January 2006
Daily Variety;1/6/2006, Vol. 290 Issue 4, p21
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The article presents a calendar of events featuring motion pictures shown on various theaters in New York City from January 6-12, 2006. "Dog Day Afternoon" will be shown at Sunshine Cinemas on January 6. "Barry Lyndon" will be presented at Roy and Niuta Titus Theaters on January 6. Makor will show "Duck Soup" January 7. Producer Bennet Miller will discuss his film "Capote" at the Museum of the Moving Image on January 7. Movie critic John Anderson will introduce the film "The Third Man" at the Museum of the Moving Image on January 7.


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