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THE MOVIE CHART

May 31, 1987| Compiled by David Pecchia

Films going into production:

BLUE SUEDE SHOES (Mediacom/Tri-Coast). Shooting in Central California. A coming-of-age story set in a California logging town during the rock 'n' roots period of the mid-'50s. Producer Mark Michaels. Director Strath Hamilton. Screenwriter Lonon F. Smith. Stars Carrie Snodgress, Jennifer Rubin and Tommy Swerdlow.

IT HAD TO BE YOU (Panther Filmworks). Shooting in Miami and NYC. Renee Taylor and Joseph Bologna bring to the screen their 1981 Broadway comedy about an unlikely couple who fall in love during a Big Apple blizzard. Executive producers Frank Tolin and Ron Fenster. Producers Richard Abramson and Tom Yanez. Directors/screenwriters/stars Taylor and Bologna.

WHITE GHOST (Crawford/Lane). Shooting in Zimbabwe. William Katt plays a former Vietnam vet who's been hiding out in the Nam jungles since the war. The U.S. government sends a team of mercenaries to fish him out, unaware that the head of their squad is Katt's mortal enemy. Executive producer Joel Levine. Producers Wayne Crawford and William Fay. Director B. J. Davis. Screenwriter Gary Thompson. Also stars Rosalind Chao. Distributor Spectrafilm.

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