Gore Vidal's Lincoln


2h 1988

Brief Synopsis

A miniseries based on Gore Vidal's best-selling novel, depicting the personal and political turmoil the Lincolns faced during the Civil War years.

Film Details

Also Known As
Lincoln
Release Date
1988
Location
Richmond, Virginia, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
2h

Synopsis

A miniseries based on Gore Vidal's best-selling novel, depicting the personal and political turmoil the Lincolns faced during the Civil War years.

Crew

Rick Anderson

Best Boy

Joseph Aulisi

Costume Designer

Charles Thomas Baxter

Location Manager

Lisa Bianco

Assistant Editor

Lee Blasingame

Assistant Camera Operator

Weldon Brown

Rerecording

Vince Callaghan

Makeup

Dan Chichester

Costumes

Robert W Christiansen

Producer

Joe Clayton

Lighting Technician

Connie Collins

Script Supervisor

Joe Conway

On-Set Dresser

Eleanor Cooke

Casting

Andy D'addario

Rerecording

Dawn Darfus

Production Auditor

Margaret E. Fannin

Production Coordinator

Dennis Fill

Costumes

Pat Finnegan

Executive Producer

William R. Finnegan

Executive Producer

Gershon Ginsburg

Assistant Art Director

Gwendolyn Glenn

Choreographer

Ernest Gold

Music

Vickie Graef

Costumes

Jerry Grandey

Assistant Director

Mark Greenough

Technical Advisor

Steve Hagberg

Construction Coordinator

David Hankins

Sound Editor

Sally J Harper

Hair Stylist

Jim Harrison

Music Editor

James D Hawkins

Sound Mixer

James D Hawkins

Sound

B Russell Hessey

Special Effects

Melinda Howard

Costumes

Paul Huntley

Wig Supplier

Donna Isaacson

Casting

Pavana Kaine

Extras Agent/Coordinator

Debra S Kent

Dga Trainee

Ernest Kinoy

Screenplay

Coree Lear

Makeup

Gerald Lewandowski

Assistant Camera Operator

Shirley Libby

Boom Operator

George L. Little

Costume Designer

Nita Long-mawyer

Other

Cindy Lovelady

Production Auditor

Steve Mattson

Assistant Camera Operator

Cathy Mckenney

On-Set Dresser

Jimmy Medearis

Stunt Coordinator

Edwin Myers

Camera Operator

Dean Okrand

Rerecording

James Oliver

Editor

Tara Perry

Production Coordinator

Paul Peters

Art Director

Sheldon Pinchuk

Executive Producer

Michael Reed

Office Assistant

Fred Robbins

Transportation Coordinator

Rick Rosenberg

Producer

Billy Sherrill

Key Grip

Robert Shuford Jr.

Dolly Grip

Bruce Shurley

Unit Production Manager

Lynn Smartt

Set Decorator

Claire Spencer

Assistant

Lori-etta Taub

Production Associate

Kelvin R. Trahan

Hair Stylist

Jane Urbanczyk

Office Assistant

Gore Vidal

Source Material (From Novel)

R J Visciglia

Property Master

William Wages

Director Of Photography

Eric Wall

Assistant Director

Phyllis Watkins

Assistant

Gary Weddington

Production Auditor

Jane Word

Location Manager

Paul Zydel

Adr Mixer

Film Details

Also Known As
Lincoln
Release Date
1988
Location
Richmond, Virginia, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
2h

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Aired in United States March 27, 1988

Aired in United States March 28, 1988

Released in United States on Video March 2, 1994

2

Ed Flanders was originally announced in the role of Secretary of State William Seward.