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January 16, 1990 | CHARLES CHAMPLIN, TIMES ARTS EDITOR
Television, and after it the videocasette recorder and player, have done miraculous things for the theatrical motion picture. They have pried open the doors to its long-closed vaults. They've created an easy-access library stocked with all the surviving classics and the endless creaky clinkers as well. Every viewer can be as much of a film historian as he or she cares to be.
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January 16, 1990 | CHARLES CHAMPLIN, TIMES ARTS EDITOR
Television, and after it the videocasette recorder and player, have done miraculous things for the theatrical motion picture. They have pried open the doors to its long-closed vaults. They've created an easy-access library stocked with all the surviving classics and the endless creaky clinkers as well. Every viewer can be as much of a film historian as he or she cares to be.
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May 25, 1990 | From Associated Press
People glanced at them, not because of their celebrity but because of their faces, which marked them as fighters, to some objects of curiosity. Neither Frank Szuzina nor Tom O'Shea made a mark on boxing as Rocky Graziano did, nor have they achieved the level of recognition reached by the former middleweight champion. The Rock, however, left his mark on them, and the two old pros came to St. Patrick's Cathedral today to say farewell to Graziano, who died Tuesday night.
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