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GEDCA still going after 'Max Havoc' producers

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The Max Havoc saga continues in the Superior Court today as the Guam Economic Development and Commerce Authority is pursuing legal action against John Laing and Guam Motion Pictures Company. The government is attempting to recoup an $800,000 loan guaranty given to Laing and GMPC for Guam's big screen flop, the straight-to-video production "Max Havoc: Curse of the Dragon".

The film producer filed a similar suit in California trying to get out of paying that guaranty back. A scheduling conference is expected to be held today before Superior Court Judge Michael Bordallo.
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