Actor Hal Holbrook attends the 2014 AFI Docs opening night gala at The Newseum on June 18, 2014 in Washington, DC. Larry French/Getty Images/AFP
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One of the world's top documentary film festivals kicked off Wednesday with a celebration of the iconic American actor who has immortalized Mark Twain on stage for 60 years.Hal Holbrook, 89, was personally on hand for the screening of director Scott Teems' "Holbrook/Twain: An American Odyssey" at the kick-off of the five-day AFI Docs festival in Washington.Prior to making "Holbrook/Twain" at the behest of the actor's late third wife Dixie Carter, Teems directed Holbrook in the 2009 drama "That Evening Sun".
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