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Abraham Lincoln

Cast: Walter Huston, Una Merkel, Edgar Dearing, Russell Simson, Henry B. Walthall
Genre: Drama
Year: 1930
Length: 91 Min
Color/B&W: B&W
Origin: USA

Directors: D.W. Griffith
Synopsis: D. W. Griffith’s epic first talking picture is the only film to date that has followed Abraham Lincoln’s complete life, from the time he was a baby, to his assassination. Walter Huston plays the towering presence of Lincoln throughout his adult life. The most famous moments of this life are dramatically brought to life in D. W. Griffith’s signature style. Scenes include Abe’s education at his log cabin, his early days as a lawyer and brief romance with Ann Rutledge (Merkel), his later courtship and marriage of Mary Todd (Hammond), his presidential debates with douglas, his time as President and his heartbreak in declaring war with the south, his pardon of a condemned soldier, and ends with his assassination. No one was better at dramatic spectacle at the time than D. W. Griffith, and the prolific director does not disappoint in his next to last epic film.

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Cast: Walter Huston, Una Merkel, Edgar Dearing, Russell Simson, Henry B. Walthall Genre: Drama Year: 1930 Length: 91 Min
Color/B&W: B&W Origin: USA Directors: D.W. Griffith
Synopsis: D. W. Griffith's epic first talking picture is the only film to date that has followed Abraham Lincoln's complete life, from the time he was a baby, to his assassination. Walter Huston plays the towering presence of Lincoln throughout his adult life. The most famous moments of this life are dramatically brought to life in D. W. Griffith's signature style. Scenes include Abe's education at his log cabin, his early days as a lawyer and brief romance with Ann Rutledge (Merkel), his later courtship and marriage of Mary Todd (Hammond), his presidential debates with douglas, his time as President and his heartbreak in declaring war with the south, his pardon of a condemned soldier, and ends with his assassination. No one was better at dramatic spectacle at the time than D. W. Griffith, and the prolific director does not disappoint in his next to last epic film.

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