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Conversation Between The Great Artiste and Robert Siegel
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  1. Robert Siegel
    06-23-2011 10:03 PM
    Robert Siegel
    Hi, Rob here from The Silver Screen column. Can you please let me know why you mentioned that someone should proof read my articles? It's much easier to get details so I can fix things that may have gone wrong.

    Also, I have made a post there explaining why there is sometimes repetition. The idea of the column is to show what the movie studios presented at the time, and many of their features had some of the same information. I do weed out alot of that, but leave certain facts in if has to do with the paragraph and subject matter, to keep it as close to what was presented to the theaters and the public. That's the idea of the column, similar to keeping a movie as close to its original release.

    Thanks for reading.

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