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Borges and Lerner Deaths #310288

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Jun 14, 1986
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Deaths of Jorge Luis Borges, Argentine writer, and Alan Jay Lerner reported Music of Lerner and Frederick Loewe noted.

(No location given: Joan Snyder) Music from "My Fair Lady" featured, courtesy Warner Brothers Lerner career outlined. Films, photos shown. "Brigadoon", courtesy MGM, noted. "Camelot", courtesy Warner Bros.-Seven Arts, featured; noted becoming theme of John F. Kennedy administration Honoring of Lerner and Loewe at Kennedy Center in Washington, DC in 1985 recalled, scenes shown. Lerner's wife, Liz Robertson, shown singing "I Could Have Danced All Night" at gala, attended by President and Nancy Reagan (shown).

Schieffer, Bob;
Snyder, Joan

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