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Burpers & Wimperers

January 18, 1987

Cohan writes that his moviegoing has been ruined by crying babies as well as by defective prints. Mine has been too and also by out-of-focus projection.

Let's make a New Year's resolution, Lou and all readers, to do what my father always did in such circumstances: He asked for his money back. My father worked for Technicolor as a film technician, and he felt personally outraged when prints that he had taken great pains to process perfectly were projected abominably.

Let's not be embarrassed to demand more money back. Don't we ask for our money back when the half gallon of milk we bought yesterday turns out to be sour? Don't we return the shirt that shrank? For $5.50 we deserve a good quality product.

SARA LEIBER McKINNEY

Los Angeles

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