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January 29, 1988 - Image 69

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-01-29

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LEO MERTZ'S KOSHER

CAFE KATON

547 - 3581

23055 COOLIDGE • Oak Park

FOR PEOPLE CONCERNED
ABOUT KASHRUTH!

dining room, carry-out and trays

• breakfast • lunch • dinner
• after-theater • kiddie menu

effacement, created a fic-
tional gentile neighborhood
for their characters to live in."
The moguls were embarassed
or ashamed to focus on their
own roots.
"I'm sort of tired of that,"
says Herskovitz, who did
something about it by injec-
ting some Jewishness into the
characters.
"Look, if I made this as a
`The Adventures of Michael,
Jewish Person, then it's possi-
ble I would scare off part of
the audience — and we are ap-
pealing to a mass audience,"
says Herskovitz. But to show
some elements of Jewishness
— a dream sequence where
Michael's grandfather comes
back and relates stories of the
shtetl — well, Herskovitz
wanted to use his real frames
of reference for reel frames of
rererence.
"And do you know what's
encouraging? I never heard a
word about it"; no one com-
plained, a minor miracle in
overly sensitive Hollywood.
"Yes, the studio was con-
cerned somewhat when I had
Michael put on a yarmulke"
during the opening shot of the
first episode. But, Middle
America did not share the
network's concern.
Indeed, Middle America is
not about to meddle with this
show. "We always assumed
that thirtysomething would
appeal to audiences in urban
areas," says Herskovitz.
"What we found is that our
ratings are also doing quite
well in rural areas."
The personal lives of the
producers do not serve as a
"farm team" for ideas for the
show. "We do not steal lines
from our personal lives to
use," says Herskovitz. "What
we do is try to dissect what
happens in our lives and app-
ly what we learn."

GOING PLACES

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• Banquet Facilities

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