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Hollywood, California / Trademark War #325780

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Feb 28, 1989
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Hollywood, California: David Browning) No. of United States cities named Hollywood given. Hollywood, California, reported attempting to get trademark for name and charge for its use; details given, scenes shown. [Hollywood, Georgia, spokesperson Ross DOVER - comments on situation.] [Hollywood, California, chamber of commerce spokesperson Bill WELSH - comments on situation.] Representatives from other Hollywoods noted mtg. to fight California city's moves toward trademark. [Hollywood, MD, spokesperson Jeanette THOMPSON - comments.] [Hollywood, Alabama, mayor Truett LANKFORD - comments.] [Florida CHILD - comments.] [Actor Dennis WEAVER - says California has real Hollywood.] [DOVER - comments on moral degradation of Hollywood, California.] Case noted being settled in court.

Browning, David;
Rather, Dan

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