History Trivia / WashingtonSquare

15th Jul '16 7:09:55 AM Littleroadyman
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* ChannelHop: With the advent of television, Paramount sold the rights to UniversalStudios in 1958 to be shown on the airwaves. Ever since then, 'The Heiress' has been distributed on VHS and DVD by Universal Home Engertainment.

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* ChannelHop: With the advent of television, Paramount sold the rights to UniversalStudios in 1958 for the film to be shown on the airwaves. Ever since then, 'The Heiress' has been distributed on VHS and DVD by Universal Home Engertainment.Entertainment.
14th Jul '16 9:06:50 PM Littleroadyman
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* ChannelHop: With the advent of television, Paramount sold the rights to UniversalStudios in 1958 to be shown on the airwaves. Ever since then, 'The Heiress' has been distributed on VHS and DVD by Universal Home Engertainment.
31st Dec '14 10:33:17 AM nombretomado
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* CreatorBacklash: Henry James grew to dislike Washington Square, mostly because of the comparisons it got to the works of JaneAusten. Even detractors of Henry James liked Washington Square, making it a non-musical BlackSheepHit.

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* CreatorBacklash: Henry James grew to dislike Washington Square, mostly because of the comparisons it got to the works of JaneAusten.Creator/JaneAusten. Even detractors of Henry James liked Washington Square, making it a non-musical BlackSheepHit.
17th Jan '12 7:56:41 AM Mikebissle
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* CreatorBacklash: Henry James grew to dislike Washington Square, mostly because of the comparisons it got to the works of JaneAusten.

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* CreatorBacklash: Henry James grew to dislike Washington Square, mostly because of the comparisons it got to the works of JaneAusten. Even detractors of Henry James liked Washington Square, making it a non-musical BlackSheepHit.
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