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Seal Team Six: The Raid on Osama Bin Laden -- When the rumored whereabouts of Osama bin Laden are revealed, the CIA readies a team of seasoned U.S. Navy SEALs for the mission of a lifetime.


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Kendall Lampkin (screenplay)
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4 November 2012 (USA) See more »
A group of Navy SEALs come to learn the identity of their target: Osama bin Laden. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Nominated for 2 Primetime Emmys. Another 2 wins & 1 nomination See more »
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  (in credits order) (complete, awaiting verification)

Cam Gigandet ... Stunner

Anson Mount ... Cherry

Freddy Rodríguez ... Trench (as Freddy Rodriguez)

Xzibit ... Mule (as Alvin 'Xzibit' Joiner)

Kathleen Robertson ... Vivian

Robert Knepper ... Lieutenant Commander

Eddie Kaye Thomas ... Christian

Kenneth Miller ... Sauce

William Fichtner ... Mr. Guidry

Jenny Gabrielle ... Tricia

Mo Gallini ... Interrogator
Suhail Aldabbach ... Arab Man (as Suhail Dabbach)

Tait Fletcher ... D-Punch

Sarah Minnich ... Waitress

Kristen Rakes ... CIA Analyst

David House ... TOC Tech

Alma Sisneros ... Trench's Girlfriend
Saleem Watley ... Al-Kuwaiti

Keith Meriweather ... TOC Commander
Yon Kempton ... Bin Laden

Jahan Khalili ... Kalid
Alyssa Sprunk ... Administrative Girl
Deborah Vigil ... Guy Attacked by Dog
Ghasak Dabbach ... Al-Kuwaiti's Wife
Leonard Claps ... Abrar
Hani Yahya ... Hamza
Rafaella Mark ... Farah
Sarah Al Jabouri ... Tibah
Krista Davis ... Mule's Wife
Nathaniel Joiner ... Mule's Father
Nancy Smith ... Cherry's Mom

Lora Martinez-Cunningham ... TOC Tech Torres (as Lora Cunningham)
Sprocket ... Stunner's Dog 'Sprocket'
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Terra ... Vest Dog 'Cairo'

Erik Beacham ... CIA Agent (uncredited)
Ashima Bhalla ... Sania (uncredited)
Vernon Bradley ... CIA Analyst (uncredited)
Steven Ray Byrd ... Navy Seal Soldier (uncredited)
Harsh Chhaya ... Dr. Afridi (uncredited)
Amanda Fresquez ... Field Agent (uncredited)

Jessica Stotz Harrell ... CIA Agent (uncredited)

Timothy Holmes ... Navy Seal (uncredited)
Gregory Leiker ... Helicopter Air Crewman (uncredited)
Betzy Miesen ... CIA Agent (uncredited)
Seth Mossman ... CIA Analyst (uncredited)

Bill Perkins ... Sniper (uncredited)
Jaime Powers ... Cafe Patron (uncredited)

Jy Prishkulnik ... Daughter of Osama Bin Laden (uncredited)
John Quintana ... CIA Agent (uncredited)
Rajesh Shringarpore ... Waseem (uncredited)
Maninder Singh ... Malik (uncredited)
Sanjay Swaraj ... (uncredited)
Stephen Turselli ... Hooded Insurgent #1 (uncredited)

Brenden Wedner ... Navy Seal Soldier (uncredited)

Directed by
John Stockwell 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Kendall Lampkin  screenplay

