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April 10, 1984

THE SACRAMENTO BEE
'The Killing Floor' Brings Human Touch To History
By John V. Hurst

What makes "The Killing Floor" memorable is its evocative re-creation of Chicago and the social milieu that existed there at the time of World War I. From the polemic tensions of the union meetings to Custer's visits to "Miss Dean's Social Shop" - to dictate, at 50 cents apiece, his letters home - the film breathes the color and life of the period.
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