Lincoln: Now He Belongs to the Ages, 1865 (1992)

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This video is the fourth installment of the Lincoln series, originally aired on PBS. This volume focuses on the last days and hours of Abraham Lincoln's life. Viewers watch as Lincoln's enemies plot their final revenge on the man they believed had dishonored their heritage. The video also reveals how Lincoln's own dreams foreshadowed his murder and how the series of public funerals, following his death, helped fuel his legendary status that has only grown with time.
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NR
Genre:
Documentary , Special Interest
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Cast

James Earl Jones
as Narrator
Glenn Close
as Mary Todd Lincoln
Richard Widmark
as Ward Hill Lamon
Burgess Meredith
as Winfield Scott
Laurence Luckinbill
as Joshua Speed
Frank Langella
as John Wilkes Booth
E.G. Marshall
as Gideon Welles
Eli Wallach
as William Crook
John Shea
as John Barnes
Rod Steiger
as U.S. Grant
Maureen Stapleton
as Sarah Bush Lincoln
Oprah Winfrey
as Elizabeth Keckley
Jill Clayburgh
as Emilie Todd Helm
Stockard Channing
as Clara Harris
Dabney Coleman
as Stephen A. Douglas
Ned Beatty
as Dennis Hanks
Robby Benson
as William Stoddard
Philip Bosco
as Frederick Seward
Stacy Keach
as George McClellan
Barnard Hughes
as Horace Greeley
Fred Gwynne
as Edwin Stanton
Jim Dale
as Baltimore Correspondent
Blythe Danner
as Elizabeth Todd Edwards
Ossie Davis
as Frederick Douglas
Richard Dreyfuss
as William T. Sherman
Robert Vaughn
as Isaac Arnold
Jason Robards
as Abraham Lincoln
Arnold Schwarzenegger
as John G. Nicolay
Richard Thomas
as John Hay
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