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Review: 'Sebring' and 'Stuntwomen' documentaries peel back layers of Hollywood history

Two new Hollywood documentaries give some overlooked people their due: female stunt performers and Jay Sebring, the pioneering hair stylist usually relegated to a footnote in the story of the Manson murders.

"Stuntwomen: The Untold Hollywood Story"

"Stuntwomen" is full of great footage of some of the most memorable female stunt work

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