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By Matt Kibbe
The short-term deal will assure long-term overspending
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Timothy Hutton
“The Firm,” “Taps” and “Jerry Maguire” are just a few of Mr. Cruise’s best films.
Put Angelina Jolie's face on a magazine cover and sales will surely rise. Get her to write a memoir and it would be worth millions. But write a book about her, without her cooperation, and you're taking a chance.
"The people of Tibet are in trouble," Hutton said in the ad. "But they still whip up an amazing fish curry."
In one of the commercials, actor Timothy Hutton says "the people in Tibet are in trouble, their culture is in jeopardy," as pictures of Tibet are shown on the screen.