Produced by
Nicolas Chartier .... producer
Zev Foreman .... producer
Phillip B. Goldfine .... executive producer
Kevin Hoiseth .... production executive
Tony Mark .... producer
Meghan O'Hara .... executive producer
Corrie Rothbart .... associate producer
Dominic Rustam .... associate producer
Vivek Singhania .... producer: archive footage
Adam M. Stone .... associate producer
Cat Stone .... associate producer
Axel Uriegas .... associate producer
John N. Ward .... line producer
Bob Weinstein .... executive producer
Harvey Weinstein .... executive producer
Original Music by
Paul Haslinger 
Cinematography by
Peter Holland 
Film Editing by
Ben Callahan 
Casting by
Jo Edna Boldin 
Nancy Nayor 
Production Design by
Guy Barnes 
Art Direction by
Rosario Provenza 
Set Decoration by
Wendy Ozols-Barnes 
Costume Design by
Miye 'Mimi' Matsumoto  (as Miye Matsumoto)
Production Management
Larry Ferguson Jr. .... post-production supervisor
Eric Bergman .... post-production supervisor (uncredited)
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Raj Acharya .... second unit director
Susan E. Fiore .... first assistant director
Kelly Mahoney .... additional second assistant director
Prince Shah .... first assistant director
Woodrow Travers .... second second assistant director
Art Department
David D. Baumann .... property master
Shawn Caffrey .... painter
Alan Chao .... graphic designer
Jeremy Chiordi .... set dresser
Greg Davidson .... set dresser
Stephanie Furr .... property master: reshoots
Severino Gonzales .... leadman
Linda R. Gore .... set dresser
Ronald O. Jaynes .... construction coordinator
Duprelon Tizdale .... greens foreman
Lawrence Tolle .... assistant property master
Sound Department
Steven Avila .... sound effects editor
Brett Becker .... boom operator
Trip Brock .... supervising sound editor
Bayard Carey .... production sound mixer
Rob Embrey .... post sound coordinator
Phil Hadaway .... adr recordist
Jackie Johnson .... dialogue editor
Peter D. Lago .... supervising sound effects editor
Dave Leffel .... adr recordist
Greg Mauer .... foley mixer
Greg Mauer .... supervising foley editor
Roger Morris .... adr recordist
Rick Owens .... foley artist
Alexander Pugh .... sound effects editor
Mark A. Rozett .... sound re-recording mixer
Matt Salib .... assistant sound editor
Ian Shedd .... dialogue editor
Kate Sheil .... foley editor
Dara Singh .... sound mixer: india
Steven Utt .... sound recordist
Kelly Vandever .... sound re-recording mixer
Ben Whitver .... adr mixer
Brian S.M. Wroth .... dialogue editor
Special Effects by
William Boggs .... pyrotechnician
Visual Effects by
August Coleman .... digital compositor
Joseph Conti .... visual effects producer
Joseph Conti .... visual effects supervisor
Jamison Scott Goei .... visual effects supervisor: Rez-Illusion
Michael A. Martinez .... visual effects
Fred Tepper .... visual effects artist
Tait Fletcher .... stunt performer
Jimmy Romano .... stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
Joey Bacharka .... electrician
Ryan Bushman .... second assistant camera
Erick Castillo .... second assistant "a" camera
Ursula Coyote .... still photographer
Dan Delgado .... gaffer
Will Emery .... camera: "a" camera
Will Emery .... first assistant camera
Hank Herrera .... key grip
Bret Latter .... second assistant camera
Aaron Lieber .... digital imaging technician
Christopher TJ McGuire .... camera operator: "a" camera
Christopher TJ McGuire .... steadicam operator
Turtle O'Toole .... camera operator: "b" camera
Dale Glenn Waseta .... key video assist
Casting Department
Allison Bader .... casting associate
Marie A. Kohl .... casting associate
Lorrie Latham .... extras casting
Kristen Rakes .... casting assistant
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Samuel Bowling .... costume assistant to designer
Christine Farnand .... costumer
Christine Farnand .... key set costumer
Tiffany Rink .... costume p.a.
Mollie Kimball Whitson .... key costumer
Editorial Department
Monty Bass .... first assistant editor
Maxine Gervais .... digital intermediate colorist
Erik Kaufmann .... digital intermediate editor
James Lesage .... assistant editor
Carl S.G. Moore .... digital intermediate producer
Adam Ohl .... digital intermediate producer
Mathieu Reid .... color timer
Nicholas 'Nikko' Tsiotsias .... assistant editor
Darin Wooldridge .... additional digital intermediate colorist
Music Department
Brian Jackson Harris .... epk: music supervisor
Jeffrey Hayat .... epk: music composer
Christopher Kaller .... music editor
Daniel Waldman .... score programming assistant
Michael Wickstrom .... music clearance executive
Transportation Department
J.D. Hicks .... transportation coordinator
Pete Meda .... transportation
Other crew
Jon Baran .... production assistant
Steven Ray Byrd .... stand-in
Derek M. Chavez .... production secretary
Carol A. Compton .... script clearance
Christian de Gallegos .... international distribution
James D. Dever .... senior military technical advisor
David Dirks .... legal counsel
Daniel Luke Fitch .... background wrangler
Mark Gee .... intern
Marissa M. Gonzales .... production coordinator
Dogan Can Gundogdu .... titles designer: main titles
Wayne Han .... set production assistant: background
Denise Harkins .... production assistant
Jessica Stotz Harrell .... stand-in
Noah Hauser .... production assistant
Mara Herdmann .... script supervisor
Allegro Hopkins .... studio teacher
Michael Anthony Huante .... production assistant (as Michael Huante)
Robert Johnston .... payroll accountant
Jenn Lee .... production executive: Business Affairs
Gregory Leiker .... Assistant Military Tech Advisor
Ronald J. Levin .... production counsel
Pearl Lieberman .... archival producer
Nathan Lucas .... post production accountant
Scott Matthews .... footage provided by
Ali McKenna .... production assistant
Lee Meltzer .... film publicist
James Merrick .... intern (as James M. Cook)
Ernie John Montoya .... key craft service
Norina Michele Morales .... accounting clerk
Jaime Powers .... stand-in
Lucy Kim Robertson .... production accountant
Serena Shen .... assistant production coordinator: additional photography
Serena Shen .... production secretary: additional photography
Danielle Stiner .... set production assistant
Quay Terry .... technical advisor: military
Matthew Toplikar .... assistant location manager
David E. Van Houten .... epk producer
Bob Wasserman .... archival assistant
Justin T. Williams .... location manager
Mark Lanza .... special thanks

