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California / Tanless Fad #321175

CBS Evening News for Friday, May 13, 1988
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Hollywood, California: David Browning) Fair skin reported latest fashion trend. [Society columnist Richard ROUILARD - says tans are out and George Hamilton has removed tanning machine from his Rolls Royce.] [Author Jackie COLLINS - says Hollywood wives like to keep that pale perfect complexion.] [WOMAN - says tans are ugly.] [Cosmetics Company owner Gale HAYMAN - says self- destruction is "out."] [Restaurant owner Michel RICHARD - comments on customers who wanted to be shielded from sun.] Skin cancer and wrinkling discussed. Bain de Soleil ads noted using model with fairer skin. [Modeling agency owner Nina BLANCHARD - comments on California image.] [Lane ADAMS - comments on tanning salon.] [Irving LINK - says likes tanning.] [ROUILARD - says Hamilton is lighter.]

Browning, David;
Rather, Dan

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