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Good Morning America #656822

ABC Special for Monday, Nov 03, 1980

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  • ABC "Good Morning America" re: Iran Hostage Situation and upcoming Presidential Election, reported by David Hartman, Joan Lunden, Steve Bell, Bob Dyke, David Ensor, James Wooten, Jack Anderson, Jack Smith, Tim O'Brien, Rebecca Chase, Hal Bruno, Lou Harris, and George Strait.
  • Excerpts of statements by Jimmy Carter, George Bush, Gerald Ford, Dorothea Morefield, Bonnie Graves, Louisa Kennedy, Henry Kissinger, Ronald Reagan, Ernest Cooke, Susan Cooke, Mansour Farhang, Robert Armao, Barbara Timm, Richard Queen, Walter Mondale, and Edward Kennedy.
  • Live interviews with Jack Watson, Joseph Sisco, John Anderson, Bill Brock, John White, Robert Armao, Don Wallace, Barbara Rosen, and Louisa Kennedy.
  • Reporter(s):
    Hartman, David;
    Lunden, Joan;
    Bell, Steve;
    Dyke, Bob;
    Ensor, David;
    Wooten, James;
    Anderson, Jack;
    Smith, Jack;
    O'Brien, Tim;
    Chase, Rebecca;
    Harris, Lou;
    Bruno, Hal;
    Strait, George

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