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George Wallace ()


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Following Alabama governor George Wallace through segregation, presidential elections, an assassination attempt and personal trauma.

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  • Won 2 Golden Globes. Another 15 wins & 29 nominations.
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George C. Wallace
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Lurleen Wallace
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Archie
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Big Jim Folsom
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Cornelia Wallace
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Billy Watson
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T.Y. Odum
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Ricky Brickle
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Gerald Wallace
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Al Lingo (as Skip Sudduth)
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Nicholas Katzenbach
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Bobby Kennedy
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Demonstrator
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Demonstrator
Chuck A. Bernard ...
Convention Speaker
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Arthur Bremer
Kathryn Craig ...
Girl at Party
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Demonstrator (as Tim Dowling)
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Demonstrator
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Mrs. Folsom
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Reporter
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Klan Member #2
Randy Hall ...
Mass. State Trooper
Michael Harrington ...
Doctor (Maryland)
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Neal
Michael Haynes ...
Cornelia's Trooper #1
Vincent Henry ...
Reporter
Kent Houseman ...
Guitarist
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Demonstrator (as Ron Hyatt)
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Eddie
Jan Johannes ...
General Graham
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Jamison (as Frank Jones)
Robert Jones ...
Man in Church
Kathleen Kane ...
Demonstrator
Bobby Kirby ...
James Hood
Clancy Imislund ...
Klan Member #1
Sabrina Mance ...
Wallace Girl
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TV Commentator
Ketema Nelson ...
Vivian Malone
Race Nelson ...
Cornelia's Trooper #1
Kaye Phillips ...
Choir Leader
Briana Romero ...
Cornelia as Child
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Wallace Girl (as Chanel S. Ryan)
Tiffany Salerno ...
Velma
Vernon Scott ...
Demonstrator
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Reporter
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Loosh
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Dr. Jeff McKinney
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Demonstrator
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Alabama State Trooper
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ralph Abernathy ...
Himself - Behind King (uncredited) (archiveFootage)
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Reporter (uncredited)
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Wallace Supporter (uncredited)
Jim Childs ...
Student (uncredited)
Eva Ford ...
Campaign Supporter (uncredited)
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Senator (uncredited)
Gretchen Janke ...
Student (uncredited)
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Himself - Calls Alabama National Guard (uncredited) (archiveFootage)
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Himself - Civil Rights Speech (uncredited) (archiveFootage)
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Himself - 'How Long' Speech (uncredited) (archiveFootage)
Todd Krainin ...
Demonstrator (uncredited)
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Himself - Leads Marchers at Edmund Pettus Bridge (uncredited) (archiveFootage)
Jim McHugh ...
Reporter (uncredited)
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Political Supporter (uncredited)
Bayard Rustin ...
Himself - Behind King (uncredited) (archiveFootage)
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Big Jim Folsom Body Guard (uncredited)
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Student (uncredited)
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Klan Member #3 (uncredited)
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Himself - Behind King (uncredited) (archiveFootage)

Directed by

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John Frankenheimer

Written by

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Marshall Frady ... (book)
 
Paul Monash ... (television story)
 
Paul Monash ... (teleplay) and
Marshall Frady ... (teleplay)

Produced by

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Christy Block ... associate producer
Mark Carliner ... executive producer
Mitch Engel ... line producer
John Frankenheimer ... producer
Julian Krainin ... producer
James Sbardellati ... line producer
Ethel Winant ... co-producer

Music by

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Gary Chang

Cinematography by

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Alan Caso

Film Editing by

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Antony Gibbs

Editorial Department

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David Bernstein ... colorist
Amy Carey ... trailer editor (as Amy Linton)
Jeff Consiglio ... editor: title sequence

Casting By

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Iris Grossman

Production Design by

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Michael Z. Hanan

Art Direction by

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Charles M. Lagola

Set Decoration by

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Douglas A. Mowat

Costume Design by

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May Routh

Makeup Department

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Patricia Androff ... makeup artist
Shana Fruman ... hair stylist
John E. Jackson ... makeup artist: Gary Sinise
Jamie Kelman ... makeup artist
Matthew W. Mungle ... makeup artist
Cheryl Ann Nick ... makeup artist (as Cheryl Nick)
Keith Sayer ... makeup artist
Janeen Schreyer ... makeup artist / makeup department head
Nanci Cascio ... hair stylist day player (uncredited)

Production Management

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Ephraim 'Red' Schaffer ... unit production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Julian Forbes ... assistant director
Thomas A. Keith ... second second assistant director
Peter Merwin ... second assistant director
James Sbardellati ... first assistant director

Art Department

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Maria L. Baker ... art department coordinator
Adam Braid ... buyer
Colleen Broderick ... set dresser
Shannon Curfman ... props
Stoney Emshwiller ... set dresser
Lance Gunnin ... propmaker
Steve A. Hagberg ... construction coordinator
Lynn Malmberg ... painter (as Lynn Pollard)
Cynthia C. Rebman ... on-set dresser
Richard Robinson ... propmaker

