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Video Archive: Year 2009

  • Duration: 6:20 minutes   |   Viewed 5338 times
    January 05, 2009. Meryl Streep won the Screen Actors Guild Award as Female Actor in a Leading Role for "Doubt".

  • Duration: 0:37 minutes   |   Viewed 3658 times
    January 23, 2009. Report from the Tokyo premiere of "Mamma Mia", including an interview with Meryl Streep.

  • Duration: 15:39 minutes   |   Viewed 4534 times
    January 17, 2009. Interview with Meryl Streep in London to promote the theatrical release of "Doubt".

  • Duration: 2:19 minutes   |   Viewed 4646 times
    January 17, 2010. Report from the Paris premiere of "Doubt", featuring interviews with Meryl Streep and Amy Adams.

  • Duration: 4:22 minutes   |   Viewed 6572 times
    Excerpt from the documentary on actor John Cazale and his work on American classic films, including "The Deer Hunter". Interviewees also include Robert De Niro, Al Pacino and Sam Rockwell.

  • Duration: 7:53 minutes   |   Viewed 4990 times
    January 13, 2009. Meryl Streep joins Oprah Winfrey via sattelite to talk about the theatrical release of "Doubt".

  • Duration: 1:56 minutes   |   Viewed 5183 times
    January 11, 2009. Meryl Streep was nominated as Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy for "Mamma Mia" and Best Actress in a Drama for "Doubt".

  • Duration: 3:39 minutes   |   Viewed 4892 times
    January 08, 2009. Meryl Streep won Best Actress for "Doubt", tying with Anne Hathaway. Meryl didn't attend the ceremony.

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