Abraham Lincoln, History presents ; a RadicalMedia production ; written by Frederick Rendina ; directed by Malcolm Venville
The work Abraham Lincoln, History presents ; a RadicalMedia production ; written by Frederick Rendina ; directed by Malcolm Venville represents a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Berlin Public Library.

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  • Abraham Lincoln, History presents ; a RadicalMedia production ; written by Frederick Rendina ; directed by Malcolm Venville
Main title
  • Abraham Lincoln
Responsibility statement
  • History presents ; a RadicalMedia production ; written by Frederick Rendina ; directed by Malcolm Venville
Language
  • eng
Summary
  • A three-part documentary event. Abraham Lincoln is a definitive biography of the 16th president, the man who led the country during its greatest crisis. Featuring over seven hours of compelling live-action scripted scenes, interviews with esteemed historians and public figures including President Barack Obama as well as archival materials, and segments acknowledging the invaluable influence of abolitionists-such as Frederick Douglass in seizing the moment for fundamental change, ABRAHAM LINCOLN chronicle the making of one of the country's most towering figures, whose life and presidency reverberate still like the full promise of America is yet to be fully realized
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  • videorecording
Intended audience
  • MPAA rating: Not rated. Canadian rating: 14+
Medium
  • DVD
OCLC Number
  • 1304902821
Runtime
  • 321
Target audience
  • general
Technique
  • live action
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Television director
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