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Steven Spielberg: My animated tribute

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In my copy of his book "Scorsese," Roger Ebert wrote these words: "Every movie lover needs a hero."

I've found mine in Steven Spielberg.

Spielberg has been my hero ever since I, in my childhood, saw his more popular films (" Jaws," "Temple of Doom," "Hook," " E.T.," "Close Encounters," et al.), but recently, as I covered areas in his filmography I hadn't before, and doubled back to some that I didn't quite remember, I was struck by how much he really is my hero.

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