TAILOR-MADE FILM FOR TV
Mario Ingoglia is cutting more than fabric these days. A Springfield tailor who ran unsuccessfully as mayor in 2007, Ingoglia has completed editing a short film titled Southtown 66, to air on Sunday, May 17 during his Metro Variety Show on Access 4. Set in 1955 and shot at various locations in the capital city, including the old South Town neighborhood, Southtown 66 follows six friends on their way to a sock hop. The film stars local actors Mike Welch, Rachelle McCubbin, Suzanne Parris, Denise McIntire, Kimmie Sue, and Joe Means and airs at 7 a.m., 1 p.m., and 7 p.m.