Reifsteck, Greg; Swanson, Tim
April 2002
Daily Variety;4/12/2002, Vol. 275 Issue 31, pA4
Trade Publication
Reports on the cities in the U.S. being the locations of many film productions. Film office; Major facilities; Multipurpose metropolis.


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