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Coming Attractions

February 19, 1987| Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press

Wall Street's insider-trading scandals are becoming the stuff that dreams are made of--Hollywood-style dreams, reports the Wall Street Journal. Producers and actors were racing to make movies and TV shows about high-finance crime before the ink dried on Ivan Boesky's plea bargaining agreement, the newspaper said Wednesday. On deck are a new arbitrageur "Dynasty" villain, a Chevy Chase comedy based on the H.F. Saint novel "Memoirs of an Invisible Man," another comedy movie called "Filthy Rich," a Robert Redford thriller and, maybe, a picture based on the R. Foster Winan's book about his tangled affairs as a Journal reporter.

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