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3:33 a.m. • 5-23-13
7 Day Forecast
The man who made counting matches famous leads today's bunch.
Screw the Golden Age of Hollywood, because the best decade for movies was the late '60s to late '70s. Dustin Hoffman (69 today) was in a huge chunk of the greats: "The Graduate," "Midnight Cowboy," "Little Big Man," "Straw Dogs," "Marathon Man," "All the President's Men" -- basically half his films throughout his career are classics. And in the Age of the Blockbuster he's managed to pull through with "Kramer Vs. Kramer, "Tootsie," and "Rain Man." What children's staple has a character named after Hoffman's character in "Midnight Cowboy"?