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Actor Danny Kaye (left) clowns around with composer Frank Loesser while rehearsing a song for the 1952 film Hans Christian Andersen. Gjon Mili/Time Life Pictures/Getty Images hide caption

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How To Succeed In Showbiz: The Frank Loesser Story

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Elena Kagan's Supreme Court Nomination

Kagan Faces Questions On Views, Record

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Kagan Faces Questions On Views, Record

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Thurgood Marshall with George E.C. Hayes (left) and James M. Nabrit (right) outside the Supreme Court building on May 17, 1954. The three lawyers had just led the fight for abolition of segregation in public schools before the Supreme Court, which ruled that segregation was unconstitutional. AP hide caption

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Elena Kagan's Supreme Court Nomination

Kagan Quizzed About Thurgood Marshall's Record

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Kagan Quizzed About Thurgood Marshall's Record

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Want Your Bad Romance: Tortured lovers Bella (Kristen Stewart), still human for the moment, and Edward (Robert Pattinson), still a vampire, are at it again in the latest installment of the Twilight mega-franchise. Kimberley French/Summit Entertainment hide caption

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'Eclipse': Love In The Time Of Lycanthropy

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'Eclipse': Love In The Time Of Lycanthropy

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Cinematographers practice shooting live-action 3-D at Sony Pictures Studios in Culver City, Calif. Beth Dubber/Sony Pictures Entertainment hide caption

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3D Boot Camp: A New Dimension For Live-Action Film

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