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Students perform a ‘Chocolate’ play

Students at Lindenhurst's William Rall Elementary act and sing scenes from the novel "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory," adapted by classmate Julia Messina, who wrote her own version. Videojournalists: Pat Mullooly and Jessica Rotkiewicz (June 18, 2013)

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