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A documentary celebrates her life

By Alison Arnett
Globe Staff / August 18, 2004

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Less than a week after Julia Child died in California, television viewers will have a chance to see her again in a one-hour WGBH documentary. It opens with some long-ago public television programs, her high-pitched warble salutes a chicken she is about to cut and her voice assures the viewer "If I can do it, you can do it -- ... (Full Article: 455 Words)

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