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Roger Ebert diesThe balcony is closed. Roger Ebert, a well-respected film critic and advocate, has died at the age of 70 following a long battle with cancer. He wrote for the Chicago Sun-Times for 46 years and critiqued movies on television for more than three decades.

He was initially paired with Gene Siskel until his friend and nemesis died following a battle with brain cancer in 1999. They hosted various incarnations of essentially the same film critique program — Opening Soon at a Theater Near You, Sneak Previews, At the Movies, Siskel & Ebert At the Movies, and finally Siskel & Ebert.

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<em>Siskel & Ebert:</em> View and Help Preserve the Duo’s Legacy

Siskel & Ebert: View and Help Preserve the Duo’s Legacy

March 7, 2011
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<em>At the Movies:</em> Roger Ebert Starting New Movie Review Show

At the Movies: Roger Ebert Starting New Movie Review Show

September 13, 2010
In 2008, after being part of At the Movies for 12 years, it was announced that film critic Roger Ebert was ending his association with Read more . . .
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This syndicated program was the first of its kind and features two movie critics discussing, arguing, and critiquing the latest movie releases. Newspaper critics Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert began hosting this Chicago-based program that was initially called Opening Soon at a Theater Near You.
<em>At the Movies:</em> Syndicated TV Show Cancelled After 24 Years, Roger Ebert Plans New Show

At the Movies: Syndicated TV Show Cancelled After 24 Years, Roger Ebert Plans New Show

March 25, 2010
It’s the end of an era. The At the Movies syndicated series is coming to an end after two dozen years on the air. The Read more . . .
<em>At the Movies:</em> Final Credits to Roll on Ebert & Roeper Era of Longrunning Show

At the Movies: Final Credits to Roll on Ebert & Roeper Era of Longrunning Show

July 23, 2008
After many years on the air, offering film critiques and a fair share of bickering, Roger Ebert is ending his association with At the Movies Read more . . .

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