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The L.B. Movie That Didn't Get Made

September 27, 1987

Hollywood came to Long Beach recently to get clearance for making a movie, which would have meant a week's shooting here. That would have meant almost $20,000 for the city, and inestimable great publicity. But the City Council expected the movie company to wait around a week for clearance, and Councilman Edd Tuttle wanted assurance that the producer would give credits for the location. The producer canceled the shoot and went to Los Angeles, where the powers are not so unsophisticated about the value of a movie on their turf.

There was to be a scene in the movie where a helicopter delivers a psychiatrist to Long Beach City Hall. Very realistic touch.

FRANK MAPSON

Long Beach

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