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The unpredictable star

John Travolta is unique among marquee-names for the breadth of genres he has tackled, his lack of reliance on sequels and his ability to play both good and bad guys to equal effect. In the first of a series looking at the box-office track records of producers, film-makers and stars, Leonard Klady assesses Travolta’s performance outside the US.

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