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August 11, 1991 | JOE LEYDON, Joe Leydon is the film critic of the Houston Post.
Stroll down the Main Street ramp to the police headquarters basement, step over the electrical cables and ease past the extras and the onlookers, and there it is: The slo-mo black-and-white nightmare of Nov. 24, 1963, time-warped to full color, flash-and-blood life. If you're of a certain age and remember that long Sunday, you know this dance of death by heart.
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August 11, 1991 | JOE LEYDON, Joe Leydon is the film critic of the Houston Post.
Stroll down the Main Street ramp to the police headquarters basement, step over the electrical cables and ease past the extras and the onlookers, and there it is: The slo-mo black-and-white nightmare of Nov. 24, 1963, time-warped to full color, flash-and-blood life. If you're of a certain age and remember that long Sunday, you know this dance of death by heart.
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October 22, 1988 | PEGGY ZIEGLER
It's fast, it's fresh, it's funny, and it tap, tap, taps into your heart in a blaze of Gower Champion glory. It's "42nd Street," and you're missing out on a humdinger of a good time if you miss this San Diego Civic Light Opera (Starlight) production, at the Civic Theatre through Oct. 30. The story of the little chorine, Peggy Sawyer, who becomes a star when the original star literally breaks a leg, is the stuff cliches are made of.
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