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NEW YORK CITY-In 1983, Woody Allen released a mock documentary known as Zelig, purporting to tell the story of Leonard Zelig, a man who became a 1920s celebrity as “the human chameleon” for just showing up anywhere and taking on the characteristics of the people around him. He blended in on the baseball diamond with Babe Ruth, he fit right in with the dignitaries as Woodrow Wilson gave a speech and so on.

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