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FEBRUARY 10, 1996: ROBIN MAKES A MOVIE

FEBRUARY 10, 1996: ROBIN MAKES A MOVIE

On this date in 1996, world-famous newswoman Robin Ophelia Quivers, infected with the acting bug after her role in "Private Parts," flew out to Hollywood to star in the smash hit made-for-TV movie "Deadly Web." Robin was beautiful, poignant, and showed ample cleavage playing the pivotal character of Lee Aaron.
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