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  • According to an analysis of movie-rating data collected by ticket-seller Fandango Inc., films like "The Help" and "Fast Five" were popular not only in the Bay Area but pretty much everywhere else, too.

    Vital Signs

  • The cast includes Bobby Cannavale, Annabella Sciorra, Elizabeth Rodriguez and Yul Vazquez, but its big ticket-seller is comedian Chris Rock, who was brought in by Mr. Rudin.

    A Dozen Steps to Broadway

  • Few acts these days are offering music that makes it worthwhile for people to pay the exorbitant prices that they're charging, abetted by the gouging by the leading promoter and ticket-seller, Live Nation, recently merged with Ticketmaster.

    Art Levine: In the Age of Gaga and Tanking Concert Sales, Lyle Lovett's Showmanship Endures

  • This move makes me wonder if we really brought in the engineer of those Super Bowls in Denver or another ticket-seller like Steve Spurier or, you guessed it, Joe Gibbs his second time around?

    Bye, Larry Johnson. Hello, questions.

  • Few acts these days are offering music that makes it worthwhile for people to pay the exorbitant prices that they're charging, abetted by the gouging by the leading promoter and ticket-seller, Live Nation, recently merged with Ticketmaster.

    Art Levine: In the Age of Gaga and Tanking Concert Sales, Lyle Lovett's Showmanship Endures

  • Natalia said ... some time last year we went to a movie where the ticket-seller also had either a birthmark or her face had been burned and healed really smoothly, but the affected areas were light while her original complexion was maybe cafe-con-leche.

    Faces

  • But his creators sigh that many a top ticket-seller never makes the artistic grade.

    Archive 2007-10-01

  • But his creators sigh that many a top ticket-seller never makes the artistic grade.

    Bugs Bunny's Nonexistent 20th Anniversary

  • We spent our time mostly in the francophone area north and east of our hotel, so we dealt with a lot of French-speakers, but all of them were willing to accommodate my non-francophone wife except for one Metro ticket-seller who answered her "Do you speak English?" with a brusque "Non."

    languagehat.com: MONTREAL 2.

  • The ticket-seller, a nice-looking young woman, gave him a smile that could have been promising.

    Rulers of the Darkness

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