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Megawestern

MON-WED 1/31-2/2 In the spring of 1979, Michael Cimino was king of Hollywood. His incendiary Vietnam War saga The Deer Hunter had sold bushels of tickets and generated barrels of ink en route to its Best Picture Oscar. The 35-year-old…
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Reel World

The Big House Anyone know what film is going to be showing at the new AMC 1000 Van Ness 14-plex movie house when it opens its doors on Friday, July 3? Reel World doesn't, and neither does AMC. Danny Glover's…
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United's Bulbs Brighter I am the manager of United Artists Metro Theater on Union Street in Cow Hollow. I want to answer the criticism regarding my operation in "SF Weekly's Ultimate Guide to Bay Area Filmgoing" (Nov. 6). Your report…
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The Future of Moviegoing: A Round-Table Discussion

Fox: Let's start with a general question. There's a perception that San Francisco is a first-rate film town. Is that true? Bill, you want to start? Banning: Well, I think it's definitely true. It's the most vibrant scene in the…
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Reel World

My Brilliant Career The gawky S.F. State grad, proud of his new degree in film production, couldn't help overhearing the United Artists Theaters exec huddling with his minions. "Don't go hire some film buff," one staffer cautioned the boss. "That's…
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