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There are dozens of marvelous, “small” movies about writers, their lives, loves, struggles, and successes and The Whole Wide World, a 1996 film from Dan Ireland, is a great place to start a new series of articles. Vincent D’Onofrio (Robert E. Howard, who created Conan) and Renee Zellweger (Novelyne* Price) top a powerful cast in this story of a few years in the life of one of the best selling authors in the “pulp” fiction era.

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*Isn’t the the absolute best name for the heroine of a film about writers? And it’s her REAL name.