I read with interest the Outtakes item about Sondra Locke's difficulties with "Ratboy" (by Pat H. Broeske, Feb. 15).
Indeed, I have come to the conclusion that Hollywood--despite the success of such great talents as Mickey, Little Roquefort and Jerry Mouse--has a definite anti-rodent bias.
For months I've been trying to get my own picture off the ground and have been stymied by executives and agents too timid to face the cheesier side of life. Alas, my project, "Ratman," the tale of a yuppie rodent caught between his high-tech career and the materialistic life style of his wife, Maxie, has been put once again into turnaround.
Hey Sondra, maybe you could introduce me to Clint . . . ?