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"Frontline" John Paul II: The Millennial Pope (1999)

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Helen Whitney (writer)
Jane Warnes (writer)
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28 September 1999 (Season 17, Episode 12)
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Cast

 (Episode Cast)
Maurizio Benazzo ... Voice over

Urszula Dudziak ... Voice over
Jay Gregory ... Voice over
Antonin Kratochvil ... Voice over (voice)
Michael Librach ... Voice over (voice)

Will Lyman ... Narrator (voice)
Mike McNally ... Voice over
Carlos Navedo ... Voice over (voice)
Veronica Pawlowska ... Voice over (voice)

Alexandra Rhodie ... Voice over (voice)

Socorro Santiago ... Voice over (voice)
Christopher Zach ... Voice over

Episode Crew
Directed by
Helen Whitney 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Jane Warnes  writer
Helen Whitney  writer

Produced by
Stephanie Ault .... associate producer
Sam Bailey .... producer
David Fanning .... executive producer
Lewanne Jones .... archival producer
Robin Parmelee .... coordinating producer
M.G. Rabinow .... post-production producer
Muriel Soenens .... associate producer
Michael Sullivan .... executive producer
Sharon Tiller .... senior producer
Helen Whitney .... producer
 
Cinematography by
Colin Fox 
Mead Hunt 
Tom Hurwitz 
Ed Marritz 
Gerardo Puglia 
 
Film Editing by
Steve Audette 
Kelly Korzan 
Kris Liem 
Jed Parker 
Ted Winterburn 
 
Production Management
Veronica Gibeault .... unit manager
Tim Mangini .... production manager
Douglas D. Milton .... unit manager
Anne Sculley .... production manager
 
Art Department
Sam Bailey .... graphic designer
 
Sound Department
Gerard Bonnette .... sound
Mark Mandler .... sound recordist
Eddie O'Connor .... sound (as Edward O'Connor)
John O'Connor .... sound
Glenn Richter .... sound
Mark Roy .... sound
Jim Sullivan .... sound mixer
 
Visual Effects by
Adam Buyak .... visual consultant
Stanislaw Markowski .... visual consultant
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Ned Hallick .... gaffer
Eric Neason .... gaffer
Roger Sherman .... still photographer
Paul Stein .... gaffer
 
Editorial Department
Geoff Birmingham .... assistant editor
Marrie Campbell .... editorial director
Jeremy Carr .... assistant editor
Michael A. Dawson .... on-line editor
Caitlin Dixon .... assistant editor
Edith R. Newman .... assistant editor
Julie Parker O'Brien .... post-production assistant
 
Music Department
Martin Brody .... music theme
Mason Daring .... music theme
David Dutcher .... music clearance
 
Other crew
Lorenzo Albacete .... consultant (as Monsignor Lorenzo Albacete)
Kate Bancroft .... interpreter
Jane Barnes .... researcher
Thomas J. Bee .... production assistant
Maska Bozyk .... researcher
Jim Bracciale .... series manager
Joe Brown .... intern
Charlotte Buchen .... intern
Stefano Celesti .... researcher
Esther Chavez Cano .... researcher
Leszek Cicirko .... fixer
Scott Clevenger .... research assistant
Serena Cosgrove .... researcher
Minika Darda .... translator
Rachel Dawson .... researcher
Christy Denes .... production assistant
David DiCerto .... consultant
Lee Ann Donner .... staff assistant
Romeo Duarte .... fixer
Anna Dvorsky .... secretary
Claudia Forte .... interpreter
Leslie Friedman .... archival assistant
Patricia Giovine .... fixer
Luis Gomez .... translator
Sadar Hla .... intern
Alexander Jakimowicz .... interpreter
Andrzej Jeziorek .... researcher
Erin Martin Kane .... communications manager
Leslie Karsten .... researcher
Christopher Kelly .... publicist
Alexis Kessler .... researcher
Tomek Kitlinski .... researcher
Arthur Kpzyra .... translator
Thomas Long .... researcher
Mariusz Malec .... visual consultant
Elzbieta Matynia .... consultant
Luis Miranda .... fixer
Cezary Mironiuk .... fixer
Renee Monrose .... archival assistant
Sarah Moughty .... promotional assistant
Robert O'Connell .... business manager
Karen O'Connor .... series editor
Eugene Palumbo .... fixer
Piotr Paszkowski .... interpreter
Sue Pemberton .... intern
Marco Politi .... consultant
Dana Reinhardt .... researcher
Alex Renderos .... researcher
Leigh Scott .... researcher
Jakub Skoczen .... archival researcher
Rachel Smith .... researcher
Susan Stern .... interpreter
Tad Szulc .... consultant
Lukasz Tischner .... researcher
Paula Torres .... intern
Jamie Verenis .... production assistant
James Walker .... fixer
Catherine Wright .... special projects assistant
Teodor Zareba .... language consultant
Maja Zielony .... fixer
 

Series Crew
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Directed by
Brent E. Huffman 
Katerina Monemvassitis 
 
Produced by
Marsha Bemko .... associate producer
Katerina Monemvassitis .... producer
 
Cinematography by
Emmett Wilson III 
 
Production Management
Grant Viklund .... assistant production manager
 
Sound Department
Donna Bertaccini .... location sound mixer (multiple episodes)
Michael Keenan .... location sound mixer (multiple episodes 1997-)
 
Editorial Department
Nishant Radhakrishnan .... assistant editor (2000-)
David Waletzky .... assistant editor
 

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150 min
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The Pope against evil of the 20th Century, 12 September 2006
Author: chasmilt777 from Dallas, Texas

This 150 minute Frontline documentary is a must see for all Catholics and non - Catholics, for all believers in Christ as well as non believers. Pope John Paul II lived at a time where evil was disguised and solidarity became harder and harder to find.

This PBS DVD video covers his entire life, from growing up in a Jewish town in Poland and the after war punishment by Stalin and the Communists, to fighting the new modern day holocaust in the form of abortion and birth control. This documentary shows how the Church became tougher than the Communist state, It also shows John Paul's iron determination under the surface and his personal inner resistance.

Many issues are brought up. Faith, the death penalty, the 1981 Marshall law in Poland, the assassination of Romero in El Salvador, and Pope John Paul's own assassination attempt. PBS, as always, does an excellent job in making one think. Everyone, no matter who are, will be enlightened after viewing this special documentary.

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