552 records found for Walter Cronkite
1965-02-02, CBS, 9 min.
News on South Vietnam and President Johnson, US will let the South Vietnamese help themselves, Charles De Gaulle suggests the UN be revamped, he challenges the US regarding European offering. Walter Cronkite reports.
1965-03-03, CBS, 29 min.
- Malcolm X
- Walter Cronkite
- Elizabeth Taylor
- Jimmy Hoffa
- Neil Strausser
- Roger Mudd
- Robert Kennedy
- Ralph Abernathy
- Bill Plante
- Jimmie Lee Jackson
- Billy Sol Estes
- Dave Duggan
- Gaston Sanz
Coverage of yesterday's raid in North Vietnam, third suspect arrested in death of Malcolm X, Bill Plante reports from Selma, Alabama on murder of Jimmie Lee Jackson two weeks ago, Reverand Ralph Abernathy gives eulogy. Other news: Red China's hold on Africa getting larger In East Berlin: underground nuclear tests, approval of disarmament bill, Roger Mudd reports on Robert Kennedy's investigation of Jimmy Hoffa which is called "unfair", Neil Strausser interview with RFK, military pay raise, study on dangers of pesticides, Dave Duggan story on antiquated Atlas missiles, Elizabeth Taylor's chauffer, Gaston Sanz, strikes and kills 78-year-old woman while driving her from Dublin airport. Taylor issues statement to police. Report on minute man missiles, latest on Billy Sol Estes, Walter Cronkite sign off "and that's the way it is, March 3rd, 1965." Host: Walter Cronkite Commercials included. Marlboro commercial with music included.
1965-03-10, CBS, min.
The United States officially enters the Vietnam war. Host: Walter Cronkite.
1965-03-23, CBS, min.
Gemini flight a success, a recap, the Ranger 9 spacecraft speeds toward the moon, the Russian cosmonauts are welcomed in Moscow, the Alabama civil rights movement marches half-way to Montgomery in wet weather, President Johnson is not consulted on the use of non-lethal gas in Vietnam-comment by Robert McNamara, comments also by China, London, and Paris, President Johnson talks to astronauts John Young and Virgil Grissom, Subbing for Walter Cronkite is Harry Reasoner.
1965-03-23, CBS, min.
Gemini 3 launched, first US two-man space flight, Gus Grissom and John Young aboard. President Johnson talks to astronauts.
1965-03-25, CBS, 16 min.
South Vietnamese army lieutenant and US advisors try to stop incidents in Ben Cat. A disturbing incident in Vietnam over "salute." Harry Reasoner subs for Walter Cronkite. Joinrd in progress.
1965-03-26, CBS, 3 min.
A white woman in Selma march 9Viola Liuzzo) shot dead by KKK, an angry President Johnson reacts and announces their arrest, a report from Vietnam, George Wallace comments but refers to crimes in other states, KKK leader Robert Shelton calls President Johnson a liar, a report from an outpost in Ben Cat, South Vietnam mission control against Viet Cong. Harry Reasoner subs for Walter Cronkite.
1965-05-10, CBS, min.
Peace in Santo Domingo. Includes commercials. Host: Walter Cronkite.
1965-05-11, CBS, 12 min.
Eric Sevareid subbing for Walter Cronkite.
1965-05-14, CBS, 1 min.
Included in this CBS news broadcast with Walter Cronkite are segments of NBC News with David Brinkley and John Chancellor.
1965-06-03, NBC, min.
Live coverage by both CBS and NBC of the Gemini IV spaceflight with astronauts Edward White, and James McDivitt aboard.
1965-07-01, CBS, 28 min.
News events of the day. Walter Cronkite reporting.
1965-07-09, CBS, min.
President Johnson says Vietnam war will get worse before it gets better, Robert Kennedy criticizes US policy in Vietnam, General Maxwell Taylor resigns as ambassador, replaced by Henry Cabot Lodge, Jack Dempsey comments on the state of today's boxing, Walter Cronkite reports from Zone-"D" in South Vietnam, a report from the Da Nang Air Force base.
1965-07-12, CBS, min.
Walter Cronkite with an airstrike mission in the Vietnam jungle, more US troops arrive in Vietnam, now a US war, a report from Camron Bay on the arrival of more US troops, (1st infantry division.)
1965-07-14, CBS, min.
The death of Adlai Stevenson, Robert McNamara suggests calling up reserves, National Guard draft call to meet Vietnam demands, McNamara contradiction of one year ago, Walter Cronkite interviews airborne brigade in Vietnam, Viet Cong called cowards and bums, US support for troops.
