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This documentary chronicles General William Tecumseh Sherman's fabled "March to the Sea" through Georgia and the Carolinas, utilizing state of the art production techniques including CGI, special effects and historical re-creations. | Add synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order)

Bill Oberst Jr. ... General William Tecumseh Sherman

Christopher Clawson ... Theodore Upson (as Chris Clawson)

Jared Morrison ... Maj. Henry Hitchcock
Mike Brown ... Gen. Oliver O. Howard
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Bo Braden ... Soldier
Allen Brenner ... Brig. Gen. Jefferson C. Davis
Harry Bulkeley ... Ulysses S. Grant

Guy Gane ... Major Rhoads
Shaun C. Grenan ... Confederate Officer, Union Soldier
Robert A. Guadagnino ... Soldier
Lucas N. Hall ... 1st Lieutenant C.S.A.
Russell Haynes ... Soldier
Marc A. Hermann ... Sherman's bummer, US Artillerist, CS Soldier

Henry Jaderlund ... Union Soldier
Eric U. Lowman ... Executioner, Western Zouave
Ed Mantell ... Union Soldier
Todd McCall ... Gen. Sherman's Staff Officer
Joan Moses ... Dolly Burge

Gavin Peretti ... Hanged Man
Norman J. Pfizenmayer III ... Soldier
A.J. Roberts ... Gen. Judson Kilpatrick
Jeffrey F. Smith ... General Joe Johnston
Tim L. Smith ... Union Soldier (as Timothy Smith)
Keith E. Whitehead ... Griswoldville Soldier
Brad Wyand ... Soldier
Scott Zeiss ... Chaplin John Hight

Directed by
Rick King 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Rick King 

Produced by
Lori Gibson .... producer
Lori Gibson .... supervising producer
Jessica Harrington .... co-producer
Margaret Kim .... executive producer: The History Channel
Rick King .... producer
William Morgan .... executive producer
Jason Williams .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Mark Adler 
 
Cinematography by
Rob Lyall 
 
Film Editing by
Mickey Green 
 
Casting by
Jessica Harrington 
 
Production Design by
Kathryn Coombs 
 
Makeup Department
Deanna Bell .... makeup department head
 
Production Management
Kathryn Coombs .... production manager
Mike Luipersbeck .... pre-production manager
Russ Richards .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
John D. Bert .... second assistant director
Scott Carter .... second second assistant director
Ruben Flores Rios II .... first assistant director (as Ruben Rios)
 
Art Department
Buddy Garrett .... key set dresser
Jeremiah Hornbaker .... assistant property master
Linda Hughes .... second props
R. Mark Hughes .... property master
Michael Kyne .... props
Ed Mantell .... head set dresser (as Edwin R. Mantell)
Ed Mantell .... propmaker (as Edwin R. Mantell)
Bill McIntosh .... props
Ann-Ruffin Minarik .... art department coordinator (as Ann Minarik)
 
Sound Department
William Britt .... sound mixer
Skip SoRelle .... sound designer
 
Special Effects by
William Bishop .... special effects technician
Sam Edens .... special effects assistant
Brian Merrick .... special effects coordinator
Austin Murray .... special effects technician
 
Stunts
Joseph Congema .... stunt coordinator
Tim Dillinger .... utility stunts
 
Casting Department
Mike Luipersbeck .... casting assistant
Jodi Nolan .... extras casting coordinator
Russell Richards .... casting: re-enactor
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Dana Joel Bogdanski .... key set costumer (as Dana Bogdanski)
Boyd Miles .... wardrobe supervisor
Joan Moses .... set costumer
A.J. Roberts .... assistant wardrobe supervisor
 
Transportation Department
Jeffrey F. Smith .... wardrobe transportation
 
Other crew
David Michael Brown .... catering coordinator
Mike Brown .... lead wrangler
Kathryn Coombs .... digital propmaker
Kathryn Coombs .... historical coordinator
Jay Dunn .... catering assistant
Sam Edens .... craft service assistant
Sarah Fales .... catering assistant
Guy Gane .... assistant military coordinator
Jeremiah Hornbaker .... armorer
Samantha Iles .... craft services coordinator
Samantha Iles .... set medic
Michael Kyne .... location manager
Tom Maracino .... craft services coordinator
Tom Maracino .... location assistant
Ann-Ruffin Minarik .... re-creations production coordinator (as Ann Minarik)
Jessi Nolan .... production assistant
Jodi Nolan .... re-creations office manager
John Nolan .... wrangler
Russell Richards .... locations key
Russell Richards .... re-creations supervisor
A.J. Roberts .... deputy historical coordinator
Tim L. Smith .... locations key (as Timothy Smith)
James Thompson .... military coordinator
 


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Factual errors: We see a battle in which Theodore Upson's VoiceOver says he's "grateful" to have bought a repeating rifle, but in the clip the show a closeup of him using a single-shot carbine.See more »

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Good Documentary on the Subject, 20 November 2012
Author: Michael_Elliott from Louisville, KY

Sherman's March (2007)

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Good, well-detailed documentary taking a look at the controversial move by Gen. William T. Sherman to take 60,000 Union troops through the heart of Georgia and all the way to the sea. SHERMAN'S MARCH is certainly an extremely well-made movie that goes into great detail in regards to just about everything that was going on during this period. We get a brief history of what Sherman had been doing with his life up to the Civil War and then we get to hear how he was able to rise during the war. Once it comes time for the march we hear about the original plans, the fact that both Grant and Lincoln thought it would fail and we also hear about the changes in plans as things moved along. I think history buffs will be very happy with the way everything is shown here as we get some pretty good re-enactments as well as several history experts talking about the legendary march. There's a pretty good talk about Sherman's own thoughts on slavery and how his views were often quite different when he would actually meet slaves. While this thing isn't anywhere near the brilliance of Ken Burns' THE CIVIL WAR, it's still a good documentary that film and history buffs should enjoy.

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