Charlie Rose

Season 2008 Episode 1205

Frost / Nixon / Gilbert Kaplan

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Aired Weekdays 11:30 PM Dec 05, 2008 on PBS
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Frost / Nixon / Gilbert Kaplan
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Part one of a conversation about the film "Frost/Nixon" with director Ron Howard and actor Frank Langella and a conversation with conductor Gilbert Kaplan In this episode, Frank Langella offers thoughts on playing Nixon and on acting, Ron Howard discusses making films based on real events, and Gilbert Kaplan speaks with Charlie Rose about Mahler's unique talent, and Mahler and 20th century music.moreless
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