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Hollywood / Oscar Awards / City's Image #257446

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Apr 02, 1978
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(Studio) Upcoming Academy Awards presentations mentioned. Images conjured by name Hollywood noted; report is on real town.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Hollywood, California) (Temporary audio loss.) Film shown. Changes in Hollywood scene from early days of movies described; is noted that Hillside strangler chose some victims from scene. [Los Angeles police captain Jerry FEINBERG - thinks Hollywood gets bad publicity and admits it has open crime problems like prostitution, but also thinks it's glamorous and beautiful.] Fallacy behind Hollywood image detailed. [Screen Actors' Guild president Kathleen NOLAN - notes 52 cntrys. will receive Oscar broadcast and that Hollywood puts best foot forward for it, but it would be good if people realized problems in film industry also.] Improvement in industry in recent years outlined; studios mentioned are Paramount, Universal and Columbia. Scenes from movies shown. Plans to refurbish Hollywood sign above city mentioned.
REPORTER: Harold Dow

Dean, Morton;
Dow, Harold

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