Mad men. Season two
by Weiner, Matthew (Creator, Producer, Screenwriter, Director), Veith, Robin (Author), Carbonara, David (Composer)
Moving in a new direction, can Sterling Cooper keep up? Meanwhile, Don Draper continues to blur the lines between truth and lies, perception and reality as his private life becomes complicated in a new way. What is the cost of his secret identity? Full description
Hunter, Tim (Director), Bernstein, Andrew (Director), Albert, Lisa (Producer, Screenwriter), Glatter, Lesli Linka (Director), Cleveland, Rick (Producer, Screenwriter), Jacquemetton, André (Producer, Screenwriter), Jacquemetton, Maria (Producer, Screenwriter), Getzinger, Jennifer, 1967- (Director), Abraham, Phil (Director), Anderson, Jane, 1954- (Producer, Screenwriter), Uppendahl, Michael (Director), Noxon, Marti, 1964- (Producer, Screenwriter), Taylor, Alan, 1965- (Director), Gordon, Kater (Screenwriter), Hamm, Jon, 1971- (Actor), Moss, Elisabeth, 1982- (Actor), Kartheiser, Vincent, 1979- (Actor), Jones, January, 1978- (Actor), Hendricks, Christina, 1975- (Actor), Batt, Bryan (Actor), Gladis, Michael (Actor), Staton, Aaron (Actor), Sommer, Rich, 1978- (Actor), Slattery, John, 1962- (Actor), Moses, Mark, 1958- (Actor), Murray, Joel, 1963- (Actor), Morse, Robert, 1931- (Actor), Siff, Maggie, 1978- (Actor), Hanks, Colin, 1977- (Actor), Hornbacher, Scott (Producer), McCormick, Blake, 1964- (Producer), Shattuck, Dwayne, 1959- (Producer), Manley, Christopher (Cinematographer), Bishop, Dan (Designer), Bryant, Janie (costumer designer.)
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