Guest list from NBC Today featuring the signatures of Bryant Gumble, The Temptations' Otis Williams and Ron Tyson, Jessica B. Savitch, David Forysth, Tony and Lauren Dow, Marcia McCabe, Tonia and Yma M. Oglesby and others. 14 signatures total

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NBC TODAY GUEST LIST GROUP SIGNED BY BRYANT GUMBLE, OTIS WILLIAMS, DAVID FORSYTH and OTHERS Guest list from NBC Today featuring the signatures of Bryant Gumble, The Temptations' Otis Williams and Ron Tyson, Jessica B. Savitch, David Forysth, Tony and Lauren Dow, Marcia McCabe, Tonia and Yma M. Oglesby and others. 14 signatures total Signatures: "Bryant Gumble NBC TODAY," and co-signed by: "Otis Williams Temptations," "Ron Tyson Temptations 83," "Jessica B. Savitch NBC NY," "David Forysth 'Hogan M'Cleary' SFT," "Tony and Lauren Dow A.M. Cleveland," "Marcia McCabe 'Sunny' on SFT Thanks xxxoooo [hand drawn smiling sun]," "Tonia Oglesby EAL/F/A JFK Thank you Chuck," and "Yma M. Oglesby," in blue ink, 6½x5¾, front and verso. Plus 4 additional signatures which merit further research. Since 1952, NBC's Today has help wake up Americans across the country with the latest international news and social trends. From their studios in New York City, NBC Today has given name to some of America's best known news correspondents, including Matt Lauer, Natalie Morales, Al Roker, and Hoda Kotb. Four-time Emmy winner, television journalist BRYANT GUMBEL (b. 1948) hosted CBS's The Early Show (1999-2002). He attained his fame on NBC's Today Show from 1982 to 1997. Before joining Today, Gumbel hosted NBC's NFL '81 and his Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel on HBO (1995-2006) is touted by many as one of the best sports programs ever. In addition, he has made appearances on many TV programs such as Seinfeld in 1993, The Nanny in 1997, and Cosby in 1999. OTIS WILLIAMS (b. 1941), a founding member of the legendary soul quintet The Temptations, acted as the group's business manager. While never the lead singer, he was the true leader of the group, and is the only original Temp still living. Otis Williams and Dennis Edwards are two of the six Temptations in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. RON TYSON (b. 1948) replaced the famous Eddie Kendricks in the Temptations, and is the current tenor for the group. Before joining the Temptations, Tyson performed as the lead singer of The Ethics, and was a successful songwriter and producer. JESSICA BETH SAVITCH (1947-1983) was the host of PBS' Frontline and a New York weekend anchor of NBC Nightly News.  A popular reporter for several stations including KYW-TV (Philadelphia), WCBS (New York), KHOU-TV (Houston), Savitch's career was cut short when she drowned during a flash flood in New Hope, Pennsylvania. American soap opera star DAVID FORSYTH (b.1947) is famous for his roles on Texas (1981-1982), As the World Turns (1983), Another World (1987-1997) and All My Children (1998).  He also made cameo appearances in Sex and the City (1998) and Days of Our Lives (2001). TONY DOW (b.1945), married to LAUREN DOW, is best known for his role as clean-cut, wiser older brother Wally Cleaver in the TV family sitcom, Leave It To Beaver, which ran from 1957-1963 and became even more popular in reruns. Theodore "Beaver" Cleaver was played by Jerry Mathers, Hugh Beaumont starred as Ward Cleaver, their father, Barbara Billingsley was June Cleaver, their mother, and Ken Osmond played Wally's friend, Eddie Haskell. Dow, Mathers, Billingsley and Osmond were featured in a revival of the series, The New Leave It To Beaver (originally titled Still the Beaver), 1985-1989. Dow, who also starred in a short-lived series, Never Too Young (1965), made his last feature film appearance in 1987 in Back to the Beach. He later became a producer and director, directing the feature film U.F.O. (1984) and episodes of a couple of TV series, including Babylon 5 (1994). He even produced It Came from Outer Space II (1996). In 2000, he produced and directed the documentary, Child Stars: Their Story. MARCIA McCABE (b.1955) is a television soap opera star who is most well known for her reccurring roles on Search for Tomorrow (1978-1986), One Life to Live (1988-1989), and Another World (1995).  She also made cameo appearances on popular game shows, including Match Game and Hollywood Squares, both in 1984. Recently, she returned to soap operas as Carolyn Wheatley on As the World Turns (2008). She is the wife of award-winning writer and television producer, Christopher Goutman.  The piece is also signed by Tonia and Yrma Oglesby (who were most likely flight attendants working for the Eastern Airlines at JFK airport). 4 additional signatures merit further research. Lightly toned. Otherwise, fine condition.

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