Written and Directed by
Based in Part on the Book
The Last Innocent Year: America in 1964 by Jon Margolis
Original Music by
Post-Production Supervisor/First Assistant Editor
Director of Photography
Second Assistant Editors
Additional Research by
Additional Dialogue Editing
Du-Art Film and Video
Post Production Project Manager
Archival Materials Courtesy of
1978 Matt Herron/Take Stock
Air National Guard
The Bancroft Library
Cronkite (Walter) Papers, The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History
Bruce Davidson/Magnum Photos
Budget Films Stock Footage
Carson Entertainment Group
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
Danny Lyon/Magnum Photos
F.I.L.M. Archives, Inc.
George Tames/The New York Times/Redux
G. William Jones Film and Video Collection at SMU
Historic Films Archive, LLC
Hodding Carter III
LBJ Presidential Library
Library of Congress
NBC Universal Archives
The Oakland Tribune Collection, the Oakland Museum of California
Oddball Film + Video
Producers Library Service Inc.
Ronald L. Enfield
Ronald Reagan Presidential Library
Senator Barry M. Goldwater Papers, Arizona State University Libraries
Southwest Film Archives
Streamline Films, Inc.
Ted Polumbaum/Newseum collection
Thomas Hoepker/Magnum Photos
Tom Kuykendall /Free Speech Movement Archives
UCLA Film & Television Archive
McCain Library and Archives, The University of Southern Mississippi
William Klein / ARTE France
Wisconsin Historical Society
Post Production Supervisor
Special Projects Assistant
Contracts & Rights Manager
Marketing Account Manager
Michael H. Amundson
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The trial of Charles Julius Guiteau, who assassinated President James A. Garfield, turned into a public battle over the meaning of insanity.
The evocative stories of teenage hoboes crisscrossing America on trains during the Great Depression.
From Reconstruction to the 1960s, this film offers a portrait of New Orleans that reflects the best and the worst in America.
Politics, culture, race relations, and technology in a year of change.
Television game shows became an instant national phenomenon in 1955, but four years later contestant Charles van Doren admitted they were a scam.
Head of the most powerful family in America, billionaire John D. Rockefeller's vast philanthropy changed his family's reputation.
Richard Nixon faced impeachment but also ended the Vietnam War. Part of the award-winning Presidents collection.
For 21 years, Chicago mayor Richard J. Daley ruled the city, building the Sears Tower and O'Hare Airport.