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Tuesday Morning #659134

CBS Special for Tuesday, Nov 04, 1980

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  • Live CBS morning news program, notable for its coverage of the 1980 Presidential election and the Iran hostage situation, hosted by Charles Kuralt. With reports and analysis from Lee Thornton, Bill Plante, Ed Rabel, Bruce Morton, Gordon Barnes, Ray Gandolf, Diane Sawyer, Charles Osgood, Tom Fenton, Harry Reasoner, Bob Schieffer, Dan Rather, Lesley Stahl, Ray Brady, and Walter Cronkite.
  • Taped footage of interviews and statements from President Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan, Representative John Anderson, Barbara Rosen, and Jerry Rosen.
  • Live footage of an interview with Frank Freidel.

  • Reporter(s):
    Thornton, Lee;
    Plante, Bill;
    Rabel, Ed;
    Morton, Bruce;
    Barnes, Gordon;
    Gandolf, Ray;
    Sawyer, Diane;
    Osgood, Charles;
    Fenton, Tom;
    Reasoner, Harry;
    Schieffer, Bob;
    Rather, Dan;
    Stahl, Lesley;
    Brady, Ray;
    Cronkite, Walter

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