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North Dakota / Movie Theaters #976573

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 20, 2010
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Langdon, North Dakota: Kevin Tibbles) Efforts to save movie theaters in small towns in North Dakota featured; map shown of non-profit theaters. [Rockford Theater Jeff PFAU†- says nobody’s in here to make money.] [Rockford Theater David JENRICH†- says he grew up in the projection booth.] [Northern Lights Arts Council Carol HART†, Don HAUGEN†- comment on the effort to save Langdon’s Roxy Theater.] [Langdon residents John and Arlaine DELEBO†- reminisce.] [“Memory Palaces of North Dakota” author Tim KENNEDY†- says living in this harsh environment they can go to the theater and go over the rainbow.]

Williams, Brian;
Tibbles, Kevin

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