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On Fri, 10 Jun 1994 10:09:09 -0500 Richard Leskosky said:
 
> What I can't understand is this.  Even if a
>producer starts with a bad script, there are enough hungry good writers out
>there so that a minimal additional investment could tighten it up, improve
>the language, make the story more coherent, etc. But nobody seems to do
>this.  (Conversely, there were over forty writers involved with THE
>FLINTSTONES, and look what happened there!)
>--Richard
>
 
A friend of mine with extensive contacts in the Hollywood industry but
is not directly obligated keeps telling me: "Don't ever assume the people
at studios know what they are doing."
 
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Cal Pryluck, Radio-Television-Film, Temple University, Philadelphia
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