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Lost River: Lincoln's Secret Weapon (2009)

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True story of Anna Ella Carroll, unrecognized heroine of the American Civil War who assisted Lincoln as an unofficial cabinet member; she later devised the Tennessee River Plan that brought an early end to the war.

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Tami Sutton ...
Anne Carroll
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James Reeves ...
Joe Jones ...
Wayne Strickler ...
Reb Moorehead ...
Edwin Stanton (as Allen Moorehead)
Owen McKinley ...
Afmuth Dave ...
Steve McKee ...
Jack Fetters ...
Benjamin Wade
Paul Clinco ...
Librarian Albert Johnston
Thomasina Daniels ...
Leah Carroll
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Thomas Hicks
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Thomas Carroll (as David Mercier)
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True story of Anna Ella Carroll, unrecognized heroine of the American Civil War who assisted Lincoln as an unofficial cabinet member; she later devised the Tennessee River Plan that brought an early end to the war.

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Some have been waiting more than a century, The Anna Ella Carroll Story..
25 June 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Finally after more than a century the long awaited story of Anna Ella Carroll has made it to the big screen, recognition an amazingly intelligent woman so rightfully deserved only to be deprived of by the greedy and powerful during her time. Actors Fritz Klein as President Lincoln and Tami Sutton as Anna Ella Carroll accurately portray their characters in a true story about a woman that served with Lincoln's Cabinet. Lost River Lincoln's Secret Weapon, an original screenplay researched and written by historian Bruce Bridegroom, features a storyline, colorful scenery and costumes spanning practically the entire 19TH Century; some in supporting roles could have been more carefully selected. Considering the films budget, only a million dollars, I think the production company did an outstanding job in producing a film so historically significant in time for The Sesquicentennial Observance of The Civil War.


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