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January 29, 1987| Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press

With the city's more traditional industries on the decline, Detroit's police-fire and general retirement funds have decided to plunk $4 million worth of investment into "The Rosary Murders," a mystery movie to be filmed in Detroit. The $1.2-billion general retirement fund and the $1.3-billion police-fire fund put about $2 million each into the project, which will star Donald Sutherland and Charles Durning and is scheduled to be released in spring, 1988.

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