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Marla/His Year in Hell/South Kent Cardinals/Telemarketing Calls (15 Jul. 2005)
"60 Minutes II" Marla/His Year in Hell/South Kent Cardinals/Telemarketing Calls (original title)

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"Marla" profiles a controversial four-year-old artist. "His Year in Hell" examines the case of Maher Arar a Canadian citizen who was sent to Syria to be tortured because he was believed to ... See full summary »

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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Maher Arar ...
Himself - Accused Terrorist (segment "His Year in Hell")
Anthony Brunelli ...
Himself - Painter (segment "Marla")
Raphael Chillious ...
Himself - Coach (segment "South Kent Cardinals")
Trip Darren ...
Himself - Director of Admissions (segment "South Kent Cardinals")
Chester Frankfeldt ...
Himself - Telemarketer (segment "Telemarketing Calls")
Steve Hartman ...
Himself - Correspondent (segment "Telemarketing Calls")
Vicki Mabrey ...
Herself - Correspondent (segment "His Year in Hell")
Monia Mazigh ...
Herself - Maher's Wife (segment "His Year in Hell")
Jermaine Middleton ...
Himself - Basketball Player (segment "South Kent Cardinals")
Cheyenne Moore ...
Himself - Basketball Player (segment "South Kent Cardinals")
Tony Morone ...
Himself - Student (segment "South Kent Cardinals")
Imad Moustapha ...
Himself - Syrian Ambassador (segment "His Year in Hell")
Laura Olmstead ...
Herself - Marla's Mother (segment "Marla")
Mark Olmstead ...
Himself - Marla's Father (segment "Marla")
Marla Olmstead ...
Herself - Artist (segment "Marla")
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"Marla" profiles a controversial four-year-old artist. "His Year in Hell" examines the case of Maher Arar a Canadian citizen who was sent to Syria to be tortured because he was believed to be a terrorist. "South Kent Cardinals" looks at the revitalization of a prep school through basketball. "Telemarketing Calls" features Steve Hartman examining telemarketers. Written by Shatterdaymorn

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