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Don Hewitt

Birth Name: Donald Shepard Hewitt

Birth Place: New York, NY

Died: August 19, 2009

Profession: Producer, Director

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CBS News Legend Don Hewitt Dies at 86

Don Hewitt, the CBS News legend who created many of the hallmarks of television news, including its most successful show, 60 Minutes, has died, CBS News reported Tuesday. He was 86. Over a career lasting more than six decades, Hewitt directed Edward… Read more

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Sleepers - Trailer
03:25 — In this dark thriller based on the controversial bestseller by Lorenzo Carcaterra, four friends make a terrible mistake that will change their lives f (more…)
Malcolm X
01:53 — Outstanding chronicle of one of America's most controversial black leaders, assassinated in 1965. Washington's portrayal is incredible!

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Mon Jan 23 9:00am
Malcolm X MAX

The issue of racism in America is explored in this biography chronicling the life and death of assassinated civil-rights leader Malcolm X.

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Thu Jan 26 2:25am
Someone like You STZEN

A talk-show staffer (Ashley Judd) recovers from a broken heart by researching male mating patterns and rooming with her playboy pal (Hugh Jackman) in this tepid romance. Ellen Barkin is a sassy delight as a talk-show host. Greg Kinnear costars. Tony Goldwy (more…)

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Thu Feb 2 6:30am
You Can Count on Me SHO

Laura Linney and Mark Ruffalo play a vastly different sister and brother who are reunited when he returns to their sleepy New York home town to borrow money from her. Matthew Broderick, Rory Culkin, Jon Tenney. Directed by Kenneth Lonergan.

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  • Birth Name: Donald Shepard Hewitt
  • Birth Place: New York, NY
  • Died: August 19, 2009
  • Profession: Producer, Director

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