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    ANIMATION ANTICIPATION | Abigail Breslin, left, and singer Alicia Keys attended a screening of the film "Rango" yesterday in New York. Breslin voices a mouse named Priscilla who joins forces with the chameleon Rango, a wannabe Western hero played by Johnny Depp. The animated film opens Friday.
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Zsa Zsa’s husband chases away burglars

LOS ANGELES » Zsa Zsa Gabor‘s husband says he chased two intruders with a baseball bat after catching them burglarizing the couple’s Bel Air mansion in the middle of the night.

Prince Frederic von Anhalt says he was awakened at 3 a.m. yesterday and discovered two men in his living room.

He says they took off on foot and that he pursued them down the block. The 67-year-old von Anhalt says he fell while chasing the men and injured his hip.

He says windows and a door at his home were damaged and that paintings, statues, computers and camera equipment are missing.

Los Angeles police confirmed they were investigating a burglary after dispatchers received a call from Gabor’s home yesterday morning.

 

Sheen finally can say what he really means

NEW YORK » ABC says it will broadcast an interview with Charlie Sheen that was recorded after the incendiary rant that led CBS and Warner Bros. Television to halt production of "Two and a Half Men" for the season.

The interview with Sheen will be broadcast tomorrow during a one-hour edition of "20/20." Excerpts will also be aired on "Good Morning America" today and tomorrow.

Production on Sheen’s hit sitcom was halted after the actor called the show’s executive producer a "contaminated little maggot" on a radio program Thursday and in a letter posted on the TMZ website.

The show’s producers have not said whether they will cancel the program.

 

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