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Gambon pays tribute to Pinter


Actors at the Duke of York theatre in West London have paid an emotional tribute to Harold Pinter, who died on Wednesday. They were speaking after a performance of Pinter's black comedy, No Man's Land, first shown in 1974. Sir Michael Gambon, who stars in the play, describes how Pinter had recently been thinking about how he wanted to be remembered.

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