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"Ken Lay" interviews the former chairman of Enron the energy giant that collapsed amidst fraud allegations. "Submission" examines the controversial film on the treatment of women in Islam ... See full summary »

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Himself - Correspondent (segment "Ken Lay")
Kenneth Lay ...
Himself - Former CEO, Enron (segment "Ken Lay")
Bill Lerach ...
Himself - Lawyer (segment "Ken Lay")
Kurt Eichenwald ...
Himself - Business Correspondent, New York Times (segment "Ken Lay")
Angelina Lorio ...
Herself - Former Enron Employee (segment "Ken Lay")
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Himself - Correspondent (segment "Submission")
Theo van Gogh ...
Himself - Filmmaker (segment "Submission") (archive footage)
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Herself - Filmwriter (segment "Submission")
Theodor Holman ...
Himself - Columnist (segment "Submission")
Paul Scheffer ...
Himself - Professor of Sociology, University of Amsterdam (segment "Submission")
Nabil Marmouch ...
Himself - Muslim Community Leader (segment "Submission")
Lesley Stahl ...
Herself - Correspondent (segment "The Last Star Wars")
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Himself - Creator, Star Wars (segment "The Last Star Wars")
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Himself - Animation Supervisor (segment "The Last Star Wars")
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Himself - Host
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"Ken Lay" interviews the former chairman of Enron the energy giant that collapsed amidst fraud allegations. "Submission" examines the controversial film on the treatment of women in Islam and its effect on Holland's reputation for tolerance. "The Last Star Wars" interviews George Lucas about his new movie and gets a behind-the-scenes peek. "Andy Rooney" talks about sorting mail. Written by Shatterdaymorn

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13 March 2005 (USA)  »

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