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Everybody's 'Friend' moves over to calling the shots on his first feature film

David Schwimmer saw his new comedy, 'Run Fat Boy Run,' become a hit with British audiences. David Schwimmer saw his new comedy, "Run Fat Boy Run," become a hit with British audiences. (Peter wynn thompson for the boston globe)
By Rebecca DiLiberto
Globe Correspondent / March 23, 2008

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LOS ANGELES - Josephine Baker went off to Paris. David Hasselhoff hit Germany. And David Schwimmer, in a bid to shake off his alter-ego "Ross" once and for all, flew across the Atlantic to take on directing. (Full article: 1415 words)

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