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True Movies 1 TV Guide

Local listings for: Virginia [Set TV Provider]
Thursday, April 24 2014
  • Time Show
    • 6 mins ago
      Anna Karenina

      Adaptation of Leo Tolstoy's classic tale of forbidden love, set against the backdrop of 19th-century Russia. Anna, a woman in a loveless marriage, visits St Petersburg to see her brother, only to become embroiled in a reckless affair with a dashing count. Romantic drama, starring Sophie Marceau, Sean Bean, Alfred Molina, James Fox, Mia Kirshner and Fiona Shaw.

    • 2:00am
      Birth of the Beatles

      Pop biopic charting the Beatles' early days in Germany with original drummer Pete Best, and their first stab at chart success with Ringo Starr and producer George Martin. Stephen Mackenna, John Altman, Rod Culbertson and Ray Ashcroft star as the Fab Four, with Nigel Havers and Ryan Mitchell

    • 4:00am
      SinatraSeason 1 Episode 2: EPISODE: 2

      Part two of three. Biopic of the singer, following him from his childhood in New Jersey to his status as a pop culture icon. The series examines his rise to fame in the 1940s, his three marriages, his friendships with the rat pack and connections with the Mafia. Starring Philip Casnoff

    • 6:00am
      To Live For

      A terminally ill woman's last months are made happier by her relationship with a romantic stranger she hopes will take care of her children. Deeply emotional romantic drama, starring Nancy Travis, Scott Bairstow, Jamie Renée Smith, Karen James and Viveka Davis

    • 8:00am
      Gore Vidal's Billy the Kid

      Fact-based Western telling the story of the infamous outlaw revealing how a quest for revenge led him to become one of the most wanted men in the West. Starring Val Kilmer, Duncan Regehr and Wilford Brimley

    • 12:00pm
      The Pride of Jesse Hallam

      A miner moves to Cincinnati so his daughter can receive vital medical treatment, but struggles to find work due to his illiteracy. He realises that to support his family he must swallow his pride, and turns to a kindly Italian grocer and his daughter for help in learning to read. Drama, starring Johnny Cash, Brenda Vaccaro and Eli Wallach

    • 2:00pm
      The Murder of Mary Phagan

      Part two of two. A Jewish factory owner in 1930s Georgia is unjustly accused of murder. Despite all the evidence pointing in another direction, an ambitious prosecutor and an unscrupulous journalist whip up a frenzy of anti-semitism against the suspect. However, the state governor sees through the bigotry and does everything in his power to see justice is done. Fact-based drama, starring Jack Lemmon, Peter Gallagher, Kevin Spacey and Richard Jordan

    • 4:00pm
      All the Right Moves

      Tom Cruise stars as a hot-headed high-school football player eager to escape his depression-hit Pennsylvania steeltown by winning a sporting scholarship to college - a dream jeopardised by friction with an equally ambitious coach. Believable drama, co-starring Craig T Nelson, Lea Thompson and Charles Cioffi

    • 6:00pm
      A Family Torn Apart

      Three abused brothers are suspected of complicity in the murder of their callous adoptive parents. Gripping fact-based drama, starring Neil Patrick Harris, Johnny Galecki, Gregory Harrison and Linda Kelsey

    • 8:00pm
      Rising Son

      A middle-aged factory foreman is laid off and struggles to find work to support his family. Further stress is placed on him when his teenage son rebels against his plans, announcing he is dropping out of medical school and leaving his father worried he faces an uncertain future. Drama, starring Brian Dennehy, Matt Damon and Piper Laurie

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