TV Plus (South Africa) - - TUESDAY -

06:00 den­nis the men­ace: den­nis the movie star (sabc3) an­i­ma­tion. a de­mand­ing child star in­sists that a movie be rewrit­ten, so den­nis tries to help the di­rec­tor with ideas and he and mr wilson end up star­ring in the movie. voices of bren­nan thicke, phil hart­man (1987) (a). 09:30 the wed­ding chapel (m-net) fam­ily. a sin­gle painter in need of in­spi­ra­tion trav­els home to visit her mother and helps with ef­forts to save a lo­cal church from clos­ing down. em­manuelle vaugier, shel­ley long (2013) (pg). 13:00 a dog’s break­fast (sabc2) com­edy. a so­cially awk­ward man who lives alone thinks that he ac­ci­den­tally killed his younger sis­ter’s fa­mous fi­ancé, but he’s not the only trou­bled one in the fam­ily… david hewlett, kate hewlett (2007) (pg). 20:30 & 00:25 em­pire records ( com­edy. the staff at an in­de­pen­dent mu­sic shop try to raise money to save the business from a takeover by a large fran­chise. liv tyler, renée zell­weger (1995) (pg13). 22:35 salsa ( drama. a me­chanic ru­ins his chances of win­ning a salsa com­pe­ti­tion when he cheats on his girl- friend, who’s also his dance part­ner. robby rosa (1988) (pg). 01:00 iden­tity thief (m-net) com­edy. busi­ness­man sandy pat­ter­son’s iden­tity has been stolen and he tries to con­front the woman who’s been hav­ing a blast liv­ing as him. ja­son bate­man, melissa mccarthy, john cho (2013) (16). 02:20 geron­imo: an amer­i­can legend ( western. the story of apache in­dian chief geron­imo, who led his war­riors against the us gov­ern­ment’s op­pres­sion of their peo­ple. ja­son pa­trick, gene hack­man (1993) (pg13). 03:15 a thou­sand words (m-net) com­edy. a book agent lies to a spir­i­tual guru, who then tells him to use his words wisely be­cause he’s only got a thou­sand words left to say be­fore he dies. ed­die murphy (2012) (pg13).

den­nis the men­ace: den­nis the movie star sabc3 06:00 the wed­ding chapel

m-net 09:30 a dog’s break­fast

sabc2 13:00

em­pire records 20:30

salsa 22:35

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