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Writer/director Will Gluck talks about breathing new life into the beloved comic strip turned musical, Annie.

Will Gluck: Annie

Writer/director Will Gluck talks about breathing new life into the beloved comic strip turned musical, Annie.

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Will Gluck: Easy A

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