Film crew: Mob flick maker stiffed us for $200K.

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The crew that worked on the movie "Made in Chinatown," filmed in Philadelphia last summer, want their money and they have filed a lawsuit to get it. The "martial arts mob comedy" features members of the cast of the classic television series "The Sopranos." Apparently it came in well over budget.

Camera operators and other crew members claim they did not get paid from July 21 to August 3, the last two weeks of production.

The lead plaintiff in the case claims the crew performed approximately 120 hours of work each for which...

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