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    Fairy Tales

    Fairy tales are told in every culture, and are likely as old as human language itself. Hollywood has long been under their spell, and this year alone eight movies that retell a fairy-tale are coming out, including two featuring Snow White. Television is also reinterpreting familiar tales, with "Grimm," "Once Upon a Time," and "Neverland" on screens now. We look at why these stories endure, and take a look at how they're being re-imagined.

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    Mirror Mirror

    Snow White and the Hunstman

    Once Upon A Time

    Grimm

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