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Tell Them Who You Are (11-Sep-2004)

Director: Mark Wexler

Writers: Robert DeMaio; Mark Wexler

Keywords: Documentary

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Peter Bart
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Verna Bloom
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Billy Crystal
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Michael Douglas
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Jane Fonda
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Milos Forman
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Troy Garity
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Tom Hayden
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Dennis Hopper
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Ron Howard
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Norman Jewison
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Irvin Kershner
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George Lucas
Film Director
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Albert Maysles
Film Director
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Paul Newman
Actor
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Sidney Poitier
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Julia Roberts
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John Sayles
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28-Sep-1950   The Secret of Roan Inish
Martin Sheen
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Lee Tamahori
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Studs Terkel
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Cinematographer
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Jonathan Winters
Comic
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