NBC Special for Friday, May 27, 1988
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Live NBC morning news program "Today," notable for its coverage of the upcoming Reagan-Gorbachev Summit, hosted by Jane Pauley and John Palmer. With reports and analysis from Bob Jameson, Willard Scott, Andrea Mitchell, John Dancy, Ed Rabel, Henry Champ, Mike Jensen, Stephen Frazier, Joe Ducey, Mike Leonard, and Dr. Art Ulene.
Live footage of interviews with Arthur Kremer, Dr. Edward Hollander, Ralph Nader, Mary Ann Keller, Sgt. Jim Barber, Eric Roberts, Jan Scruggs, and Cindy K. Samuels.
Taped footage of interviews with Dr. Suyatoslav Fyodorov, Vitaly Korotich, Jimmy Carter, Mayor Sandy Freedman, Mary Lou Retton, Don Peters, Tim Daggett, and Vidal Sassoon.
Taped footage of speeches and statements from Morris Abram, Senator Jesse Helms, Senator Pete Wilson, Senator Robert Byrd, Panamanian General Manuel Noriega, and President Ronald Reagan.
- Scott, Willard;
- Jameson, Bob;
- Mitchell, Andrea;
- Dancy, John;
- Rabel, Ed;
- Champ, Henry;
- Jensen, Mike;
- Fraser, Stephen;
- Ducey, Joe;
- Leonard, Mike;
- Ulene, Art
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