TV reviews

Richmond, Ray; Fries, Laura
May 1999
Variety;05/17/99, Vol. 375 Issue 1, p40
Entertainment Review
Reviews several television programs aired in the United States as of May 23, 1999. `Cleopatra'; `The Unexpected Mrs. Pollifax'; `A Lesson Before Dying'; `The Jesse Ventura Story.'


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