ABC Evening News for Friday, May 12, 1978
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(London Studio) Attitude overseas toward Watergate said often confused. French said to be informed this wkend.
REPORTER: Peter Jennings
(Paris, France) Film of Bob Woodward on Champs Elyssee, in front of theater showing "All the Presidents' Men", shown. Also film of John Ehrlichman, James Saint Clair and William Colby in Paris shown. television spectacular Watergate to be filmed. Special said to be shown on television Sunday night involving above 4. Reasons for special given. Colby's new book "30 Ans de CIA. "("Honorable Men: My Life in the CIA"), and tickets on Concorde supersonic transport noted as factors. Nature of broadcast considered. Saint Clair statement with regard to Nixon getting fair deal and press role in Watergate noted. Friendship between Woodward and Ehrlichman noted. French attitude toward Watergate and Nixon considered.
REPORTER: Pierre Salinger.
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