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THIS filthy movie "The Aristocrats"? Which starred everyone from Penn Jillette of Penn & Teller to Robin Williams? Which was so dirty that some patrons walked out and some theaters wouldn't even run it? Well, guess what? Those who are running Hollywood — running it into the ground — are now sanctioning a sequel. They figured the first one was too tame. Another's coming down that'll make "The Aristocrats" look like a hymn sing. Its working title is "The 'F' Word." In it, every single joke's punch line will contain the "F" word. Sweet, right? - Cindy Adams, NY Post

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