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Saving Jessica Lynch ()


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Based on the true story of the rescue of Private Jessica Lynch, by the United States army, in Iraq.

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Mohammed Al-Rehaief
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Pfc Jessica Lynch
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Greg Lynch Sr.
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1st Sergeant Robert J. Dowdy
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Pfc Lori Piestewa
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Iman Al-Rehaief
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Spc Shoshana Johnson
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Capt. Troy King
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Pvt. Dale Nace
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Fedayeen Colonel
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Colonel Curry
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Dr. Hamida
Amy Jones ...
Dee Lynch
Rafael Tamayo ...
Spc Edgar Hernandez
Dak Rasheta ...
Sgt. James Riley (as Dak Rashetta)
Oliver Tull ...
Sgt George Buggs
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Spc Edward Anguiano
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Pfc. Patrick Miller
Mark Nutter ...
Command Sgt Maj
Frank Harvey ...
Cpl Harris
Adnan Bahar ...
Kaldia
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Navy Seal Commando (as Bill Scharpf)
Ken Greaves ...
Navy Seal C.O.
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Iraqi Deserter (as Iman Nazemzadeh)
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Imam (as Al Faris)
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Fedayeen Officer (as Amin Nazemzadeh)
Ped Farazandeh ...
Fedayeen Guard / Captain
Najid Kamyab ...
Iraqi Soldier
Patrick Amos ...
WV National Guard Capt
Ron Hayden ...
Army Ranger C.O.
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Army Ranger Medic
Hamid Nazemzadeh ...
Iman's Father
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Doctor Karim
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Beth
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Ba'ath Militia Man
Lauren Wenzel ...
Brandi Lynch
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Greg Lynch Jr.
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Marine C.O.
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Ten Ton Driver
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Ranger Harper
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Desirée Avalos ...
Shada
James Casarez Jr. ...
Soccer Player
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Marine Guard
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Iraqi Soldier
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Navy Seal (as John Elliott)
Chris Gomez ...
Iraq Soldier
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507 Group
Kyle Mlodzik ...
Humvee driver
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Captured P.O.W.
Darrell Proctor ...
Reporter
Brett Quinn ...
Soldier
John Randall ...
Deuce driver
Ray Rose ...
Deuce driver
Tony Seagroves ...
Wrecker driver
Spencer Thrasher ...
Marine guard
Brandon West ...
Marine Soldier
Nadia Whittle ...
Market shopper
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Night Vision Marine
Nicole Barrett ...
Soldier (uncredited)
Dennis Cruzado ...
Volunteer (uncredited)
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Major Greaves M.D. (uncredited)
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Iraqi Colonel (uncredited)
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Pfc. Park (uncredited)
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Iraqi Woman (uncredited)
James LaMarr ...
Navy SEAL (uncredited)
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Iraqui Woman (uncredited)
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Staff Sgt. Padilla (uncredited)
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Navy Seal Point Man (uncredited)
Keith V. Otto ...
Marine Guard (uncredited)
Kyle R. Trentham ...
Military (uncredited)
Fabian Watkins ...
Sgt. Self (uncredited)

Directed by

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Peter Markle

Written by

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John Fasano ... (written by)

Produced by

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Bob Chmiel ... executive producer
Michael R. Joyce ... producer
Dan Paulson ... executive producer

Music by

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Ramin Djawadi

Cinematography by

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Joel Ransom

Film Editing by

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Scott Boyd

Editorial Department

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Eric Johannessen ... colorist
John Sterneman ... on-line editor (uncredited)

Casting By

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Stephanie Corsalini

Production Design by

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Vincent M. Cresciman

Set Decoration by

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Phil Shirey

Costume Design by

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Stephen M. Chudej

Makeup Department

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Gigi Coker ... key makeup artist
Claude Díaz ... hair department head
Ashley Rike ... assistant makeup artist

Production Management

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Tom Keniston ... unit production manager
Richard Winnie ... post-production supervisor

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Fernando Altschul ... first assistant director
Randy Fife ... second unit director
Jeremy Haak ... first assistant director: second unit / second second assistant director
Terri Martin ... second assistant director

Art Department

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Derek Abernathy ... carpenter
Wendy Bonn ... scenic artist
E. Monk Brannen ... swing gang
Lance Cheatham ... set dresser
April Crump ... set dresser
Nanci Elfrez ... scenic artist
Stephanie Emery ... set dressing buyer
Margaret Johnson ... stand-by greens foreman
Lorraine Klein ... art department coordinator
John Navarro ... weapons
Cory Parker ... set dresser
Scott A. Reeder ... assistant property master
Randy Severs ... lead sculptor
Robert A. Sturtevant ... construction coordinator
Robert K. Weinberger ... construction general foreman
Michael E. Wilks ... on-set dresser (as Michael Wilks)
Jeri Woodward ... scenic gang boss
Randal Woodward ... lead

