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September 22, 1987| Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press

Los Angeles attorney Gerald Kroll, who is representing injured stunt actors in six cases, has called for licensing and certification for all stunt and special-effects coordinators, it was reported Monday. The call was made last week at a public hearing held by the California Film Commission on unresolved problems in the entertainment industry. Other major complaints focused on problems of filming in Los Angeles. Among them: harassment by city officials, exorbitant costs and excessive fire safety monitoring. More hearings on the matter will be held in October by the State Assembly's subcommittee on arts and athletics.

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