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Osmond Brothers Tour England #461410

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 15, 1972
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(Studio) Osmond Bros., American singing group, started off square but graduated to rock. 2 most popular rock groups in American have been British (Beatles and Rolling Stones). Osmonds go to Britain and make a big hit.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(London, England) UT's 6 Osmond Brothers on 1st European tour stir hysteria reminiscent of Beatlemania. [Girls age 12-16 adore group. Find it hard to explain why they are so devoted.] [Alan OSMOND - says fans need someone to look up to.] [Wayne OSMOND - thinks it's healthy for people to scream and get excited.] [Jimmy OSMOND - thinks its good for people to come see concerts.]
REPORTER: George Montgomery

(Studio) Donny Osmond, almost 15, says voice is changing.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

Chancellor, John;
Montgomery, George

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