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FLASHBACK: MOVIE ATTENDANCE REACHES AN ALL-TIME LOW IN 1971. Hollywood learned from its mistakes in …

FLASHBACK: MOVIE ATTENDANCE REACHES AN ALL-TIME LOW IN 1971. Hollywood learned from its mistakes in the early ’70s. Can it do so again? I have some thoughts over at Ed Driscoll.com.
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