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   Los Angeles Times
British American Tobacco cigarettes were handed out to viewers of the studio's movies in Nigeria.
   The New York Times
So much contemplative dragging on cigarettes amid operatic shafts of backlighting.
The R rating would be the right thing to do … and wouldn't cost the industry a cent.
Have people been spending their days timing smoking scenes with stopwatches?
   Los Angeles Times
Campaign announced with WHO, LA County health director, AMA, Lung Association.
   The Washington Times
'I greeted a bunch of 8-year-old girls dressed as Cruella with a long cigarette. Nobody dressed up like the good guy.'
   San Francisco Chronicle
Hollywood should not be sending a message that smoking is a glamorous habit.
   The Telegraph
Eszterhas' remarkable mea culpa has fed into a lively debate.
'I'm haunted by the fact that I may have caused lives to be lost.'
   San Francisco Chronicle
Screenwriter with cancer regrets glorifying habit.
   The New York Times
My movie made a lot of money; so did their new cigarette.
   Eugene Register-Guard
The movie 'In the Bedroom' — What was up with all the smoking?
Rob Reiner: 'Movies are basically advertising cigarettes to kids.'
   Hartford Courant
Tobacco companies claim they are sticking to product placement agreement, but numbers are up.
Smoking, peer pressure, product placement, and the power of movies.
Study: Cigarette companies aggressively pursued product placement in films.
   The New York Times
Tobacco companies were well aware of the benefits of having audiences … see their favorite stars smoking.
   San Francisco Chronicle
The study blasted the tobacco industry for aggressive product placement tactics in the 1980s.
   Los Angeles Times
Why is cigarette smoking still on the rise in Hollywood films?
In 'Saving Private Ryan,' Tom Hanks was given a nervous twitch in his hand, instead of a cigarette.
   San Francisco Chronicle
Cigarettes return to films in a big way.
   The Guardian
Films which show actors smoking should be classified as unsuitable for children in the same way as those that contain sex and violence, according to a well-funded pressure group.
   The Lancet
Although it may take a few years, Glantz predicts Hollywood will give in.
   Cleveland Plain Dealer
It's not just marketing. It's a sneak attack.
   Los Angeles Times
Why is Hollywood serving a racket that's buried many of its most gifted members?
   Los Angeles Times
LA County develops ads to counter cigarettes' 'cool' movie image — but few theaters show them.
   Los Angeles Times
Movies influence youngsters to light up, says California state Sen. John Burton, who will hold a hearing.
   USA Today
A study by the American Lung Association finds that of 133 movies released 1994-1995, 77 percent showed tobacco use.
The on-screen haze is reviving concerns the tobacco industry is paying for its products to appear in movies.
   Los Angeles Times
Feature films are five times more likely to depict smoking than TV.