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    Box Office: "Lovely" and "Single" Debut; "Air" Explodes In Expansion

    With December winding down, some of the most anticipated limited debuts of the year made their marks this weekend, with Peter Jackson's "The Lovely Bones" and Tom Ford's "A Single Man" each opening on single-digit screen counts.

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    Little Golden Records...The Best of

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    Poppin’ Guitars: A Tuneful Of Sherman

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    Walt Disney and the 1964 World's Fair

    I was a boy when the New York World’s Fair opened in 1964, and I will never forget it. Having never been to Disneyland, this was the next best thing, an elaborate exposition with foods and exhibits from foreign countries and, best of all, a handful of rides and programs created by Walt Dis...

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    David Raksin AT M-G-M

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    The Joe McDoakes Collection

    I never dreamed this would happen: a six-disc set collecting the entire Joe McDoakes series! (Or perhaps I should say oeuvre.) For the uninitiated, I should explain that these ten-minute shorts, made between 1942 and 1956, were a snappy blend of slapstick and situation comedy featuring George O’Hanlon (later famous as the voice of George Jetson) as an ordinary guy who always wound up “behind the 8-ball.” I first documented the series in my book The Great Movie Shorts, many years ago, and had a devil of a time tracking down prints. They weren’t shown on television, and while some were available in 16mm, finding them was hit-and-miss. I actual...

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    MUSIC FROM CBS WESTERNS

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    The Samuel Fuller Collection

    There has never been a filmmaker quite like Sam Fuller: as director Curtis Hanson remarks in one of the interviews on this DVD set, he constituted his own genre. Fuller’s staccato, slap-in-the-face melodramas, war stories and genre pieces all bore his unique voice. As it happens only two of the...

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