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  1. 'Jaws' Shark Donated to Academy Museum

    10:13 am 1/7/2016

    The last surviving model from the 1975 film will be the largest object in the Academy's collection.Read more

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  2. 20 Movies to Get You in a Summer Mood

    3:22 pm 6/21/2015

    To mark the official kickoff of the season, THR looks back at memorable films featuring childhood fun in the sun, the beach, summer romance and road trips.Read more

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  3. 'Jaws': How "Massive" Promotion Built a Summer Blockbuster

    11:27 am 6/2/2015

    For its $8 million film adaptation, Universal rolled out what was at the time "the largest expenditure on advertising of a release in the history of the company." Read more

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  4. 'Jaws': THR's 1975 Review

    8:25 am 6/2/2015

    The film is "perhaps the most perfectly constructed horror story in our time."Read more

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  5. 'Jaws' Returning to Theaters for 40th Anniversary

    9:46 am 5/28/2015

    The world's first blockbuster returns June 21 and June 24.Read more

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  6. Richard Dreyfuss Wants to Play Apartheid President F. W. de Klerk

    6:44 pm 12/6/2013

    The "Jaws" star insists the negotiations between South Africa's last president and Nelson Mandela saved a nation from civil war. Read more

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  7. Richard Dreyfuss To Receive Tribute at Whistler Film Festival

    6:42 am 11/12/2013

    The "American Graffiti" and "Jaws" star is bringing his latest film, "Cas & Dylan," to the mountain resort gathering. Read more

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  8. TCM Film Festival: Producer Richard Zanuck's Life Remembered

    7:55 am 4/26/2013

    Laurent Bouzereau's "Don't Say No Until I Finish Talking" recounts how the son of a Hollywood mogul re-invented himself to produce such awards-winning films as "The Sting," "Jaws" and "Driving Miss Daisy."Read more

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  9. Oscars 2013: 'Jaws' Theme as Play-Out Music Proves Divisive

    8:14 pm 2/24/2013

    Using the John Williams-composed piece as a sonic cane irked some and delighted others on social media.Read more

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