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Nightline #656819

ABC Special for Tuesday, Oct 28, 1980

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  • ABC "Nightline" re: reaction to the Presidential Debate between Jimmy Carter and Ronald Reagan; including a report on the Iran Hostage Crisis.
  • Reported by Ted Koppel, Frank Reynolds, Lynn Scherr, Ron Miller, Sam Donaldson, Barry Serafin, James Wooten, Sander Vanocur, Barbara Walters, Howard K. Smith.
  • Includes excerpts of statements by Jimmy Carter.
  • Live interviews with Tom Wicker, George Will, Melissa Maxcy Wade, James Unger, Frank Guzzo, Sharon Haywood, Robert Battle, Ester Truitt, John Anderson, James Baker, Marvin Stone, William Hilliard, Dorothea Morefield.
  • Reporter(s):
    Koppel, Ted;
    Reynolds, Frank;
    Scherr, Lynn;
    Miller, Ron;
    Donaldson, Sam;
    Serafin, Barry;
    Wooten, James;
    Vanocur, Sander;
    Walters, Barbara;
    Smith, Howard K.

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