CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 12, 1994
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(Studio: Connie Chung) Report introduced.
(Eureka, California: John Blackstone) The controversy over the scheduled performance of the children's musical "Peter and the Wolf" by the Eureka, California, symphony examined. [MAN - reads from the story.] [Conductor Ken HANNAFORD, wolf advocate/cellist Anne CONRAD-ANTOVILLE, musicians Kay POLLARD, Michael RUUD, Elizabeth MORRISON, fisherman Dennis RUSHKIN, two CHILDREN - express their opinions with regard to whether wolves are fairly portrayed in "Peter and the Wolf" and whether the symphony should perform the piece.]
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