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HOLLYWOOD, May 16, 2000 - Demi Moore knows a bad film when she sees one - apparently such is the gift of someone who's arguably been in many of them. But who'd have thought that the actress would go as far as skipping out on her own upcoming flick? An upcoming flick that marks Moore's first screen appearance in three long years? Doesn't she need publicity for being something these days other than the estranged Mrs. Bruce Willis. Guess not. On May 26, Paramount Classics is scheduled to quietly o
|Frances Marion||Writer (adaptation)||adaptation||120896||4000002|
|Nathaniel Hawthorne||Source Material (from novel)||("The Scarlet Letter")||120793||4000003|
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