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September 15, 2000 | From Associated Press
George W. Bush, who rails against the "pervasiveness of violence" in Hollywood, served for a decade on the board of a company that financed more than two dozen R-rated movies, including one in which a hitchhiker rips a young woman's body in two. His presidential campaign said Thursday that Bush played no role in Silver Screen Management Co.'
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September 15, 2000 | From Associated Press
George W. Bush, who rails against the "pervasiveness of violence" in Hollywood, served for a decade on the board of a company that financed more than two dozen R-rated movies, including one in which a hitchhiker rips a young woman's body in two. His presidential campaign said Thursday that Bush played no role in Silver Screen Management Co.'
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September 21, 2000
Dick Cheney recently blasted Al Gore and Joseph I. Lieberman "for 'hypocrisy' for lashing at Hollywood marketing and then turning around to 'schmooze' and take millions in contributions" (Sept. 15). Fine argument, except they took contributions from some of the world's leading creative artists, including Barbra Streisand and Steven Spielberg. Gore did not, to my knowledge, take any money from Silver Screen Management Co., which had George W. Bush on its board of directors when it made the terrifyingly gory murder movie "The Hitcher" (Sept.
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