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Ordeal: The POWs Speak #659046

CBS Special for Friday, Mar 30, 1973

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  • CBS special "ORDEAL: the p.o.w.s speak" with John Hart, Hal Walker, Phil Jones, Bill Walker, Terry Drinkwater, Morton Dean and David Dick.
  • Taped statements by American P.O.W.s from the Vietnam War: Maj. Robert Jeffrey, Capt. James Mulligan, Cdr. Richard Stratton, Col. Robinson Risner, Col. Norman Gaddis, Col. Fred Cherry, Lt. Col. John Dramesi, Adm. Jeremiah Denton, Maj. Norman McDaniel, Cdr. Eugene McDaniel, Adm. James Stockdale, Lt. Cdr. Everett Alvarez, Maj. Floyd Thompson, Lt. David Rehmann, Ssg. David Harker, Capt. James Mulligan, M/Sgt. Harvey Brande, Gen. David Winn, Capt. Howard Rutledge and Lt. Cdr. Rodney Knutson.
  • Taped interview with the wife of P.O.W. Capt. Robert White.
  • Static in picture from 1AM to end; Time/Date line error from beginning to 12:21.
  • Reporter(s):
    Walker, Hal;
    Jones, Phil;
    Walker, Bill;
    Drinkwater, Terry;
    Dean, Morton;
    Dick, David

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