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The Making of 'Gettysburg' (1993)

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Martin Sheen ... Narrator / Himself / Gen. Robert E. Lee - Confederate
Ron Maxwell ... Himself - Director / Screenwriter (as Ronald F. Maxwell)
Moctesuma Esparza ... Himself - Executive Producer
Robert Katz Robert Katz ... Himself - Executive Producer
Jeff Daniels ... Himself / Col. Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain
Stephen Lang ... Himself - 'Maj. Gen. George Pickett, Confederate'
Sam Elliott ... Himself / Brig. Gen. John Buford, Federa
Ken Burns ... Himself - Filmmaker
Shelby Foote ... Himself - Historian / Novelist
Tom Berenger ... Himself / Lieut. Gen. James Longstreet
Matt Vogel Matt Vogel ... Himself - Special Effects Coordinator
Cary White Cary White ... Himself - Production Designer
Michael Kraus Michael Kraus ... Himself - Reenactor Corps Commander
Michael T. Boyd Michael T. Boyd ... Himself - Costume Designer (as Mike Boyd)
Kelly Farrah ... Himself - Property Master
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Excellent intro to movie and battle
30 June 2003 | by vgs1895See all my reviews

For those who 'enjoy' Gettysburg (the movie and the battle), this should be an interesting addition to your film library. Actually, if you can rent it, just do that. It's a good introduction to Gettysburg for those who aren't familiar with the battle, but I think it helps to know something about the Civil War in order to appreciate the battle/movie.

We have seen the movie twice, and this video doesn't offer much as to the actual 'making' of the movie, but it is still shows unique perspectives of the movie (as seen from historians, Ken Burns, re-enactors, etc.).

Those who aren't deeply moved by Gettysburg might not find this worth watching. If that's the case, you probably wouldn't even be reading this review anyway. :-)


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