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"60 Minutes" Buddy/Life Goes on Girl/It Pays to Advertise? (2002)

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8 December 2002 (Season 35, Episode 11)
"Buddy" interviews the former mayor of Providence, Rhode Island, Vincent 'Buddy' Cianci about his recent conviction for corruption... See more » | Add synopsis »
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 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)

Morley Safer ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Buddy")
Buddy Cianci ... Himself - Former Mayor, Providence (segment "Buddy") (as Vincent 'Buddy' Cianci)
Mike Barnicle ... Himself - Columnist (segment "Buddy")
Meg Curran ... Herself - U.S. Attorney, Rhode Island (segment "Buddy")
Lesley Stahl ... Herself - Correspondent (segment "Life Goes on Girl")

Nicole Kidman ... Herself - Actress (segment "Life Goes on Girl") (archive footage)

David Hare ... Himself - Writer (segment "Life Goes on Girl")

Bob Simon ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "It Pays to Advertise?")
John MacArthur ... Himself - Publisher, Harper's Magazine (segment "It Pays to Advertise?")

George Bush ... Himself - President (segment "It Pays to Advertise?") (archive footage)
David Albright ... Himself - Physicist (segment "It Pays to Advertise?")
Dick Cheney ... Himself (archive footage)

Tim Russert ... Himself - Host, Meet the Press (segment "It Pays to Advertise?") (archive footage)

Condoleezza Rice ... Herself - National Security Adviser (segment "It Pays to Advertise?") (archive footage)

Colin Powell ... Himself - Secretary of State (segment "It Pays to Advertise?") (archive footage)
Abdul Hammuda ... Himself - Tiger Lebanese Bakery (segment "It Pays to Advertise?") (archive footage)
Devianti Faridz ... Himself - Journalism Student (segment "It Pays to Advertise?") (archive footage)
Husain Haqqani ... Himself - Pakistani Diplomat (segment "It Pays to Advertise?")
Norm Pattiz ... Himself - Founder, Westwood One (segment "It Pays to Advertise?")
Bob Baer ... Himself - CIA Agent (segment "It Pays to Advertise?")
Richard Perle ... Himself - Defense Policy Board (segment "It Pays to Advertise?")

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Host

Andrew Rooney ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Andy Rooney")

Episode Crew
Produced by
Don Hewitt .... executive producer
Series Cast
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Ed Bradley ... Himself - Correspondent

Steve Kroft ... Himself - Correspondent

Series Crew
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Directed by
Arthur Bloom 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Don Hewitt  creator

Produced by
George Crile .... producer (1985-2006)
John Drimmer .... producer
Don Hewitt .... producer (1968-2004)
Mark Stanoch .... producer
Alan Weisman .... producer
Joseph Wershba .... producer
Shirley Wershba .... producer
Cinematography by
Mark Gunning (lighting cameraman) (multiple episodes)
Christian Santiago 
Sound Department
Stan Gordon .... sound
Michael Keenan .... location sound mixer (multiple episodes) (as Mike Keenan)
Joe Romano .... boom operator
Charles Tomaras .... sound mixer (multiple episodes)
Mike Vetterick .... sound mixer
Rob Whitehurst .... sound mixer (1990-)
Camera and Electrical Department
David Brown .... camera operator
Scott J.T. Frank .... field camera operator
Paul Jacobsen .... best boy electric: Casablanca segment (1981)
Alec Jarnagin .... camera operator
Lance E. Phox .... gaffer (1982-1994)
Editorial Department
Alexis Dellar Hanson .... video colorist

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