Getting all crazy over the Hills of Beverly

Richmond, Ray
January 2003
Hollywood Reporter -- International Edition;1/14/2003, Vol. 376 Issue 45, p15
Reports on the criticism of the plans of Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS) television network to produce a reality show called 'The Real Beverly Hillbillies.' Description of the gameplan of the show; Statement of CBS president and chief executive officer Leslie Moonves on the idea behind the show; Suggestions of reality show producer to end the controversy on the show.


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