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SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN FRONTIERS
PROGRAM #1305,
"Mysteries of the Deep"
AIRDATE: November 26, 2002

Host
Alan Alda

Written, produced, and directed by John Angier
David Huntley
Andrew Liebman

Edited by
David Berenson
David Huntley

Associate Producers
Jeannie Choi
Dan Lyons
Julie Moynihan

Photography
Peter Hoving

Sound
G. John Garrett
Flora Moon

Additional Underwater Photography
Ernie Kovacs
Andrew Liebman

Animation and Graphics
Alan Morin

Music
Randy Roos

Online Editor
Bill Kenney

Sound Mixer
Steve Sherrick

Post Production Supervisor
Warren Jones

Production Manager
Joe Laney

Special Thanks
Friends of the Hunley
JASON foundation for Education
NUMA
Mystic Aquarium & Institute for Exploration
National Archives and Records Administration
National Geographic Television
Wildlife Conservation Society

Frontiers Web Site

Producer Jacqueline Mitchell
  Producer Polly Hanson
  Lead Designer Mark Ostrander
  Programmer Ya Chun Lin
  Teaching Guide Author Michael Dispezio

Promotion Director
Tina Vaz

Business Manager
Rosalie Berger

Production Secretary
Susan Matthews

For Scientific American Magazine
Rolf Grisebach, Chairman
Gretchen Teichgraeber, President and CEO
John Rennie, Editor in Chief

Supervising Editor
David Berenson

Executive Producers
John Angier
Graham Chedd

Presented by
Connecticut Public Television

Produced in Association with
Scientific American Magazine


© 1990-2002 The Chedd-Angier Production Company, Inc. All rights reserved.



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