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Killing Lincoln ()


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Based on The New York Times best-selling novel, Killing Lincoln is the suspenseful, eye-opening story of the events surrounding the assassination of U.S. President Abraham Lincoln.

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  • Nominated for 3 Primetime Emmys. Another 1 win & 5 nominations.
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Cast

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Self - Narrator
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Peter Taltavul
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Abraham Lincoln
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John Wilkes Booth
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Mary Todd Lincoln
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Edwin Stanton
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Private John W. Nichols
Greg Cooper ...
Alexander Gardner
Andrew Collie ...
James McCollom
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George Robinson
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Doctor May
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Tad Lincoln (as Ben Perkinson)
Logan Bennett ...
John McCullough
Geoffrey Culbertson ...
Honor Guard Soldier
Leiv Clegg ...
Proud Slave
Paul W. Carroll ...
Admiral Porter (as Paul Carroll)
Ken Peebles ...
Old Barefoot Slave
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Captain Arvold
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W. H. Crook (as Caleb Hunt)
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William Bell
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Frederick Seward
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William H. Seward
Audra Honaker ...
Fanny Seward
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Robert Todd Lincoln
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General Ulysses S. Grant
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Harry Clay Ford (as Ryan Dunkin)
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William H. Flood
Mark Scarboro ...
John Mathews
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E. A. Emerson
Blythe Coons ...
Laura Keene
Paul D'Elia ...
Charles Forbes
Todd Fletcher ...
Edman Spangler
Joseph Carlson ...
Major Henry Rathbone (as Joe Carlson)
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Clair Harris (as Eleanor Drew Perkinson)
Matt Hackman ...
Dr. Charles Leale
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Lieutenant A.M.S. Crawford
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William Kent
Willie Repoley ...
Dr. Charles Taft
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Lieutenant J.T. Bolton
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Lieutenant Jameson
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Henry B. Safford (as Clayton Myers)
Keith Tyree ...
General Christopher Augur
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Albert Daggett (as Nick Williams)
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Corporal James Tanner
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David Herold
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Dr. Ezra Abbott
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Dr. F.A. King
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Surgeon General Joseph Barnes
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Harry Hawk
Christopher Cartmill ...
James Ferguson
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Lewis Powell
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Lawyer B.A. Hill
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Rev. Phineas Gurley
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Oswell Swann
Kevin Lawrence O'Donnell ...
Samuel Cox (as Kevin O'Donnell)
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Colonel Lafayette Baker (as Thomas Belgrey)
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Lieutenant Edward Doherty (as Lancer Shull)
Robert Wray ...
Lieutenant Colonel
Barry Ellenberger ...
Lieutenant Luther Byron Baker
Mark Halpern ...
George Atzerodt
Jim Wilson ...
Barber
Sara Eshleman ...
Asia Booth Clarke
Jen Downey ...
Mary O'Melia
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Samuel Mudd
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Singing Woman
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Nicholas Angelo Batten ...
The Light Guard
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Miss Mary Meredith
Zach Bowman ...
Confederate Prisoner / Commoner
John E. Daniel ...
Telegraph operator
Noah Downs ...
Telegraph Operator
Ronson Giggetts ...
Contraband / Laborer (creditOnly)
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Union Soldier
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Rebel POW
Gerald Poole ...
Marine Guard
George Reuther ...
Theater Patron
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Attractive Woman
Dennis W. Sparks ...
Congressman
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Sgt Silas Tower Cobb
Joseph S. Timberlake ...
Union Soldier
Jim Batchelder ...
Southern spy (uncredited)
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Lieutenant W.W. Clemens (uncredited)
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Mrs. Dixon (uncredited)
Derek Chouinard ...
Union Sailor (uncredited)
Jeb Cooke ...
Union Soldier (uncredited)
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Chief Justice Cartter (uncredited)
James 'Ike' Eichling ...
Gidgeon Wells Sect Navy (uncredited)
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J.L. Debonay (uncredited)
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Sailor (uncredited)
David Foster ...
James Gifford (uncredited)
Chance Gibson ...
McGowan (uncredited)
Jef Gums ...
Emrick Hansell (uncredited)
Steve Gums ...
Augustus Seward (uncredited)
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The Naked Woman (uncredited)
Jenny Howard ...
Augusta Mountchessington (uncredited)
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John F. Parker (uncredited)
Raymond H. Johnson ...
Ford's Theatre Patron (uncredited)
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Mrs. Mountchessington (uncredited)
Christy Leigh ...
The Prostitute (uncredited)
George Ludden ...
Richard Garrett (uncredited)
Ed Mantell ...
Disgruntled Richmond Gentleman (uncredited)
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Richmond Man (uncredited)
Roger Novak ...
John Buckingham (uncredited)
Dakota Oher ...
Union Soldier (uncredited)
Matthew Pabo ...
Joseph 'Peanuts' Burroughs (uncredited)
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Hon. Hugh McCullough (uncredited)
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John Lloyd (uncredited)
Eric Stoupa ...
Congressman (uncredited)
Amy Westmoreland ...
Theater Patron (uncredited)
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Lincoln's Photographer (uncredited)
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Blacksmith and Union Soldier (uncredited)

