When He-Men Met G-Men

Yu, Ting; Hamm, Liza; Brunt, Heather Jan; Coats, Chris; Erwin, Steve; Fleeman, Michael; Gee, Alison; Greene, Lucia; Leonard, Elizabeth; Mendoza-Province, Natalie; Roedel, Abby; Stoynoff, Natasha; Wihlborg, Ulrica
October 2000
People;10/23/2000, Vol. 54 Issue 17, p20
Presents comments by motion picture actors including Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sylvester Stallone and Jackie Cahn regarding violence in movies.


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