LOS ANGELES — There’s a new (well, new again) license coming to town and its name is Charlie.

With the June 27 release of “Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle” — the sequel to the first $263 million, big-screen version of the big-haired Seventies TV series — Columbia Pictures, a division of Sony, is ramping up the licensing program for what is already being hailed as a summer blockbuster.

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