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#13863: ABC NEWS SPECIAL
1962-10-28, ABC, min.
Nikita Khrushchev

Comment on Khrushchev backdown.             
#14179: ABC NEWS SPECIAL REPORT
1963-06-23, ABC, 30 min.
Ron Cochran, John F. Kennedy, William H. Lawrence, Richard Bate, Louis Cloffi

An ABC special report on President Kennedy's first day trip thru Cologne, Germany, and his reception by high-government officials are reported. Additional commentary by Ron Cochran, William H. Lawrence, and Louis Cloffi.  

Anchor: Richard Bate.                                     
#19404: ABC NEWS SPECIAL: YEAR END REPORT, THE
1963-12-29, ABC, min.
TBD

The year 1963 in review from ABC-TV, interspersed with year-end discussions in movies and TV from WNEW-TV.             
#14471: ABC NEWS SPECIAL: JACK RUBY TRIAL VERDICT, THE
1964-03-14, ABC, min.
Melvin Belli, Jack Ruby, Henry Wade

Jack Ruby is found guilty and sentenced to death, comments from defense attorney Melvin Belli and prosecuting attorney Henry Wade. Live coverage from ABC News.                                     
#14527: ABC NEWS SPECIAL: THE NEW YORK CITY WORLD'S FAIR.
1964-04-16, ABC, min.
Announcer

An ABC  News special on the opening of the New York City World's Fair. Also covered, a history of World Fairs.             
#15258: ABC NEWS SPECIAL: ELECTION '66 WITH HOWARD K. SMITH
1966-11-06, ABC, 30 min.
Howard K. Smith

Election returns for 1966.

Howard K. Smith reports. Includes commercials.           
#19615: ABC NEWS SPECIAL: MIDDLE EAST CRISIS
1967-05-25, ABC, min.
Unknown

ABC special on the Middle East crises.             
#15725: ABC NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: "POSSIBILITIES FOR PEACE."
1968-04-03, ABC, 29 min.
Bob Young

A report on the conditions for peace talks as set by Hanoi earlier in the day.

Host: Bob Young.             
#15882: ABC NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: APOLLO 7 PREVIEW
1968-10-10, ABC, min.
Jules Bergman, Paul Harvey, Jack King, Walter Schirra, Walter Cunningham, Donn Eisele

A preview of the Apollo 7 space flight. 

Mission control-T-12 minutes and counting
Discussion of final minute procedures with mission control leader Jack King
Paul Harvey with countdown comments
First flight since last failed attempt
Jack King at T-6 min-38 seconds
T-5 minutes and counting
4:07 and 3 minutes

Astronauts aboard are Donn Eisele, Walter Schirra, (Commander) and Walter Cunningham.
Tanks pressurized at 2:30 seconds
Carries down to liftoff and voices of Paul Harvey and Jules Bergman. 

                                                                                         
#788: ABC NEWS SPECIAL REPORT WITH HOWARD K. SMITH
1969-05-14, WABC, 60 min.
Richard M. Nixon, Howard K. Smith

President Richard M. Nixon talks to the American people from the White House in Washington, D.C. The main topics are the new proposals and initiatives to be taken in Vietnam, where there have been American servicemen killed in action since 1965. Howard K. Smith reacts to the speech.
#16297: PROJECT '70: ABC NEWS SPECIAL
1970-01-08, ABC, min.
Howard K. Smith, Ted Koppel, Jules Bergman, Bill Lawrence, Tom Jarriel, Frank Reynolds, Russell Jones, Edward Morgan, John Scali, Barrie-Dunsmore

An informal gathering of ABC newsmen to review 1969 and preview the 70s. Joining Howard K. Smith at his Maryland home are Frank Reynolds, Edward Morgan, science editor Jules Bergman, Tom Jarriel, 
(White House correspondent) Bill Lawrence, (national affairs editor) John Scali, (State Department correspondent) and bureau chiefs Barrie-Dunsmore (Rome) Russell Jones (Middle East) and Ted Koppel (Hong Kong).                   
#19143: ABC NEWS SPECIAL: LAST OF THE WESTERNERS
1970-02-04, ABC, 27 min.
Robert Ryan, Charlie Blake, Pecos Higgins, Agnes Wright Spring, John Myers

