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It's tough to talk like a true Bostonian

January 25, 2004

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Everyone in movies mangles a Boston accent. It flummoxed Robert Mitchum in "The Friends of Eddie Coyle." Robin Williams's stab at it in "Good Will Hunting" was like fingernails on a blackboard. The Kennedy accents in the movie and television takes about them over the years have been ghastly. Most recently, the stars of "Mystic River" sounded as if they ... (Full Article: 341 Words)

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