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Hollywood Sees Slight Dip in 2003 Ticket Sales

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Hollywood Sees Slight Dip in 2003 Ticket Sales

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Hollywood Sees Slight Dip in 2003 Ticket Sales

Hollywood Sees Slight Dip in 2003 Ticket Sales

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The U.S. film industry reports a solid year at the box office, but most of the big money is tied to a few major successes, led by the Disney animated film Finding Nemo. Overall ticket sales are down a bit from 2002. NPR's Bob Edwards talks with Los Angeles Times movie critic Kenneth Turan.

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