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"Beyond the Backlot" host Curtis Templeton registers delight while speaking to actor Stephen Tobolowsky via the iPad he's holding up. Executive producer Dave Salvi said that no matter who Templeton interviews for an episode, "He's their best friend within 10 minutes." (Independent photo by Ken Farver)
A five-man crew from the YouTube channel “Beyond the Backlot” popped up in Woodstock on Wednesday for two days of filming at many of the locations used in 1993’s “Groundhog […]
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