Anderson Cooper Calls Alamo Drafthouse's Tim League "A Great American Hero" for Kicking Out Texter

by Anne Thompson
June 7, 2011 10:12 AM
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Here are the details on that delicious Alamo Drafthouse story about kicking out a texter --and turning her angry voicemail into a PSA. The Austin-based Alamo Drafthouse, which serves food and drink at its rapidly expanding theater chain, has always been tough on customer behavior. Love it.

UPDATE: So does CNN's Anderson Cooper: he calls The Alamo's Tim League "a great American hero." (See clips below.) And League responds to the huge media and online reaction.

Here's my flip cam interview with League at the release of Four Lions.


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