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  • THE BLUE ANGEL (film): 09-26-2008
  • DESTRY RIDES AGAIN (film): 09-27-2008
  • SHANGHAI EXPRESS (film): 09-27-2008
  • Island Weirdness @ the Loew's: 12-05-2008 - 12-06-2008
  • Film Noir Weekend @ the Loew's: 02-27-2009 - 02-28-2009
  • Chills In Springtime @ Loew's: 03-27-2009 - 03-28-2009
  • Special Guests at Loews Jersey: 04-24-2009 - 04-25-2009
  • Legendary Laughs @ Loew's: 05-15-2009 - 05-16-2009
  • Roaring 20s @ The Loew's: 10-02-2009 - 10-03-2009
  • Horror on the Big Screen: 10-23-2009 - 10-24-2009
  • The Diary of Anne Frank: 11-15-2009
  • 3 Memorable Movies: 11-20-2009 - 11-21-2009
  • Deco on the Big Screen @ Loews: 01-29-2010 - 01-30-2010
  • Classic 50's Films at Loew's: 03-26-2010 - 03-27-2010
  • Iconic 60s Films at Loew's: 04-23-2010 - 04-24-2010
  • The Blues Brothers at JC Loews: 06-05-2010
  • Classic HORROR at Loews: 10-22-2010 - 10-23-2010
  • Sinatra on Screen at the Loews: 11-19-2010 - 11-20-2010
  • Holiday Movies at the Loew's: 12-10-2010 - 12-11-2010
  • Who-done-it? at Loews Jersey: 01-25-2011 - 01-26-2011
  • 'Before the Censors' at Loew's: 01-28-2011 - 01-29-2011
  • Tough Guys Playing for Laughs: 02-22-2011 - 02-23-2011
  • Bogie & Bacall at the Loew's: 02-25-2011 - 02-26-2011
  • Comedy Smorgasbord at Loew's: 03-25-2011 - 03-26-2011
  • Sci-Fi on Screen at the Loew's: 04-29-2011 - 04-30-2011
  • Valentino on the Big Screen: 05-01-2011
  • "Moving Images" at Loew's: 05-20-2011 - 05-21-2011
  • Great Movies. Great Scores.: 06-10-2011 - 06-11-2011
  • Caper Films at Loew's Jersey: 09-23-2011 - 09-24-2011
  • "The House on Haunted Hill" : 10-28-2011
  • Abbott & Costello Meet Franken: 10-29-2011
  • "The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari": 10-29-2011
  • BATMAN at the Loew's Jersey: 11-12-2011
  • "The Train" at Loew's Jersey : 11-18-2011
  • "Bridge on the River Kwai" : 11-19-2011
  • Hitchcock's "Saboteur" at Loew: 11-19-2011
  • "The Waltons" at Loews Jersey: 12-02-2011
  • "March of the Wooden Soldiers": 12-09-2011
  • Holiday Concert & "Oz" at Loew: 12-10-2011
  • "Cinema Paradiso" screening: 01-20-2012
  • Buster Keaton - Double Feature: 01-21-2012
  • "Purple Rose of Cairo" screens: 01-21-2012
  • "Carrie" & Piper Laurie: 01-28-2012
  • The Hustler & Piper Laurie: 01-28-2012
  • "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" : 02-24-2012
  • Hitchcock's "Psycho": 02-25-2012
  • "Double Indemnity": 02-25-2012
  • "The Big Lebowski" : 03-30-2012
  • "Pulp Fiction" at Loew's J: 03-31-2012
  • "Fargo" at Loew's J: 03-31-2012
  • Hitchcock's "Lifeboat" : 04-27-2012
  • "Poseidon Adventure" Loew's J: 04-28-2012
  • "A Night to Remember" at LJ: 04-28-2012
  • The Producers - Loew's Jersey: 06-01-2012
  • My Man Godfrey - Loew's Jersey: 06-02-2012
  • "Bringing Up Baby": 06-02-2012
  • MOTHRA at Loew's J: 06-08-2012
  • Harry Potter at Loew's J: 06-09-2012
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  • "Marnie" : 09-28-2012
  • "Dr. No": 09-29-2012
  • "Goldfinger": 09-29-2012
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  • "The Sentinel" LateNite Horror: 10-27-2012
  • "A Matter of Life & Death" : 11-17-2012
  • "Wings" - Silent w' LIVE Organ: 11-17-2012
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  • "Bus Stop" -- Marilyn Monroe: 11-18-2012
  • Meet Sally Kellerman & see M*A*S*H at the Loews: 05-03-2013
  • Cut to the Chase on the Big Screen: 09-27-2013 - 09-28-2013
  • Horror Is Universal at Loews Jersey: 10-26-2013
  • Sherlock Holmes DOUBLE FEATURE: 11-22-2013
  • BATMAN: 11-23-2013
  • "Miracle on 34th Street" : 12-14-2013
  • "Cat On A Hot Tin Roof" - part of Heating Up Janua: 01-30-2014
  • "White Heat" starring James Cagney - part of Heati: 01-31-2014
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  • Classic Films featuring New York City of yesteryear: 04-25-2014 - 04-26-2014
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  • Nosferatu/Frankenstein/The Haunting: 10-24-2014 - 10-25-2014
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Dec 10 starting at 6:30PM at the Landmark Loew's Jersey Theatre, 54 Journal Square, Jersey City, NJ. 07306  (201) 798-6055  www.loewsjersey.org

