November 2004
Variety;11/1/2004, Vol. 396 Issue 11, p49
Trade Publication
Presents updates on the U.S. entertainment industry as of November 2004. Presentation of the musical "Campaign of the Century" by Steven Lutvak and Robert L. Freedman at the Chicago Humanities Festival; Production of the ABC reality show "The Scholar" by producers Anita Waxman and Elizabeth Williams.


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