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MOORE THE MERRIER

Disney has reportedly given Miramax chiefs Bob and Harvey Weinstein the go-ahead to buy back Michael Moore's controversial anti-Dubya doc, Fahrenheit 9/11, clearing the way for the pair to release it through a new distributor. As previously reported, the Mouse House refused to release the pic on the grounds that it "was not appropriate for Disney, a family entertainment company, to be the distributor of a politically charged movie in an election year."

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Disney has reportedly given Miramax chiefs Bob and Harvey Weinstein the go-ahead to buy back Michael Moore's controversial anti-Dubya doc, Fahrenheit 9/11, clearing the way for the pair to release it through a new distributor. As previously reported, the Mouse House refused to release the pic on the grounds that it "was not appropriate for Disney, a family entertainment company, to be the distributor of a politically charged movie in an election year."