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‘Pulp Fiction,’ ‘Forbidden Planet’ Added to National Film Registry

The U.S. Library of Congress today announced its annual selections for the National Film Registry. Each year 25 movies are selected to join the registry, which helps to preserve important films. This year’s selections are highlighted by such classics as Pulp Fiction and Mary Poppins. Other recognizable movies include Forbidden Planet, The Magnificent Seven, The Quiet Man, and Michael Moore …

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“Breakfast At Tiffany’s” Preserved In National Film Registry

“Breakfast At Tiffany’s”, the 1961 film based on the book by Truman Capote, now has the distinction of being added to the National Film Registry at the Library Of Congress, where it joins new additions “A League Of Their Own”, “Dirty Harry”, and “A Christmas Story”. The NFR was created as a way to preserve films which have significance in …

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