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Robert Osborne

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Posted 17 March 2017 - 03:29 AM

I will miss Robert Osborne.He had a lot of experience in his studied and reviewing of the corporate film making bushiness,than the current ones  on turner,except Maltin,although I did not agree with Robert  on many things ,since I studied the film for years.Even some time he made a boo boo.Nerveless he was accurate most of the time .

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