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A Life in the Theater: A veteran actor who's seen it all and a young, up-and-comer join for a season of reperatory theatre.

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Released: October 09, 1993
Genres: Drama Comedy
Director: Gregory Mosher
Actors: Jack Lemmon Matthew Broderick

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