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Correspondent Lee Cowan talks to artist Margaret Keane, whose paintings of big-eyed waifs became ubiquitous in the 1960s thanks to her husband, Walter, who sold them under his own name; and to actress Amy Adams, who plays Margaret in a new film, "Big Eyes."