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This Day in Film History:
July 22


1893:

James Whale, director of Universal's Frankenstein and subject of the 1998 Ian McKellan film Gods and Monsters, is born in Dudley, England.

1999:

Roger Ebert writes an editorial in Variety decrying the MPAA's rating system, focusing on changes forced upon Eyes Wide Shut.

2002:

Austin Powers in Goldmember opens, setting a record for July openers. The Mike Myers film rakes in $73.07 million on more than 3,600 screens.





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