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The Story of Frozen: The Making of a Disney Animated Classic

This hour-long special takes viewers behind the scenes for a look at the various processes, from animation to CGI to voice-over acting, that went into creation of the Oscar-winning feature. ABC, 7 p.m.

NCIS: Los Angeles

A 10-year-old girl for whom Sam once provided protection detail goes missing in this rebroadcast of One More Chance. Sam believes her disappearance is directly linked to the theft of software for a new aerial vehicle being developed by her engineer father. CBS/Global, 9 p.m.

Food Fighters

New Jersey high school biology teacher Melissa Clinton enters the ring in the hopes of winning $100,000 in this new episode. She'll go up against the cream of the culinary crop before taking on celebrity chef Jet Tila. NBC, 7 p.m.

Talk Shows:

David Letterman: Luke Wilson, Julie Chen

Jimmy Kimmel: Eva Longoria, Wiz Khalifa

Craig Ferguson: Carrot Top, Gwendoline Christie

Conan O'Brien: Allison Janney, Brett Gelman

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition September 2, 2014 C2

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