LOCAL channels are cranking out the oldies again, and to ensure you have no excuse to miss the reruns, Pearl's even showing them all night. IF it's originality you want stick with The Simpsons (World, 9pm) which tonight boasts vintage comedian Bob Hope as the guest voice. He's asked to stretch his acting abilities to the full by playing himself emceeing a show for enlisted men. Lisa is his co-presenter, having just been crowned Little Miss Springfield in a local beauty pageant. Surely politically correct Lisa's not joining the ranks of the bimbos? ALSO bang up to the minute is E! TV Features (STAR Plus, 7pm), which looks at Harrison Ford's new movie, The Fugitive. It's the big screen version of the cult 1960s TV series which starred David Janssen as the falsely accused man pursued by an obsessivecop. HOPELESS romantics will happily sit through Ladyhawke (Pearl, 9.30pm, Original Running Time 124 mins) again, boxes of tissues firmly clutched in hand. This is the one where Rutger Hauer (when he was still the body beautiful and not the body blubber) and Michelle Pfeiffer play star-crossed lovers prevented from being together by a dastardly spell which can only be overcome by mega-heroics and special effects. Under the spell, Pfeiffer (who's about to marry David Kelley, creator of Picket Fences ) is transformed into a hawk by day, while Hauer becomes a wolf at night. Matthew Broderick (Torch Song Trilogy ) plays the jolly peasant type charged with sorting outtheir woes. SIGN up Robert Redford, Debra Winger and Daryl Hannah (who's said to be joining the Kennedy clan), then add Brian Dennehy and Terence Stamp for solid measure and you should have a film worth watching. So, the creators of Legal Eagles (World, 9.30pm ORT 114 mins) must have really kicked themselves when they watched the finished product and realised, darn it, they forgot the script. The story seems to revolve around some sort of art fraud, in which Daryl Hannah (playing a performance artist named Chelsea) is accused of stealing a painting which she says belongs to her. Crusading attorney Winger persuades Redford to help her defend the case, which allows them plenty of opportunity to have those ''God, you're beautiful when you're angry'' rows. There are assorted killings, trial scenes, pyrotechnics and courtroom dramas to keep the action going. The question is, where to? BEST by far of the late night movies is The Big Easy (Pearl, 12.20am, ORT 108 mins) which stars Dennis Quaid as slightly bent New Orleans cop Remy and Ellen Barkin as the assistant DA who turns him back into a good guy. The Cajun music, fast pace and wit of the movie make it a winner, but since it's been shown here many times already and every time not only the sex but some of the humour is cut out, it hardly seems worth staying in for. AS for This Gun For Hire (Pearl, 3.40am, ORT 96 mins) the bad news is it's not the 1942 version starring teeny, tiny matinee idol Alan Ladd, but the 1991 TV movie starring wrinkly ole Robert Wagner. Based on the Graham Greene novel, it's the story of assassin Raven (Wagner) who discovers he's been set up to bump off a congressman, and then spends the rest of the movie trying to discover who done him wrong. Greene's novel was a black exploration of bad people with no redeeming qualities, barely done justice here.