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Mel Brooks Thinks Blazing Saddles Never Could Have Been Made in Today’s ‘Stupidly Politically Correct’ Climate
New York Magazine • Halle Kiefer
Sights and sounds: St. Pius X takes on Chavez under the Friday Night Lights
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Moviegoers react to 'Stronger:' 'Inspiring... incredible"
WCVB • Mary Saladna
Mel Brooks: ‘We Have Become Stupidly Politically Correct, Which is the Death of Comedy’
Mediaite • Joseph A. Wulfsohn
Police: ‘Do Not Call 911’ Headless Halloween Display
CBS St. Louis • Cbs Denver
Jennifer Aniston shields her face from the sun on set
Daily Mail • Dailymail.Com Reporter
'The most courageous person I knew': Man buries wife, then daughter she died trying to save
Washington Post • Rachel Chason
Oscars Overhaul and Open Up Foreign Language Voting Process
The Wrap • Steve Pond
Road to Oscars 2018: The Early Award Season Contenders
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Pictures of the Day: 23 September 2017
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Mel Brooks Thinks Blazing Saddles Never Could Have Been Made in Today’s ‘Stupidly Politically Correct’ Climate
New York MagazineHalle Kiefer
a recent interview with BBC Radio 4, comedy legend Mel Brooks was asked if he thought it would be possible for him to make classics like The Producers and Young Frankenstein for modern audiences. “Maybe Young Frankenstein, but never Blazing Saddles,” he...
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Sights and sounds: St. Pius X takes on Chavez under the Friday Night Lights
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As St. Pius X battled Chavez High School on the gridiron, ABC13 was able to capture the sights and sounds from the game. Click the video above for a pregame speech from Coach Stephen Hill and game highlights.
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Moviegoers react to 'Stronger:' 'Inspiring... incredible"
WCVBMary Saladna
The movie Stronger is playing across the country this weekend, the powerful story of Jeff Bauman's recovery from the Boston Marathon bombing.
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BBC America, Film Industry
Mel Brooks: ‘We Have Become Stupidly Politically Correct, Which is the Death of Comedy’
MediaiteJoseph A. Wulfsohn
Comedy legend Mel Brooks is sounding off on political correctness and how he believes it’s the “death of comedy.” Speaking with BBC Radio, he was asked if he thought he could get films like Blazing Saddles, The Producers, and Young Frankenstein made...
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Police: ‘Do Not Call 911’ Headless Halloween Display
CBS St. LouisCbs Denver
GREENE COUNTY, Tenn. (CBS4) – A Halloween display in eastern Tennessee may be a little too realistic for some. The Greene County Sheriff’s Department had to post a notice on Facebook telling people not to call them if they saw what appeared...
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Jennifer Aniston shields her face from the sun on set
Daily MailDailymail.Com Reporter
It may be the first day of fall, but she's surely feeling the hit. And on Friday, Jennifer Aniston attempted to keep the sun's rays at bay as she shielded her face from the sun. The actress was seen on set of...
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Film Industry, Health Care Industry
'The most courageous person I knew': Man buries wife, then daughter she died trying to save
Washington PostRachel Chason
Life Lynn DeKlyen was born six days before her mother was buried. The infant died Wednesday, according to her family.
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Oscars Overhaul and Open Up Foreign Language Voting Process
The WrapSteve Pond
In advance of what is expected to be a record year for entries in the Oscars’ Best Foreign Language Film category, the Academy has made significant changes in the voting process used to select nominees. In a Thursday afternoon email to all...
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Road to Oscars 2018: The Early Award Season Contenders
Consequence of SoundDsuzannemayer
The Academy Awards may not return until March 4th, 2018, but we’re already approaching a certain type of filmgoer’s favorite time of the year: “Oscar season.” It’s far from the only film awards show of notable reputation at this point, but it...
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