Belvedere scene of movie 'wrap' party

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November 13, 1991|By LAURA CHARLES

IT'S A WRAP for the movie, "That Night," which was shot on location in the Big Crab and throughout Maryland. Cast and crew gathered for the customary "wrap" party last Friday night at the Belvedere.

The film, based on the book by Alice McDermott, was written and directed by Craig Bolotin. It's scheduled to be out in the theaters in the spring of '92. Stay tuned.

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SPEAKING OF FILM, Hollywood wunderkind Steven Spielberg will be joining animated film star Fievel Mousekewitz and first lady Barbara Bush Sunday at the Kennedy Center in D.C. for the world premiere of "An American Tail: Fievel Goes West."

The screening is a benefit for Reading is Fundamental and a gala reception will follow the movie. Other celebs expected are actress -- and Spielberg's ex -- Amy Irving, "Candid Camera's" Dom Deluise and former "Saturday Night Live" performer Jon Lovitz. For tickets, call RIF at (202) 287-3371.

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ORGANIZERS ARE staging the first ever "Beyond Cholesterol Gala" Saturday night at Martin's West. The gala, which celebrates the 20th anniversary of the Lipid Research Unit at Johns Hopkins, is the first of a number of events to raise $3.5 million over the next three years for the unit.

The unit was established in 1971 by Dr. Peter O. Kwiterovich Jr., who has devoted his professional career to understanding and preventing coronary heart disease in children and adults. Call (410) 955-5034 for tickets.

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MODEL BEHAVIOR: The Baltimore Orioles' Cal Ripken isn't the only high scorer in his family. Pretty wife Kelly hit her own home run in New York recently at designer Eleanor P. Brenner's spring fashion show at Hotel Macklowe. In the finale, Kelly wowed the audience in a short black patent trench and sparkling tank.

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THE BALTIMORE Museum of Industry will kick off a weekend of events celebrating its 10th anniversary Friday night with a testimonial dinner to honor the many people whose efforts have contributed to its success, most notably the late Howard Head. Call (410) 727-4808.

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