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NBC TV delivered the lowest rating ever for the annual NBA All-Star Game on Feb. 11, 2001, when only 7.755 million people watched. Information in Thursday’s paper was incorrect.

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The film adaptation of “Memoirs of a Geisha” is a Sony, DreamWorks and Spyglass production. Information in Thursday’s paper was incomplete.

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