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The Video Store (1988)
Video Store / Inside Video: Today
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1988 |
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    Paula McClure began her broadcast career at KDFW-TV, first working as an anchor and weather reporter and then hosting her own talk show, Tuning in with Paula McClure. After a stint with WFAA-TV in the late 1980s, she relocated to Los Angeles, working as a celebrity correspondent for Entertainment Tonight and a fashion correspondent for The Home Show. McClure returned to Dallas in 1966 to co-host WFAA's Good Morning Texas, where she won an Emma Award for an interview with Barbara Walters. McClure died of brain cancer in 2002 at the age of 40. 
    McClure goes to the Video Software Dealers Convention in Las Vegas, where she visits with Shirley MacLaine, Dennis Miller, June Allyson, Peter Fonda, Shari Lewis, and Randy Savage
    Posing with Freddy Kreuger 
    Preview of the hottest new releases to home video, including Moonstruck (1987), Empire of the Sun (1987), and Police Academy 5: Assignment Miami Beach (1988)
    Possible "sleepers"—films that fell short at the box office but find new audiences with home video
    Sorry, Paula, those eyebrows belong to Peter Gallagher, not Kevin Spacey
    Eric Burns speaks with actress and native Texan Ann Miller about the resurgence of classic Hollywood cinema through home viewing
    Actor Lorenzo Lamas tries his hand at home video by producing a workout tape
    Home video options for science fiction fans, including The Thing (1982), Blade Runner (1982), Hellraiser (1987), and Light Years (1987), also known as Gandahar
    Promotional spots