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Presley / Death Anniversary / Memphis Bus. #55195

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Aug 15, 1978
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(Studio) Effect of Memphis strike on tourists coming to city for commemoration of Elvis Presley's death reported.
REPORTER: Max Robinson

(Memphis, Tennessee) Bus. involved in commemoration of Presley and his music reported Presley imitator Ron Young mentioned. Visitors' continued presence at Presley's Graceland mansion noted. [Elvis' uncle Vester PRESLEY - discusses souvenir shops set up across from mansion.] Estimates with regard to amount of business done by "Elvis industry" in year since his death given. [MEN - discuss business] [WOMAN -,will buy anything about Elvis she can.]

(Studio) Upcoming examination of controversy still surrounding Presley on news magazine program, "20/20", outlined.
REPORTER: Max Robinson

Brown, Bob;
Robinson, Max

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