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Roger Ebert's Life Spent 'At the Movies' Ends at Age 70

  • Aired: 04/04/2013
  • 08:16
  • Rating: NR
Prolific film writer Roger Ebert famously decided a movie's fate with the turn of his thumb. After a long and physically debilitating battle with cancer, Ebert died at age 70. Hari Sreenivasan talks more about Ebert and his impact on the film industry with David Edelstein, film critic for New York Magazine and NPR's Fresh Air.
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