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Arts Express: Alan Alda and Tea Leoni Talk Tower Heist

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Tower Heist: A Conversation With Stars Alan Alda and Tea Leoni. M*A*S*H vet Alan Alda and Tea Leoni talk class warfare cinema in Tower Heist and Fun With Dick And Jane, Walter Cronkite and Occupy Wall Street. While Alda has a strange story to tell about being ripped off himself in the real world, by a robber baron Madoff character just like the one he plays in this movie.

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**Poisoned Patriots: Marine Sgt. Jerry Ensminger on the line recounting his ongoing struggle against the US military to come clean about the water contamination and coverup in collusion with corporations, that left multiple cancer deaths and a dead children's cemetery at Camp Lejeune in its wake. As chronicled in the documentary, Semper Fi.

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Prairie Miller is a NY multimedia journalist online, in print and on radio, and on WBAI/Pacifica National Radio Network's Arts Express. Read more reviews by Prairie Miller. Contact her through NewsBlaze.

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