1965-07-21, CBS, 28 min.
Walter Cronkite reports from Vietnam. Most of tonight's news is a report on Vietnam. Harry Reasoner subbing for Walter Cronkite.
1965-07-21, CBS, 21 min.
An intense review on the course of the Vietnam war, more Americans may have to be sent to Vietnam, 200,000 might be sent, North Vietnam says US troops are not suitable for a guerilla war, Walter Cronkite reports, other reports from Vietnam, US marines burn village in retaliation for a burst of gunfire, report by Morley Safer,
1965-07-22, CBS, 3 min.
Subbing for Walter Cronkite is Harry Reasoner.
1965-08-01, WCBS, 25 min.Walter Cronkite narrates this history of lighter-than-air-crafts-balloons, blimps and promising but ill-starred dirigibles of the thirties.
1965-08-16, CBS, 3 min.
Charles Collingwood reports on the European reaction to the Watts rioting.
1965-09-03, CBS, 4 min.
Walter Cronkite reports from Vietnam.
1965-10-27, CBS, 5 min.
A battle report from the Mekong Delta Vietnamese do most of the fighting in this area.
1965-10-27, CBS, 7 min.
A CBS report on an ambush-battle by Viet Cong,
1965-11-00, WCBS, 12 min.Walter Cronkite narrates the opening dozen minutes of this special profile on Frank Sinatra.
1965-11-01, CBS, 29 min.
Congress looking into Ku Klux Klan activities, Klan interviews, Vietnam report: Moley Safer reports from Vietnam regarding 48 civilians killed by friendly fire of United States Air Force 1 sky raiders, editorial by Eric Sevareid on China and current view of country and policy. Host: Walter Cronkite. Includes commercials.
1965-11-07, CBS, 7 min.
The Ku Klux Klan goes to Texas to support President Johnson's Vietnam war policy, Dorothy Kilgallen dead.
1965-11-07, CBS, 7 min.
Walter Cronkite reports the death of columnist Dorothy Kilgallen at age 52. Ku Klux Klan member, Dan Borrows, commits suicide (shoots himself twice) because of his Jewish heritage. CBS reporter Bob Evans reports from Maryland at his funeral and that of Klan member Matt Murphy. Rally by the KKK. Also, a report from Bruce Morton from State House in Austin Texas were Klan rallies are taking place. Supreme Court ruling on controversial novel "Fanny Hill." Two commercials are heard. Persona shaving blades, and Philip Morris cigarettes.
1965-11-17, CBS, min.
Eighty-six US troops killed in Vietnam fighting, Morley Safer reports on an amphibian assault by US Marines against the Viet Cong, continuous Vietnam fighting.
1965-11-22, CBS, min.
Morley Safer reports from Vietnam. Second anniversary of death of President John F. Kennedy. Commentary by Eric Sevareid.
1965-11-23, CBS, min.
244 US soldiers killed in action in Vietnam war during first four years, 1961-1964 of US involvement. Last week 240 US soldiers killed in action in Vietnam. 1335 dead, 6131 wounded thus far in Vietnam war. General William Westmoreland claims military victory "is not in sight." Wife of soldier interviewed. Reads last letter received from him before his death.
1965-11-26, CBS, 30 min.
Critics of Vietnam war will demonstrate in Washington, DC tomorrow, 20,000 expected. Two 14th century manuscripts stolen from Vatican library, Pope Paul VI speaks on birth control. Robert F. Kennedy tours South America, report on job core. An editorial from Eric Sevareid on the job core and today's chronic poverty and hard-core unemployment. Commercials included. Host: Walter Cronkite
1965-11-29, CBS, min.
President Johnson in Houston hears Reverand Billy Graham's sermon in support of Johnson, anti-war demonstrations in Europe, support anti-war demonstrations in Washington, DC.
1965-11-30, CBS, 58 min.
United States casualty rates will be projected higher from now on due to the infusion of North Vietnamese army regulars in addition to the Viet Cong. Walter Cronkite and Morley Safer report.
1965-12-04, CBS, 6 min.
Pre-launching preparations of Gemini V11 with astronauts Frank Borman and James A. Lovell. Host: Walter Cronkite.
1965-12-24, CBS, 3 min.
A Christmas party for children. Charles Kuralt reports from Vietnam. Host: Walter Cronkite.
1965-12-29, CBS, min.
