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The Money Behind the Movies

When the IRS comes calling on tax day in April, the economy is on everyone's mind. That includes Hollywood, too, from the biggest stars to the newest studio employee.

It takes a lot of time and cash to make a movie, sometimes in ways you might not expect – and this week we take a little of the pain of tax time away with a look at some of the roles money plays in bringing your favorite films to the screen.

A Peek Inside MGM's 1926 Payroll Ledgers
What It Cost To Cast A Classic Movie
What $6 Million Per Minute Looks Like
Movie Money By The Numbers
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