Scenes of the Old West- described by people who lived there-are recreated in this half-hour chronicle. 
Producer James Benjamin set out to show life in the late 1800s as it really was, unadorned by romanticism or legend. To do it, he talked with two men and a woman who were there. (They were also among those interviewed by John Myers for his book "The Westerners," the basis for this program.) Their remarks are interspersed with stills and art of the Old West and reenactments (by nonprofessionals) at Pioneer Arizona Village, near Phoenix, Arizona.
The three historians are Charlie Blake, 90, a cowboy who specialized in bronx busting; Pecos Higgins, 86, who left Texas to escape the law; and Agnes Wright Spring, in her late 70s, who arrived after the others and typified settlers who witnessed the end of a great American era.

Narrated by Robert Ryan.               
#16763: ABC NEWS SPECIAL: THE CRISIS IN NORTHERN IRELAND
1971-12-27, ABC, min.
Announcer

An ABC news special about the crisis in Northern Ireland.       
#17144: ABC NEWS SPECIAL: PEACD JN VIETNAM?
1972-10-26, ABC, min.
Announcer

ABC news looks at possible peace in Vietnam.          
#17178: ABC NEWS SPECIAL: "COUNTDOWN TO 2001"
1972-12-04, ABC, min.
Jules Bergman, John G. Fuller

Survey of America's future in space and a preview of what the year 2001 will be like for space explorers from Earth. Included are inside looks at the Skylab and space shuttle programs, the Viking probe of Mars and films of Apollo XV11 astronauts in training. 

Hosts: John G, Fuller and ABC science editor Jules Bergman.              
#17552: ABC NEWS SPECIAL: CRISIS OF THE PRESIDENCY
1973-12-27, ABC, min.
Richard Nixon

A look at President Nixon's endangered presidency due to the Watergate crisis.          
#17949: ABC NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: WATERGATE VERDICTS, THE
1975-01-01, ABC, 4 min.
Frank Reynolds

ABC news special report on the Watergate verdicts.

Frank Reynolds reports.             
#838: ABC NEWS SPECIAL: VIETNAM: LESSONS LEARNED, PRICES PAID
1975-04-29, WABC, 87 min.
Harry Reasoner

Harry Reasoner takes a retrospective look at the Vietnam War, past and present, on this historic day. After 30 years of fighting, an unconditional surrender is observed. There are interviews with those involved in the evacuation and there are late breaking live reports.
#19241: ABC NEWS SPECIAL REPORT
1975-07-17, ABC, 5 min.
Gerald Ford, Thomas Stafford

Special report on the Russian-American space mission and the linking up of the American and Russian spacecrafts 140 miles up in space. President Gerald Ford offers his congratulations via phone to the five men in space who were linked up and speaks with the American crew chief, Thomas Stafford.        
#18098: ABC NEWS SPECIAL: RACE FOR THE WHITE HOUSE
1976-09-12, ABC, min.
Gerald Ford, Jimmy Carter

Examination of the 1976 presidential race between President Gerald Ford and Democratic challenger Jimmy Carter.        
#7487: ABC NEWS SPECIAL: "SUDDENLY AN EAGLE."
1976-11-07, ABC, 60 min.
Lee J. Cobb, Kenneth Griffith

An American and British narrator relate their countries differing perspectives of the events leading up to American independence.                                        
#7490: ABC NEWS SPECIAL: BARBARA WALTERS, FIDEL CASTRO.
1977-06-09, ABC, min.
Barbara Walters, Fidel Castro

Barbara Walters interviews Fidel Castro. Includes footage of Castro returning to the Bay Of Pigs.                                  
#7512: ABC NEWS SPECIAL: BARBARA WALTERS
1977-09-07, ABC, 30 min.
Barbara Walters, Jimmy Carter

Barbara Walters hosts this ABC News special about the signing of the Panama Canal Treaty by President Jimmy Carter.        
#7491: ABC NEWS SPECIAL: THE SPACESHIP ENTERPRISE: "A CRITICAL TRIP."
1977-10-12, ABC, 30 min.
Jules Bergman, Frank Reynolds

The first orbiter of the space shuttle system reported by Jules Bergman and Frank Reynolds from Edwards Air Force Base in California.        
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