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The year in review: 2017's top books, songs, movies and more
"Sunday Morning" looks back at the year's most popular books, songs, movies, online entertainment and TV. Did you catch it all?
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From "Good Time" to "Florida Project," overlooked films of 2017
Along with blockbusters, this year has seen the release of independent productions that often lack the marketing budgets to help them break through. Fandango managing editor Erik Davis joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss his picks for the most overlooked films including "Brawl In Cell Block 99," "Good Time," and "Patti Cake$."
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Charles Osgood performs a Christmas favorite
'Tis the season for a little Christmas music, courtesy of Charles Osgood, our anchor emeritus, and the Young People's Chorus of New York City, who perform "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas."
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Mail call: Donna Reed's wartime letters
Martha Teichner reports on how Hollywood actress Donna Reed contributed to the war effort during World War II - sharing letters with American troops and entertaining service members at the fabled Hollywood Canteen - and how her wartime correspondence, treasures lovingly preserved, are being remembered today.
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Saturday Sessions: Chris Thile, Aoife O’Donovan and Chris Eldridge perform “Douglas Fir”
Chris Thile, Chris Eldridge and Aoife O'Donovan perform an original Christmas song from Thile's album "Thanks For Listening."
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Claus Meyer: The man who revolutionized Scandinavian cuisine
Growing up in the 60s, Claus Meyer says food in his native Denmark was often frozen, canned and tasteless. Later while working in France, he fell in love with great cooking and wanted to bring it home. In 2003 he co-founded Copenhagen's Noma, voted best restaurant in the world four times over. Now, he's come to America with the Great Northern Food Hall and the Michelin-starred Agern, both in New York's Grand Central Terminal. Meyer joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss what brought him to New York City.
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Spinal surgeon's mission to rescue the Big Apple Circus
Things for the circus haven't been so great as of late. The Greatest Show on Earth, the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus, was shut down after 146 years and last year, New York's Big Apple Circus filed for bankruptcy. But it turns out Big Apple fans are getting an encore thanks in part to some last-minute medical help. Anthony Mason reports.
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Paul Reiser on his new show 'There's... Johnny!'
CBS News' Jamie Wax sits down with actor and comedian Paul Reiser in the Toyota Green Room to discuss Reiser's new Hulu sitcom “There's... Johnny!”
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Donald Trump joins Disney's Hall of Presidents
An animatronic figure of Donald Trump has joined Disney's Hall of Presidents in Florida. A robotic facsimile of the 45th president of the United States stood front and slightly off-center for the soft reopening of the long-running Walt Disney World attraction.
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Aaron Sorkin on the fears he faced in directing "Molly's Game"
Aaron Sorkin's signature dialogue is behind hit movies like "The Social Network" and "Moneyball," and iconic TV dramas including "The West Wing" and "The Newsroom." The new movie, "Molly's Game," marks the Oscar winner's directorial debut. He wrote the script based on the real-life Molly Bloom, who became an FBI target for hosting one of the most exclusive, high-stakes poker games. Sorkin joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss his decision to direct this project and the unusual tactic he used to boost morale on set.
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Rob Lowe feeds California firefighters
The "West Wing" star made sure to show his gratitude to firefighters who battled the Thomas Fire near his Santa Barbara home over the weekend.
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The unlikely story of Washington D.C.'s new music venue The Anthem
One of the nation's newest concert venues is located in one of the most unlikely places. The Anthem, which just opened in Washington D.C.'s revitalized Wharf District, is an independent success story in an industry filled with global entertainment companies. Alex Wagner reports.
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How chef Umber Ahmad went from banking to baking
Born to Pakistani immigrants, Umber Ahmad excelled in school and later graduated from MIT. She earned two more degrees before starting a career in investment banking where one of her business clients was world-famous chef Tom Colicchio. When he sampled the incredible desserts she baked as a hobby, he encouraged her to make it a career. Colicchio went on to advise her as she opened Mah-Ze-Dahr Bakery, her award-winning pastry shop in New York's West Village. Ahmad joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss her culinary journey.
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From 1980: Jacques d'Amboise on teaching dance to children
Ballet dancer and instructor Jacques d'Amboise died on May 2, 2021 at the age of 86. In this story that originally aired on "CBS Sunday Morning" on June 8, 1980, correspondent David Culhane reported on D'Amboise's classes for middle-school children on a New York City rooftop, and his dance lessons for hearing-impaired kids, as part of his National Dance Institute, which d'Amboise founded in 1976.
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Three women accuse Russell Simmons of rape
Music mogul Russell Simmons is strongly denying new accusations that he raped three women decades ago. The New York Times reports the alleged assaults took place at Simmons' apartment in the '80s and '90s. New York Times culture reporter Melena Ryzik who co-authored the article joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the allegations.
