Ticket #3534: Queue-test1.xml

File Queue-test1.xml, 1.5 KB (added by neil.hendin@…, 13 years ago)

Netflix test queue with non-ascii character in movie title.

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1<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="yes"?>
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3<rss version="2.0"  >
4  <channel>
5    <title>Netflix Queue</title>
6    <ttl>60</ttl>
7    <link>http://www.netflix.com/Queue</link>
8    <description>DVDs in your Netflix Queue</description>
9    <language>en-us</language>
10    <item>
11      <title>338- Mambo Café</title>
12      <link>http://www.netflix.com/MovieDisplay?movieid=60029524&amp;trkid=134852</link>
13      <description><![CDATA[College student Nydia's schooling may be coming to an end if she can't help her family's restaurant, The Mambo Caf&#233;, get some much-needed business. During her summer vacation, Nydia and her brother come up with the perfect plot to bring back the customers -- even if it takes the Mob and a murder to do so. A comical series of mishaps ensue, and the customers follow -- as does a hefty helping of trouble.]]></description>
14    </item>
15    <item>
16      <title>339- Everyday People</title>
17      <link>http://www.netflix.com/MovieDisplay?movieid=70000193&amp;trkid=134852</link>
18      <description><![CDATA[Independent filmmaker Jim McKay lenses this story (which he also wrote) about a Jewish-owned deli in Brooklyn called Raskins, which serves an almost exclusively black clientele. After years in business, restaurant owner Ira (Jordan Gelber) decides to sell out to a big corporation as part of the city's urban renewal program. How will his decision go down with employees and customers? Not like a bottle of Dr. Brown's Celery Tonic, we wager. Oy vey!]]></description>
19    </item>
20  </channel>
21</rss>
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