Sound Department

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Greg Conway ... sound editor
Rubén Domingo ... sound editor
Paul Drenning ... adr mixer
John Fleishman ... sound recordist
Pamela Kahn ... foley artist
Mike Le Mare ... sound designer / supervising sound editor
Steve Livingston ... sound effects editor
David Marcus ... assistant sound editor
Matthias Schmitz ... assistant sound editor
Brady Schwartz ... foley editor
Karola Storr ... sound editor (as Carola Storr)

Special Effects by

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David Dion ... special effects

Visual Effects by

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David Fogg ... visual effects first assistant camera
Phil Hawn ... digital effects artist
Bret Mixon ... rotoscoping
Gene Warren Jr. ... visual effects supervisor

Stunts

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Joey Anaya ... stunt performer
Brian Avery ... stunts
Cheryl Bermeo ... stunts
Jay Caputo ... stunts
Edward Conna ... stunts
Charles Croughwell ... stunt coordinator
Bud Davis ... stunt coordinator
Danny Downey ... stunts
Hubie Kerns Jr. ... stunts
Hannah Kozak ... stunt double: Angelina Jolie
Dan Plum ... stunts
Don Ruffin ... stunts
Dennis Scott ... stunt coordinator
Julie Sornborger ... stunts

Camera and Electrical Department

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Adam Baral ... second assistant camera
Derek Bruyere ... camera loader
Sean Patrick Crowell ... rigging grip
Charlie Dalrymple ... lighting technician
Kenneth Estes ... video playback operator
Tammy Fouts ... assistant camera
R. Dana Harlow ... grip
Doug Hyun ... still photographer
Vito Mirabella ... grip
Roger Sassen ... gaffer
David Schmalz ... video assist operator
Don Telles ... grip
Fred Weigle ... assistant camera
Giovanni Zelko ... set lighting technician
Glenn Fishel ... grip (uncredited)

Casting Department

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Richard Boitano ... casting assistant
Susan Maas ... casting assistant

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Bill Edwards ... costume supervisor
Robin Roberts ... key costumer

Location Management

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Kristi Frankenheimer ... location manager (as Kristi Frankenheimer-Davis)
Phill Kane ... location assistant
Matthew Woody ... assistant location manager

Music Department

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Jeff Bunnell ... musician: trumpet
Randy Gloss ... musician
Todd Hayen ... orchestrator
Maria Newman ... musician
John Pratt ... location music supervisor
Sherry Whitfield ... music editor
Frank Macchia ... orchestrator (uncredited)

Transportation Department

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Jason Belsky ... transportation coordinator
J. Armin Garza II ... driver: camera car
Chris Walden ... driver

Other crew

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Maxine Bergen ... script supervisor
Mark Bronson ... post-production accountant
Terri L. Burns ... set production assistant: Sacramento
Kyle Cooper ... title designer
Dyanne C. Deuel ... set medic
Jessica Drake ... dialect coach
Rachel Flackett ... set production assistant
Denise Godoy ... publicist
Cindy J. Gray ... production coordinator
Danny Green ... production assistant
Barbara Gregson ... film researcher
Marvin Hayes ... production assistant
C.J. Hsu ... consultant: avid
Aaron Lemos ... assistant production coordinator
Adam Martin ... production assistant
Michael Riley ... title designer
Susie Schelling ... medical consultant
George Wallace ... publicist
Jeff Coopwood ... adr voice (uncredited)
Dawn C. Dreiling ... script supervisor (uncredited)

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Plot Summary

A story about former Alabama governor George Wallace, whose views on racial segregation put him against the US government and at the forefront opposing the Civil Rights Movement. Mainly set from 1955 to 1972 with flashbacks, it tells the story of this governor, said to be in the USA, 'the greatest political loser of all time', having stood for the US presidency four times and losing each time. And how loss, pain and suffering would eventually lead him to renounce what he once stood for. Written by minty1364

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Taglines Some wanted him president. Others wanted him stopped. See more »
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Also Known As
  • Wallace (Germany)
  • Джордж Уолъс (Bulgaria, Bulgarian title)
  • Wallace (Austria)
  • George Wallace, o asymvivastos (Greece)
  • Джордж Уоллас (Russia)
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Runtime
  • 178 min
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Trivia The night that Gary Sinise won the Emmy award for his portrayal of George Wallace, the real George Wallace died of a heart attack. See more »
Goofs The future Cornelia Wallace is depicted as a small girl on her uncle's shoulders at Jim Folson's inauguration on January 17, 1955. In fact, Cornelia would have been eleven days short of her sixteenth birthday at the time. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in The 55th Annual Golden Globe Awards (1998). See more »
Soundtracks We Shall Overcome See more »
Quotes George C. Wallace: We gonna set the stage on this one. If Bobby Kennedy wants to talk to me, he's gonna have to come down here.
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