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Jon Patricof: 2012 Movie Box Office May Be The Biggest of All-Time

I wrote earlier this year that despite the predictions of the demise of movie theaters from market analysts, it looked like that the movies were set for one of their biggest years ever at the box office and the second-half hasn't let moviegoers or the movie industry down.
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