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Stuntman Lobbies for Oscar Recognition

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Stuntman Loren Janes is pushing the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences to award an Oscar to professional stuntpeople — a man and a woman — who have been in the business 30 years or more. Janes is one of Hollywood's most successful stuntmen, and co-founder of the Stuntmen's Association of Motion Pictures.

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