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The Wizard Of Oz (1939) U 11AM, 5STAR The de­fin­i­tive adap­ta­tion of L. Frank Baum’s mag­i­cal story, a leg­endary cin­e­matic treat. Judy Gar­land (above) is the Kansas lass search­ing for a wizard af­ter she is whisked away for a frolic along a yel­low brick road.

Black Nar­cis­sus (1947) U 11AM, FILM4 Pow­ell and Press­burger’s vis­ually stun­ning mas­ter­piece sim­mers with thinly veiled sex­ual ten­sion. Deb­o­rah Kerr (right) and Kath­leen By­ron are the nuns try­ing to stay faith­ful in the pres­ence of David Far­rar and the ex­otic sen­sa­tions of their Hi­malayan lo­ca­tion.

Kid­nap­ping Lizzie: Night­mare Vi­sions (2016) PG 3.15PM, CH5 Na­dia Bjor­lin (fa­mous for the US soap Days Of Our Lives) stars as Tracy Spencer, a medium who claims – af­ter the po­lice in­ves­ti­ga­tion fails – to know where a kid­napped teenager is be­ing held. But is there more to Tracy’s psy­chic pow­ers than meets the eye? Richard Ruc­colo and Vanessa Evi­gan play the miss­ing girl’s par­ents.

Life (2015) 15 10.50PM, FILM4

PRE­MIERE Good-look­ing but ul­ti­mately dis­ap­point­ing bi­o­graph­i­cal drama that fol­lows a Life mag­a­zine pho­tog­ra­pher (Robert Pat­tin­son) as he gets un­der the skin of ac­tor James Dean (Dane DeHaan).

Week­end At Bernie’s (1989) 15 11PM, 3e It may have a ridicu­lous premise, but this com­edy was a huge hit. An­drew McCarthy and Jonathan Sil­ver­man, above, play a pair of ac­coun­tants who are look­ing for­ward to a week­end at their play­boy boss’s beach house – so when they ar­rive to find he’s died, they de­cide to keep the party go­ing by pre­tend­ing that he’s still alive.

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