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Today #659671

NBC Special for Friday, Oct 14, 1988

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  • Live NBC morning news program "Today," notable for its discussion of the second Presidential debate between Vice-President George Bush and Governor Michael Dukakis, hosted by Bryant Gumbel and Jane Pauley. With reports and analysis from John Palmer, Willard Scott, Dennis Murphy, Andrea Mitchell, Keith Morrison, Mike Jensen, Rona Elliot, Bob Jameson, Bob Abernathy, John Dancy, Ken Bode, Jack Germond (Baltimore Evening Sun), David Broder (Washington Post), Dr. Art Ulene, Lucky Severson, and Jim Brown.
  • Live footage of interviews with Senator Bill Bradley, Senator Phil Gramm, Karen Lorentson, Jim Rose, Conn Dussias, Kathy Lukavsky, Dennis Eckersley, Allen Bernstein, Fred and Josh Waitzkin, and Pete Rose.
  • Taped footage of interviews with Tommy Lasorda, Randy Newman, and Forest Whitaker.
  • Taped footage of speeches and/or statements from Vice-President George Bush, Governor Michael Dukakis, Storm Davis, Senator Dan Quayle, Senator Lloyd Bentsen, Soviet Premier Mikhail Gorbachev, Senator Alfonse D'Amato, and Senator Daniel Evans.
  • Reporter(s):
    Palmer, John;
    Scott, Willard;
    Murphy, Dennis;
    Morrison, Keith;
    Jensen, Mike;
    Elliot, Rona;
    Jameson, Bob;
    Abernathy, Bob;
    Dancy, John;
    Bode, Ken;
    Ulene, Art;
    Severson, Lucky;
    Brown, Jim

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