Dale Bell

Filmmaker, Backfired: When Volkswagen Lied to America

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Associate producer of the Oscar-winning documentary Woodstock: 3 Days of Peace & Music and author of Woodstock: An Inside Look at the Movie That Shook Up the World and Defined a Generation. Flmmaker, Backfired: When Volkswagen Lied to America

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