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What Makes Carter Run? / Part II #488612

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Jun 01, 1976
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(Studio) Carter featured in series.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Plains, Georgia) Carter improves himself. Views of associates cited. [Carter's brother, Billy CARTER - doesn't think brother a tightwad.] Carter has hair styled. [Carter's barber Betty SWIMS - believes Carter looks good.] She is former "Playboy" bunny girl. Carter worked to improve TV appearance. [Speech coach, Dr. Vance TAYLOR - tells of training Carter.] [Carter's adviser, Charles KIRBO - believes Carter tries to improve; that is consistent with Carter's religion.] [Reading teacher, Mrs. Jack FINKLEA - tells of Carter's reading speed.] [Carter's dentist, Dr. L.R. SANDERSON - says Carter takes care of his teeth.] Carter uses Crest toothpaste. Feels burden of being a Southerner. Carter believes in improving himself all the way to the White House
REPORTER: Tom Pettit

(Studio) Carter's style and looks often caricatured. Reporter reads poem about Carter's "never tell a lie" statement.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

Chancellor, John;
Pettit, Tom

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