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New York / Paul Shaffer / David Letterman / Rupert Jee #1154355

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, May 20, 2015
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Tonight a moment that will go down in TV history. David Letterman is ending the late night run. He began in this very building 33 years ago after more than 6000 shows across two different networks. A look now at the Ed Sullivan Theater where Letterman is signing off for the last time. NBC is Harry Smith says goodby.e many of us have been in a state of mourning since David Letterman announced he would be leaving the late show. In fact Paul and I will be wrapping things up and taking a hike. This ...
Reporter(s):
Harry Smith
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00:02:11

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