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Paul Clinton (1953 in Columbus, Ohio – January 30, 2006 in Los Angeles) was CNN.com's longtime movie critic for 20 years. He was the co-founder of the Broadcast Film Critics Association (BFCA).

Clinton attended Ohio State University and then moved to New York, where he became a page at NBC. He produced for the The Tomorrow Show with Tom Snyder and then moved to Los Angeles to work on The Merv Griffin Show. Later he moved to KCBS as an entertainment news producer.

In 1988, Paul Clinton began working on the Turner Entertainment Report and other media in the CNN family, where he started reviewing films. In addition to being a critic for CNN.com, his radio reviews and "Paul's Picks" pieces aired on more than 100 stations domestically and internationally.

Clinton and film historian James Ursini did audio commentary on the 2005 DVD release of Dark Victory (1939) starring Bette Davis.[1]

References

  1. ^ DVD audio commentary of Dark Victory (1939) by film historian James Ursini and Paul Clinton, 2005 edition, Warner Home Video

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