Admission for BOTH the Concert AND "Wizard of Oz" is just $10 adults / $7 kids & seniors.


Get into the spirit of the season by enjoying Christmas carols & holiday songs  played on one of the most extraordinary instruments in the Metropolitan Area, plus vocalists.  And experience a great old movie theatre tradition brought back to life:  the sing-along, with words projected on screen, for several of the songs.

Followed by . . .

"The Wizard of Oz" starring Judy Garland.  One of the most beloved movies of all time will give you a warm, happy glow for the holiday season.  Shown in 35mm on our BIG 50ft wide screen.


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Dec. 9  8PM  at the Landmark Loew's Jersey Theatre, 54 Journal Square, Jersey City, NJ 07306  (201) 798-6055  www.loewsjersey.org

1934, 70 mins., B&W.  In 35mm on our BIG 50ft wide screen.

$7 adults / $5 kids & seniors

“The March of the Wooden Soldiers” is the reissue title for 1934’s “Babes in Toyland” starring Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy. It was produced by Hal Roach, and based on an operetta by Victor Herbert.  L&H are bumbling apprentices to the master toymaker who supplies Santa Claus.  They live in Toyland, a fairytale land populated by all the Mother Goose characters we remember from childhood – and one mean villain who threatens to foreclose on the widow who owns the house where L&H live, unless the widow’s lovely daughter agrees to marry him, and not her true love.  L&H try to help, but only make matters worse.  Soon afterwards, the villain is leading the Bogeymen – terrible creatures who live in the frightening world beyond Toyland’s boarders – in a charge to overrun and ravish the fairytale community.  But at the last minute, it’s one of L&H’s mistakes that saves the day.  Wonderfully charming and corny at the same time, the movie is a classic that is enormously entertaining to young and old alike.  It doesn’t hurt that for anyone who grew up in the New York area in the last 60 years, watching “The March of the Wooden Soldiers” on TV was a Holiday tradition.  But the movie’s real staying power is the unique appeal of Laurel & Hardy.  Unlike the other great comedy teams, L&H’s comedy wasn’t really rooted in slapstick, but rather in the big and small foibles of being human.  You laugh at them even as you identify with them, and that’s why they’re still both very funny and very touching all these decades later.  And in turn, that’s why “The March of the Wooden Soldiers”, arguably the pair’s most imaginative movie, is a timeless joy.   




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Part of Remembering World War II at the Movies Weekend
« Reply #116 on: 11-16-2011, 03:38pm »
Saturday, November 19  8:20PM
“Bridge on the River Kwai”  Starring Alec Guinness, William Holden, Sessue Hayakawa.  1957, 161mins, Color.
“The Bridge on the River Kwai” ranks as one of the greatest films of all time, combining sweeping vision with human scale, and is arguably director David Lean's best film. It is a riveting dramatization of the peculiar cruelty of the Pacific Theatre in WWII, and of the madness and bravery inherent in all war. The story is loosely based on the historical construction of the Burma Railway by the POWs and forced civilian conscripts who were used by the occupying Japanese as slave labor. Alec Guinness is British Col. Nicholson, commander of the POWs who are ordered by Japanese commandant Col. Saito (Sessue Hayakawa) to build a bridge over a nearby river. Though he refuses at first, the British officer ultimately agrees and, unexpectedly, becomes obsessed with building the bridge to the highest standards, losing sight of the fact that his obsession will benefit his enemy. William Holden is an escaped POW sent back with commandos to destroy the bridge. The film is famous in part for its depiction of the brutal conditions of Japanese POW camps – which, in real life, were even harsher than shown in the movie. The cinematography is also striking, with vivid location filming in Ceylon (now Sri Lanka). But the heart of the film is Alec Guinness’ performance as the obsessively principled Col. Nicholson. In a lesser film and with a lesser actor, the character might have been simplified into a madman or martyr, but in “The Bridge on the River Kwai” no significant character is either purely a hero or purely a villain, and Guinness truly animates this ambiguity. The film's closing line is among the best-known and most enigmatic closings in screen history. The film received seven Academy Awards, including Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Actor (Guinness).