US contemplates cease fire with North Vietnam. Interspersed with Huntley-Brinkley Report on NBC.
1965-12-30, CBS, 29 min.
Presidential Press Secretary William Moyers is interviewed. Host: Walter Cronkite. Also featured CBS newsman Harry Reasoner.
1965-12-30, CBS, min.
The US officially enters the Vietnam war following the Gulf of Tonkin incident.
1966-01-03, CBS, min.
Latest news on New York City transit strike.
1966-01-28, CBS, 3 min.
TWU President Michael Quill dead at 60
1966-01-30, CBS, 29 min.
Featured is North Vietnamese President Ho Chi Minh.
1966-01-31, CBS, 28 min.
The latest news with Walter Cronkite. Includes commercials.
1966-02-03, CBS, min.
Air war in Vietnam begins again today. Eric Sevareid reports.
1966-02-08, CBS, 80 min.
- Walter Cronkite
- Ray Shearer
- Marvin Kalb
- Hubert Humphrey
- Lyndon Johnson
- Herbert Kaplow
- Nguyen Cao Ky
- William Westmoreland
- William Stout
President Johnson reports on his Honolulu conference with General William Westmoreland and South Vietnamese President Nguyen Cao Ky. He arrives in Los Angeles, California to opposition protest approving of the Vietnam war and is greeted by vice president Hubert Humphrey. Bill Stout, Harry Reasoner, Walter Cronkite, and Marvin Kalb report for CBS news. Herbert Kaplow and Ray Shearer report for NBC. In a round table discussion, President Johnson meets with members of the press for a discussion about the war, and the present USA status.
1966-02-21, CBS, min.
Joined in progress with commercials. Also included; segments of the Huntley-Brinkley Report on NBC. Muhammad Ali apologizes to the press for the remarks he made on the Vietnam war involvement. Eric Sevareid reports on the Loch Ness Monster. Host: Walter Cronkite.
1966-02-26, CBS, 25 min.
The Saturn 11 rocket is sent into orbit. Walter Cronkite reports.
1966-03-10, CBS, 27 min.
Walter Cronkite reporting.
1966-03-14, CBS, 20 min.
Host: Walter Cronkite reports news events of the day.
1966-03-16, , min.
- Walter Cronkite
- David Brinkley
- Neil Armstrong
- Frank McGee
- Jules Bergman
- Mike Wallace
- Steve Rowan
- David Scott
- Peter Hackes
- Janet Armstorng
- Paul Haney
Live CBS, NBC and briefly ABC television coverage of the Gemini 8 spaceflight, the sixth crewed spaceflight in NASA's Gemini program. It was launched on March 16, 1966, and was the 14th crewed American flight and the 22nd crewed spaceflight overall. The mission conducted the first docking of two spacecraft in orbit, but also suffered the first critical in-space system failure of a U.S. spacecraft which threatened the lives of the astronauts and required an immediate abort of the mission seven hours of launching during its 7th orbit, and 3rd zone of the mission. The crew consisting of Neil Armstrong, David Scott came back to Earth unscathed. A compilation of coverage related to CBS, NBC, ABC. Live commentary and reports from: Walter Cronkite, David Brinkley, Frank McGee, Steve Rowan, David Scott, Neil Armstrong, Mike Wallace, Jules Bergman and from Huston Mission Control, Paul Haney. Rendezvous techniques, First docking in history, Tomorrow's spacewalk, Status report on the wives of both astronauts, historical first docking in history, speed of Gemini, 17,500 miles an hour, Testing the Agena, Mission importance, trouble in space, termination of the flight , splashdown to occur 630 miles from Yokosuka in Japan, and 500 miles East of Okinawa. Retrorockets working well, Original flight supposed to have 71 Orbits before Thruster number 8 failed requiring a premature return to Earth. Two weeks prior to the flight Astronaut Neil Armstrong interviewed by Peter Hackes. Armstrong discusses what can go wrong on a flight and his own experiences. Splashdown of Gemini 8 scheduled for 10:12 pm Eastern Standard Time. Tracking of Gemini 8 and estimated recovery by USS Mason a destroyer. NOTE: ATA#15114A (approximately 1hr 40 minutes), not separately posted on the ATA website at this time, focuses on the return to Earth of Gemini 8 safely. Live broadcast coverage on CBS and NBC television. Details of these additional broadcasts upon request. Duplicate of #15109A.
1966-03-16, CBS, 245 min.
Live CBS coverage of the Gemini 8 spaceflight. Walter Cronkite reports.