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Nightline (re: Sadat) #874098

ABC Special for Tuesday, Oct 06, 1981

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  • ABC Nightline re: Anwar Sadat assassination, Sadat's enemies, tension between Sadat and Libya, Moamar Kadhafi, future of Egypt and Middle East politics, Israel relations with Egypt, Israeli reaction to Sadat's death, reported by Ted Koppel, Doreen Kays, David Ensor, Carl Bernstein, Steve Shepherd, Sam Donaldson, David Brinkley, Barbara Walters.
  • Live interviews with Henry Kissinger, Richard Helms, Ephraim Evron, Harold Saunders, Clovis Maksoud, Jody Powell, George Will, Marvin Zonis.
  • Taped interviews with Former President Jimmy Carter, Anwar Sadat, Menachem Begin.
  • Excerpts of statements with Menachem Begin, Moshe Arens, Moshe Dayan, Ronald Reagan, Charles Percy, Orrin Hatch.
  • Note: slightly shaky picture during last 19 minutes.
  • Reporter(s):
    Kays, Doreen;
    Ensor, David;
    Bernstein, Carl;
    Shepherd, Steve;
    Donaldson, Sam

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