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The cinematic life of Roger Ebert

We remember the legacy of famed Chicago Sun-Times film critic Roger Ebert, who died Thursday at the age of 70. "Roger just was this big fuzzy ball of love. He really was...he had such enormous love for everyone," said Nancy De Los Santos, who produced Ebert and Gene Siskel's show "At the Movies." She joins us for the conversation. Photo: (Flickr/Todd Sternisha)

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