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Eye On America: The Money Crunch: Making It In America (Hollywood) #705872

CBS Evening News for Friday, Nov 08, 1991
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Hollywood: Richard Roth) The impact of the economy on the entertainment industry of Hollywood featured; scenes shown. [Character actress Mary GARIPOLI, grip Bob CHINELLO, headhunter Bill SIMON, entertainer lawyer Peter DECKHAM - talk about the job situation.] [Entertainment industry analyst David LONDONER - talks about Hollywood's cycles.] The boom year of 1989 & the current release of movies such as "Mobsters", "Hudson Hawk", & "Bingo", that are not making profits noted. ["Terminator 2" star Arnold SCHWARZENEGGER - says give the people what they want to see.] Clips shown from soon-to-be-released films. [GARIPOLI - worries about her career.]

Roth, Richard

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