Dr. Kinsey, on Page and Screen A novel by T.C. Boyle and a new film starring Liam Neeson both explore the personal life of Dr. Alfred Kinsey, who became famous in the 1940s and 1950s for his research into human sexual behavior. Tom Vitale reports.
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Dr. Kinsey, on Page and Screen

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A novel by T.C. Boyle and a new film starring Liam Neeson both explore the personal life of Dr. Alfred Kinsey, who became famous in the 1940s and 1950s for his research into human sexual behavior. Tom Vitale reports.

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