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Nightline: As American As... #720828

ABC Special for Friday, Jul 05, 2002

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A broadcast of taped segments introduced by Chris Bury (ABC), including:

  • Taped segment with Somerset Patriots manager Sparky Lyle, former Atlantic City Surf manager Tommy Helms, ‘The Newark Star-Ledger’ reporter Jerry Izenberg, Atlantic City Surf general manager Mario Perrucci, Atlantic City Surf player Dave Mastrolonardo, Atlantic City Surf manager Mitch Williams, Newark Bears owner Rick Cerone, Newark Bears player Wes Chamberlain, and unidentified others re: independent league baseball.
  • Taped segment with food historian Bruce Kraig, WSCR radio sportscaster Mike North, actor Joe Mantegna, The Wiener’s Circle co-owner Larry Gold, and unidentified others re: America’s obsession with hot dogs.
  • Taped segment with ‘LA Times’ food columnist Russ Mitchell, Nancy Silverton of the La Brea Bakery/Campanile Restaurant, Judith Borck of Country Home Bakers, Mom’s Pies baker Anita Nichols, and unidentified others re: America’s favorite classic dessert apple pie.
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