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March 5, 1992 | DAVID GRITTEN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The rehabilitation of Josef Locke, the Irish tenor whose tempestuous life forms the subject of the current movie "Hear My Song," is complete. Locke lived in enforced exile from Britain for several years because he owed substantial sums in back taxes. But he was the guest of honor at a royal premiere of the film in London Tuesday night, attended by Princess Diana. After the movie was screened, director Peter Chelsom introduced Locke to the audience, who gave him a standing ovation.
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March 5, 1992 | DAVID GRITTEN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The rehabilitation of Josef Locke, the Irish tenor whose tempestuous life forms the subject of the current movie "Hear My Song," is complete. Locke lived in enforced exile from Britain for several years because he owed substantial sums in back taxes. But he was the guest of honor at a royal premiere of the film in London Tuesday night, attended by Princess Diana. After the movie was screened, director Peter Chelsom introduced Locke to the audience, who gave him a standing ovation.
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ENTERTAINMENT
March 5, 1992 | DAVID GRITTEN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The rehabilitation of Josef Locke, the Irish tenor whose tempestuous life forms the subject of the current movie "Hear My Song," is complete. Locke lived in enforced exile from Britain for several years because he owed substantial sums in back taxes. But he was the guest of honor at a royal premiere of the film in London Tuesday night, attended by Princess Diana. After the movie was screened, director Peter Chelsom introduced Locke to the audience, which gave him a standing ovation.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 5, 1992 | DAVID GRITTEN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The rehabilitation of Josef Locke, the Irish tenor whose tempestuous life forms the subject of the current movie "Hear My Song," is complete. Locke lived in enforced exile from Britain for several years because he owed substantial sums in back taxes. But he was the guest of honor at a royal premiere of the film in London Tuesday night, attended by Princess Diana. After the movie was screened, director Peter Chelsom introduced Locke to the audience, which gave him a standing ovation.
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