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Death Valley Junction, California / Opera House #123392

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Jul 29, 1989
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) Report introduced.

(Death Valley Junction, California: Karen Stone) Artist and dancer Marta Beckett's Amargosa Opera House in deserted mining town of Death Valley Junction, California, featured; details given, scenes shown from her one-woman performances. [Two PATRONS - comment on Beckett.] [BECKETT - explains how she took over abandoned theater.] [Co-worker Tom WILLETT - comments.] [National Trust for Historic Preservation's Dwight YOUNG - says Death Valley Junction and operahouse are worth preserving.] [BECKETT - says she will hold onto her dream.]

Simpson, Carole;
Stone, Karen

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