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

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Alternate Names:
Ward H. Lamon


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  1. The Gettysburg Address (2016) Played by Sam Elliott

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

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

  5. "Lincoln" Played by Patrick Rowe
    ... aka "Gore Vidal's Lincoln" - USA (video title), USA (DVD title)
        - Episode #1.2 (1988) TV episode, Played by Patrick Rowe
        - Episode #1.1 (1988) TV episode, Played by Patrick Rowe

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

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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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