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September 19, 1989 | JOHN MEDEARIS, Times Staff Writer
First-time movie director Rick Pamplin was in Glendale recently shooting a low-budget action film when the cops burst in. Pamplin, it seems, didn't have a police permit to film at the warehouse where he was staging scenes for "Provoked," a shoot-'em-up feature about a hostage-taking. But the police crackdown--complete with squad cars and a helicopter--wasn't really such a bust for Pamplin. "I, of course, filmed the police helicopter so I could put it in my movie," Pamplin explained later.
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September 19, 1989 | JOHN MEDEARIS, Times Staff Writer
First-time movie director Rick Pamplin was in Glendale recently shooting a low-budget action film when the cops burst in. Pamplin, it seems, didn't have a police permit to film at the warehouse where he was staging scenes for "Provoked," a shoot-'em-up feature about a hostage-taking. But the police crackdown--complete with squad cars and a helicopter--wasn't really such a bust for Pamplin. "I, of course, filmed the police helicopter so I could put it in my movie," Pamplin explained later.
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September 19, 1989 | JOHN MEDEARIS, Times Staff Writer
First-time movie director Rick Pamplin was in Glendale recently shooting a low-budget action film when the cops burst in. Pamplin, it seems, didn't have a police permit to film at the warehouse where he was staging scenes for "Provoked," a shoot-'em-up feature about a hostage taking. But the police crackdown--complete with squad cars and a helicopter--wasn't really a bust for Pamplin. "I, of course, filmed the police helicopter so I could put it in my movie," Pamplin explained later.
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