Friday, July 11, 2014 Tammuz 13, 5774
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Seen the movie, now see the bias? If you're going to Kazakhstan, don't wear flowers in your hair. Or, for that matter, a Star of David. Well, that's what's to be surmised from watching the new educational documentary, "Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan," opening in non-Kazakhstan movie houses Nov. 3. But with such...
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What do you get a a hit hospital series for its Bar Mitzvah? A fountain pen? Hell, who could read a doctor's handwriting anyway? A check? Something tells me that after 12 seasons, with 13 now under way, the producers of "ER" have cashed their share of checks already. Check this out, then: How about a hot new McSexy doctor...
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Can we ... kvell? Sure, Joan Rivers, go right ahead; after all, there's much to kvell about! "I'll be doing the Keswick [in Glenside] on Oct. 28, then there's my special on Bravo, that's Oct. 24, then I'll be in Atlantic City Oct. 20 and 21 ... " Will the airlines allow such a weighty schedule as carry-on? And carry...
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Who knew that hiring a "Domestic Import" would trigger a pistol-packin' game of Russian roulette that would fill every chamber of the house with émigrés out of a production of "Dr. Zhivago?" From Russia with ... laughs? It is now for Cherry Hill, N.J.'s Andrea Malamut. But it was no laughing matter way back when the ad executive faced a...
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Jeffrey Tambor tamps time into more than a pipe dream in new comedy
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"Four score and seven years ago" goes the Gettysburg Address. Forget the seven years; four score is what John Mason (John Lithgow) and Jeffrey Pyne (Jeffrey Tambor) address these days. And since they've already handled the first three, it's the next "20 Good Years" that interest them the most. And they also interest NBC, which offers one for the ages...
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