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Today: While You Were Away (1964-1973 Retrospective) #659420

NBC Special for Thursday, Feb 22, 1973

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  • Today special: 1964-1973 Retrospective for homecoming POWs.
  • Anchored by Frank McGee, Barbara Walters and Gene Shalit.
  • Reported by Frank Blair, Steve Delaney, Lou Davis and Catherine Mackin, with commentary by Bob Hope.
  • Interviews with Martin Goldman of the Intellectual Digest, Alvin Toffler, author of Future Shock, Major Floyd Thompson, Dr Philip Blaiberg and Sammy Davis Jr.
  • Footage of speeches by Lyndon Johnson, Martin Luther King Jr, Senator Robert Kennedy, Betty Friedan, Gloria Steinem.
  • Reporter(s):
    Blair, Frank;
    Delaney, Steve;
    Davis, Lou;
    Mackin, Catherine

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