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John McMartin - Opening Night After Party for Broadway's "All The Way", held at Rockefeller Plaza - Arrivals. - New York, New York, United States - Friday 7th March 2014

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John McMartin, Michael McKean, Bryan Cranston and Brandon J. Dirden - Opening Night of Broadway's "All The Way" starring Bryan Cranston at the Neil Simon Theatre - Curtain Call - New York, New York, United States - Friday 7th March 2014

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John Mcmartin, Bill Rauch, Michael Mckean, Bryan Cranston and Robert Schenkkan
William Jackson Harper, Rob Campbell, Robert Petkoff, John Mcmartin, Michael Mckean and Bryan Cranston
John Mcmartin, Michael Mckean, Bryan Cranston, Brandon J. Dirden, Betsy Aidem and Eric Lenox Abrams
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John McMartin - Opening night after party for the MTC production of "The Explorers Club" held at Bond 45 restaurant. - New York, NY, United States - Friday 21st June 2013

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John McMartin Thursday 18th November 2010 Opening night after party for the Lincoln Center Theater Broadway production of 'A Free Man of Color' held at Avery Fisher Hall New York City, USA

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John McMartin - Sunday 9th December 2007 at Lyceum Theatre New York City, USA

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The Dish Review


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The small-town-of-eccentrics genre is usually hit-or-miss -- or more frequently both hit and miss in the same picture. But just as frequently these movies are such a gas it's easy to forgive their foibles.

Such is the case with "The Dish," a tongue-in-cheek Aussie comedy about a real-life hamlet called Parkes and how it was put on the map in 1969 when the giant satellite dish located in a sheep pasture just outside of town became the Southern Hemisphere's relay station for the Apollo 11 moon landing.

The whole town is, of course, abuzz with excitement and nervous about putting its best foot forward when they hear that the prime minister and the American ambassador will be paying a visit. But most of the action takes place out at the dish, where a micromanaging NASA wonk (Patrick Warburton) with a narrow view of horseplay and an even narrower tie is hovering over the scientific trio that run the joint: the recently widowed and quietly reflective project director (Sam Neill), the smart-aleck technician (Kevin Harrington) and the sarcasm-impaired, nervous nerd mathematician (Tom Long).

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