NBC Evening News for Sunday, May 21, 1972
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(Studio) Bomb threat against Queen Elizabeth II revealed as hoax.
REPORTER: Garrick Utley
(Southampton, England) 3 British antisabotage experts had parachuted to Q.E. II to search in vain for bombs. Extortion plan made on Cunard Line without bombs actually aboard. [Passenger, Mrs. Henry HAENER - thought bomb threat was a joke.] [British Army Captain Robert WILLIAMS - says he didn't have time to worry about landing in water for 1st time in parachute.] [Q.E. II Captain William LAW - hopes bomb scare never happens again, although possibility does exist.]
REPORTER: George Montgomery
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