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Cinema communite

Group inspired to save local movie tradition

By Elizabeth Ross
Globe Correspondent / July 14, 2005

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On the evening of Oct. 28, 1999, Tom and Deborah McNulty showed two forgettable films at the Warwick, a small movie house they ran in the heart of Marblehead. As usual, the titles -- ''Jakob the Liar" and ''Mystery, Alaska" -- were displayed outside in big bold red letters on the theater's white marquee. (Full article: 901 words)

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