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    criticWIRE This Week: "Nine," "Heart" and "Victoria" Hit Screens

    This week, Rob Marshall's "Nine," Scott Cooper's "Crazy Heart," and Jean-Marc Vallée's "The Young Victoria" will each open in limited release in an attempt to prove a viable alternative to the wide opener "Avatar." To make your decision as to which option might be your best bet (that is, if you fi...

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    Year End Film Book Survey - 2009

    I love reading film books but I simply can't keep up with all the new titles that come over the transom...so, with holiday gift-giving in mind, I have compiled this annotated listing based on my first impressions of these recent releases, including a few that haven't gotten the attention ...

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    Year End Film Book Survey - 2009 Part 2

    Year End Film Book Survey - 2009 Part 2

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    The Three Stooges Collection, Vol. 7 – 1952-1954

    The Three Stooges Collection, Vol. 7 – 1952-1954

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    Alfred Hitchcock Presents Ghost Stories For Young People/Famous Monsters Speak

    Alfred Hitchcock Presents Ghost Stories For Young People/Famous Monsters Speak

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    Little Golden Records...The Best of

    Little Golden Records...The Best of

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    Poppin’ Guitars: A Tuneful Of Sherman

    Poppin’ Guitars: A Tuneful Of Sherman

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    Up And Down The Keys; Kitten On The Keys — Frederick Hodges

    Up And Down The Keys; Kitten On The Keys — Frederick Hodges

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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

    David Raksin AT M-G-M

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