NBC Special for Tuesday, Nov 22, 1983
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Live NBC morning news program "Today," notable for its coverage of the 20th anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, hosted by Bryant Gumbel and Jane Pauley. With reports and analysis from John Palmer, Phil Bremen, Roger O'Neil, Willard Scott, Robert Hager, John Chancellor, Al Pierce, Mike Jensen, Dave Burrington, Boyd Matson, and Vic Aicken.
Live footage of interviews with Theodore Sorenson, Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., Dave Powers, Roger Wilkins, Theodore White, William F. Buckley, Jr., Senator John Glenn, Robert MacNeil, and Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan.
Taped footage of interviews and statements from Evelyn Rauen, Gertha Stewart, Carolee Rosado, Frank Thompson, Mary Maciaszek, Leon Smith, Gertrude Chiarenza, Sally Davenport, Julie Andersen, Neil Paxson, Laura Collins, Daneile Lassner, John and Nellie Connally, Michael Jacobson, Edward Sullivan, John Phelan, Leonard Hyman, Cmdr. Steve Davis, Evelyn Lincoln, Yasser Arafat, Frank McGee, Lloyd Wright, Juanita Craft, Martin Luther King Jr., Coretta Scott King, Robert Kennedy, and Senator Edward Kennedy.
- Palmer, John;
- Bremen, Phil;
- O'Neil, Roger;
- Scott, Willard;
- Hager, Robert;
- Chancellor, John;
- Pierce, Al;
- Jensen, Mike;
- Burrington, Dave;
- Aicken, Vic;
- Matson, Boyd
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