Hollywood's Non-Liberals

Discussion in 'Politics' started by Adam's Apple, Nov 23, 2004.

  1. Adam's Apple

    Adam's Apple Senior Member

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    Hollywood’s Heroes: NewsMax Magazine Names 25 Best Stars
    Who are America’s 25 Best Stars?

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  2. nbdysfu

    nbdysfu Member

    Nov 17, 2003
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    gary sinise? huh... funny thing about the Steppenwolfe theater company. I thought I heard a few months ago John Malkovich got fed up and left France, publicly stating his disgust with the french government. And yet their careers began with wonders like the movie version of "Of Mice and Men." Strange.

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