James B. Stewart

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The entertainment industry asks the question: what's the matter with kids today?  They used to go to movies. Now what are they doing?

Hollywood Asks, "What's the Matter with Kids Today?"

The entertainment industry asks the question: what's the matter with kids today? They used to go to movies. Now what are they doing?

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