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The Lindbergh Kidnapping Case

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(NBC, 2/26/1976, 180 mins). A three-hour dramatization of the 1932 kidnapping of the Lindbergh infant, the search for the abductor, and his capture, trial and execution three years later. Anthony Hopkins won an Emmy for his acting in this movie which itself was nominated as Outstanding Special, as were J P Miller (original teleplay), Rita Roland (editor) and Bob Christenson and Denita Cavett (costume design).

Production Companies David Gerber Productions, Columbia Pictures Television. Director Buzz Kulik. Executive Producer David Gerber. Producer Buzz Kulik. Teleplay J P Miller. Photography Charles F. Wheeler. Music Billy Goldenberg. Editor Rita Roland. Art Directors Carl Anderson, Ross Bellah.

Cast Cliff DeYoung (Charles Lindbergh), Anthony Hopkins (Bruno Richard Hauptmann), Joseph Cotten (Dr. Joseph Francis Condon), Denise Alexander (Violet Sharpe), Sian-Barbara Allen (Anne Morrow Lindbergh), Martin Balsam (Edward J. Reilly), Peter Donat (Col. H. Norman Schwarzkopf), John Fink (Mr. Anderson), Dean Jagger (Koehler), Laurence Luckinbill (Gov. Hal Hoffman), Frank Marth (Chief Harry Wolfe), Tony Roberts (Lt. Jim Finn), Robert Sampson (John Curtis), David Spielberg (David Wilentz), Joseph Stern (Dr. Schonfeld), Kate Woodville (Betty Gow), Keenan Wynn (Fred Huisache), Walter Pidgeon (Judge Trenchard), Bill Quinn (Andrew Phelps), Phillip R. Allen (Detective Bell), Arthur Batanides (Dawson), Larry Block (Barney Fayne), Ray Briehm (Harold Hill), Helen Page Camp (Elsie Whately), Paul Cavonis (Williamson), Larry Delaney (Fortas), John Durren (Harry Walsh), Ellen Geer (Myra Condon), Larry Gelman (Man with cigar), Christa Lang (Anna Hauptmann), Keith McConnell (The Butler), Michael O’Keefe (Terry Long), Terence Scammell (Pound), Arthur Space (Osborne), Gil Stuart (Whately), Nicky Blair (Maitre d’), Peter Brocco (Hochmuth), Gary Cashdollar (Reporter), Wayne C. Dvorak (Martin Bloch), Del Hinkley, Ed Griffith, Maurice Hill, Tony Lorea, George Sperdakis, Kay Stewart, Mark Roberts, Leslie Vallen, Roy West.

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