Shakespeare is the most screen-adapted writer of all time. And as far as cinematic adaptations go, 1948 was the best year.
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Author: Meg Shields
The words "blender" and "murder" shouldn't be this funny, and yet here we are.
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Hey, accidents happen. Hopefully the cameras caught it.
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