$7 for Adults, $5 for Seniors (65+) and Children (12 & younger).

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Part of Remembering World War II at the Movies Weekend
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6PM  Nov. 19.  “Saboteur” Directed by Alfred Hitchcock.  Staring Robert Cummings, Priscilla Lane, Norman Lloyd.  1942, 115mins., B&W.
An American aircraft plant worker is accused of sabotaging his factory and causing the death of a co-worker just as the US is entering WWII. But in truth, the worker is a fall guy of a devious ring of Nazi spies headed up by a seemingly solid citizen. The wrongly accused man sets out on a desperate chase to find the genuine saboteur, all the while being pursued himself by the police. Along the way, he acquires a beautiful but reluctant “traveling” companion. Of course, there’s great tension, action and even a little bit of humor as the two make their way across the country. If these plot elements are not exactly unfamiliar to Hitchcock fans, here the “Master” is certainly in top form, blending them into one of his most suspenseful films. It’s worth noting that movies related to WWII that were made during the war were often intended not just to entertain, but to warn of the dangers of domestic espionage, inspire patriotism and reassure audiences that liberty would triumph in the end. “Saboteur did all of these things, and ends with one of the most memorable and stirring scenes of any war related film.

$7 for Adults, $5 for Seniors (65+) and Children (12 & younger).

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Loew's Jersey Theatre, 54 Journal Square, Jersey City, NJ 07306.

“The Train”  Starring Burt Lancaster & Paul Scofield.  Directed by John Frankenheimer.  1964, 133mins, B&W.
Based on an actual WWII incident, the movie is a rare combination of exceptional action sequences with a dramatic and thought-provoking narrative. At virtually all costs, the French Resistance is trying to stop a train loaded with stolen art from going back to Nazi Germany as the Allies approach Paris.  Shooting on location in deep focus black-and-white, using real trains, train yards and stations, and surrounding stars Burt Lancaster and Paul Scofield with a French supporting cast, director John Frankenheimer created a galvanizing realism that not only gives an extraordinary look to the film but also reinforces palpable tension while underlining the human cost of a mission that offers only symbolic rewards. The depth of characterization created by the screenwriters and actors renders the action – and its outcome – all the more potent. The extensive photography of real steam trains and train facilities, especially in action sequences, is a key ingredient in the movie’s thrilling realism, but is also, it must be said, a true treat for rail enthusiasts. And Lancaster famously did his own stunt work, adding an extra degree of realism to the action and the intensity to his typically powerful performance. The influence of the intelligently and superbly composed thrills of “The Train” can be seen in Bullitt (1968), The French Connection (1971) and Speed (1994).  In 35mm.

$7 for Adults, $5 for Seniors (65+) and Children (12 & younger).
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Re: Batman - The Landmark Loew's Jersey, Sat, Nov 12, 2011
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Lee Meriwether, who played Catwoman in 1966 "Batman" movie, will attend Jersey City screening at Landmark Loew's Jersey Theatre in Journal Square
Published: Friday, November 04, 2011, 3:00 AM
By Charles Hack/The Jersey Journal

Fans who are batty for Catwoman can meet actress Lee Meriwether, who played the feline felon in the 1966 “Batman” feature film that screens Nov. 12 in Journal Square.

Meriwether, now 76, will be appearing in person to share memories and answer fans’ questions at the Landmark Loew’s Jersey Theatre, 54 Journal Square in Jersey City at 7 p.m. before the screening the Batman movie at 8 p.m. as part of the NJ Comic Expo that is being held in Teaneck.

The 20th Century-Fox movie “Batman” was a spinoff of the television series that starred Adam West as Batman and Burt Ward as Robin and was aired by ABC from 1966 to 1968.

