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Damn it. I'd been meaning to mention this all day, and now the day done got away from me. But there's still time -- close to two hours till the Texas Theatre screens Stanley Kubrick's Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb. It's easily my favorite film written by a graduate of Sunset High School, which is located all of, what, 1.7 miles down W. Jefferson from the Texas? So, go. It'll cost you all of nothing except the $5 "suggested donation" the Oak Cliff Foundation could surely use to restore the movie house to its former glory. Do it for Terry.