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Child Piano Prodigy #111293

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Sep 13, 1987
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(Studio: Sam Donaldson) Report introduced.

(No location given: Edie Magnus) Update on recent story of handicapped piano prodigy, 4-yr.-old Jermaine Gardner, featured; details given, scenes shown. Musician Stevie Wonder's effort to help boy described; photos shown. [Jackie GARDNER - notes appropriateness of Wonder as role model for son.] Dallas foundation's offer to pay for surgery to correct child's physical deformities noted. [Voice of Dr. Ian MUNRO - notes psychological importance to child of his appearance.] [Voice of Dr. Ken. SALYER - explains surgical procedure.] [Jermaine GARDNER - loves his new nose.] [Jackie GARDNER - praises impact on son.]

Donaldson, Sam;
Magnus, Edie

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