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Hank: Five Years from the Brink

No longer available to stream

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Date Added: 8th November 2013

Date Removed: 16th September 2015

Available for: 23 months

 

History:

   16/09/2013: Added to Netflix

   07/11/2013: Removed from Netflix

   08/11/2013: Added to Netflix

   16/09/2015: Removed from Netflix

 

 

Description:

Former Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson explains how he persuaded banks and politicians to approve $1 trillion in bailouts.

 

Certificate:

Year: 2013

Duration: 1hr 26m

 

Director: Joe Berlinger

 

Cast: Henry Paulson, Wendy Paulson

 

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