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01/23/2004 AT 11:09 AM EST

January 23, 2004

It may have been freezing in Park City, Utah, during the Sundance Film Festival, but that didn't stop stars like Demi Moore, Ashton Kutcher, Courteney Cox and Ben Affleck from taking in the scene – and the freebies – between movie screenings.

Demi Moore was well-outfitted for Sundance, going around the picturesque setting mostly donning an ivory mink coat. "She looked like a snow bunny," said a guest. She proved her swag-gathering mettle, picking out Jones NY cashmere sweaters in red, black, orange and pink; six pairs of Rocket Dog shoes; and two pairs of Pony sneakers. She also selected several Move T-shirts, which David Arquette also picked up for himself and wife Courteney Cox, while Maggie Gyllenhaal preferred the long-sleeve Henleys. Beauty products also caught Moore's eye, and she stocked up on plenty, including Kiehl's Abyssine cream and Equine shampoo (yup, it's for horses), plus T-shirts and lip balms for her daughters.

All that loot gathering can be tiring, so during the weekend Moore also had a massage, manicure and pedicure, and a Kerastase hair-conditioning treatment at Fred Segal Beauty. This delighted her beau, Ashton Kutcher, who was heard singing "Walking on Sunshine" after dropping her off at the spa.

Ben Affleck was seen enjoying osso bucco at Italian eatery Grappa. "He just kind of hung out. He was quiet," says an observer. "He looked like he just wanted to eat." Meanwhile, Jennifer Aniston hung out with a dozen pals at the restaurant, which happens to be the same place she celebrated her 34th birthday last February. "She was very sweet," says a spy. "She was covered up, her hair in a ponytail. She looked like she was just trying to relax."

Courteney Cox and David Arquette stopped by the swag post set up by Philips on Sunday and, not surprisingly, showed particular interest in its line of baby products. Cox was giddy over Phillips' Baby Cam, which provides audio and visual nursery monitoring. Phillips promised to send the expectant couple a care package once they're back in L.A.

Though the buzz around Sundance that Ashton Kutcher's new flick, The Butterfly Effect, won the unofficial turkey award, it had at least two fans. Kevin Bacon's 14-year-old, Travis, "loved it," says dad (who told us his son has never seen Footloose). Another admirer: Paris Hilton, who said, "It was awesome."

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