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November 9, 1988 | SAM JAMESON, Times Staff Writer
The latest efforts to settle a dispute over the right of U.S. movie makers to distribute films here directly has still not cleared the air. The first film company to attempt to exercise the right--Universal International Pictures, a distributor jointly owned by three major Hollywood studios--will try again Jan. 1. But Mike S. Pae, the distributor's general manager here, said initial tests of the Oct. 28 agreement offered little cause for optimism. Since U.S. Trade Representative Clayton K.
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November 9, 1988 | SAM JAMESON, Times Staff Writer
The latest efforts to settle a dispute over the right of U.S. movie makers to distribute films here directly has still not cleared the air. The first film company to attempt to exercise the right--Universal International Pictures, a distributor jointly owned by three major Hollywood studios--will try again Jan. 1. But Mike S. Pae, the distributor's general manager here, said initial tests of the Oct. 28 agreement offered little cause for optimism. Since U.S. Trade Representative Clayton K.
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October 11, 1988 | SAM JAMESON, Times Staff Writer
The other night, about 80 persons ran screaming out of a movie theater in Seoul at which "Fatal Attraction" was showing. But it wasn't the suspense on the screen that horrified the movie fans. It was snakes in the theater. An attempt to sabotage the showing of the Academy Award-winning film has developed into the latest in a series of emotional flare-ups between the United States and South Korea.
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