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The real life of one of America's foremost founding fathers and first Secretary of the Treasury, Alexander Hamilton. Captured live on Broadway from the Richard Rodgers Theater with the original Broadway cast.

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Marquis de Lafayette / Thomas Jefferson
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Angelica Schuyler
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King George
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George Washington (as Christopher Jackson)
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Peggy Schuyler / Maria Reynolds
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Alexander Hamilton
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Aaron Burr
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Hercules Mulligan / James Madison
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John Laurens / Philip Hamilton
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Eliza Hamilton
Carleigh Bettiol ...
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Hope Easterbrook ...
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Philip Schuyler / James Reynolds / Doctor / Ensemble
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Thayne Jasperson ...
Samuel Seabury / Ensemble
Elizabeth Judd ...
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Charles Lee / Ensemble
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Seth Stewart ...
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George Eacker / Ensemble

Directed by

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Thomas Kail

Written by

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Lin-Manuel Miranda ... (book)
 
Ron Chernow ... (inspired by the book Alexander Hamilton by)

Produced by

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Jill Furman ... executive producer
Sander Jacobs ... executive producer
Thomas Kail ... producer
Jon Kamen ... co-executive producer
Lin-Manuel Miranda ... producer
Nicole Pusateri ... Associate field producer
Chris Rouchard ... co-producer
Jeffrey Seller ... producer
Dave Sirulnick ... co-executive producer
Justin Wilkes ... co-executive producer

Music by

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Lin-Manuel Miranda ... (music by)

Cinematography by

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Declan Quinn ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Jonah Moran

Editorial Department

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Frederick Agyemang ... color assist
Dylan Ball ... conform artist
Peter Boychuk ... digital intermediate producer
Matt Caruso ... senior digital intermediate producer
Sam Fischer ... color assist
Joe Gawler ... supervising digital colorist
Phil Harris ... Technical Support
Cara Manise ... senior post producer: Harbor Picture Company
Junior Nunez ... assistant editor / on-line editor
Michelle Perkowski ... color assist
Charles Christopher Rubino ... title design
Patriciana Tenicela ... post-production coordinator
Mallory Trice ... Assistant Post Production Supervisor
Kevin Vale ... Supervising digital intermediate producer

Casting By

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Bethany Knox
Bernard Telsey

Production Design by

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David Korins

Costume Design by

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Paul Tazewell

Makeup Department

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Charles G. LaPointe ... hair and wig designer
Liz Printz ... Associate Hair and Wig Designer
Fred Waggoner ... hair stylist

Production Management

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J. Phillip Bassett ... production stage manager
Andy W. Jones ... general manager
Sophia Leang ... assistant production supervisor
Todd London ... post production executive
Scott Rowden ... stage mananger
Nan Sandle ... production supervisor
Deanna Weiner ... assistant stage manager
Alexis Wiscomb ... post-production supervisor

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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David Backus ... Unit Production Manager
Tom Gaito ... first assistant director / second assistant director
Patrick Vassel ... associate director

Art Department

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David Korins ... set designer
Rod Lemmond ... associate scenic designer
Amanda Stephens ... assistant scenic designer

Sound Department

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Mark Amicucci ... mix technician
Giuseppe Cappello ... re-recording mix technician
Jason Crystal ... associate sound designer
Robert Fernandez ... additional re-recording mixer
Avi Laniado ... chief engineer
Tim Latham ... re-recording mixer
Jean Leguay ... audio maintenance
Duncan McRae ... re-recording mix technician
Dave Paterson ... sound effects editor
Kevin Peters ... re-recording mix technician
Justin Rathbun ... sound mixer
Darrell R. Smith ... Audio post producer
Nevin Steinberg ... sound designer
Daniel Timmons ... sound editor
Tony Volante ... re-recording mixer

Visual Effects by

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Ross Vincent ... visual effects artist

Camera and Electrical Department

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Joe Belack ... digital imaging technician
Maceo Bishop ... steadicam operator
Pat Capone ... camera operator
Jeff Dickerson ... assistant camera
Jack Donnelly ... camera operator
Stanley Fernandez Jr. ... camera
Rick Gioia ... Key first assistant camera
David Knox ... camera operator
Abby Levine ... digital imaging technician
Ian Liuzzi-Fedun ... engineer-in-charge
Bruce MacCallum ... camera operator
Steven McLaurin ... project media manger
John Osterman ... Digital Imaging technician
Paul Sambrowski ... video maintenance
Dave Samuel ... gaffer
Guillermo Tuñon ... digital imaging technician
Bill Winters ... camera operator

Animation Department

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Jeff Nelson ... compositor

Casting Department

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Andrew Femenella ... casting associate

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Kathryn Bailey ... Shopper
Rachel Brown ... costumer
Scotty Cain ... costumer
Ryan Dodson ... wardrobe
Jennifer Hohn ... costumer
Angela Kahler ... associate costume designer
Kimberly Mark ... costumer
Jean Naughton ... costumer
Ana Perdita ... costumer
Emily Roney ... costumer
Melissa Tulchinsky ... assistant wardrobe
Scott Westervelt ... costume supervisor
Elizabeth Wilson ... costumer

