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Good Morning America #656914

ABC Special for Thursday, Aug 14, 1980

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  • ABC coverage of 1980 Democratic National Convention on "Good Morning America," reported by David Hartman, Pat Collins, Steve Bell, Charles Gibson, Ann Compton, Royal Kennedy, Jack Anderson, Mike Von Fremd, and Hal Bruno.
  • Taped excerpts of speeches by and/or interviews with Thomas "Tip" O'Neill, Mario Cuomo, Hamilton Jordan, Mary Finnigan, Patrick Lucey, Pete Flaherty, John Anderson, Bart Gordon, John Hill, Billy Carter, and unidentified others.
  • Live interviews with Robert Strauss, Ron Brown, Bruce Dern, Shirley Chisholm, Ellie Smeal and Lillian Carter.
  • Time/Dateline error at [8:49].
  • Reporter(s):
    Hartman, David;
    Collins, Pat;
    Bell, Steve;
    Gibson, Charles;
    Compton, Ann;
    Kennedy, Royal;
    Anderson, Jack;
    Von Fremd, Mike;
    Bruno, Hal

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