Coming up

January 1996
Entertainment Weekly;1/26/96, Issue 311, p71
Presents a list of videotape and laserdisc titles which will be released in the United States. `Something to Talk About,' starring Julia Roberts and Dennis Quaid; `Kids,' from Vidmark; `The Big Green,' starring Olivia d'Abo and Steve Guttenberg; `Cocoon,' directed by Ron Howard.


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