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January 18, 2010

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Claude Rains played the Phantom of the Opera? That's a movie I want to see. He'd be great, "all swirling capes, brooding glares, and gloomy pounding on pianos and lurking in corners."

He did. Alas, the movie wasn't very good . . . but he was!

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