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Good Morning America #656820

ABC Special for Wednesday, Oct 29, 1980

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  • ABC "Good Morning America" re: post- Carter-Reagan Debate reaction, reported by David Hartman, Joan Lunden, Steve Bell, Mike Von Fremd, Tim O'Brien, Pierre Salinger, Joe Benton, Lou Harris, Hal Bruno, and Ron Miller.
  • Excerpts of debate between Jimmy Carter and Ronald Reagan.
  • Excerpts of interviews with Ronald Reagan, and Robert Strauss.
  • Live interviews with Jody Powell, James Baker, John Anderson, and Margot Seitelman, Sharon Madison, Charles Rothermel, Jerry Garcia, Bob Weir, and Charles Panati.
  • Picture disturbance at [7:32-7:34] due to network difficulties.
  • Reporter(s):
    Hartman, David;
    Lunden, Joan;
    Bell, Steve;
    Von Fremd, Mike;
    O'Brien, Tim;
    Salinger, Pierre;
    Benton, Joe;
    Harris, Lou;
    Bruno, Hal;
    Miller, Ron

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