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Sunday satellite and cable; FILM CHOICE.

Hollywood's enduring classic about the hopes and fears of childhood.

OK, we've all seen it a hundred times, but it's still a marvellous sight as Judy Garland's Dorothy sets off down the Yellow brick Road with Scarecrow, Tin Man and Cowardly Lion. And the songs are great too.

And it's a true story that MGM studio bigwigs wanted to lose Somewhere Over the Rainbow - they thought it brought the film to a standstill. It won an Oscar.

With Ray Bolger, Bert Lahr, Jack Haley, Frank Morgan, Billie Burke, Margaret Hamilton, Charley Grapewin and Clara Blandick. (1939)

Back To The Future, Part III

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The rousing conclusion to the time-travel epic has Michael J. Fox as Marty McFly joining Christopher Lloyd's loveable Doc Brown in the Old West. Cue a string of Clint Eastwood gags (that's the name Marty adopts after arriving in the unfriendly frontier township). More humour than Part II and the effects are well up to scratch but the novelty is now near exhaustion point. With Mary Steenburgen, Thomas F. Wilson, Lea Thompson, Elisabeth Shue, Matt Clark and Richard Dysart. (1990)

My Best Friend's Wedding

Sky Box Office 3, 6.30am - 8.30am

JEALOUS Julia Roberts sets about winning back the affection of love struck Dermot Mulroney by fair means or foul - but mainly foul. Roberts is really funny as the confidante craving love and Muriel's wedding director P.J. Hogan is adept at wringing every last ounce of embarrassment out of her cringe-making predicament. (1997)

Rosewood

Sky Movie Max, 11.55pm - 2.15am

LAW-ABIDING black township in Florida wracked by white racism in powerful drama unhappily based on an actual incident from the 1920s. With Ving Rhames and Jon Voight. (1997)
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Date:Nov 28, 1998
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