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Sunday, Aug. 20
1 p.m. THE McLAUGHLIN GROUP How did the Democrats fare in Los Angeles last week, and what can we expect next? John McLaughlin's usual cast of pundits focuses on the convention and its likely effects. (PBS)
7 p.m. LIFE-SIZE Trying to bring back her deceased mother, a girl tries magic and brings a doll to life. The made-for-TV movie from last season stars Jere Burns and Lindsay Lohan. (ABC)
9 p.m. SAINT MAYBE Things change in ways that are not entirely predictable when a young man takes responsibility for his brother's three orphaned children in the 1960s. The 1998 made-for-TV movie, originally a "Hallmark Hall of Fame" presentation, stars Thomas McCarthy, Mary-Louise Parker, Blythe Danner and Edward Herrmann. (CBS)
8 p.m. HIGH NOON Tom Skerritt is the abandoned and outnumbered marshal in this new TV remake of the classic 1952 western. (TBS)
8 p.m. GIRL HAPPY A month of "Elvis Sundays" on TCM continues with this 1965 film in which Shelley Fabares stars with Elvis. Following at 10 p.m. is "Kissin' Cousins" (1964), with Elvis and Yvonne Craig. (TCM)
10 p.m. BUD GREENSPAN'S FAVORITE STORIES OF OLYMPIC GLORY Greenspan, acclaimed for seven previous documentaries about the Olympics, tells about the Olympic experiences of five notable athletes. They are …