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CBS Evening News for Friday, Aug 08, 1986
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(Studio: Charles Kuralt) Report introduced.

(Hollywood, California: David Browning) Controversy over colorization of old black and white films examined; details given. Scenes from several shown. [Jimmy STEWART - opposes trend.] [Colorization executive Earl GLICK - cites audience demand for color movies.] ["From Here to Eternity" director Fred ZINNEMANN, "In Cold Blood" director Richard BROOKS - defense black and white.] [TV exec. Bill FRAANK - notes incrd. ratings when "Miracle on 42nd Street" was colorized.] [GLICK, BROOKS - debate colorization's impact.] Films currently undergoing process named.

Browning, David;
Kuralt, Charles

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