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NBC Special for Monday, Oct 22, 1984

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  • Live NBC morning news program "Today," notable for its coverage and discussion of the final Presidential debate between President Ronald Reagan and Walter Mondale, hosted by Bryant Gumbel and Jane Pauley. With reports and analysis from John Palmer, Willard Scott, Andrea Mitchell, Lisa Myers, Steven Hurst, Steve Mallory, Gene Shalit, Tom Brokaw, Roger Mudd, John Chancellor, John Alpert, Marvin Kalb, Vic Aicken, Cassandra Clayton, Phil Bremen, Fred Francis, and Dr. Art Ulene.
  • Live footage of interviews with Robert Beckel, Ed Rollins, Josef Adamov, Erica Jong, Robert Squier, John Sears, and Sidney Blumenthal.
  • Taped footage of interviews with Sophia Loren, Bruce Ball, Edward and Kathy Mays, Carol Weir, Richard Gabriel, Edward Luttwak, Paul Savage, Marsha Held, Jane Held, Walter Held, Dr. Michael Freedman, and US Defense Secretary Caspar Weinberger.
  • Taped footage of speeches and statements from President Ronald Reagan and Walter Mondale.
  • Reporter(s):
    Palmer, John;
    Scott, Willard;
    Mitchell, Andrea;
    Myers, Lisa;
    Hurst, Steve;
    Mallory, Steve;
    Shalit, Gene;
    Brokaw, Tom;
    Mudd, Roger;
    Chancellor, John;
    Alpert, John;
    Kalb, Marvin;
    Aicken, Vic;
    Clayton, Cassandra;
    Bremen, Phil;
    Francis, Fred

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