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Nightline #647296

ABC Special for Thursday, Jun 11, 1992

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  • Live discussion with Ted Koppel (ABC), film critic Michael Medved, and actor Ron Silver re: VP Dan Quayle's recent criticism of the values underlying Hollywood films and TV shows.
  • Taped segment with Jeff Greenfield (ABC), Quayle, excerpt of an 11/13/69 speech by then VP Spiro Agnew, author Jeffrey Bell, "First Things" Editor Father Richard Neuhaus, and "Designing Women" TV show creator Linda Bloodworth-Thomason.
  • A live report by Mark Potter (ABC) re: George Bush 's visit to Panama earlier today.
  • A live report by Barry Serafin (ABC) re: security for the Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

  • Reporter(s):
    Koppel, Ted (ABC);
    Greenfield, Jeff (ABC)

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