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Clinton’s Hollywood Night

Hillary Clinton’s event at Social Hollywood was closed to the press, so it didn’t get nearly the attention that the Obama appearance did.

But the $250-per-person fund-raiser did draw Ben Silverman, Mary Steenbergen and Ted Danson, Adrian Grenier, Anna Faris and Brett Ratner, according to the Chicago Sun-Times’ Lynn Sweet.

Clinton phoned in to address several dozen house parties around the country.

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