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June 28, 2009 | Bryan Burrough, Burrough, a special correspondent at Vanity Fair, is author of "Public Enemies: America's Greatest Crime Wave and the Birth of the FBI, 1933-34."
Hollywood makes myths and always has, and I guess that's as it should be. Moviegoers want to be entertained, after all, so moviemakers have long burnished history to make it more entertaining. From "Birth of a Nation" all the way up to "Mississippi Burning," "The Untouchables" and the little-remembered CIA-in-Laos film "Air America," the facts of American history have marched off to battle with Hollywood myth and, sadly, at least for me, lost almost every time.
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