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Abraham Lincoln (1930) was a Biographical - Drama Film directed by D.W. Griffith and produced by D.W. Griffith and Joseph M. Schenck.

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Uma personalidade, v?rios int?rpretes: Abraham Lincoln

By L? on Feb 20, 2013 From Critica Retro

Uma personalidade, v?rios int?rpretes: Abraham Lincoln O d?cimo sexto presidente dos Estados Unidos teve de enfrentar tempos tempestuosos durante a Guerra Civil Americana e tamb?m gra?as aos debates sobre a aboli??o da escravatura. Hoje ele ? um dos mais populares ex-presidentes e com certeza ... Read full article


Uma personalidade, v?rios int?rpretes: Abraham Lincoln

By L? on Feb 20, 2013 From Critica Retro

Uma personalidade, v?rios int?rpretes: Abraham Lincoln O d?cimo sexto presidente dos Estados Unidos teve de enfrentar tempos tempestuosos durante a Guerra Civil Americana e tamb?m gra?as aos debates sobre a aboli??o da escravatura. Hoje ele ? um dos mais populares ex-presidentes e com certez... Read full article


Uma personalidade, v?rios int?rpretes: Abraham Lincoln

By L? on Nov 30, -0001 From Critica Retro

Uma personalidade, v?rios int?rpretes: Abraham Lincoln O d?cimo sexto presidente dos Estados Unidos teve de enfrentar tempos tempestuosos durante a Guerra Civil Americana e tamb?m gra?as aos debates sobre a aboli??o da escravatura. Hoje ele ? um dos mais populares ex-presidentes e com certeza ... Read full article


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Offut: There he is! Ugliest, laziest, smartest man in New Salem. Ain't ya, Abe?
Abraham Lincoln: Well, I don't mind my face; I'm behind it. It's the people in front that get jarred.


Abraham Lincoln: You know, Ann, I... I've always done a lot of dreaming. And lately it seems when I dream, your face gets mixed up in it.
Ann Rutledge: Does it really, Abe? Tell me about them, Lincoln.
Abraham Lincoln: Well, I... I feel as though I'm going to be seeing your face 'til the day I die. Course, I know that that'll be pretty hard on you to have to look at my face that long.
Ann Rutledge: Everybody to their own opinion.
Abraham Lincoln: Hmm?
Ann Rutledge: Well, I... I think it's the dearest, kindest, most beautiful face in the whole world.
Abraham Lincoln: Oh, Ann, Ann. Course, I know that's just flattery, but I love it.


Abraham Lincoln: You taught me how to love.
Ann Rutledge: Have I taught you to like it?
[both laugh]


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Facts about

Reviews and other references credit Fred Warren for the role of General Grant and E. Alyn Warren for Stephen A. Douglas, but the print shown on Turner Classic Movies credits E. Alyn Warren for both roles. That print, however, is not original. It is an Art Cinema Associates Inc. re-release, with the title page changed accordingly. Fact of the matter is, E. Alyn Warren, who often worked under the name of Fred Warren, and plays both roles, Stephen A. Douglas, credited as E. Alyn Warren, and Ulysses S. Grant, credited as Fred Warren.
D.W. Griffith had previously filmed Lincoln's assassination at Ford's Theater in The Birth of a Nation.
One of the films included in "The Fifty Worst Films of All Time (and how they got that way)" by Harry Medved and Randy Lowell.
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