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'Mad' for perfect brows, true red bows

By Erica Corsano, Globe Correspondent
August 28, 2008

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With its smoke-filled offices, three-martini lunches, and bullet bras, AMC's break-out show, "Mad Men," takes viewers back to the early 1960s and the world of advertising. Besides its stellar acting, the show has won acclaim for its period detail, acclaim the show's makeup department head, Debbie Zoller (inset), is ecstatic about. Zoller's up for two Emmys (of the show's 16 ... (Full article: 561 words)

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