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OLIVIER

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“Wuthering Heights,” one of Laurence Olivier’s most memorable romantic films, will open Friday at the Samuel Goldwyn Pavilion Cinemas as a tribute to the acclaimed actor who died Tuesday at the age of 82. The 1939 film, which also stars Merle Oberon, David Niven and Geraldine Fitzgerald, is booked for a one-week engagement.


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