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A Classic Cover-Up?/The Golden Boy/Madonna at 40 

"A Classic Cover-Up?" looks at safety problems with the classic Ford Mustang and whether Ford has been concealing evidence about such problems. "The Golden Boy" interviews boxer Oscar De La... See full summary »

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Episode credited cast:
Marlo Aragone ...
Herself - Accident Victim (segment "A Classic Cover-Up?")
Bob Arum ...
Himself - Boxing Promoter (segment "The Golden Boy")
Peter Bertelson ...
Himself - Safety Engineer (segment "A Classic Cover-Up?")
Joan Claybrook ...
Herself - Former Head, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (segment "A Classic Cover-Up?")
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Himself - WBC Welterweight Champion (segment "The Golden Boy")
Harold Gielow Sr. ...
Himself - Father of Accident Victim (segment "A Classic Cover-Up?")
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Himself - Former President, Ford Motor Company
Craig Jackson ...
Himself - Firefighter (segment "A Classic Cover-Up?")
Tim Kawakami ...
Himself - Sportswriter (segment "The Golden Boy")
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Herself - (segment "Madonna at 40")
David Rand ...
Himself - San Francisco Attorney (segment "A Classic Cover-Up?")
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Himself - Correspondent (segment "A Classic Cover-Up?")
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Himself - Correspondent (segment "Madonna at 40")
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Himself - Correspondent (segment "The Golden Boy")
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Himself - Correspondent (segment "Uncommon Sense")
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"A Classic Cover-Up?" looks at safety problems with the classic Ford Mustang and whether Ford has been concealing evidence about such problems. "The Golden Boy" interviews boxer Oscar De La Hoya. "Madonna at 40" talks to the singer who continues to be a controversial figure. "Uncommon Sense" looks at stealth aircraft. Written by Shatterdaymorn

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19 May 1999 (USA)  »

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