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    "Good Morning America"! <p> ABC's morning show premiered Nov. 3, 1975, with co-anchors David Hartman and Nancy Dussault. Both Hartman and Dussault appeared on Broadway and in various television series before joining "GMA."
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    The original "Good Morning America" set was intended to recall the interior of a living room, rather than a newsroom. Co-anchor David Hartman, seen here with Nancy Dussault, went on to anchor the broadcast with different co-anchors until he retired in 1987.
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    Sandy Hill replaced Nancy Dussault in 1977. She and David Hartman are seen here on the "Good Morning America" set Oct. 5, 1978.
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    Joan Lunden became the co-anchor of "GMA" in 1980, replacing Sandy Hill. She and David Hartman are seen here on the "GMA" set May 6, 1982. <p> Lunden was an anchor for the local ABC station WABC-TV in New York and a contributor to "GMA" before becoming co-anchor. She anchored the broadcast until 1997 and has since hosted a number of television series, including "Behind Closed Doors" for ABC and A&E.
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    David Hartman on the "Good Morning America" set June 20, 1980.
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    Joan Lunden and David Hartman celebrated "Good Morning America's" 30th anniversary Nov. 3, 2005. "GMA" closed down Times Square for a block party as the show began broadcasting in high definition TV. Lunden and Hartman co-anchored "GMA" together for eight years. Hartman closed the anniversary show with his traditional sign-off: "From all of us, make it a good day."
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    Charles Gibson replaced David Hartman Feb. 23, 1987, when Hartman retired after more than 3,000 shows.
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    Charles Gibson and Joan Lunden co-anchored "Good Morning America" together from 1987 until 1997.
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    After Joan Lunden and Charles Gibson stepped down from anchoring "GMA," they were replaced by Kevin Newman and Lisa McRee. Newman went on to anchor "Global National" in Canada.
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    "GMA" relaunched Jan. 18, 1999, with co-anchors Charles Gibson and Diane Sawyer, seen here in 2003, and a new set at the crossroads of America at Times Square. Gibson signed off on his final day on "GMA" in 2006 by saying, "For 19 years, my mornings have been not just good -- they've been great."
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    After Charles Gibson left "GMA" June 28, 2006, to assume the anchor chair at "World News," Robin Roberts joined Diane Sawyer as co-anchor of "GMA." Sawyer and Roberts made network television history as the first female co-anchor team. Sawyer now becomes the new anchor of "World News" after a decade on "GMA."
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    On Dec. 14, 2009, Robin Roberts and George Stephanopoulos debut together as the anchors of "Good Morning America." Diane Sawyer's last day as anchor was Friday, Dec. 11.
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