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Actor Paul Hogan is accusing his former financial adviser of making off with the cash.
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Another round of cuts will leave film studio jobs -- and more -- on the cutting-room floor.
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The film industry plans to complete its costly conversion from film to digital projectors by year-end -- which many small movie houses can't afford.
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