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Reality star Omarosa Manigault Newman leaving White House position
Omarosa Manigault Newman, a Trump administration official and former "Apprentice" star, plans to leave the Trump administration next month "to pursue other opportunities," the White House announced Wednesday.
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Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks on the relevance of "The Post" today
Combined, award-winning actors Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks have appeared in more than 100 films. But "The Post" marks the first time they are on screen together. In the movie, Streep plays Katharine Graham, the publisher of the Washington Post, and Hanks portrays legendary editor Ben Bradlee. The plot centers on the paper's famous and difficult decision to publish top secret government information from the Pentagon Papers in 1971. Streep and Hanks join "CBS This Morning" to discuss how the film resonates today.
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Jodie Foster on directing "Black Mirror" episode, #MeToo movement
Oscar-winning actress Jodie Foster is now sitting in the director's chair for her latest project, the Emmy Award-winning Netflix series "Black Mirror." It's a science fiction anthology series described as a modern take on "The Twilight Zone." She directed the episode "Arkangel" where a mother turns to a new surveillance technology to keep her daughter safe. Foster joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss "Black Mirror" and the movement to address sexual harassment in Hollywood and other industries.
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Judd Apatow: Back to standup
Tracy Smith sits down with producer and comedian Judd Apatow, who - after producing and directing a string of successful movies and TV shows - is returning to standup comedy.
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A special "Christmas Carol" cast member
Lee Cowan meets Paris Strickland, the first female Tiny Tim in a Chicago production of Dickens' miraculous "A Christmas Carol," who is something of a miracle herself - she survived a brain tumor at just four months old.
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HQ: A not-so-trivial pursuit
HQ is the fast-growing trivia game for smartphones that's arguably the perfect app for anyone seeking more challenging fare than cat videos. Answer 12 questions correctly and you can share a cash prize. But be sharp - you'll be competing against at least 200,000 other contestants. Jane Pauley reports.
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Real-life on screen: David Edelstein on biopics
From British Prime Minister Winston Churchill to disgraced figure skater Tonya Harding, the lives of the famous and infamous have been filming movie screens of late. Film critic David Edelstein discusses this surge in biopics.
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How chef Jeremiah Langhorne got "hooked" on food
Jeremiah Langhorne's job as a teen at a local pizza restaurant jump-started a culinary career that's taken him to top venues from Copenhagen to California. Now, he's returned to his mid-Atlantic roots with The Dabney in Washington D.C. The food is largely locally sourced from the region's finest farms and prepared in a wood-burning hearth. Langhorne joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss the moment he knew he wanted to be a chef.
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Anticipation builds for "Star Wars: The Last Jedi"
The end is just about over for "Star Wars" fans awaiting the next installment of the franchise. "The Last Jedi" will be screened publicly for time Saturday evening in Los Angeles. Websites throughout cyberspace have been going into overdrive analyzing what little is known about this latest space saga. Alex Wagner reports.
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Preview: Judd Apatow on the coming "tidal wave" of sexual harassment revelations
In an interview to be broadcast on "Sunday Morning," producer, writer and comedian Judd Apatow talks with correspondent Tracy Smith about how he believes recent revelations of sexual harassment in numerous industries will alter how women are treated in the workplace.
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Remembering Otis Redding's biggest hit 50 years later
“(Sittin' On) The Dock of the Bay” became the first posthumous #1 record on the Billboard charts, winning Otis Redding and his writing partner Steve Cropper, a Grammy. Thursday marks the 50th anniversary of the solid gold hit. Anthony Mason reports.
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Netflix to move forward with "House of Cards" without Kevin Spacey
The final season of "House of Cards" will focus on Robin Wright's character and start production in early 2018, Netflix announced Monday.
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Billy Bush accuses Trump of "revisionist history"
Former "Access Hollywood" host Billy Bush accused President Trump on Monday of "revisionist history" for reportedly saying it is not his voice on the infamous video making a crude remark about women. In an op-ed piece in The New York Times, Bush wrote, "Of course he said it." Bush was interviewed Monday evening by Stephen Colbert.
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How Ashley Graham fit into the fashion world
Ashley Graham says she was told early on she wouldn't succeed in a modeling world known for stick-thin women. Agents told her she would never be on the cover of a magazine because she was "too fat." Instead, she became the first curvy model to appear on the cover of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue. Graham talked to "CBS This Morning" co-host Gayle King about rising above the bullying she suffered in school; how the term "plus-size" is divisive to women; and the advice she gives to girls who ask about pursuing a career in modeling.
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Ashley Graham on proudly displaying her cellulite
In this extended interview clip, the curvy model talks to CBS News' Gayle King about the teasing she got in school, and how she came to embrace her size.
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