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PBS's 'LennoNYC'
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PBS's 'LennoNYC'

Nearly 30 years after John Lennon's death, PBS's American Masters series takes an intimate look at the time the rock legend, his wife Yoko Ono and their son, Sean, spent in New York City during the 1970s. The documentary special premiered Nov. 22 on PBS. (Courtesy of PBS)

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