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08/21/2002 4:09 pm ET 
Chris Rock movie scene to be filmed Saturday night before the game
Fans invited to become part of background scene

Fans attending Saturday night's Orioles game against the Toronto Blue Jays are urged to arrive early and be in their seats before the start of the game. Actor and comedian Chris Rock will be filming a scene for the film "Head of State," currently in production, at Oriole Park at Camden Yards as part of the pre-game activities.

Rock, who also serves as director of the film, will be shooting a scene in which his character throws out the ceremonial first pitch before an Orioles game. Fans will have a chance to be in the background of the scene, and Rock will address the crowd as well.

Filming will take place between 6:30 and 7:00 p.m.

Fans can purchase upper reserved tickets for $5 for Saturday night's game before 6 p.m. by mentioning the movie.

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