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Television Review

Memorable performances raise level of Natalie Wood biopic

By Matthew Gilbert
Globe Staff / March 1, 2004

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It has become an unspoken rule that Hollywood biopics should include a demented witch with bad hair to rival the Joan Crawford of "Mommie Dearest." And so in tonight's "The Mystery of Natalie Wood," at 8 on ABC, we have Mommie severest, sans wire hangers but with tragically tacky bangs, pulling apart a butterfly to scare her child-star daughter into ... (Full Article: 540 Words)

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