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February 24, 2005 | Michael Hiltzik
Having come of age in the '70s, I am certainly familiar with "Deep Throat" as a cultural phenomenon: its status as the epitome of "porno chic," the way it made Linda Lovelace a household name, Bob Woodward's appropriation of the title as the code name for his secret Watergate source. With "Deep Throat" the prodigious profit-making machine, however, I was unfamiliar until recently.
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March 10, 2005 | Michael Hiltzik
As readers of the letters to the editor in last Sunday's Los Angeles Times Business section may have noticed, the producers of a new documentary about the X-rated movie "Deep Throat" have thrown a tantrum over my recent column challenging their key contention about the movie's success. Their assertion is that "Deep Throat" has grossed $600 million, and therefore ranks as the most profitable movie in history. The technical term I employed was "baloney."
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BUSINESS
March 10, 2005 | Michael Hiltzik
As readers of the letters to the editor in last Sunday's Los Angeles Times Business section may have noticed, the producers of a new documentary about the X-rated movie "Deep Throat" have thrown a tantrum over my recent column challenging their key contention about the movie's success. Their assertion is that "Deep Throat" has grossed $600 million, and therefore ranks as the most profitable movie in history. The technical term I employed was "baloney."
BUSINESS
February 24, 2005 | Michael Hiltzik
Having come of age in the '70s, I am certainly familiar with "Deep Throat" as a cultural phenomenon: its status as the epitome of "porno chic," the way it made Linda Lovelace a household name, Bob Woodward's appropriation of the title as the code name for his secret Watergate source. With "Deep Throat" the prodigious profit-making machine, however, I was unfamiliar until recently.
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February 9, 2005 | From Reuters
"Deep Throat," the infamous 1972 film that led to a government crackdown on pornography, is being rereleased in theaters, Daily Variety reported Tuesday. The release of the Linda Lovelace film, which was banned at the time in 23 states, coincides with the premiere of the documentary "Inside Deep Throat," which explores the cultural effect of the film and hits theaters in L.A., New York, San Francisco and Boston on Friday.
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November 23, 2003 | Bob Baker, Times Staff Writer
His hands flying above his spiked hair, Brian Grazer is flinging metaphors, connecting dots across three decades, trying to explain why for years he's been obsessed with the cultural significance of the 1972 porn classic "Deep Throat."
ENTERTAINMENT
February 9, 2005 | From Reuters
"Deep Throat," the infamous 1972 film that led to a government crackdown on pornography, is being rereleased in theaters, Daily Variety reported Tuesday. The release of the Linda Lovelace film, which was banned at the time in 23 states, coincides with the premiere of the documentary "Inside Deep Throat," which explores the cultural effect of the film and hits theaters in L.A., New York, San Francisco and Boston on Friday.
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