NBC Evening News for Thursday, Mar 25, 2004
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(Washington: Brian Williams) Report introduced.
(Laguna Beach, California: Bob Faw) The attempt by 2 Americans to negotiate the world’s longest river, the Blue Nile, filming it for an IMAX movie, featured; scenes shown. [“The Lost River” author Richard BANGS- says the Blue Nile is the Mount Everest of rivers.] [In California, filmmaker Greg MacGILLIVRAY- comments on the thrill of seeing someone tackle a “first.”] [Adventurer Pasquale SCATURRO- talks about the trip.]
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