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Van Cliburn, whose legacy as a 20th century classical pianist is matched only by such figures Vladimir Horowitz and Glenn Gould, died at age 78 in his home in Fort Worth, Texas on Wednesday. Cause of…
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"Pirates of the Caribbean" will pose a unique challenge to the various year's-end awards-giving entities. On second thought, it's safe to say the issue will almost certainly not come up. Still, the…
High romance of the pulp-fiction variety is niftily shaped in City Beneath the Sea. The film stages a thrilling underseas 'earthquake' as a capper to the derring-do yarn laid in the West Indies.
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