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Jun 28, 1999
Defenders of the faith should stand at ease — Daily Variety (Hollywood, California)
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Type: Press
Author(s): Peter Bart
Source: Daily Variety (Hollywood, California)
THE MOST MAIL Daily Variety has received this year about a single article has come in response to a story that the newspaper will never run. The subject was Scientology and its influence on Hollywood. The story was in the process of being researched by our film editor, Dan Cox, who recently left the paper to accept a job as a literary agent without finishing the article. In approaching his story, Cox was impressed by the fact that the Scientologists, who've ...
Feb 25, 1997
Scientology's "Holocaust" // Is Hollywood on the wrong side in Germany's "Church" vs. state furor? — Salon
Type: Press
Author(s): David Hudson
Source: Salon
BERLIN — “Historically inaccurate and totally distasteful." Strong words from Madeleine Albright, who had good reason to apply them. America's new secretary of State was referring to the widely publicized statement by Oliver Stone, Dustin Hoffman and other Hollywood celebrities equating Germany's current treatment of the Church of Scientology with the Holocaust. When she met with German Chancellor Helmut Kohl last week, Albright was committed to bringing up U.S. "concerns" about Germany's treatment of Scientologists. At the same time, she clearly ...
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Feb 18, 1997
Albright plays down dispute over Scientology — Los Angeles Times (California)
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Feb 6, 1997
Germany versus Scientology — Los Angeles Times (California)
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Jan 28, 1997
Word War Two — Star magazine
Jan 27, 1997
U.S. criticizes Germany on Scientology — Washington Post
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Jan 17, 1997
'Mission' a German hit despite boycott — Los Angeles Times (California)
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Type: Press
Author(s): Judy Brennan, Mary Williams Walsh
Source: Los Angeles Times (California)
Movies: The success of the film, targeted by conservatives because it stars Scientologist Tom Cruise, eases studio fears about releasing other films featuring members of the movement. Despite the much-publicized boycott in Germany of "Mission: Impossible" because its star, Tom Cruise, is a Scientologist, the film grossed about $24 million, considered a huge success for the important German market by Hollywood studios, and ranked eighth in Germany for 1996. The results could help assuage the Hollywood studios that are preparing for ...
Jan 15, 1997
German Party Replies To Scientology Backers — International Herald Tribune
Jan 15, 1997
U.S. celebrities defend Scientology in Germany — San Francisco Chronicle (California)
Jan 11, 1997
German policy on Scientology attacked — Los Angeles Times (California)
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Type: Press
Author(s): Mary Williams Walsh
Source: Los Angeles Times (California)
Europe: Open letter to Kohl draws analogy to treatment of Jews before World War II. Politicians respond angrily. BERLIN — A running battle between German government officials and the Church of Scientology escalated this week, with 34 prominent Americans from the entertainment industry denouncing Germany for allegedly treating Scientologists as it treated the Jews in 1936, and the German foreign minister accusing the celebrities of "falsifying history." "It's out of the question that there's persecution of Scientology in Germany," Foreign Minister ...
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