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Tony Cohen, graduated from law school in June of Cohen has successfully managed intricate budgets for all production departments and is highly skilled in the daily executive supervision of crews, budgets, scheduling and individual department reviews. Cohen has secured all necessary insurance, reinsurance and casualty policies as well as completion bonds. In , Tony Cohen made his first film, written by Jonathan D. This Timepiece documentary is one of many documentaries Bridgegate Films has produced.
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In his one-and-a-half-hour Archive interview, Dick Clark shares how he first got into television hosting, and outlines the rise of American Bandstand from a local Philadelphia show to a national phenomenon. Clark recalls working with Johnny Carson to produce Bloopers and Practical Jokes , discusses forming Dick Clark Productions, and details the role of a producer. He also describes the challenges of producing live awards shows, and speaks of what he believes to be the secret to live TV.
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Highlights of this program include: "Sternac the Improbable," which is a take-off on Johnny Carson's famous "Carnac the Magnificent" routine; Richard Simmons, who wrote out a list of demands for Stern before agreeing to come on the program, shows clips from his latest exercise video, which Stern has purposely tampered with; Stern introduces two people who have lost tremendous amounts of weight by working with Simmons; Ed McMahon is berated in a phony commercial; Young MC discusses whether or not rap music emphasizes racial hatred; Stern decides to switch topics and talk about the women Young MC has dated, especially one of them, Amy Lynn -- a stripper -- who happens to join the guest panel; Robin Quivers recaps the news stories from the past week; Stuttering John Melendez interviews radio legend Paul Harvey and Frances Bergen, the mother of actress Candice Bergen; and Cavaliere concludes the show by singing "I've Been Lonely Too Long" and "Good Lovin'. This program is closed-captioned. This program contains adult-oriented material.