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Mar 16, 2021

[Answer] 6. Bill Murray dealt with his problems on one certain day over and over again in this 1993 film, where he played a weatherman. What was the name of the film?

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...1. Groundhog Day 2. Day In, Day Out 3. Day of Doom 4. A Day in the Life "Groundhog Day", directed by Murray collaborator Harold Ramis, was released to critical acclaim after appearing in theaters in 1993. In the film, Murray plays a weatherman who after a dismal Groundhog Day, during which he has to film a piece about Punxsutawney Phil, ends up being forced to relive the same day over and over again. Now a part of the U.S. National Film Registry, "Groundhog Day" was one of the most successful films of 1993, earning over $70,000,000 in its theatrical run. Since its release it has appeared on several different AFI lists.




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Groundhog Day:


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