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Baseball / Yankees / Fantasy Tapes #82175

ABC Evening News for Friday, Dec 16, 1983
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(Studio) Yankees manager Billy Martin reported fired again by George Steinbrenner, and replaced by Yogi Berra. Following item introd.
REPORTER: Peter Jennings

(Arlington, Virginia) Nat Albright, creator and talent for fantasy tapes, featured. Albright said producer of simulated vanity tapes for would-be sports stars. Tapes, with faked crowd noises, purport to be broadcasts of actual events participated in by the obscure and unfamous. [ALBRIGHT - makes a tape.] Success story told. [ALBRIGHT - talks of making the tapes.]
REPORTER: Ray Gandolf

(Studio) Summary remarks.
REPORTER: Peter Jennings

Gandolf, Ray;
Jennings, Peter

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