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Support Local Biz: October 15, 2008

Submitted by on October 15, 2008 – 10:53 AM4 Comments

The first installment of a mini-movie series about the works of Oliver Stone is now live at the Museum of the Moving Image website. Co-produced by Kevin B. Lee and Matt Zoller Seitz, the series also features voice-over narration by one David Bunting, a.k.a. Mr. Stupidhead.

The series begins with a discussion of patriotism and symbology in Born on the Fourth of July.

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  • Margaret in CO says:

    Wow, famous siblings! Y'all are like the Osmonds! ;-)

    That's so cool!

  • La BellaDonna says:

    Sars, congratulations to both you and to Mr. Stupidhead! That's wonderful news! You must both be preening and punching each other in the arm with the happiness of it all!

  • Mr. Stupidhead says:

    I'm great!

  • Margaret in CO says:

    "Mr. Stupidhead Says:

    October 16th, 2008 at 7:11 am
    I'm great!"

    Hee. You're a little bit rock'n'roll!

    You ARE great! GO MR. STUPIDHEAD!!!

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