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48 Hours: Showdown #650338

CBS Special for Wednesday, Jun 05, 1991

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An examination of the issues related to gun control, including:

  • Taped segment (entitled "Two Guns") with Bernard Goldberg (CBS), slain police officer Rick Gould's widow Cathy Gould, gun shop owner James Norman, former Florence (SC) Chief of Police Ralph Porter, and Sonya, Tommy, and Charlene Miller.
  • Taped segment (entitled "Line of Fire") with Goldberg, former White House Press Secretary James Brady, Brady's wife Sarah Brady, NRA Institute of Legislative Action Executive Director James Baker, and unidentified others.
  • Taped segment (entitled "Arms Control") with Harold Dow (CBS), Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms Special Agent Dave Behrend, Tom Dunleavy of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms Director Steve Higgins, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms Group Supervisor Hamilton Bobb, and unidentified others.
  • Taped segment (entitled "Duel on the Hill") with Phil Jones (CBS), Rep. Edward Feighan, Rep. Jack Fields, Rep. Charles Schumer, Rep. Ralph Hall, and Dorothy Witt.
  • Taped segment (entitled "Gunfight") with Hattie Kaufman (CBS), shooting instructor T.J. Johnson, California State Assemblyman Lloyd Connelly, B and B Sales store owner Barry Kahn, and unidentified others.
  • Taped segment (entitled "Gun Shy") with Jones, Gene Smith of the National Wild Turkey Federation, Ken Henderson, SC State Congressman Butler Derrick, and unidentified others.
  • Taped segment (entitled "Parting Shots") with Jones, Rep. Jack Fields, Rep. Edward Feigan, James Brady, Jim Baker, and unidentified others.

  • Duration:
    00:58:00

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