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"The West Wing" Lord John Marbury (2000)

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Writers:
Aaron Sorkin (created by)
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Original Air Date:
5 January 2000 (Season 1, Episode 11)
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Plot:
When India sends troops into Kashmir, President Bartlett calls for a British former ambassador to India to help out - over Leo's strong objections. | Add synopsis »
User Reviews:
I should've locked her in the dungeon See more (3 total) »

Cast

 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)

Episode Crew
Directed by
Kevin Rodney Sullivan 
 
Writing credits
Aaron Sorkin (created by)

Aaron Sorkin (teleplay by) &
Patrick Caddell (teleplay by)

Patrick Caddell (story by) &
Lawrence O'Donnell (story by) (as Lawrence O'Donnell Jr.)

Produced by
Rick Cleveland .... co-producer
Kristin Harms .... producer
Julie Herlocker .... associate producer
Michael Hissrich .... co-producer
Thomas Schlamme .... executive producer
Aaron Sorkin .... executive producer
John Wells .... executive producer
Llewellyn Wells .... producer
 
Original Music by
W.G. Snuffy Walden 
 
Cinematography by
Thomas Del Ruth (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Tina Hirsch 
 
Casting by
John Frank Levey  (as John Levey)
Kevin Scott 
 
Production Design by
Kenneth Hardy 
 
Set Decoration by
Ellen Totleben 
 
Costume Design by
Lyn Paolo  (as Lyn Elizabeth Paolo)
 
Makeup Department
Greg LaCava .... key make-up
Jeffrey Sacino .... key hair
 
Production Management
Robert P. Cohen .... unit production manager
Kathryn Lekan .... post production supervisor
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Rodney Allen Hooks .... first assistant director (as Rodney Hooks)
Dylan K. Massin .... second assistant director (as Dylan Massin)
 
Art Department
Kinney Booker .... on-set dresser
J. Gregory Evans .... gangboss
Blanche Sindelar .... property master
Kurt Verbaarschott .... set dresser
Leslie Ross .... painter (uncredited)
 
Sound Department
Damon Cohoon .... assistant sound editor
Catherine Flynn .... dialogue editor
Thomas A. Harris .... supervising sound editor
Dan Hiland .... re-recording mixer
Eric Moss .... assistant sound editor
Walter Newman .... supervising sound editor
Gary D. Rogers .... re-recording mixer
Kenneth B. Ross .... sound mixer
Wayne O'Brien .... m&e re-recording mixer (uncredited)
 
Visual Effects by
Amy D'Alessandro .... graphic artist (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Isaac Chee .... grip
Charles Papert .... camera operator
Sean W. Del Ruth .... film loader (uncredited)
Stephen Murphy .... camera intern (uncredited)
Tim Wicks .... crane tech (uncredited)
 
Casting Department
Allen Kennamer .... additional casting
Barbara Miller .... executive in charge of casting
 
Editorial Department
Nancy Bettcher Hurley .... assistant editor
Ron Nichols .... colorist: digital remastering
 
Location Management
Robert Foulkes .... location manager
Lee Wall .... key assistant location manager
 
Music Department
Stuart Goetz .... music editor
Ann Kline .... music supervisor
 
Other crew
Patrick Caddell .... consultant
Mark Johnston .... title designer
Dee Dee Myers .... consultant
Lawrence O'Donnell .... executive story editor (as Lawrence O'Donnell Jr.)
Peter Parnell .... executive story editor
Billy Pittard .... creative director
Paul Redford .... story editor
Whitney J. Smith .... production coordinator
Amy D'Alessandro .... titles (uncredited)
Chris Hanson .... medical technical advisor (uncredited)
 

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Writing credits
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Aaron Sorkin  created by

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Additional Details

Runtime:
60 min
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Did You Know?

Trivia:
Erick Avari, who plays the Pakistani ambassador, is Indian, while Iqbal Theba, who plays the Indian ambassador, is actually from Pakistan.See more »
Goofs:
Errors made by characters (possibly deliberate errors by the filmmakers): CJ tells Toby that she is just starting to be credible with the press. Since she's been on the job for a year already, it is unlikely that it would take her that long to gain the trust of the White House press corps.See more »
Quotes:
Leo McGarry:[on Lord John Marbury] He thinks I'm the butler.
President Josiah "Jed" Bartlet:For the first couple of weeks, so did I.
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Movie Connections:
Soundtrack:
West Wing Main TitleSee more »

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3 out of 4 people found the following review useful.
I should've locked her in the dungeon, 21 October 2012
Author: robrosenberger from Estero Island

*** This review may contain spoilers ***

It's time to wax rhapsodic - Lord John is coming to town. The incomparable Roger Rees (ROBIN HOOD: MEN IN TIGHTS, CHEERS) debuts one of the highest- juiced characters in show history, as an emergency adviser on a military escalation between India and Pakistan. C.J. is frozen out of the loop regarding the latest military intelligence, over concerns she might leak it to the press. For any STARGATE fanatics out there, we've got two members of that cast, in one show: John Diehl, as a contentious Freedom of Information Act lawyer, and Eric Avari, as the pakistani ambassador. And the first romantic overtures between Charlie and Zoe! Charlie asks Jed for his blessing. One resultant scene, about racial non-issues, belongs on an all-time best Jed/Leo scenes list. About the show's liberal bias...the writers are quickly becoming more adept at even-handedness, as evidenced by occasionally giving a conservative argument to a series regular (or later on to Ainslie and Walken and Joe). And moments that feel biased, often aren't so at all. For example, Mandy floats the idea of working for a liberal republican, and Sam snaps at her that it's not her job to end the fight, it's her job to win it. If his outburst came from a conservative republican character, most would boo and hiss...yet with Sam we're much more tolerant. It's up to us to recognize that in ourselves...the screenwriter's only job is to convey truth.

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