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Fresh Air for Jan. 31, 2022: Filmmaker Guillermo del Toro

Mexican filmmaker Guillermo del Toro, shown here in 2018, has been fascinated with monsters since he was a child. Refugio Ruiz/AP hide caption

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Guillermo del Toro says his future was set the first time he saw 'Frankenstein'

Guillermo del Toro says his future was set the first time he saw 'Frankenstein'

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Fresh Air for Jan. 29, 2022: 'South to America' author Imani Perry; Revisiting Buster Keaton

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Fresh Air Weekend: 'South to America' author Imani Perry; Revisiting Buster Keaton

Fresh Air Weekend: 'South to America' author Imani Perry; Revisiting Buster Keaton

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Fresh Air for Jan. 28, 2022: Remembering Louie Anderson

Fresh Air for Jan. 26, 2022: 'Succession' actor Matthew MacFadyen; Remembering Thich Nhat Hanh

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With 'Succession', Matthew Macfadyen finds himself a long way from Mr. Darcy

With 'Succession', Matthew Macfadyen finds himself a long way from Mr. Darcy

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