Directed by

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Adrian Moat

Written by

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Erik Jendresen ... (written by)
 
Bill O'Reilly ... (based on the book by) &
Martin Dugard ... (book)

Produced by

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Christopher G. Cowen ... producer
Mark Herzog ... executive producer
Erik Jendresen ... executive producer
Mary Lisio ... executive producer
Elissa Malek ... associate producer
Adrian Moat ... producer
Bill O'Reilly ... executive producer
Howard Owens ... executive producer
Charlie Parsons ... executive producer
Larry Rapaport ... line producer
Ridley Scott ... executive producer / producer
Tony Scott ... executive producer / producer
Aaron Waiton ... line producer: National Geographic Channel
Teri Weinberg ... executive producer
Richard J. Wells ... executive producer (as Richard Wells)
David W. Zucker ... executive producer

Music by

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David Buckley ... (original music by)

Cinematography by

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Jeremy Benning ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Steve Polivka

Editorial Department

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Peter R. Berg ... colorist
Jesse Ellis ... additional editing by
Alex Gilbert ... assistant editor
Ben Raxlin ... post-production coordinator

Casting By

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Erica Arvold ... (casting by)

Production Design by

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Richard Blankenship

Costume Design by

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Amy Andrews ... (as Amy Andrews Harrell)

Makeup Department

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Gregory Bazemore ... key hair stylist
Ardis Cohen ... hair designer
Carol S. Federman ... key makeup artist
Ashley Fetterman ... makeup department head
Sandye Kaye ... makeup artist

Production Management

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Ashley Lorenzo Feldman ... unit manager (as Ashley Lorenzo)
Sarah Umbach ... post-production supervisor

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Joe Cacciotti ... second assistant director
Ron Rapiel ... first assistant director
Ruben Flores Rios II ... first assistant director (as Ruben Rios)
Caroline Stephenson ... second second assistant director

Art Department

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Roslyn Blankenship ... construction buyer
Helen Fooks ... storyboard artist (as Helen Ward)
Peter T. Frank ... set dresser
James Fulgham ... set dresser
Donovan Greer ... gang boss
Jeremiah Hornbaker ... assistant property master (as Jeremiah D. Hornbaker)
R. Mark Hughes ... property master
Jenny McGurk ... draper
Ben Needham ... set designer
Richard Salinas ... lead scenic
Nathan Shifflette ... props
Susan Sutphin ... art department coordinator
John Tartaglino ... set dresser
Jesse Taylor ... set dresser
James Thompson ... carpenter / props
Gioia Varesi ... graphic designer

Sound Department

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Douglas E. Bischoff ... boom operator
William Britt ... sound mixer
José E. Caldararo ... foley artist (as José Caldararo)
Justin M. Davey ... sound effects editor (as J.M. Davey)
Bechen de Loredo ... foley mixer
Stanley Kastner ... dialogue editor / re-recording mixer
Rodrigo Ortiz-Parraga ... foley editor / foley supervisor
George Pereyra ... sound effects editor
Francisco Rizzi ... foley artist
Zach Seivers ... supervising sound editor

Special Effects by

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Jason Ivey ... special effects technician
Gary Pilkinton ... special effects coordinator

Visual Effects by

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Diego Galtieri ... digital compositor
Ragui Hanna ... digital compositor
Kent Johnson ... visual effects supervisor
Jason Korber ... digital supervisor
Scott Ramsey ... visual effects producer
Geena Renk ... visual effects coordinator
Subodh Singh ... visual effects artist
Raleigh Stewart ... visual effects artist
Whitman Lindstrom ... matte painter (uncredited)
Yvonne Mejia ... matte painter: Stargate Studios (uncredited)
Jon Rhinehardt ... compositor (uncredited)

