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‘Groundhog Day’ celebrates 30 years; cult classic plays at local theaters

Bill Murray holds a microphone next to a sign that reads "Greetings from Punxsutawney, Penna. on Groundhog Day February 2nd."
In the 1993 cult classic "Groundhog Day," Phil Connors (Bill Murray), a TV weatherman, travels to Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania in early February to cover his least favorite story of the year. When he wakes up the next day, it's Feb. 2 all over again. (Photo courtesy of Lincoln Theatre)
By Jaya Flanary Digital Editor/Designer
My dad remembers seeing it in theaters. It would have been 30 years ago, 1993. I was negative 4.&nbs

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