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Hollywood Film Industry #83658

ABC Evening News for Monday, Apr 11, 1983
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(Studio) Report introduced.
REPORTER: Max Robinson

(Hollywood, California) Academy Award nominees "Gandhi, Missing, The Verdict, Tootsie" noted all filmed out of Hollywood. "E.T." (scenes shown courtesy Universal Pictures) cited as only movie filmed in south California. "Chariots of Fire", last year `s winner, recalled British-made; implications for Hollywood film ind. examined. [MAN - notes decline in movies made in Hollywood.] Record high unemployment in movie craft unions said result; scenes from "Tootsie" shown courtesy Columbia Pictures. Econs. involved in producing film in Hollywood vs. elsewhere discussed. ["Los Angeles Times" spokesperson Dale POLLOCK - notes financial logistics involved for studios.] Clint Eastwood's reputation as star and director for keeping film costs down noted. [EASTWOOD - thinks corporation structure is at mercy of whoever makes films.]

Robinson, Max;
Rose, Judd

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