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"The American Experience" War of the Worlds (2013)

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29 October 2013 (Season 25, Episode 1)
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An account of Orson Welles' 1938 radio drama broadcast that inadvertently started a mass panic. | Add synopsis »
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Cast

 (Episode Cast)
Charissa Allen

Julian Arahanga

Peter Bogdanovich ... Himself

Brenda Isaacs Booth ... Bertha Boughton (as Brenda Isaacs-Booth)

Brady Coleman

Lucien Douglas

Bart Fletcher
Babs George

Jennifer Griffin ... Florence Rohm

Annalee Jefferies
Betsy Lindley
Tim Mateer
Chris Olson ... Louis F. Heidenrich

Oliver Platt ... Himself / Narrator

Tony Sears

Ashley Spillers ... Gerta S. Brown
Mj Vandivier

Orson Welles ... Himself (archive footage)

Irene White

Episode Crew
Directed by
Cathleen O'Connell 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Michelle Ferrari  story
Michelle Ferrari  telescript
A. Brad Schwartz  story

Produced by
Susan Bellows .... series producer
Sharon Grimberg .... executive producer
Molly Jacobs .... producer
Melissa Martin .... coordinating producer
Heather Merrill .... associate producer
Heather Merrill .... associate producer
Susan Mottau .... coordinating producer
Cathleen O'Connell .... producer
Mark Samels .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
John Kusiak 
 
Cinematography by
Jason Longo 
Stephen McCarthy 
 
Film Editing by
Brian Funck 
 
Makeup Department
Jacenda Barrett .... hair stylist
Jacenda Barrett .... makeup artist
Jacenda Burkett .... makeup department head
Becky Friend .... hair stylist
Becky Friend .... makeup artist
Nancy Rankin .... hair stylist
Nancy Rankin .... makeup artist
Marcy Skyer .... hair stylist
Marcy Skyer .... makeup artist
 
Production Management
Vanessa Ezersky .... post-production manager
Nancy Sherman .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Timothy Smith .... assistant director
 
Art Department
Yvonne Boudreaux .... art department crew
Chris Clayton .... art department crew
Brad Haviland .... art department crew
Fabian Valdez .... art department crew
 
Sound Department
Coll Anderson .... supervising sound editor
John Bentley .... sound recordist
John Chiarolanzio .... foley artist
Peter Deutscher .... sound recordist
Johnny O'Connor .... sound recordist (as John O'Connor)
Jamie Scarpuzza .... sound recordist
Matt Snedecor .... sound effects editor
 
Camera and Electrical Department
David Brink .... assistant camera
Wes Dixon .... best boy lighting
Steve Drake .... key grip
Josh Taylor .... gaffer
Steve Urban .... best boy grip
 
Animation Department
Alisa Placas Frutman .... animator (as Alisa Placas)
Aaron Nee .... animator
 
Casting Department
Vicky Boone .... casting
Catherine DeMartino .... casting assistant
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Lauren Grace Burns .... wardrobe (as Lauren Burns)
Virginia Johnson .... wardrobe
Mirin Soliz .... wardrobe
 
Editorial Department
Spencer Gentry .... post-production
John Jenkins-Stark .... post-production
Don Wyllie .... colorist
Don Wyllie .... on-line editor
 
Music Department
Beth Cohen .... musician: violin
Joel Goodman .... composer: theme music
Rob Jaret .... composer: additional music
Rob Jaret .... musician: synthesizer
John Kusiak .... musician: keyboard
Billy Novick .... musician: clarinet
Richard Ranti .... musician: bassoon
Richard Sebring .... musician: french horn
P. Andrew Willis .... composer: additional music
P. Andrew Willis .... musician: synthesizer
 
Transportation Department
Jerry Patin .... driver
 
Other crew
Casey Davis .... special project assistant
Max Fathom .... craft service
Susana Fernandes .... project administration
Jay Fialkov .... legal
Janice Flood .... legal
Carmen Guzman .... intern
Paul Heyer .... advisor
Stephen Hooker .... production assistant
Scott Kardel .... legal
Ismael Leiva IV .... production assistant (as Ismael Levia)
Mary Lugo .... publicist
Julianna Newmeyer .... production secretary
Lauren Noyes .... project administration
Chika Offurum .... accountant
Lauren Prestileo .... publicist
Rich Remsberg .... archival researcher
Olivia Rotenberg .... intern
Joshua Seftel .... recreations director
Chynna Shapiro .... intern
Leslie Strain .... transcriptor
Cara White .... publicist
Helen K.C. Yung .... bookkeeping
 
Thanks
Lauren Amundson .... special thanks
Mary Louise Bill .... special thanks
Carter Cook .... special thanks
Jonathan Edwards .... special thanks
John Gosling .... special thanks
Elizabeth Kreimendahl .... special thanks
Marynell Levine .... special thanks
Peter Koch Shawn Purcell .... special thanks
 

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Writing credits
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Stephen Fitzmeyer  developer
Henry Hampton  creator

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It's Hard to Blame People Considering the World of the Time, 23 January 2015
Author: Hitchcoc from United States

I just had a chance to view this analytical presentation of the events surrounding that Halloween radio performance by the great Orson Welles, Welles was bewildered by the results though he loved every minute of it. What we need to realize is that it was announced at the beginning that this was fictional. Of course, the problem was that Germany was on the march and was being observed by the populace. People were glued to their radios and if they missed the beginning, the performance was so good by the players, that it isn't hard to see how they could fall for it. One thing I never thought about before was the fact that events happened so fast that any thoughtful person should have realized it couldn't have happened in just a few minutes. The events of the first twelve minutes involved events that should have taken a couple days (for instance, how did the military get there so fast?) Suffice it to say, this is a nicely crafted presentation. So many of these things have been done in the past. I believe this is the best of them all.

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