Stunts

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Andrew Collie ... sword fight choreographer
Kid Richmond ... stunt coordinator

Camera and Electrical Department

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Bob Becchio ... b camera first assistant
Danny Caporaletti ... camera department PA
James A. Contner ... b camera operator (as Jim Contner)
James Dombey ... grip
Kent Eanes ... still photographer
Eric Eaton ... b camera second assistant
Ian Edwards ... digital imaging technician
Robert Fuller ... rigging gaffer
Charles A. Harris ... key grip
Mike Kurec ... electrician
Greg Martin ... best boy grip
Jarrod Oswald ... first assistant camera
Trey Peterson ... electrician
Doyle Petty ... balloon light technician
Timothy P. Reilly ... lighting technician
Taylor Roesch ... best boy electric
Jarrod Russell ... a camera second assistant
John Charles Schneider ... lighting technician
Liz Silver ... a camera first assistant (as Liz Heslep)
Robert Spencer ... gaffer
Sarah Walor ... b camera second assistant
Gordon Whiteway ... grip
Michelle Zerdelian ... grip

Casting Department

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Anne N. Chapman ... Virginia casting director
Jeb Cooke ... extras casting assistant
Andrea Gaines ... casting assistant
Michelle Kelly ... casting associate
Amy Baker Quick ... extras casting
Daniel Vorlet ... casting assistant (uncredited)

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Dana Joel Bogdanski ... military costumer
Edward Brogan ... costume assistant
Renee Jones ... wardrobe supervisor
Kathy B. Washington ... key costumer
Amelia Zontini ... set costumer

Location Management

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Dawn Blacksten ... location manager
April Campion ... locations production assistant
Jeb Cooke ... locations production assistant
Josh Mumford ... assistant location manager
Peter Szijarto ... locations production assistant

Music Department

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Sean Alexander ... music editor
Saxton's Cornet Band ... authentic Civil War brass band soundtrack
David Buckley ... performer

Script and Continuity Department

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Rachel Atkinson ... script supervisor

Additional Crew

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Ben Brunkhardt ... historical consultant
Lisa Figueroa Crawford ... assistant production coordinator
Wim De Groof ... stand-in for Billy Campbell
Emily Eckert ... assistant to Ridley Scott
Andy Edmunds ... film commissioner
Ana Figueroa ... office production assistant
Dylan Frayser ... production assistant
Christina Garnett ... production coordinator
Kurt E. Gran ... set medic
Tim Honiball ... production accountant
Josh Jones ... production assistant
Marlee Kamis ... production assistant
Elnora J. Keller ... craft service
Meghan Marchetti ... production assistant
Adrian Nanney ... stand-in
Shannon Petska ... travel coordinator
Gerald Poole ... Historical Advisor
Rita Rutherford ... on set tutor
Jane Sakowski Bell ... key craft services
Kenneth Shelton ... head wrangler
Daryl Shoemaker ... set medic
Richard H. Wood ... set production assistant
Tyler Atkinson ... digital distribution (uncredited)

Production Companies

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Special Effects

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Other Companies

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Storyline

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Plot Keywords
Taglines Narrated by Tom Hanks See more »
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Additional Details

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Also Known As
  • Bill O'Reilly's Killing Lincoln (World-wide, English title)
  • Tom Hanks: Die Lincoln-Verschwörung (Germany)
  • Matar a Lincoln (Spain)
  • Убийство Линкольна (Russia)
  • Quem Matou Lincoln? (Brazil)
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Runtime
  • 92 min
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Budget $2,000,000 (estimated)

Did You Know?

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Trivia The film is narrated by Tom Hanks, who is descended from the family of Abraham Lincoln's mother, Nancy Hanks. See more »
Goofs At one point Booth is whistling the minstrel show song "Kingdom Come, or Year of Jubilo," but the DVD subtitles misidentify the tune as "Dixie." See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Uncovering the Truth: Killing Lincoln (2013). See more »
Quotes Abraham Lincoln: The doors to the white house stand open, to one and all, day and night. My life is within reach of anyone, sane or mad. By the hand of a murder I can die but once, but to go continually in fear, well that is to die over and over... and over again.
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