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Hollywood Logic

December 21, 1986

Last week in Calendar Letters, Helen Weller asked: "How come an industry that pays movie stars up to $6 million a film, and TV stars up to $125,000 per episode, finds it necessary to make films in Canada to 'save money'?"

I think I have the answer:

The industry finds it necessary to make films in Canada because it pays movie stars up to $6 million a film and TV stars up to $125,000 per episode.

I'm sure this will resolve her need.

JACK T. POLLACK

Corona Del Mar

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