60 Minutes

December 30, 2012 - Breakthrough, Morten Storm, Judd Apatow

Season 45, Ep 14, Aired 12/30/12
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  • Episode Description
  • Scott Pelley reports on a medical breakthrough which allows people to move robotic limbs using only their thoughts. The remarkable accomplishment is a big step in the development of robotic prostheses that hold the potential to improve millions of lives, including war veterans, amputees and sufferers from illnesses like cerebral palsy..Lara Logan profiles Morten Storm, a former Danish spy who claims to have played a crucial role in the CIA drone strike that killed American-born al Qaeda leader Anwar Al Awlaki..Anderson Cooper profiles comedy filmmaker Judd Apatow whose credits include Knocked Up and The 40-Year-Old Virgin.moreless

  • Cast & Crew
  • Steve Kroft

    Correspondent

  • Lesley Stahl

    Correspondent

  • Morley Safer

    Correspondent

  • Lara Logan

    Correspondent

  • Scott Pelley

    Correspondent

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    • Additional Credits:
      Breakthrough
      Produced by: Denise Schrier Cetta
      Edited by: Matthew Lev
      Camera: Don Lee, Aaron Tomlinson
      Sound: Eric Kerchner, Matthew Magratten
      Associate Producer: Sumi Aggarwal
      Video from: Timothy Betler, UMPC, Sony Pictures Television, Brainlab, Inc.
      Photos from: Jan Scheuermann
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      Morten Storm
      Produced by: Howard L. Rosenberg
      Edited by: Robert Zimet
      Camera: Chris Albert, Don Lee
      Sound: Eric Kerchner
      Associate Producer: Julie Holstein
      Broadcast Associate: Maria Lustig
      News Associate: Jennifer Depriest
      Photos from: AP Photo/Muhammad Ud-Deen
      Thanks to: Jyllands-Posten Newspaper
      .
      Judd Apatow
      Produced by: Tom Anderson
      Edited by: Andy Soto
      Camera: John Detarsio Blake Hottle
      Sound: Don Hale Scott Osterman
      Associate Producer: Michelle Boniface St. John
      Video from: Universal Studios Paramount Pictures
      Thanks to: Apatow Productions

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