Music Department

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Michael Aarons ... music coordinator
Randy Cohen ... synthesizer and drum programming
Kurt Crowley ... associate music director
Jonathan Dinklage ... concertmaster
Andres Forero ... drums
Mario Gotoh ... viola / violin
Richard Hammond ... keyboard
Michael Keller ... music coordinator
Jeremy King ... associate synthesizer programmer
Alex Lacamoire ... arranger / keyboards / musical director / orchestrator
Derik Lee ... music editor
Deri Lorus ... music editor
Robin Macatangay ... banjos / guitars
Deborah Mannis-Gardner ... Music Clearances
Erin Benim Mayland ... violin
Lin-Manuel Miranda ... arranger / music and lyrics
Benny Reiner ... percussion
Scott Wasserman ... ableton programmer
Will Wells ... electronic music producer
Taylor J. Williams ... associate synthesizer programmer
Anja Wood ... cello

Production Department

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Chris Rouchard ... live capture producer

Additional Crew

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Jason Arnold ... Assistant to Mr. Seller and Ms. Brohn
Asad Ayaz ... President of Marketing
Andy Blankenbuehler ... choreographer
Andrew Chappelle ... swing
Brett Dicus ... technical manager
Kaitlin Fine ... assistant company manager
Jill Furman ... stage producer
Joaquin Giraud ... B-Unit Operator
Emily Horton ... media planner: FYC (as Emily Ann Horton)
Sander Jacobs ... stage producer
Thomas Kail ... stage director
Stephanie Klemons ... associate choreographer
Audra Labrosse ... general management
Morgan Marcell ... swing
Monica Mazel ... director/producers' assistant
Elissa Mowery ... Lego sorter
Tim Pettolina ... house manager
Conrad Rippy ... Legal Counsel
Jeffrey Seller ... stage producer
Voltaire Wade-Green ... swing

Thanks

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Jason Robert Brown ... special thanks
John Buzzetti ... special thanks
Ron Chernow ... special thanks
Brian d'Arcy James ... special thanks
Oskar Eustis ... special thanks
Gabrielle Floyd ... special thanks
Joanne Freeman ... special thanks
Ariana Garcia ... special thanks
Jennifer Green ... special thanks
Drew Hodges ... special thanks
Kevin Iwashina ... special thanks
Parker Krug ... special thanks
Tony Lance ... special thanks
Nicky Lindeman ... special thanks
Joan Marcus ... special thanks
Rich Mhlanga ... special thanks
Luis Miranda ... special thanks
Vanessa Nadal Miranda ... special thanks
Robert Morrison ... special thanks
Diemut Nadal ... special thanks
Frank Nadal ... special thanks
James Nederlander Sr. ... special thanks (as Jimmy Nederlander Sr.)
Rory O'Malley ... special thanks
Cindy Salgado ... special thanks
Jonathan Scott ... special thanks
Alyse Ardell Spiegel ... special thanks
Graham Taylor ... special thanks
David Weiss ... special thanks (as Dr. David Weiss)

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Special Effects

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

"Hamilton" is the story of America then, told by America now. Featuring a score that blends hip-hop, jazz, R&B, and show tunes, "Hamilton" has taken the story of American founding father Alexander Hamilton and created a revolutionary moment in theater--a musical that has had a profound impact on culture, politics, and education. Captured at the Richard Rodgers Theater on Broadway in June 2016, the film transports its audience into the world of the Broadway show in a uniquely intimate way. Written by The Walt Disney Studios

Plot Keywords
Taglines An American Musical See more »
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Additional Details

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Also Known As
  • Гамильтон (Russia)
  • 漢密爾頓 (Taiwan)
  • Гамільтон (Ukraine)
  • Хамилтън (Bulgaria, Bulgarian title)
  • ハミルトン (Japan, Japanese title)
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Runtime
  • 160 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia In his 2016 book "Hamilton: The Revolution," Lin-Manuel Miranda says that the inspiration for the "Hamilton" song "You'll Be Back" came from his friendship with Hugh Laurie, which in turn came from his time as an actor on "House": "I was having a drink with Hugh Laurie, with whom I'd worked on his series House, and I told him I wanted to write a big breakup letter from King George to the colonies. Without blinking, he improvised at me, 'Awwww, you'll be back,' wagging his finger. I laughed and filed it away. Thanks, Hugh Laurie. " See more »
Goofs Philip Hamilton wasn't shot before 10 paces, for a minute both Philip and Eacker stood and refused to shoot. "Philip took his father's advice, and refused to raise his pistol to fire after he and Eacker had counted ten paces and faced each other. Eacker, following suit, did not shoot either. For the first minute, both men stood, doing nothing, both refusing to shoot. After a minute, Eacker finally raised his pistol, and Philip did the same. Eacker shot and struck Philip above his right hip. The bullet went through his body and lodged in his left arm. In what may have been an involuntary spasm, Philip also fired his pistol before he hit the ground, but this bullet did nothing." See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Hamilton's America (2016). See more »
Soundtracks Alexander Hamilton See more »
Crazy Credits The Walt Disney Pictures logo is synced up to the sound effects from "Ten Duel Commandments" (the ticking clock, explosions, gunshots and DJ disc scratches). See more »
Quotes [first lines]
King George: Ladies and gentlemen, this is your king, George III. Welcome to "Hamilton." At this time, please silence all cell phones and other electronic devices. All photography and video recording is strictly prohibited. Thank you, and enjoy *my* show.
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