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Thanksgiving Turkeys #313634

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 25, 1987
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Los Angeles, California: David Browning) Scenes shown of Thanksgiving turkeys and consumption figures announced. [Turkey industry board Caryl SAUNDERS - discusses benefits of eating turkey.] Turkey surplus discussed. [WOMAN - says loves the cheapness.] [MAN - says it's a turkey war.] [WOMAN - says could eat it any time.] Scenes shown of animal rights activists protesting manner in which turkeys are killed. [Advocate Gene BURKE - says it's strange to give thanks for life and then kill turkeys.] Scenes shown of turkey ranch. [Turkey ranch manager Avon WATERS - says he gets attached to the birds.] Types of turkey dishes named.

Reporter(s):
Browning, David;
Rather, Dan
Duration:
00:02:00

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