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December 22, 1996 | RENEE TAWA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
This is not a soap opera town, but it plays one on TV. NBC's upcoming daytime drama, "Sunset Beach," which shoots on location here, is all trysts and tricks in a hip small town. The show, which premieres Jan. 6 and runs every weekday, is expected to bring a flood of curious tourists here in search of the real "Sunset Beach" (Motto: "This is the land romance built") or the real lifeguard Michael ("Nowhere in the world is safer than in this man's arms," NBC proclaims).
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January 3, 1997 | RENEE TAWA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
This is not a soap opera town, but it plays one on TV. NBC's upcoming daytime drama, "Sunset Beach," which is shot on location here, is all trysts and tricks in a hip small town. The show, which premieres Monday and runs every weekday, is expected to bring a flood of curious tourists here in search of the real "Sunset Beach" (Motto: "This is the land romance built") or the real lifeguard Michael ("Nowhere in the world is safer than in this man's arms," NBC proclaims).
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January 3, 1997 | RENEE TAWA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
This is not a soap opera town, but it plays one on TV. NBC's upcoming daytime drama, "Sunset Beach," which is shot on location here, is all trysts and tricks in a hip small town. The show, which premieres Monday and runs every weekday, is expected to bring a flood of curious tourists here in search of the real "Sunset Beach" (Motto: "This is the land romance built") or the real lifeguard Michael ("Nowhere in the world is safer than in this man's arms," NBC proclaims).
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December 22, 1996 | RENEE TAWA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
This is not a soap opera town, but it plays one on TV. NBC's upcoming daytime drama, "Sunset Beach," which shoots on location here, is all trysts and tricks in a hip small town. The show, which premieres Jan. 6 and runs every weekday, is expected to bring a flood of curious tourists here in search of the real "Sunset Beach" (Motto: "This is the land romance built") or the real lifeguard Michael ("Nowhere in the world is safer than in this man's arms," NBC proclaims).
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