strengthen and expand its news ef forts. He has the ability to produce news broadcasts that are comprehensive, hard-hitting, informative and competitive. He also brings an incomparable knowledge and appreciation of Southern California that only comes from many years of service here." Bell worked twice at KABC-TV as assistant news director from 1976 to 1984, and then as news director from 1989 to 1994. Under his leadership, the station was the top-rated station for its 4 p.m., 5 p.m., 6 p.m and 11 p.m. newscasts. "I'm just trying to acquaint myself here," said Bell in an interview Tuesday. "Last Friday, I was working at WNBC, and today, I'm here. I'm very excited about being here." He said he was particularly eager about a new version of the 4 p.m. news called "Women to Women," which will cover news but will also focus specifically on issues that ap peal to women. The new show will begin Sept. 13. -1 Rumors about Perret's fate had 'i circulated for some time, but still y some staffers were caught off guard by his departure. Perret had J been news director at the station since 1994, and the news staff had won numerous local and national awards under his direction. - Said Perret in an interview after his departure: "We accomplished a I great deal, and I'm proud of that" The shake-up came only a few; days after Tuck and Alvarez were let go, and more changes are in the- works under Severino, who was! named in July to revive the station,'; which has been a perennial cellar- j dweller in the local news ratings. 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BASELINE Bowfinger; Blair Witch Project" RIALTO CINEMA 8. 909786-7922 A Dog Of Flanders VILLAGE, CRESTLINE- 909338-7355 Call Theatre For Program BIANCHI PARAMOUNT 7, 7770 Rosecrans The6mSense"(PG-13) BIANCHI PARAMOUNT 7. 562630-SHOW The Astronaut s Wife BIANCHI PARAMOUNT 7, 7770 Rosecrans Inspector Gadget BIANCHI PARAMOUNT 7, 562630-SHOW uowtingennj-13) BIANCHI PARAMOUNT 7 13Ui Warrior BIANCHI PARAMOUNT 7, 562630-SHOW "Universal Soldier The Return" BIANCHI PARAMOUNT 7. 7770 Rosecrans Deep Blue Sea (R); sep. Iron Giant" ACADEMY 1, 1003 E. Colorado-626795-3547 Call theatre For Program ACADEMY 2, 1003 E. Colorado-626795-3547 Call Theatre For Program ACADEMY 3, 1003 E. Colorado-626795-3547 Call Theatre For Program ACADEMY 4, 1003 E. Colorado-626795-3547 Call Theatre For Program ACADEMY 5, 1003 E. Cotorado-626795-3547 Call Iheatre For Program ACADEMY 6, 1003 E. Colorado-626795-3547 Call Theatre For Program STATE, 770 E Colorado Blvd.-626792-3540 "Indian Film" RUSTIC IDYLLWILD 909658-2747 "Thomas Crown Affair(R) AMERICANA 5, Van Nuys at Parthenlt Call Theatre For Program AMERICANA 5, 818893-6441 CaU Theatre For Program AMERICANA 5, Panorama City Call Theatre For Program AMERICANA 5, Van Nuys at Parmenii , Call Theatre For Program AMERICANA 5, 818893-6441 Call Theatre For Program FIVE STAR 1, 10155 Reseda - 993-0211 Dolby SR "Run Lola Run"(R) FIVE STAR 2. Norttiridge Dolby SR "Cabaret Balken" FIVE STAR 3, Norttiridge Dolby SR "Indian Film" FIVE STAR 4. 10155 Reseda - 993-0211 Dolby SR "Red Violin" FIVE STAR 5, 10T55 Reseda 993-0211 6 Trk DTS "Indian Film" II CINEMACAL CARRIAGE SQUARE -101 W. Gonzales The Haunting CINEMACAL CARRIAGE SQUARE -101 W. Gonzales Big Daddy ; "Austin Powers 2" CINEMACAL CARRIAGE SQUARE -8054854727 General s Daughter (R); "Muppets From Space CINEMACAL CARRIAGE SQUARE -8054858727 Notting Hill"; The Wood"(R) CINEMACAL CARRIAGE SQUARE -101 W. Gonzales Matrix (R); Hie Mummy" PASE0 CAMARIUO.390 N. Lanar-80M83-2267 Twin Falls Idaho"; "Ideal Husband"(PG-13) PASEO(RILLO,390N.Lantana-805l383-2267 Red Violin (NH); Run Lola Hun (R) PASE0 CAMARILLO.390 N. Lanlm-805383-2267 Blair Witch Project (R); "The Dinner Game FILLMORE, Towne. 338 Central-524-3456 Mickey Blue Eyes"(PG-13) OXNARD, Esplanade 1-805485-0820 uoioy-bownnger(PG-13) OXNARD. Esplanade 2, 271 Esplanade Drive uog ui t-ianoers ; TViid wild wesr OXNARD, Esplanade 3, 605485-0820 Dolby'lnspeclor Gadge1"G); sep. 'American Pie SANTA PAULA 7, 550 W. Main-805933-6707 "ine 13th Warrior" SANTA PAULA 7. All Seats $3.50 before 8 pm universal noioier SANTA PAULA 7, Program Info, 805V933-6707 u lb Astronauts Wile SANTA PAULA 7, 550 W. Main, Opposite Von orajr wncn rrofecr ; tjowringer SANTA PAULA 7, All Seats $3.50 before 6pm a uog ui ranoers SANTA PAULA 7,550 W. Main-805-933-6707 Mickey Blue Eyes SANTA PAULA 7, 550 W Main-805933-6707 "The Sixth Sense (PG-13) REGENT WESTLAKE 1,818889-2388 Closed For Remodeling REGENT WESTLAKE 2.4711 Lakeview Cyn. Rd brusea ror nemooering REGENT WESTLAKE 3, 4711 Lakeview Cyn. Rd uoseu ror nemoaeiing i 11 VAN6UREN.Arllngforv4096B8-2360 . Micney em eyes ; ueep Blue su . VAN BUREN. Arftngton-909688-2360 tronauiswite ; Ihe Haunting VAN BUREN, Ariirtgton-909688-2360 . I3tn warrior; -Thomas Crown Affaw" JUSS PARSONS;. CoS Ansclcs Suncs Food I Wednesdays I

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