'Angels' fly from legit to HBO as six-hour telepic

Levine, Stuart
September 2003
Daily Variety;9/12/2003, Vol. 280 Issue 50, TV Season Preview. pA16
Trade Publication
Focuses on the introduction of the television mini-series 'Angels of America' on HBO in the U.S. Cost of production; Adaptation of series from a Broadway play of the same title; Selection of actor Al Pacino and actress Meryl Streep for the lead roles.


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