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ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Jun 21, 1988
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Dvt. of Toronto recalled. Report introduced.

(Toronto, Canada: Chris Bury) Motion picture filming in Toronto featured; scenes shown from Tri-Star Pictures' "Short Circuit II", Touchstone's "Three Men and a Baby", which were filmed here. [Actor Edward BEGLEY, Junior - calls Toronto "Hollywood north."] [DIR. - explains reasons for shooting in Canada.] Scenes shown from Tri-Star Pictures' "Suspect," Warner Bros.' "Police Academy", MGM's "Moonstruck". [Location manager Beth BOIGON - explains ways of making city look dirty.] Toronto's ethnic neighborhoods detailed; scenes shown. ["Toronto Star" reporter Rita ZEKAS - recalls city's enchantment with Tom Selleck.] Scenes shown from Goldcrest's "Killing Fields". [Movie critic Tony SALEM - explains Toronto's chamelelon-like quality.] Scenes shown from ABC Circle Films' "Amerika", Twentieth Century Fox's "The Fly". [ZEKAS - comments.]

Bury, Chris;
Jennings, Peter

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