For more information, contact Jeron at (973) 626-6620. Tickets can be purchased by calling Brown Paper Bag Tickets at 1-800-838-3006 or visiting http://www.brownpapertickets.com.

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Batman - The Landmark Loew's Jersey, Sat, Nov 12, 2011
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Batman The Movie (1966) Trailer


Title:     Batman (1966)
When:   Sat, Nov 12, 2011  7:00 pm
Where:  The Landmark Loew's Jersey - Jersey City


Description
Presented by NJ Comic Expo in conjunction with their Holy Batvention on November 12 & 13 in Teaneck, NJ.
The live event begins at 7:00 PM and can be attended by purchasing a combo ticket for $15 (which includes movie admission). Those who wish to only see the film can do so at 8:00 PM for $5.

The combo price includes time with Lee Meriwether (the movie's Catwoman). Ms. Meriwether is also a former Miss America. There will be a short video presentation and time to talk with her and any of the other stars who may come from the convention to the Theatre.

The movie will begin at 8:00 PM and will include music from the Wonder Organ as people are let in.

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Cabinet of Dr. Caligari - Silent Classic with LIVE ORGAN
« Reply #111 on: 10-15-2011, 10:05pm »
The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari Starring Werner Krauss, Conrad Veidt.  Directed by Robert Wiene.  1919  69mins.  B&W. 

Silent With LIVE ORGAN Accompaniment.

At the landmark Loew's Jersey Theatre, 54 Journal Square, Jersey City, NJ   (201) 798-6055  www.loewsjersey.org

Seeing this landmark, famously creepy movie back on the big screen with live organ accompaniment isn't "just" a screening -- it's a spectacular Halloween event. Long before the demented horror of Psycho, before the stylized sets and long shadows of Universal horror movies, even before the Expressionist-infuses Nosferatu -- there was The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari, a horror story involving hypnotism, madness, sleepwalking, murder, and sexual threat. Upon its release, it was hailed both in Germany and the United States as a masterpiece that elevated moving pictures to the realm of high art. Its highly stylized, often nightmare-like sets, stark lighting and shadows, and angled cinematography perfectly fit its theme of madness and disorientation, and made it perhaps the most visually striking movie yet produced. It defined the look of German Expressionist cinema -- which went on to influence American horror films, Orson Welles, Film Noir, Hitchcock, and more. Long hailed as a cinematic landmark, virtually every aspect of the film has been discussed and lauded. But the most fundamental and remarkable thing about the movie is its enduring power to scare the viewer. From the aghast faces in the very first shot to the final chilling scene, it remains a very frightening movie. Nearly a century's worth of movie making, including special effects and budgets that could not be dreamed of in 1919, has produced few films that can compare. (And yes, the man playing the hypnotist's "somnambulist" is a young Conrad Veidt, who 23 years later and a continent away would play Major Strasser in Casablanca.) 


$9 for Adults, $7 for Seniors (65+) and Children (12 & younger).
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Abbott & Costello Meet Frankenstein  Also starring Bela Lugosi & Lon Chaney, Jr.  1948  83mins.   B&W.

This movie is really two for one because in addition to Abbott & Costello, the three most iconic characters of Universal Picture's now legendary classic horror are brought together here: Dracula is in search of a "simple, pliable" brain with which to revive the long dormant Frankenstein Monster. It turns out that the "ideal" brain belongs to the hapless Lou Costello. Soon, Laurence Talbot, better known as The Wolf Man, arrives to warn Costello and his pal Bud Abbott about Dracula's plans. Both horror and hilarity ensue. What makes this movie so good is that the monsters are played more or less straight and not for laughs even as they are matched against the trademark comedy of Abbott and Costello. What's even more remarkable is that two of the three are played by the actors who created them on screen: Lon Chaney, Jr. in his signature role as The Wolf Man and Bela Lugosi as Dracula; remarkably, though he played numerous vampire and vampire-like characters over the years, this was the first time since creating the role in 1931 that Lugosi again played "Dracula" -- a character that is owned on film by Universal. (Boris Karloff turned down the request to reprise his most famous role, so Frankenstein's Monster was played by Glenn Strange.) Fans of classic comedy AND classic horror won't be disappointed.

$7 for Adults, $5 for Seniors (65+) and Children (12 & younger).


