Show Business: Animal House Goes to War

Steven Spielberg makes 1941, a "stupidly outrageous"film

Comedy is not my forte. I don't know how this movie will come out. And yes, I'm scared. I'm like the Cowardly Lion, and two successes back to back have not strengthened my belief in my ability to deliver." Surely that Cowardly Lion can't be Director Steven Spielberg, whose blockbusters, Jaws and Close Encounters of the Third Kind, have already grossed $630 million. It is, however, and he has an explanation for his chattering teeth: "All the movies I've made are different. Jaws was not like Close Encounters, and neither has any...

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