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By GINA VIVINETTO
© St. Petersburg Times, published December 7, 2000
This week's winner: Andrew Hummer of Seminole knew the Doors took its name from the Aldous Huxley essay The Doors of Perception, inspired by this line of poetry by poet William Blake:
If the doors of perception were cleansed every thing would appear as it is, infinite.
This week's question: Duran Duran is coming to Tampa Bay next month. To get your name in the random drawing for the St. Petersburg Times T-shirt, tell me the name of the campy sci-fi flick from which the band took its name.
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