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Today (re: Poland) #872859

NBC Special for Friday, Dec 18, 1981

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  • Live "Today" re: situation in Poland, Tom Brokaw's last day on Today, Ronald Reagan, Honduras, Movies Year in Review
  • Anchored by Jane Pauley, Tom Brokaw with reports by Gene Shalit, Steve Mallory, Bernard Kalb, Willard Scott, Bryant Gumble, Bill Sternoff.
  • Speech by Senator Larry Pressler; footage of Bob Hope singing for Brokaw
  • Lighting of the 1981 White House National Christmas tree; Nancy Reagan and President Reagan with children
  • Interviews with President Ronald Reagan, Bobby Del Vecchio, Charlie Sampson, Milan Zimer, Colonel Bob Lowry, Bill Dotson, Anna Piekarski, Czeslaw Mazurek, David Unvicker, Edward Bebenik, Shelley Bruce
  • Reporter(s):
    Pauley, Jane;
    Brokaw, Tom

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