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Crosstown Traffic is a 1995 American TV movie. It was directed by George Hickenlooper who called it "a dreadful experience. It showed me that TV really is just a factory. But I needed the credit to get my Directors Guild card. I sold my soul to Satan; now I'm trying to get it back." [1]

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  1. DOGTOWN DIRECTOR HAVING HIS DAY: [FIVE STAR LIFT Edition] Jeff Daniel Of the Post-Dispatch Staff. St. Louis Post - Dispatch (pre-1997 Fulltext); St. Louis, Mo. [St. Louis, Mo]10 May 1996: 01E.