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LOS ANGELES - You'd think that the six-month review process that led to the appointment of Saatchi & Saatchi/Pacific to handle the $15-20-million Savoy Picture" />
LOS ANGELES - You'd think that the six-month review process that led to the appointment of Saatchi & Saatchi/Pacific to handle the $15-20-million Savoy Picture" />

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Behind the Breakup Of Saatchi and Savoy By Kathy Tyre

LOS ANGELES - You'd think that the six-month review process that led to the appointment of Saatchi & Saatchi/Pacific to handle the $15-20-million Savoy Picture

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The companies would only say the split was caused by a difference in objectives and operating styles.
But sources close to the relationship said Saatchi, who wowed the client in its pitch, and Savoy, launched by the founders of TriStar Pictures, could not agree on details of a payment schedule for the media the agency would buy on Savoy’s behalf.

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