Old oil money, cat fights and clothing to die for "Dallas" a remake of the classic television series is set to shoot in Shreveport for 8 weeks, beating out the city of Dallas for the majority of filming time. Oil City was of particular interest to the producer because of all the oil fields and residents like Coe Haywood are thrilled. "How many times does Oil City get a producer from California to come look at our area to put a big huge movie like "Dallas" with John Travolta, and Jennifer Lopez, I mean really? That is the most exciting thing that happened that day besides rain," admitted Coe Haywood. Even though it did take some wooing to get 20th Century Fox to the area it didn`t stop Hollywood big wigs from giving it a green light. "We have the western look, but we also have the Kentucky farm look, we have the historic homes, and we have lakes and swamps and he was thrilled with that," commented BettyJo LeBrun-Mooring, Director of the Shreveport-Bossier Film Office. The film industry is now calling Louisiana Hollywood south and it doesn`t take a soapy, back stabbing plot to see why they like the red carpet treatment and big tax incentives. "To do what they do everyday to work with the location managers, with the directors and the producers and to go out and help promote the Shreveport-Bossier area," added Pam Glorioso, City of Bossier Project Coordinator. As for Haywood, it`s all about having the chance to be part of Hollywood`s glamour.