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Ward Hill Lamon (Character)
from "Lincoln" (1988)

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Alternate Names:
Ward H. Lamon

Filmography

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  1. The Gettysburg Address (2015) Played by Sam Elliott

  2. The Genesis of Lincoln (2014) Played by Michael Madsen
  3. Saving Lincoln (2013) Played by Lea Coco
  4. "Mysteries at the Museum"
        - Einstein's Brain, Morgan Affair, Brass Knuckles (2012) TV episode, Played by Jeremy Bright

  5. Lincoln (1992) (TV) Played by Richard Widmark

  6. "Lincoln" (1988) TV series Played by Patrick Rowe
    ... aka "Gore Vidal's Lincoln" - USA (video title), USA (DVD title)

  7. The Lincoln Conspiracy (1977) Played by Len Wayland (as Ward H. Lamon)
  8. "Lincoln"
    ... aka "Sandburg's Lincoln" - USA (complete title)
        - Crossing Fox River (1976) TV episode, Played by Wally Engelhardt

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Quotes:
From "Lincoln" (1988)
Abraham Lincoln: The problem is not my getting killed, Ward, I expect I shall some day. There is no way to stop it. What I fear is being captured by rebels and held for ransom.
Ward Hill Lamon: How much do you think the rebels would ask for you?
Abraham Lincoln: It's not how much, it's how many. They want their prisoners of war back. One ugly President swapped for a 100,000 soldiers would be very tempting to 'ol Jeff Davis. You see, sooner or later they will run out of men and we won't. And that's how we'll win.
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