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Plymouth Rock Studios

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Plymouth is a large city (land wise) if this studio is okayed by the public what would the overall effect be on this small city. There is a large amount of development, a great main area on their main street (1A, I think), and a decent sized commuter population who take the Kingston/Plymouth Commuter Rail, or drive up Route 3 to Boston everyday.

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Could be helpful for those who want to film in Boston, have the rest of production done in Plymouth than somewhere further away.

As long as there is some success with this studio, it is a positive for the city/region/state. It probably won't hurt Boston all that much.

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Plymouth is rapidly becoming a suburban nightmare and the big box retail whore of SE Mass. Luckily it's downtown has managed to stay in tact thanks to tourism and good food.

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Town Meeting easily passed two articles last night that will allow Plymouth Rock Studios to move forward with the construction of a $400 million film studio on a 240-acre golf course, after months of negotiation between local officials and studio executives.

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Colonial Plymouth has stars in its eyes over movie studio. The thought of turning Plymouth into a movie Mecca has won the enthusiastic support of many residents, but some don

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