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    Why 'Mad Men' is Really All About Being Jewish

    Matthew Weiner dug deep into the surprising influences of Jewish culture on "Mad Men."

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    'Mad Men': How Megan Got Her Job And How Peggy Lost Hers, According to Matthew Weiner

    From screen tests to near-mutinies: You'd be surprised how decisions got made in the "Mad Men" writers' room.

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    7 Clips That Define 'Mad Men,' And What the Cast Has to Say About Them

    Jon Hamm, Christina Hendricks and more gathered at Lincoln Center to talk about the controversies of "Mad Men," its most illuminative character moments and its overriding theme of class.

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    6 Career Paths Jon Hamm Should Consider After 'Mad Men'

    The "Mad Men" actor says he doesn't have a "grand plan" for when the series comes to an end. Don't worry. We've got him covered.

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    Here Are the 10 Films That Inspired 'Mad Men,' As Picked By Matthew Weiner

    "Mad Men" Producer Matthew Weiner has curated a film series to accompany the show's extensive exhibit.

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    9 TV Creators Who Must Come To The Big Screen

    As Matthew Weiner's feature film debut, "Are You Here," hits theaters and video on demand platforms, we look at 9 television creators who should follow his lead and make the jump from television to the big screen.

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    Emmy Watch: Flying Under Awards Radar, 'Mad Men' Still Soars

    As the final season of "Mad Men" begins, freelancer Freddy Rumsen (Joel Murray) speeds through a sleek, cinematic pitch for Accutron watches, selling the fantasy of time harnessed, exploited, made beautiful. He's selling, in a sense, "Mad Men" itself. "It's not a timepiece," his tagline goes. "It's ...

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