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Stewart Death #376609

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jul 02, 1997
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(Studio: Harry Smith) The death of actor Jimmy Stewart reported.

(Hollywood: Jerry Bowen) Stewart's film career reviewed; film clips shown. [FANS, columnist Army ARCHERD, actor Charlton HESTON, film critic Gene SISKEL - remember Stewart.] [On his 75th birthday, STEWART - thanks his hometown for their support.]

(Studio: Harry Smith) Report introduced.

(No location given: David Browning) Stewart's life featured; film clips shown of his many different roles as famous people and his reputation as a homespun American hero outlined. [Former President Ronald REAGAN - praises Stewart.] [STEWART - talks about his career and life.]

Bowen, Jerry;
Browning, David;
Smith, Harry

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