Sound Department

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Suzanne Angel ... adr supervisor
Don Broughton ... boom operator
Tim Chilton ... foley artist
Bob Costanza ... sound effects editor
Kevin Fisher ... sound effects editor
Tommy Goodwin ... foley mixer
Darrell Henke ... sound mixer
Ian Honeyman ... synth programming
Kathryn Madsen ... adr editor
Robert Webber ... supervising sound editor
Lou Thomas ... sound effects editor (uncredited)

Special Effects by

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Greg Kilmer ... special effects technician
Bob Trevino ... special effects supervisor
Jeffery D. Woodrel ... special effects foreman

Visual Effects by

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Scott Balkcom ... lead Inferno artist / visual effects supervisor
Jay Frankenberger ... match move artist
David Gurrea ... texture artist
Brent Hensarling ... visual effects artist
Daley Miller ... visual effects producer
Mark Moore ... storyboard artist
Brandon Oldenburg ... visual effects supervisor
David W. Reynolds ... inferno artist
Mike Roy ... visual effects artist
Augusto Schillaci ... CGI art director
Lorin Wood ... matte painter

Stunts

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Linda Carlos-Hall ... stunt double
Kiante Elam ... stunts
Randy Fife ... stunt coordinator
Sam Fife ... stunts
Ken Greaves ... stunts
Jim Henry ... stunts
Tony Hugghins ... stunts
Krisztian Kery ... stunts
Richard Phillips ... stunts: special skills
Víctor Quintero ... stunt performer
Scott Roland ... stunts
William Scharpf ... stunts (as Bill Scharpf)
Diane Towery ... stunts
Russell Towery ... stunts
Bryon Weiss ... stunts

Camera and Electrical Department

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Brown Cooper ... camera operator: "b" camera / director of photography: second unit
Michael Dunson ... dolly grip
Brouke Franklin ... assistant camera
Mark Herrmann ... best boy electrician (as Mark Herrman)
Dan Jackson ... 1st ac- a camera
John Johns ... video playback operator
Matthew King ... second assistant camera: "b" camera
Arron Kinser ... assistant camera
Bill Matlock ... still photographer
Gabriel Pfeiffer ... film loader
Kerry Rike ... key grip
Juan Romero ... gaffer
Peter D. Roome ... additional first assistant camera
Christopher Smitty Smith ... b dolly grip (as Chris Smith)

Casting Department

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Brad Gilmore ... casting assistant

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Diane Kearney ... set costumer
Lauren Matesic ... costume intern
Sabrina Winningham ... costume supervisor

Location Management

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David Brotsky ... location scout
Joshua D. Clark ... assistant location manager
Kim Davis ... location manager

Music Department

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Klaus Badelt ... music producer
Lorne Balfe ... additional composer: score
Xavier Sol ... music editor

Transportation Department

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David Beard ... transportation captain
Paul Castillo ... transportation

Other crew

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Ron Anderson ... set production assistant
J. Todd Breasseale ... project officer: department of defense (as Maj. J. Todd Breasseale)
Joanna 'Joey' Cade ... assistant to director / script coordinator
Devin Carbaugh ... office production assistant
Angela Padilla Clark ... production coordinator (as Angela N. Padilla)
Jennifer Cobb ... first assistant accountant
Brock Cravy ... production assistant
Colin Edlund ... craft service
Paul Thomas Evers ... production assistant
Michael Lance Hodges ... craft service for art department and set decoration
John Johns ... motion control system
Steve A. Kennedy ... assistant: Mr. Paulson
Jasmine McCaig ... production controller
Gwendolynn Murphy ... stand-in
John Navarro ... additional armorer
Joel C. Park ... production assistant
Susan Pearce ... production accountant
Chuck Peil ... vice president of business development
Thomas A. 'Tom' Treml ... production assistant
Nadia Whittle ... stand-in

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

When Mohammed Al-Rehaief, a young Iraqi lawyer, learns that Private first class Jessica Lynch, a 19-year old U.S. soldier from West Virginia, is held as POW in an Iraqi hospital, he wants to find out what a girl the age of his own daughters is doing and why she's being held, both the U.S. troops and his nationalist countrymen start treating him as a suspect- his personal drama is adding itself to hers and countless other ones in post-Saddam Iraq... Written by Anonymous

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Also Known As
  • Otage (France)
  • O Resgate de Jessica Lynch (Brazil)
Runtime
  • 94 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia Aired seven months after the events it depicts occurred. See more »
Goofs When the convoy is driving through Nasiriyah just before they are attacked, Reunion Tower (a major feature of Dallas' downtown skyline) is clearly visible in the background. See more »

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