Networks put movies on schedule FALL TV PREVIEW

September 12, 1993|By Steve McKerrow | Steve McKerrow,Staff writer

The fall crop of made-for-TV movies ranges from remakes of old television series to the usual trauma-of-the-week and network-star-vehicle genres to a film that makes fun of TV movies. Here's a sampling of the small-screen marquee.

"A Life in the Theatre." Jack Lemmon and Matthew Broderick

star. (Oct. 9)

USA

"Rubdown." Jack Coleman plays a Beverly Hills masseur suspected of murdering a client whose wife he has been sleeping with -- or so he thinks. With William Devane, Michelle Phillips and Catherine Oxenberg. (Sept. 15)

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