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What old movies to show and NOT to show your kids By Margaret Anderson

Like many of you, Friday night is our family movie night. I make a pizza, a huge bowl of popcorn, then flop down on the couch with the kids after a long, harried week, grateful the Saturday morning chores are still a good 12 hours away.

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