TV suits family ties of Michael J. Fox

Kelley, Adam
September 1996
Christian Science Monitor;9/17/96, Vol. 88 Issue 205, p11
Looks at actor Michael J. Fox's reentry into the small screen through the television program `Spin City.' Initial reluctance to do the show; Fox's not-very-negotiable request that the show be filmed in New York; Fox as the executive producer of the series.


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