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Iran / Hostage Crisis #508519

NBC Evening News for Friday, Dec 26, 1980
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(Studio) Iranian film of United States hostages discussed, shown. [Hostages Bert MOORE, sergeant Paul LEWIS, John GRAVES, Joseph HALL, sergeant Steven KIRTLEY, William BELK, Robert ODE, Colonel Thomas SCHAEFER, Barry ROSEN, Kathryn KOOB, Elizabeth Ann SWIFT, sergeant Kevin HERMENING, Don. COOKE, William ROYER, sergeant Gregory PERSINGER, William KEOUGH, Junior, Steven LAUTERBACH - send messages to families.] [Sister of Koob, Vivian HOMEYER, father of Kevin Hermening, Richard HERMENING, mother of William Royer, Mrs. William ROYER, Senior, sister of Joseph Hall, Carol ELLEDGE, parents of Steven Lauterbach, Margaret and Eugene LAUTERBACH - comment on films.] "NBC Magazine" reported having further coverage of event later tonight; upcoming item announced.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

Reporter(s):
Chancellor, John
Duration:
00:08:50

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