Cinema: Pandora's Box

Hollywood's Nassour Studios, site of many an independent film production, fell a casualty last week in show business' battle of the century: the movies v. television. Los Angeles' TV station KTTV bought the studios for $2,250,000, planned to use them for producing TV film shorts for 25 stations as far away as Manhattan. For Hollywood it was only a minor setback. But it gave the nervous movie industry fresh cause to wonder, worry and scheme over the troubles still to fly from the Pandora's box in U.S. living rooms.

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