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<i> From Times Staff and Wire Service Reports</i>

A country music journalist says Willie Nelson was the best lover she’s experienced, but she’s suing him for $50 million anyway. “I almost felt like a virgin because I had never before experienced sex with that depth and clarity, and I don’t ever expect to find it again,” Nancy Helen Wilson said in an interview taped for airing today on “A Current Affair.” Wilson says she was 25 when she interviewed Nelson in 1985, starting a six-month affair. She’s suing because she claims Nelson promised to marry her and because she broke her ankle at his ranch. . . . Principal photography began today on Orion Pictures’ “Married to It,” starring Beau Bridges, Stockard Channing, Robert Sean Leonard, Mary Stuart Masterson, Cybill Shepherd and Ron Silver, directed by Arthur Hiller. Shooting on location in Manhattan and Toronto, “Married to It” is a comedy about three contemporary married couples whose lives become intertwined despite their radically different lifestyles. The film is unusual because it has six leading characters, all with equal parts. . . . Meanwhile Stephen King’s “Graveyard Shift” completed principal photography Thursday. Based on a King short story, the horror thriller was filmed on location in Bangor, Me., and stars David Andrews, Kelly Wolf, Stephen Macht and Brad Dourif.


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