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I knew this whole project sounded familiar

The Case of the Killer Kiss

First Telecast Nov.7, 1993 Director: Christian I Nyby II

Cast : Raymond Burr; Barbara Hale; William R Moses; Stuart Damon; Sean Kanan; Charles Macaulay; James McEachin; Michael Tylo; Linda Dano; Arleen Sorkin; Karen Moncrieff; Genie Francis

Plot: Mason defends a soap actress accused of murdering a devious actor with walnut oil.

Did anyone see this? I remember it being on but not being motivated enough to watch.

oh here is the a better way to recall this movie

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Yeah makes NO sense to choose someone from AMC instead of the soap Nathan came from :rolleyes:

Castle tapes in LA so I'm not that surprised they didn't go with OLTL peeps but I'll always hope for Strasser to get a guest gig.

Did anybody think Frons wouldn't choose Budig/Mathison? I'm just surprised he didn't manage to shove Vanessa Marcil in there too.

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Castle tapes in LA so I'm not that surprised they didn't go with OLTL peeps but I'll always hope for Strasser to get a guest gig.

Did anybody think Frons wouldn't choose Budig/Mathison? I'm just surprised he didn't manage to shove Vanessa Marcil in there too.

WHOAH...Castle tapes in L.A.? Do they shoot all the exterior stuff on a lot or do they fly out to New York?

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WHOAH...Castle tapes in L.A.? Do they shoot all the exterior stuff on a lot or do they fly out to New York?

Apparently they shoot it on a lot. They did shoot some of S1 on location but the bulk of shooting for this season has been in LA. I like the show but I DESPISE that they're set in NYC but don't shoot there.

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Apparently they shoot it on a lot. They did shoot some of S1 on location but the bulk of shooting for this season has been in LA. I like the show but I DESPISE that they're set in NYC but don't shoot there.

Yeah, that's crap.

I saw something years ago where NYPD Blue does interiors in L.A., but shot location stuff in the city.

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Apparently they shoot it on a lot. They did shoot some of S1 on location but the bulk of shooting for this season has been in LA. I like the show but I DESPISE that they're set in NYC but don't shoot there.

Apparently it costs a lot to shoot in NY, and the Mayor really has dropped the ball on retaining shows. If it was too expensive to keep AMC in NY, then maybe there was a tax break or incentive somewhere that would have kept the show home and saved all the NY jobs that were lost. I don't think anyone even tried to see if there was a way to convince ABC to stay in NY.

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Apparently it costs a lot to shoot in NY, and the Mayor really has dropped the ball on retaining shows. If it was too expensive to keep AMC in NY, then maybe there was a tax break or incentive somewhere that would have kept the show home and saved all the NY jobs that were lost. I don't think anyone even tried to see if there was a way to convince ABC to stay in NY.

NYC let the tax break for TV/film production lapse and they've been paying for it ever since. I remember when Fringe moved from NY to Vancouver, it made me sick because the only reason they moved was because they lost the tax break. I just hate seeing shows like Castle or V that are set in New York but don't/can't/won't shoot there. The city needs that business so badly.

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