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Watergate: This Week #659425

NBC Special for Friday, Aug 03, 1973

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  • NBC coverage of the Watergate hearings with summary and analysis by John Chancellor, Barbara Walters and Carl Stern.
  • Includes footage from the week's Watergate hearings with testimonies by John Ehrlichman, H.R. Haldeman, John W. Dean III, Gordon Strachan, Richard Helms, General Robert Cushman, Lieutenant General Vernon Walters and L. Patrick Gray with participants Senator Lowell Weicker, Senator Joseph Montoya, Samuel Dash, Fred Thompson, General Robert Cushman, Senator Daniel Inouye, David Dorsen, James Hamilton and Herman Talmadge.
  • Taped interview with H.R. Haldeman.
  • Wavy picture at [9:13:00, 9:14:10, 9:18:00, 9:30:10, 9:38:40].

  • Reporter(s):
    Walters, Barbara;
    Stern, Carl
    Duration:
    01:58:00

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