Tuesday, November 02, 2004

BBC NEWS | Moore film airs on election eve

BBC NEWS | Moore film airs on election eve: "Michael Moore's film Fahrenheit 9/11 had its television debut on Monday, the evening before the US election.
The anti-Bush movie aired on pay-per-view channel Dish Network, which has access to 30 million homes in the US.
Moore urged US citizens to vote for Democrat John Kerry, saying: 'Give the new guy a chance.'
Musician Stevie Wonder also backed Mr Kerry, playing at a rally in Detroit. Meanwhile, Californian governor Arnold Schwarzenegger is supporting Bush.
Wonder's set included a rendition of America Is Beautiful on the harmonica. "


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