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  • The Amish population has about doubled since then to an estimated 231,000 nationwide, says Mr. Kraybill, the author, who also is a senior fellow at Elizabethtown College in Elizabethtown, Pa.

    From Barn Raisings to Home Building « Isegoria

  • He was born in Elizabethtown, spent his youth in Franklin, wandered west to attend Lone Oak High near Paducah, then came back to attend Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green.

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  • She was raised in Elizabethtown and graduated from Harrisburg

    Hivner, James O.

  • A while ago, I found a trailer for a movie called Elizabethtown, starring Orlando Bloom and Kirstin Dunst.

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  • Lonesome Jim, which belongs to the same species of film as Elizabethtown, that is to say the prolonged adolescence genre, though without the comparative gloss of those pictures.

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  • Aside from the little-seen "How to Lose Friends and Alienate People," Dunst's last non-Spidey films were the back-to-back-to-back duds "Elizabethtown," "Wimbledon" and "Marie Antoinette" nearly a half-decade ago.

    What’s After ‘Spider-Man’ For Kirsten Dunst? » MTV Movies Blog

  • In other, hopefully more important, news, the signs are increasing that Cameron Crowe really will direct another movie and at least somewhat wipe the sour taste of "Elizabethtown" from my movie memory.

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  • I can certainly understand that "Elizabethtown" was his most personal film, and I'll give it props for that, but the acting, not just from Dunst but even more so from Bloom and Susan Sarandon was just so atrocious that I just couldn't help but cringe throughout ...

    Remember Cameron Crowe? He's officially back

  • Like I said, "Elizabethtown" is an almost complete abomination, but Crowe has delivered plenty of winners in his career, and I'm sure he has another one in him.

    Remember Cameron Crowe? He's officially back

  • But before I got briefly sidetracked by that, this was supposed to be all about Cameron Crowe, who has indeed now officially signed on to direct his first flick since 2005's "Elizabethtown," which really needs to be erased from my memory right away.

    Remember Cameron Crowe? He's officially back

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