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Code Name: Geronimo" - UK (imdb display title), USA (working title)
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90 min | UK:101 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.85 : 1 See more »

Did You Know?

The scenes depicting Peshawar, Pakistan were actually shot at Khopoli in Maharashtra, India. This is clearly evident from the license plate numbers of the vehicles that can be seen on the road. The numbers start with 'MH' which is the code for the state of Maharashtra. Also the actors playing the roles of CIA assets in the scenes are famous Marathi TV actors.See more »
Anachronisms: The storyline is set in 2011. In particular the scene where each of the Seals are in Skype Video sessions with their families is dated March 2011. However if you look very closely at the Windows 7 System Tray in the bottom right hand corner you will notice that the Clock Date reads 2/1/2012.. Nearly a year into the future.See more »
[last lines]
Cherry:It's a good day to be a Seal. It's a good day to be an American.
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Reliving The HourSee more »


What does the CIA director mean when he says 'Just like Eagle Claw'?
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5 out of 5 people found the following review useful.
SEAL Team Six (Code name GERONIMO), 12 May 2014
Author: oass71

Seal Team Six is a 2008 American war film directed by the producer of The Hurt Locker, John Stockwell, inspired by actual events. John Stockwell (born on March 25, 1961) is an American actor, director, producer, writer and former model. It's a low-budget film which deals with the end of the infamous al-Qaeda head, Bin Laden, on May 2nd 2011. Moreover, it's a very short film which lasts only 90 minutes. After receiving orders of their superiors about the guarded compound in Pakistan, US intelligence have to dismantle the mission in a time limited. Very close to Zero Dark Thirty by Kathryn Bigelow, SEAL Team Six focuses on the truthfulness of the events and of the actions. It looks like a documentary which protects the X files of the government. The facts in the film were not "confirmed or denied" by White House officials. On the first hand, the script and direction are fairly matter-of-fact, even if there are lots of amazing shots of sunsets and landscapes), but on the other hand, there are lots of excellent performances as Connors, Ross Martin (as Mangus), Kamala Devi (as Teela), Pat Conway (as Captain William Maynard), and Adam West (as Delahay). These performances show why Geronimo is a success. The defects of the film are to avoid torture and to add fiction to reality. Yet, this film has lots of qualities as the final gunfight, the suspense, the moment of actions and the witch hunt against Bin Laden. We can also talk of the effects which engender the sense of danger and peril. They are no clear "bad guys" and "good guys" here. Rather, the conflicts of the film are portrayed as resulting from cultural dispositions, duty and necessity. Moreover, the film is visually amazing. The movie seems to be fascinating and full of new development but it has some little errors. It was nominated for the "Outstanding Art Direction For A Miniseries Or Movie" and for the "Outstanding Sound Editing For A Miniseries, Movie Or A Special" in 2013. It was not the red-carpet premiere that John had in mind. Positive criticism: "Very interesting, I look first "Zero Dark Thirty" because it was a famous film by Kathryn Bigelow, and I personally think that "Code Name Geronimo" is better than it. The acting is amazing!" Negative criticism: "Fichtner, once again typecast as a stern authority figure, is arguably the best of a mediocre lot, but fails to ignite the film's plethora of arduous and poorly written scenes within US intelligence HQ. Similarly irksome is the grating contrivance that almost no member of this apparent 'crack team' of SEALs is able to keep their emotions in check for seemingly any longer than five minutes. Predictably, macho face-offs are in plentiful supply."

To conclude, I personally think that this film is a human and subjective vision of the war by the soldiers who are constantly trapped between life and death. I prefer Seal Team Six because it is more realistic than Zero Dark Thirty which is too exaggerated.

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