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AMC's Halt and Catch Fire reboots drama of the 1980s PC race

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AMC's Halt and Catch Fire reboots drama of the 1980s PC race

Halt and Catch Fire tells the story of an unlikely trio of engineers trying to reverse engineer an IBM computer and change the course of the PC industry.

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