Behind the scenes with "Person to Person"
Billionaire investor Warren Buffett has an idea for a photo with the "Person to Person" crew: "I'm going to make it look like I'm giving you secret stock tips that I'm not going to give Charlie Rose." / CBS News
Ever wonder what goes on behind the scenes of a television production? In the case of CBS News' "Person to Person," it's a lot of people, a lot of hard work and a lot of laughs!
Take an inside look as George Clooney, Warren Buffett invite Lara Logan, Charlie Rose and CBS News' "Person to Person" crew inside their homes and offices for a look at their most private and prized possessions and the unforgettable stories behind them.
George Clooney: It's hard to say who's more irrepressible, Clooney himself or his dog, Einstein, as the cameras work their way through his home from his kitchen to his screening room.
Warren Buffett: The challenge for the camera crew in Warren Buffett's Omaha, Neb., office was that the big-time investor works out of a surprisingly small office, chock full of cherished mementos, fond memories and a lot of funny stories to tell.
Person To Person
The best of "Person to Person" From 1953 to 1958, legendary CBS newsman Edward R. Murrow interviewed celebrities and newsmakers in their homes from his easy chair in a New York studio for his program "Person to Person." The show has returned for a new generation with hosts Charlie Rose and Lara Logan.
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