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VIDEO: Charlie Rose (December 9, 2003)

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Charlie Rose (December 9, 2003)
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Length: 53:00
Aired: 12/9/2003

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VIDEO: Charlie Rose - Peter Matthiessen/Edward Albee/Jhumpa Lahiri (May 27, 2008)

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Charlie Rose - Peter Matthiessen/Edward Albee/Jhumpa Lahiri (May 27, 2008)
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Aired: 5/27/2008

A Conversation With Author Peter Matthiessen About His Book Shadow Country. || A Conversation With Edward Albee, Playwright And Tony Award Winner. || A Conversation With Author Jhumpa Lahiri About Her Book Unaccustomed Earth. watch

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Aired: 4/7/2014

Bryan Cranston discusses playing President Lyndon Johnson in the new Broadway play: "All the Way." watch

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Peter Matthiessen Appreciation
Peter Matthiessen Appreciation
At Play in the Fields of the Lord
At Play in the Fields of the Lord (1991)

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Credits

Year Title Description
2014 Charlie Rose: Episode Episode, Subject (person only)
2008 Doc Movie, Actor
2002 Charlie Rose: Episode Episode, Guest
1991 At Play In The Fields Of The Lord Movie, Source
1960 The Young One Movie, Source

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Trying to ID the actress who voiced...

Trying to ID the actress who voiced the role of Tony's "wife" during his coma-induced hallucination on The Sopranos is so yesterday. The new mystery confounding fans concerns that mystical Ojibwe proverb that suddenly appeared on his hospital-room wall. Who put it there? "Stay tuned," teases executive producer Terence Winter, adding that the saying "will be referred to again." The quote was hand-picked by series creator David Chase, who discovered it two years ago while reading Peter Matthiessen's award-winning spiritual journey The Snow Leopard. But it wasn't until months later — when late Sopranos director John Patterson fell ill with cancer — that it really started to resonate with Chase. "David was visiting John at his home and somebody had posted a little card on the wall that had this quote on it," Winter explains. "It was a pretty incredible coincidence… and David just decided to incorporate it into the show." S read more

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