CBS NEWS SUNDAY MORNING {SERIES PREMIERE} (TV)

Summary

One in this series of Sunday morning programs mixing news, human interest stories, and the gentle observations of anchor Charles Kuralt. Includes news clips of President Jimmy Carter, John Connally, Coleman Young, Nelson Rockefeller, Arnold Kaulakis, Everett Baxter, Robert Gardiner, Jill Borden, Bob Martin, Mort Olshan, and others, and brief footage of Pope John Paul II in Mexico. Includes a promo for "The Mike Douglas Show" with Dom DeLuise and Burt Reynolds and a commercial for Rise shaving cream featuring Ted Danson.

Cataloging of this program was made possible by the CBS Foundation, 1998.

Details

  • NETWORK: CBS
  • DATE: January 28, 1979 Sunday 9:00 AM
  • RUNNING TIME: 1:28:52
  • COLOR/B&W: Color
  • CATALOG ID: T81:0728
  • GENRE: News
  • SUBJECT HEADING: News
  • SERIES RUN: CBS - TV series, 1979-
  • COMMERCIALS: TV - Commercials - Rise shaving cream^TV - Promos - "The Mike Douglas Show"^TV - Promos - "The Corn is Green"^TV - Promos - Gary Graffman at Carnegie Hall

CREDITS

    • Robert Northshield … Executive Producer
    • Lamoreaux, E.S., III … Senior Producer
    • Elliot Bernstein … Producer
    • Martin Clancy … Producer
    • Sid Feders … Producer
    • Alan Harper … Producer
    • James Houtrides … Producer
    • Mel Lavine … Associate Producer, Writer
    • Paul Fournier … Film on eagles by
    • Ken Sable … Director
    • Charles Kuralt … Anchor
    • Ray Gandolf … Reporter
    • Lem Tucker … Reporter
    • Richard Threlkeld … Reporter
    • Ray Brady … Reporter
    • Blair Sabol … Reporter
    • Heywood Hale Broun … Reporter
    • Morton Dean … Reporter
    • Jeff Greenfield … Reporter
    • Ray Gandolf … Reporter
    • Bernard Kalb … Reporter
    • Bernard Redmont … Reporter
    • Richard Threlkeld … Reporter
    • Brett Alexander … Associate Producer
    • Lee Reichenthal … Associate Producer
    • Kathy Sulkes … Associate Producer
    • Everett Baxter
    • Jill Borden
    • Jimmy Carter
    • John Connally
    • Robert Gardiner
    • John Paul II, Pope (Karol Wojtyla)
    • Arnold Kaulakis
    • Bob Martin
    • Mort Olshan
    • Nelson Rockefeller
    • Coleman Young