Messages From The Hostages #656830
ABC Special for Friday, Dec 26, 1980
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ABC news special "Messages from the Hostages," re: various previous messages from the American hostages in Iran throughout the crisis, new Christmas messages, psychology of hostages, Iran Hostages Situation - Day 419, reported by Frank Reynolds, John Martin, Steve Shepard, Jacques Grenier and Barrie Dunsmore.
Participants include Joseph Subic Jr, William Gallegos, Kathryn Koob, Richard Queen, Gregory Persinger, Steven Kirtley, Joseph Hall, Donald Cooke, William Royer, Barry Rosen, Steven Lauterbach, Robert Engelmann, Bruce German, William Keough, Robert Ode, William Belk, Jerry Miele, John Graves, Thomas Schaeffer, Elizabeth Ann Swift, Bert Moore, Paul Lewis, Philip Ward, Kevin Hermening, and Jerry Plotkin.
Live interviews with Steve Pieczenik, Frank Ochberg, Barbara Rosen, William Quarles, andHodding Carter.
Quotes from taped interviews with Redha Malek, Seghir Mostefai, and Abdul Karim Gheraieb.
- Reynolds, Frank;
- Martin, John;
- Shepard, Steve;
- Grenier, Jacques;
- Dunsmore, Barrie
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