Nora Ephron

Nora Ephron is a screenwriter and director. Her films include Sleepless in Seattle, Michael,and You've Got Mail.

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June 6 2002 1:23 PMInspirational Failures
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June 5 2002 1:09 PMWith All Due Respect ...
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June 3 2002 11:26 AMThe 9/11 Itch

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