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Rated NR · 120 min. · 2010

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NCM Fathom presents "The Bold and Fresh Tour: O'Reilly and Beck LIVE" in select movie theatres nationwide on Saturday, Jan. 30, 2010. The four market tour sold out in less than a week, inspiring them to bring this event to movie theatre audiences nationwide. Bill O' Reilly and Glenn Beck will take the stage to share their views about what's going on in the world today, each will have the opportunity to give their own opinions, with special emphasis from Bill O'Reilly on his new book "A Bold Fresh Piece of Humanity." Don't miss out on the rare opportunity to see these two men live on stage from the comfort of your local movie theatre. It's an event that makes professional wrestling seem like a night at the opera. You'll hear from Bill, you'll hear from Glenn, and then they'll take the stage together. What happens then? Heaven only knows, but one thing is for sure--you'll want to see it with your very own eyes.

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