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TV Junkie: Alec Guinness Marathon on TCM Tonight; Bud Greenspan Marathon Starts on the 1st

These are just some of the characters that Alec Guinness plays in "Kind Hearts and Coronets" tonight on TCM along with several other Alec Guinness
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Please check out our interview with four-time Emmy-winner Greg Fitzsimmons. You may be watching up to 3 shows he is is involved with in 2011.
Veteran documentarian Bud Greenspan died earlier this month and he will be honored on Universal Sports with 9 consecutive nights of his films being featured on the network starting on January 1st with his film on the 1984 Los Angeles Olympic games. We'll have more on this as these dates approach.
Your heart may still have that rosy holiday glow but let's look at the hard numbers for those holiday shows: turns out that CBS' Hallmark Hall of Fame movie November Christmas pulled in the most viewers with 13.5 million for its Nov. 28 telecast. Thankfully the classic "Rudolph the Red-Nose Reindeer" was in second, tied with NBC's Christmas at Rockefeller Center, each pulling in 11.3 million on November 30.
The AP is reporting that a Los Angeles TV writer has been found dead at Hawaii resort. Aron Abrams was a producer of "Everybody Hates Chris," "Grounded for Life," "3rd Rock from the Sun," and "King of the Hill." We'll report more as we hear it.
There is a cool marathon of Alec Guinness marathon on TCM tonight.
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