The Lottery (1989 film)
The Lottery is a 1989 film directed by Garry Marshall shown at the then Disney MGM Studios in line for the first versions of the Studio Backlot Tour. It was a short comedy film, demonstrating special effects and production making, it stars Bette Midler as a lady who chases a lottery ticket around New York. The film was shot at Disney MGM Studios on the New York Set. It took a crew of over 100 people to produce.
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