ABC Evening News for Friday, Aug 14, 1998
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) The renaissance of roller coasters in the US introduced.
(Valencia, California: Tom Foreman) The roller coaster phenomenon featured; scenes shown from the ride called The Ridler's Revenge at California's Magic Mountain. [Three RIDERS, designer Jim BLACKEY, American Coaster Enthusiasts Club Rick TURNER, sociologist Margaret KING - talk about the appeal of roller coasters.]
(Studio: Charles Gibson) The first great coaster, the Cyclone, at New York's Coney Island, recalled. [Comedian Buddy HACKETT - describes riding on the Cyclone.]
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