CBS Evening News for Sunday, Mar 24, 1985
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer
(London, England) Growth of British film industry and impact in United States examined; "A Passage to India" cited as example Scenes shown. ["Passage" director David LEAN - feels Europeans beat Americans at depth of character.] "Chariots of Fire's" success recalled. [Goldcrest Studios spokesperson Barry LIEBERSON - praises status of British film talent.] Slump in film industry in Britain noted; Hollywood's miscalculation about "The Killing Fields" discussed. [Critic Barry NORMAN - considers source of Hollywood's problem.] Tomorrow's Oscar presentations mentioned.
REPORTER: Steve Kroft
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