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Public television station KCET in Los Angeles is launching the Martin Sheen-hosted KCET Saturday Night Movie, featuring classic films from the Warner Bros. Entertainment library through a deal struck with Warner Bros. Domestic Cable Distribution.
The Saturday Night Movie is set to debut at 10 p.m. May 5 with the James Dean starrer East of Eden. The movies are licensed for a one-time TV broadcast and will be shown unedited for television, with only one brief intermission.
The companies noted that the film program was made possible by support from Warner Bros. Entertainment, which is the first studio to enter into an agreement with KCET to broadcast selected titles each week.
"This groundbreaking partnership with Warner Bros. makes it possible for KCET to reinvent the television movie experience," KCET president and CEO Al Jerome said, adding that "Martin is a longtime friend of KCET, and we are honored to work with him on this new project."
Added WBDCD president Eric Frankel: "We're thrilled to be partnering with KCET on this exciting new programming that brings some of Warner Bros.' most iconic films to public television for the first time." »
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