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It's a mystery to some

Nancy Drew devotees debate new film's modern setting

By Robbie Brown
Globe Correspondent / June 16, 2007

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In the new movie "Nancy Drew," America's favorite girl detective moves from folksy River Heights to a swanky swath of Los Angeles. She finds herself in a valley of junior Lindsay Lohans , teeny-boppers who apparently share no DNA with the goody-goodies from her old high school. Her new classmates prefer shopping to sleuthing, and Nancy's plaid skirt and magnifying ... (Full article: 762 words)

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