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SERIES TITLE: "POLTERGEIST: THE LEGACY"
Helen Shaver, Derek de Lint, Robbi Chong, Martin Cummins, Patrick Fitzgerald
SUBJECT: LUNCHING WITH POLTERGEISTS Lunch break on a film set is usually a rushed affair -- getting the meal, eating it and hurrying back to the set. But things were different recently on the set of "Poltergeist." Producer Richard Lewis had a TV projection unit and video playback set up in the studio so that the cast and crew could see the show's just completed trailer. Nearly 100 people stood around the darkened studio to admire the results of their work as clips from scenes shot flashed by to the insistent beat of a driving soundtrack. When the four minutes ended, everyone agreed that the show's excitement is perfectly captured. They also thanked Lewis for taking the time and trouble to bring the tape to them. "I spend most of my time working in the wardrobe truck," said the set costumer, "It's really great to actually see something!"
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