For IKE

Part One: Soldier

Written and Produced by
Adriana Bosch

Co-Produced and Edited by
Daniel McCabe

Part Two: Statesman

Written and Produced by
Austin Hoyt

Edited by
Sarah Holt

Executive Producer
Austin Hoyt

Series Editor
Adriana Bosch

Original Music Composed by
Michael Bacon

Principal Advisor
Michael R. Beschloss

Associate Producer
Chiara Andres

Camera
Mark Gunning

Field Audio
David Vos

Director of Film Research
Alison Smith

Production Assistant
Aileen Silverstone

Production Manager
Anita M. Scarry

Post Production Supervisor/Sound Editor/"Soldier"
Julia Dixon Eddy

Civil Rights Segment Written and Produced by
Adriana Bosch

Co-Producer and Editor
Daniel McCabe

Title Design
Alison Kennedy

Film Research
Gail MacFarqihar
Lewanne Jones
James Barker

Photo Research
Aileen Silverstone
Alison Smith

Additional Research
Elly Beintema
Alexandra Pollyea
Helen Weiss

Additional Camera
Chris Lee

Additional Audio
Nancy Cohen
David Lindsay
Bob Sullivan

Film Archives
John E. Allen, Inc.
CBS News Archives
Defense Nuclear Agency
Department of Defense
Dwight D. Eisenhower Library
Democratic People's Republic of Korea
Delta Airlines
Educational and Television Films, Ltd.
Great American Stock
Sherman Grinberg Film Libraries, Inc.
Guggenheim Productions
Hanoi Documentary Studios
Hearst Metrotone News
Imperial War Museum
Indian Ministry of Information and Broadcasting
John F. Kennedy Library
Lockheed Advanced Development Co.
National Archives
North Atlantic Treaty Organization
NBC News Video Archives
Petrified Films, Inc.
Douglas Price
Russian State Archive for Film and Photographs, Krasnogorsk
Transit Films GMBH
Twentieth Century Fox Movietonews, Inc.
UCLA Film, Television and Radio Archives
WPA Film Library

Photo Archives:
AP/Wide World Photos
The Bettmann Archive
Black Star
Central Intelligence Agency
Dickenson County Historical Society, Abilene, Kansas
Dwight D. Eisenhower Library
George Tames, The New York Times
Globe Photos
Hulton Deutsch Collection Limited
Imperial War Museum
Kansas State Historical Society
Life Magazine/Time Warner, Inc.
George C. Marshall Research Library
U.S. Military Academy Archives
National Archives
National Park Service
Ira Rosenberg
UPI/Bettmann

Additional Photo Sources:
John Eisenhower
John Henderson, Esq.
Mickey, Pearlie & Mary Ann McKeogh
Albert Meserlin

On-Line Editors
Mary E. Fenton
Mark Steele
Jim Deerling
Doug Martin
Stephen Barasci
Steve Audette

Sound Mix and Narration Recording
Richard Block

Additional Narration Recording
John Jenkings

Animation Photography by
National Video Industrie

Aerial Image

Photo Restoration
Paul Wilson

Research Assistants
Nancy Baker
Maureen Kelleher

Score Preparation
Paula Kimpler

Special Thanks
Kathy Struss
Dwight D. Eisenhower Library
Dr. Bruce Menning, U.S. Army Staff College
The Edwardian Hotels

Additional Funding by
Kansas Humanities Council

For AMERICAN EXPERIENCE

Post Production
Vanessa Ezersky
Glenn Fukushima

Series Designer
Alison Kennedy

On-Line Editors
Spencer Gentry

Sound Mix
John Jenkins

Series Theme
Joel Goodman

Web 
Molly Jacobs
Tory Starr

Production Manager
Nancy Sherman

Legal
Jay Fialkov
Janice Flood
Scott Kardel

Project Administration
Susana Fernandes
Pamela Gaudiano
Lauren Noyes

Marketing and Publicity
Mary Lugo
Cara White

Project Manager
Lauren Prestileo

Series Manager
James E. Dunford

Coordinating Producer
Susan Mottau

Series Producer
Susan Bellows

Senior Producer
Sharon Grimberg

Executive Producer
Mark Samels

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Additional funding was provided by the Kansas Humanities Council.

 

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