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O’seas report

o “Dennis the Menace” opens disappointingly in Japan, and “Hot Shots! Part Deux” heats up international B.O.

o Toei pacts for exclusive distribution of Fox product in Japan.

o Some Israeli authorities aren’t happy that a Palestinian TV station has begun broadcasting from the West Bank.

o Aussie investors flock to Paul Hogan’s next feature.

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