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Moore Film Exempt From Recall.

SALT LAKE CITY (XF) - The Xsociate Files has uncovered a short list of sanitized movies that were exempt from a recall notice handed down in a court ruling over the weekend. Among the holdouts were copies of director Michael Moore's Fahrenheit 9/11, which had been edited in such way as to portray the Bush administration in a better light than the original production had.

When reached for comment, a spokesman for the movie industry is quoted as saying, "We have no objections to this sanitized version of Mr. Moore's film. We felt it was too long to begin with and it is our sincere hope that this new twelve-minute version will have a an even greater audience appeal."

Other films that made the exemption list were copies of Wag The Dog retailored as a serious political drama and The Manchurian Candidate, now a buddy comedy.

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The Manchurian Candidate, now a buddy comedy.

Oh. My. God!

Even in 12 minutes his indifference would shine through.

An Inconvenient Truth has been updated to incorporate the doubts of Philip Cooney and other environmentalists from the energy industry.

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