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This Day in Film History:
October 31


1921:

D.W. Griffith's The Musketeers of Pig Alley, reportedly the first organized crime film, opens.
Source: Censored Hollywood

1976:

Carrie, the first Stephen King novel brought to film, opens.

1993:

A heart attack takes Italian film legend Frederico Fellini in Rome.

1993:

River Phoenix dies at age 23 from a drug-induced heart attack outside the Viper Room in Hollywood.





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This Day in Film History had absolutely nothing to do with the production of the movie Holy Man.
     


 
 

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