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Nightline #847049

ABC Special for Friday, Dec 15, 2006

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  • Taped segment with Dan Harris (ABC), “Forbes Magazine” Senior Editor Neil Weinberg, John Kaufman‡ of Manhattan Motor Cars, “Robb Report” Chief Luxury Officer Carol Brodie, Verdura owner Ward Landrigan, real estate broker Kathy Sloane, and real estate developer Andre Balazs re: the luxury items available to Wall Street employees who will be receiving huge end-of-the-year bonuses this year.
  • Taped segment with John Berman (ABC), Lifestyles Organization founder Robert McGinley‡, Shawna and Frank Garjulo‡, and Tony and Jo Lee Morales‡ re: a resort in Mexico for sexual swingers.
  • Taped segment with Barbara Pinto (ABC), tourist attraction creator Brian Jones‡, tourists Travis and Lisa Campbell‡, movie director Bob Clark, and unidentified others re: the opening as a tourist attraction of the house used in the filming of “A Christmas Story”.
  • Reporter(s):
    Harris, Dan;
    Berman, John;
    Pinto, Barbara
    Duration:
    00:29:00

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