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Today #659554

NBC Special for Wednesday, Aug 22, 1984

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  • Live NBC news program "Today," notable for its coverage of the 1984 Republican National Convention and on location in Dallas, Texas, hosted by Bryant Gumbel and Jane Pauley. With reports and analysis from John Palmer, Willard Scott, Bob Kur, Steve Delaney, Frank Bourgholtzer, James Polk, Robert Elliot, Roger O'Neil, and Beverly Byer.
  • Live footage of interviews with Representative Newt Gingrich, Representative Vin Weber, Texas Agriculture Commissioner Jim Hightower, Senator Paula Hawkins, Representative Bobbi Fiedler, Bill McCartney, Colorado University President Arnold Weber, Lew Lehrman, John Sears, Robert Squier, John Ball, Senator Paul Trible, and Representative Connie Mack.
  • Taped footage of interviews with Representative Claudine Schneider, Texas State Senator Craig Washington, Texas State Representative Larry Don Shaw, Judge Thomas Culver, George Carter, Senator Barry Goldwater, Mitzi Gaynor, and James Dick.
  • Taped footage of statements and speeches from Gerald Ford, Representative Geraldine Ferraro, and Vice-President George Bush.
  • Reporter(s):
    Palmer, John;
    Scott, Willard;
    Kur, Bob;
    Delaney, Steve;
    Bourgholtzer, Frank;
    Polk, James;
    Elliot, Robert;
    O'Neil, Roger

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