April 2004
Daily Variety;4/8/2004, Vol. 283 Issue 4, p15
Trade Publication
Presents information on motion picture releases in the U.S. compiled as of April 8, 2004. Release dates and changes; Films slated to debut during the weekend; Top Western films based on box-office results.


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