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Larry King Now

Celebrities, world leaders and Internet stars are interviewed.

Premiered: July 12, 2012

Rating: TV-14

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‘Odd Mom Out’ Stars Jill Kargman & Abby Elliott On Momzillas, ‘SNL’ & Donald Trump Season 4, Episode 134 Jun 26, 2016 Free

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Steven Spielberg in His Earlier Days
01:31 — Award-winning actor James Brolin discusses working with director Steven Spielberg, just before the young director would find success with “Jaws”.
James Brolin On David O. Russell’s “Nailed”
01:15 — Will Oscar-nominated director David O. Russell’s troubled feature film “Nailed” ever see the light of day? James Brolin sure hopes so. In this clip he (more…)
Kennedy’s Diplomacy Shown After Hurricane Sandy
01:01 — Author Scott Reich tells Larry King that there needs to be greater bi-partisanship in American government.
Actors, if Given the Right Place and Time, Will Be Parrots to Other Actors
01:43 — Actor Emile Hirsch explains why he didn’t watch Warren Beatty's 1976 version of Bonnie and Clyde.