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MGM'S 'UNDERCOVER BLUES' OPENS WITH A BANG

 SANTA MONICA, Calif., Sept. 13 /PRNewswire/ -- Kicking off the fall season, MGM's "Undercover Blues" opened this past weekend, emerging as the No. 1 comedy film in the country. Released wide on Sept. 10, the action-comedy beat out the rest of the competition, finishing second only to the summer's dramatic blockbuster "The Fugitive."
 "Undercover Blues" stars two of today's most popular actors, Kathleen Turner and Dennis Quaid, as Jane and Jeff Blue, spies for the '90s. Juggling marriage, parenthood and espionage, they share an affectionate banter and a provocative onscreen chemistry that is reminiscent of MGM's classic "Thin Man" comedies.
 Directed by acclaimed Oscar nominee Herbert Ross, "Undercover Blues" also stars Fiona Shaw, Stanley Tucci, Obba Babatunde, Larry Miller, Tom Arnold and Park Overall. The film was produced by Mike Lobell and executive produced by Ross and Andrew Bergman.
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