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The Long Recession: Wilmington Corporation/The Patriarch/Alec Baldwin 

"The Long Recession: Wilmington Corporation" goes to Ohio to hear stories about how the recession is hitting the Midwest. "The Patriarch" profiles the head of the Eastern Orthodox Church. "... See full summary »

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Himself - Correspondent (segment "The Long Recession: Wilmington Corporation")
Jim Curtis ...
Himself - Former Homeowner (segment "The Long Recession: Wilmington Corporation")
Lora Walker ...
Herself - Former Airborne Express Employee (segment "The Long Recession: Wilmington Corporation")
Seema Nadkarni ...
Herself - Doctor (segment "The Long Recession: Wilmington Corporation")
David Raizk ...
Himself - Mayor, Wilmington (segment "The Long Recession: Wilmington Corporation")
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Herself - Chef (segment "The Long Recession: Wilmington Corporation") (archive footage)
Anita Bach ...
Herself - Volunteer (segment "The Long Recession: Wilmington Corporation")
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Himself - Correspondent (segment "The Patriarch")
Patriarch Bartholomew ...
Himself (segment "The Patriarch")
Sevim Karabiyik ...
Himself - Guide (segment "The Patriarch")
Justin Sinaites ...
Himself - Saint Catherine's Monastery (segment "The Patriarch") (as Father Justin)
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Himself - Correspondent (segment "Alec Baldwin")
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Himself - Actor (segment "Alec Baldwin") (archive footage)
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Himself - Director (segment "Alec Baldwin") (archive footage)
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Herself - Comedian (segment "Alec Baldwin") (archive footage)
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"The Long Recession: Wilmington Corporation" goes to Ohio to hear stories about how the recession is hitting the Midwest. "The Patriarch" profiles the head of the Eastern Orthodox Church. "Alec Baldwin" rebroadcasts a profile of the famous actor. "Andy Rooney" talks about Christmas shopping. Written by Shatterdaymorn

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20 December 2009 (USA)  »

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