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Fisher Death / Her Career #1105604

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 27, 2016
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(Studio: Jim Sciutto; Los Angeles/Hollywood: Paul Vercammen) The death of actress Carrie Fisher after her heart attack & the condolences from her Star Wars family discussed; Harrison Ford, George Lucas, Mark Hamill, J.J. Abrams quoted.

(Studio: Jim Sciutto) Report introduced.

(Stephanie Elam) Fisher's legacy as an actress, author, mother presented; film clips & photos from her life shown. [FISHER - talks about mood stabilizers, Star Wars, how she was restricted.]

(Studio: Jim Sciutto) Live discussion held with "Hollywood Reporter" Matthew Belloni about Fisher. [BELLONI - talks about Fisher's career as actress, author, screenwriter & script doctor, her struggle with addiction & depression, her love-hate relationship with show business, her writing recently about her affair with Ford.]

Sciutto, Jim;
Vercammen, Paul

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