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'Are You There, Chelsea?'   How to Succeed in Business Without Really Crying  (2012)

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Season 1 Episode 6
Air Date | 15 Feb. 2012
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Directed by | Gail Mancuso
Cinematography by | Wayne Kennan
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Language | English
Genres | Comedy

Editing System
Finishing System
Chelsea Newman
Rick Miller
Tim Kornick
Directed by
Cinematography by
Written by
Edited by
Produced by
Consulting Producer
Executive Producer
Consulting Producer
Co-executive Producer
Associate Producer
Production Design by
Series Production Design
Costume Design by
Costume Designer
Casting by
Casting Director
Production Management
Unit Production Manager
Second Unit & Assistant Directors
First Assistant Director
Second Second Assistant Director
Camera & Electrical Department
Assistant Chief Lighting Technician
Camera Operator - Episode
Digital Imaging Technician
Dimmer Board Operator
Best Boy Grip
Camera Operator - Episode
Camera Utility
Dolly Grip
Editorial Department
Assistant Editor
Post-production Coordinator
Visual Effects Department
Title Designer
Art Department
Set Designer
Property Master
Sound Department
Sound Editor
M&e Re-recording Mixer
Casting Department
Casting Associate
Makeup Department
Department Head Hair Designer
Costume & Wardrobe Department
Costume Supervisor
Set Costumer
Music Department
Composer: Theme Music
Music Coordinator
Music Coordinator
Stunt Department
Stunt Double
Stunt Coordinator
Additional Crew Members
Assistant To Producer
Cat Trainer
Production Coordinator
Animal Trainer
Assistant To Executive Producer
Production Assistant
Production Accountant
In-house Producer
Production Assistant
Corporate Finance
Set Production Assistant
Extras Set Coordinator
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