November 07, 1994 12:00 PM

>TUBE: Tyne Daly and Sharon Gless team up again for a Cagney & Lacey movie; Homicide continues to impress; an unlikely hero has a grip on Saturday morning cartoons in The Tick

SCREEN: Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein is strictly blood lite; Radioland Murders doesn’t make waves; Harvey Keitel triumphs in Imaginary Crimes; Clerks neither clicks nor clucks

SONG: Madonna tells Bedtime Stories; Tom Jones shows what’s new, pussycat; the Black Crowes flutter

PAGES: Heather Busch and Burton Silver ponder Why Cats Paint; Marisa Acocella asks just who the hell is SHE, anyway?; John Loengard accentuates the negative in a collection of photos

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