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Good Morning America re: John Lennon #656832

ABC Special for Tuesday, Dec 09, 1980

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  • ABC "Good Morning America" re: the murder of John Lennon and political violence in El Salvador, reported by David Hartman, Stephanie Edwards, Steve Bell, Rita Sands, John McWethy, Joe Benton, Geraldo Rivera, Pat Collins, John McKenzie, Royal Kennedy, and Mike Von Fremd.
  • Excerpts of statements by Ronald Reagan and Edward Kennedy.
  • Excerpts of interviews with John Lennon, Pete Ellis and Del Winans.
  • Live interviews with Dave Sholin, Murray "The K" Kaufman, Sid Bernstein, Robert Palmer, Don Kirshner, Rex Reed, Sister Melinda Roper, Sister Peggy Healy, Nancy Walker, Diana Green, and unidentified others.
  • Reporter(s):
    Hartman, David;
    Edwards, Stephanie;
    Bell, Steve;
    Sands, Rita;
    McWethy, John;
    Benton, Joe;
    Rivera, Geraldo;
    Collins, Pat;
    McKenzie, John;
    Kennedy, Royal;
    Von Fremd, Mike
    Duration:
    01:58:50

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