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Samuel R. Murrian

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Film writer for Parade Magazine.

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The new live-action “Beauty and the Beast” is doing well at the box office, but it’s not the first on-screen interpretation of the 18th century French fairytale.

The many versions of 'Beauty and the Beast'

The new live-action “Beauty and the Beast” is doing well at the box office, but it’s not the first on-screen interpretation of the 18th century French fairytale.

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