We report on the 1997 December 14 prominence eruption event that was accompanied by eruptive signatures in X-rays, EUV and white light: coronal dimming, X-ray arcade formation , X-ray brightenings, EUV eruption, and a white light CME. The data used were obtained by the Nobeyama Radioheliograph, Yohkoh Soft X-ray Telescope (SXT) and SOHO/LASCO and EIT. We identified various substructures of the eruption and their inter-relationships. We found that the pre-disruption swelling of the equatorial streamer was caused by the outward displacement of the coronal material around the prominence location. The dynamical behaviors of the CME and the accompanying eruptive prominence seem to be very different