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Kttv, NBC-tv top L.A. Emmy noms

8 July 2009 7:00 PM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Kttv and NBC-tv led the pack of nominees for the 61st Los Angeles Area Emmy Awards with 16 noms each.

The coverage of the deadly September Metrolink accident earned two nominations in the Live Coverage of an Unscheduled News Event category, one for Kttv and one for CBS/Kcal. The third nominee in the category is Kttv's coverage of the November firestorm.

In the individual reporting categories, Kttv's Christine Devine, Kabc's Rob Hayes, Kcbs' Dave Malkoff and Kcbs/Kcal's Lisa Sigell were nominated for news featue reporting; Knbc's Ana Garcia and Joel Grover and Ktla's Chip Yost were nominated for hard news reporting; and Kabc's Curt Sandoval and Fox Sports Net West's Patrick O'Neal for sports reporting.

The entrants in the stations categories are labeled as "candidates," not nominees.

In the under-35-minute daily newscast field, Kcbs and Knbc's latenight newscasts face Kttv's 10 a.m. news, Kvea's "En Contexto" and Kmex's "Noticias. »

- By Nellie Andreeva

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Bad Movie Alert! "The Kremlin Letter" On Fox Movie Channel Tomorrow

26 February 2009 4:52 AM, PST | | See recent CinemaRetro news »

by Lee Pfeiffer

There will be a rare American TV showing of John Huston's mega-bomb 1970 spy thriller The Kremlin Letter shown tomorrow (Friday, February 27) on the Fox Movie Channel at 2:00 Pm (Eastern Standard Time). The misguided flick boasts an impressive cast including Patrick O'Neal, Bibi Anderson, Max Von Sydow, Orson Welles and Richard Boone in a plot so incomprehensible, you'll be lost within minutes. There are some great locations (it's one of the few films to be allowed to be shot in London's legendary Reform Club) and does boast the unique opportunity to see George Sanders playing a spy master in drag. (This had to be J. Edgar Hoover's favorite movie!) This Cold War thriller laid a Siberia-sized egg at the box-office, but it's a "must have" for all bad movie lovers out there in Cinema Retro Land. Incidentally, a couple of years ago, Retro writer Eddy »

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