Most Popular "Emancipation Proclamation" Titles
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1. Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter (2012)
R | 105 min | Action, Fantasy, Horror
Abraham Lincoln, the 16th President of the United States, discovers vampires are planning to take over the United States. He makes it his mission to eliminate them.
Unrated | 89 min | Comedy, Drama, War
Through the eyes of a British "documentary", this film takes a satirically humorous, and sometimes frightening, look at the history of an America where the South won the Civil War.
3. Abraham Lincoln (1930)
TV-G | 96 min | Biography, Drama, History
An episodic biography of the 16th President of the United States.
4. Saving Lincoln (2013)
101 min | Biography
The true story of Abraham Lincoln and his bodyguard, U.S. Marshal Ward Hill Lamon. This unique film features sets created from actual Civil War photographs.
90 min | Documentary
The Single Bloodiest Day in American History It's September 17, 1862 and President Abraham Lincoln needs a victory in order to issue the Emancipation Proclamation and end slavery in the ... See full summary »
58 min | History
A Time to be Remembered is a documentary film about slavery in America and the people and events that led to slavery's abolition. Included in the film is the history of famous real people ... See full summary »
Investigating History (2003– )
Lincoln: Man or Myth?
Program presents Abraham Lincoln, the most photographed politician of his day, as a highly image conscious politician. His image helped propel him to the presidency. But was it also a fatal... See full summary »
Lincoln (1974– )
Sad Figure, Laughing
50 min | Biography, Drama, History
Lincoln's laughter, joking, and storytelling erode the confidence of his colleagues. Treasury Secretary Salmon P. Chase and his ambitious daughter Kate embark on an underhanded attempt to undermine Abraham Lincoln's 1864 reelection bid.
Conspiracy? (2004– )
The Assassination of Abraham Lincoln
The leading alternative to the theory that John Wilkes Booth and a few others conspired to murder Abraham Lincoln, Andrew Johnson and William Seward is a Confederate conspiracy. The details... See full summary »