At the Landmark Loew's Jersey Theatre, 54 Journal Square, Jersey City, NJ
(201) 798-6055
www.loewsjersey.org
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The House On Haunted Hill  Starring Vincent Price.  Directed by William Castle.  1958  75mins.  B&W.    Screened with EMERGO!
PLUS – Q&A with William Castle’s Grandson

There can be a very fine line between horror and camp in the movies, and too often it is crossed from former to latter unintentionally, with less than good result. But William Castle, an auteur (so to speak) of 1950s B movie making, deliberately set out to blend the two by telling outlandishly macabre stories with a mischievous wink to his audience. The House On Haunted Hill is perhaps his best work of all. Vincent Price lives in a foreboding mansion where seven murders have been committed. To a small group that's gathered in the mansion, he offers $10,000 to anyone who can stay and survive the night there. Needless to say, bad things soon start happening. A great deal of the film's success owes to Price, who alternated between pure ham and quiet subtlety with remarkable aplomb and great effect. Price had begun his association with macabre horror a few years earlier in House of Wax, but here he cemented his star status in the horror genre. Though almost everything about The House on Haunted Hill has since been copied, the original still seems fresh and fun. Don't miss this chance to see it back on the big screen, and while your at it, celebrate the 100th Anniversary of Vincent Price's birth.

At the Landmark Loew's Jersey Theatre, 54 Journal Square, Jersey City
(201) 798-6055
www.loewsjersey.org

Tickets: $7 adults / $5 kids (12 & younger) & seniors (65+)
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Caper Films at Loew's Jersey - September 23-24
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Re: Great Movies. Great Scores. - Loew's Jersey, June 10-11
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Cinephiles are in for a treat as the Landmark Loew’s Jersey Theatre in Journal Square presents acclaimed director Stanley Kubrick’s tour-de-force “Barry Lyndon” on at 7:45 p.m.on Friday, May 20, 2011.

On Saturday, May 21st, the Loew’s screens both Terrance Malick’s visually stunning “Days of Heaven” (at 6:00 p.m.) and F.W. Murnau’s incredibly beautiful silent classic “Sunrise,” shown with live organ accompaniment, at 8:00 p.m.

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"Moving Images" - Loew's Jersey, May 20-21
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Valentino on the Big Screen in "The Eagle" - May 1
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The Loew’s Jersey is a classic American Movie Palace now operating as a non-profit arts center by Friends of the Loew’s, Inc., a tax-exempt organization. The enjoyment of classic film is an important part of our mission, and we show movies on our big, 50ft wide screen. We’re minutes from the New Jersey Turnpike Exit 15E, Routes 1&9 and 3, and the Lincoln and Holland Tunnels. Off-street, discount parking available for Theatre patrons at Square Ramp Garage. We’re also minutes from Manhattan and Newark’s Penn Station via PATH.

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1 Matrix + 2 Things = Sci-Fi on Screen - April 29-30
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The Loew’s Jersey is a classic American Movie Palace now operating as a non-profit arts center by Friends of the Loew’s, Inc., a tax-exempt organization. The enjoyment of classic film is an important part of our mission, and we show movies on our big, 50ft wide screen. We’re minutes from the New Jersey Turnpike Exit 15E, Routes 1&9 and 3, and the Lincoln and Holland Tunnels. Off-street, discount parking available for Theatre patrons at Square Ramp Garage. We’re also minutes from Manhattan and Newark’s Penn Station via PATH.

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Comedy Smorgasbord Onscreen at Loew's Jersey - March 25-26
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We'll be there.
"I can't help it, I'm a greedy slob. It's my hobby." -- D.D.

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Bogie & Bacall: Back on the Big Screen - February 25 & 26, 2011
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The Loew’s Jersey is a classic American Movie Palace now operating as a non-profit arts center by Friends of the Loew’s, Inc., a tax-exempt organization. The enjoyment of classic film is an important part of our mission, and we show movies on our big, 50ft wide screen. We’re minutes from the New Jersey Turnpike Exit 15E, Routes 1&9 and 3, and the Lincoln and Holland Tunnels. Off-street, discount parking available for Theatre patrons at Square Ramp Garage. We’re also minutes from Manhattan and Newark’s Penn Station via PATH.

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Holiday Movies at the Loew's - December 10-11, 2010
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Remembering Sinatra on Screen at the Loew's - November 19-20
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I cannot wait for the Nosferatu screening. 

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Classic Movie HORROR at Loew's Jersey - October 22 & 23, 2010
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Classic Movie HORROR at Loew's Jersey - October 22 & 23, 2010
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