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October 28, 1990 | PATRICK GOLDSTEIN
Abel Ferrara makes the kind of gonzo movies that usually open in Times Square theaters. So it came as something of a shock to see his blood-drenched new action film, "King of New York," get a classy send-off last month at the prestigious New York Film Festival. "All these people thought they were gonna see a (Jean-Luc) Godard film or something," Ferrara said with a bemused grin, opening a bottle of beer as he puttered around his hotel room here in his stocking feet.
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October 28, 1990 | PATRICK GOLDSTEIN
Abel Ferrara makes the kind of gonzo movies that usually open in Times Square theaters. So it came as something of a shock to see his blood-drenched new action film, "King of New York," get a classy send-off last month at the prestigious New York Film Festival. "All these people thought they were gonna see a (Jean-Luc) Godard film or something," Ferrara said with a bemused grin, opening a bottle of beer as he puttered around his hotel room here in his stocking feet.
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December 20, 1989 | DENNIS McDOUGAL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Humorist Art Buchwald, who has written 27 satirical books, may write a 28th about his legal wrangle with Paramount Pictures Corp. over authorship of the story that inspired the movie "Coming to America." "It all goes in my data bank," the columnist said Tuesday outside Department 52 of the Los Angeles County Courthouse. "Six years from now, maybe I'll write a book about it."
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