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#13080: ELECTION RETURNS, THE
1956-11-06, WCBS, 48 min.
Walter Cronkite, Eric Sevareid, Bob Wilson, H.V. Kaltenborn, Adlai Stevenson, Richard C. Hottelet, Leonard Hall

Election returns from all three networks. Bob Wilson with late return reports, CBS coverage from Walter Cronkite, Richard C.Hottelet, Leonard Hall predicts Eisenhower victory, H.V. Kaltenborn editorial on Eisenhower's victory, a report on the Jacob Javits Senate race, Stevenson concession speech.                                                    
#13128: YEARS OF CRISES: 1956
1956-12-30, CBS, 24 min.
Howard K. Smith, Robert Pierpoint, Daniel Schorr, Eric Sevareid, David Schoenbrun, Edward R. Murrow, Richard C. Hottelet, Winston Burdett

Newsmen Howard K. Smith, Richard C. Hottelet, Robert Pierpoint, Eric Sevareid, Winston Burdett, Daniel Schorr, and David Schoenbrun comment on the top news stories of 1956, particularly the Middle East and communism. 

Edward R. Murrow is the moderator.                                      
#15078: CBS NEWS, THE
1966-03-05, CBS, 4 min.
Richard C. Hottelet

The latest CBS News sponsored by Chevy.  

Richard C. Hottelet reporting. 



          
#15140: EMMY AWARDS:18TH ANNUAL
1966-05-22, CBS, 162 min.
Peter Jennings, Hugh OBrien, Richard C. Hottelet, Adam West, Danny Kaye, Bill Cosby, Mary Tyler Moore, Dick Van Dyke, Lloyd Bridges, Dina Merrill, Don Knotts, Rod Serling, Bob Crane, Eva Gabor, Ann Francis, David Janssen, Carol Burnett, Peter Falk, Carl Reiner, Leslie Uggams, Lorne Greene, Barbara Stanwyck, Jack Benny, Chet Huntley, Edward R. Murrow, Burt Ward, Robert Vaughn, Garry Moore, Carol Baker, Barbara Feldon, Kukla, Fran, and Ollie, Charles Schultz, Stephanie Powers, Marge and Gower Champion, Cliff Robertson, Lee Remick, Henry Fonda, David Susskind, Tina Louise, Jimmy Durante

The 8th Annual Emmy Awards are presented live from the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles, California. 

Chet Huntley presents a special award to Edward R. Murrow
Outstanding Dramatic Series: The Fugitive
Best Variety Special: Bob Hope Christmas Special, Carol Baker accepting




Hosts: Danny Kaye and Bill Cosby.                                                                                           
#15328: CBS NEWS, THE
1967-06-09, CBS, min.
Richard C. Hottelet, Gamal Nasser

Gamal Nasser offers to resign following military defeat in the Middle East, he comments on the war, UN on ceasefire acceptance, Israeli troops in Bethlehem, thirty-three dead aboard US ship "Liberty" after an Israeli attack. Live council meeting at the UN. Richard C. Hottelet reports.                         
#15488: CBS NEWS SPECIAL: "YEAR END CORRESPONDENT'S REPORT."
1968-01-02, CBS, 23 min.
Charles Collingwood, Eric Sevareid, Richard C. Hottelet, Marvin Kalb, Winston Burdett, Bernard Kalb

The year-end correspondent's report. Topics are Vietnam, Israel, and the Middle East.    

This program is joined in progress.          
#16498: CBS YEAR-END REVIEW
1970-12-29, CBS, 57 min.
Charles Collingwood, Eric Sevareid, Richard C. Hottelet, Marvin Kalb, Morley Safer, Peter Kallscher

CBS Chief correspondents review the year's headlines in two one-hour programs. (December 27th and 29th.) 

This is part 2. 

Moderator Charles Collingwood leads a discussion about US involvement in Vietnam and Cambodia; the Paris peace talks; America's relationships with Russia and Red China; and revolutionary terrorist groups such as the Palestinian Guerillas.

Correspondents: Eric Sevareid, Marvin Kalb, Richard C. Hottelet, Morley Safer, Peter Kallscher, Charles  Collingwood.
             
#19147: YOU ARE THERE
1972-09-02, CBS, 29 min.
Walter Cronkite, Morley Safer, Geraldine Brooks, Fred Noonan, Thomas Connelly, Richard Dreyfus, Amelia Earhart, David Culhane, Hal Walker, Richard C. Hottelet, Allan Jackson

February 1st, 1953- October 13th, 1957 (CBS)      
September 11th, 1971- January 8, 1972 (CBS)
Re-runs Jan. 15 thru September 2, 1972 (CBS)

Walter Cronkite, TV host of YOU ARE THERE.
At the end of the program, after Cronkite summarized what happened in the preceding event, he reminded viewers, "What sort of day was it? A day like all days, filled with those events that alter and illuminate our times... all things are as they were then, except you were there."

After a 14 year gap the series was seen again on Saturday mornings as a videotaped color program from 1971 to 1972. 14 new episodes were produced, aired on Saturday afternoons from 12:30pm to 1:00pm. The format of the revival was basically the same as the original versions. These programs were also hosted by Cronkite. Both series were produced by CBS News.

An unusual Public Affairs series, YOU ARE THERE began in 1947 as a radio show (it was originally titled CBS was There). Each week a well-known historical event was recreated, and the leading figures in each drama were interviewed by CBS news correspondents (the correspondents were always in modern-day dress, regardless of the setting of the story). The television version ran from 1953-1957 on Sunday afternoons, and was revived in 1971 as a Saturday-afternoon show, aimed principally at children. Walter Cronkite was the chief correspondent on both TV versions. Many contemporary CBS NEWS correspondents would appear in each broadcast for the revival series.  Paul Newman guest-starred on one program as Nathan Hale (30 August 1953) and the 1971 premiere " The Mystery of Amelia Earhart" featured Geraldine Brooks and Richard Dreyfus. 
   
In today's  repeat episode: "The Mystery of Amelia Earhart." 
Chronicles events in the mysterious disappearance of the aviatrix on a July 2nd 1937 flight across the Pacific.
Geraldine Brooks stars as Amelia Earhart. With Richard Dreyfus, Fred Noonan, Thomas Connelly. Richard C. Hottelet recreates an interview with Amelia Earhart.

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