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Lost in the Translation/Surf's Up/A True Confession 

"Lost in the Translation" looks at how North Korea is using the Diary of Anne Frank and a propaganda tool against the United States. "Surf's Up" interviews big wave surfer Laird Hamilton. "... See full summary »

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Mike Wallace ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Lost in the Translation")
Miriam Bartelsman Miriam Bartelsman ... Herself - Dutch Reporter (segment "Lost in the Translation")
Buddy Elias ... Himself - Anne Frank's Cousin (segment "Lost in the Translation")
Steve Kroft ... Himself - Host
Lesley Stahl ... Herself - Correspondent (segment "Surf's Up")
Laird John Hamilton ... Himself - Surfer (segment "Surf's Up")
Bruce Jenkins Bruce Jenkins ... Himself - Sports Columnist (segment "Surf's Up")
Bill Hamilton Bill Hamilton ... Himself - Surfer (segment "Surf's Up")
Gabrielle Reece ... Herself - Model and Former Volleyball Player (segment "Surf's Up")
Morley Safer ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "A True Confession")
Abdallah Higazy Abdallah Higazy ... Himself - Egyptian Citizen (segment "A True Confession")
Joe Buckley Joe Buckley ... Himself - President, John E. Reed & Associates (segment "A True Confession")
Steven Dressen Steven Dressen ... Himself - Law Professor, Northwestern University (segment "A True Confession")
Jorge Hernandez Jorge Hernandez ... Himself - Wrongfully Accused of Assault (segment "A True Confession")
Randolph Darr Randolph Darr ... Himself - Hernandez's Attorney (segment "A True Confession")
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Storyline

"Lost in the Translation" looks at how North Korea is using the Diary of Anne Frank and a propaganda tool against the United States. "Surf's Up" interviews big wave surfer Laird Hamilton. "A True Confession" examines how interrogators can sometimes convince innocent people to make a false confession. "Andy Rooney" talks about previews and ads before movies. Written by Shatterdaymorn

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Language:

English

Release Date:

29 February 2004 (USA) See more »

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CBS News See more »
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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