CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: VIETNAM PERSPECTIVE: THE U.N. AND THE WAR (TV)

Summary

One in this limited series of CBS News Specials which ran from 1965-1967, with continuing coverage of the Vietnam conflict. In this program, the following U.N. ambassadors discuss what the United Nations can do to bring peace to Vietnam: Karoly Csatorday of Hungary, Frank Corner of New Zealand, Chief S.O. Adebo of Nigeria, Salvador Lopez of the Philippines, Tewfik Bouattoura of Algeria. The program opens with 1966 clips giving background of the U.N.'s vote to add the Vietnam conflict to the agenda of the Security Council and excerpts of remarks by Sen. Wayne Morse (D-Ore.), Pres. Johnson and U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Arthur Goldberg are shown. The ambassadors and correspondents discuss the possibility of a Geneva peace conference, the non-aligned nations, Hanoi's view, and the National Liberation Front.


Details

  • NETWORK: CBS
  • DATE: February 6, 1966 Sunday 4:30 PM
  • RUNNING TIME: 0:58:47
  • COLOR/B&W: B&W
  • CATALOG ID: T81:0373
  • GENRE: Public affairs/Documentaries
  • SUBJECT HEADING: Algeria - Officials - Talk/Interviews
  • SERIES RUN: CBS - TV, 1966
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Credits

  • Don Hewitt … Executive Producer
  • Vern Diamond … Director
  • Eric Sevareid … Reporter
  • Charles Collingwood … Reporter
  • Richard C. Hottelet … Reporter
  • Karoly Csatorday … Guest
  • Frank Corner … Guest
  • S.O. Adebo … Guest
  • Salvador Lopez … Guest
  • Lyndon B. Johnson
  • Tewfik Bouattoura
  • Wayne Morse
  • Arthur Goldberg