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Hollywood Turns Out the Red Carpet for "The Best Years of Our Lives"

On November 21, 1946, at the world premiere of "The Best Years of Our Lives," the film's director, William Wyler, comments on the fanfare surrounding the event. One of the movie's stars, Dana Andrews, and Broadway playwright Lillian Hellman also share their thoughts. The film later won the Academy Award for Best Picture.

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