For Seabiscuit

Directed by
Stephen Ives

Written by
Michelle Ferrari

Edited by
Toby Shimin

Produced by 

Stephen Ives Eve Morgenstern

Music by
Joel Goodman

Narrated by
Scott Glenn

Associate Producer
Anne Tate

Cinematography
Buddy Squires
Allan Palmer
Peter Nelson
Allen Moore

Production Controller
Andrew Hall

Production Associate
Ben Ostrower

Sound Recording
Mike Reilly
Bob Silverthorne
John Zecca

Assistant Camera
Ulli Bonnekamp

Assistant Editors
Kristin Nutile
Ryan Widmer

Sound Editor
Kevin Lee

Re-Recording Engineer
Lee Dichter

Animation Photography
Edgeworx

Online Editor
Jake Diamond
George Bunce

Color Correction
John J. Dowdell III

Music Recording
Back Pocket Studios

Photo-Graphics
Ben Ostrower

Production Assistants
Lynn Badia
Nick Corraro
Niharika Desai
James Foster
Nico Herbst
Sarah Jenness
Dan Kellum
Reagan Walner

Senior Creative Consultant
Laura Hillenbrand, Author, Seabiscuit: An American Legend

Archival Footage
John E. Allen
Archive Films
Jane Babcock, George Akins, and The Mendocino County Museum
Grinberg Film Libraries, Inc.
Hot Shots/Sekani
Barbara Howard
ITN Source
MacDonald and Associates
Streamline Films
Universal Newsreel
UCLA Film & Television Archive
WPA
“Black Stallion” Courtesy of MGM Clip and Still Licensing

Photographs
AP Wide World Photos
Archive Photos
John Bosko
Corbis Bettmann
Del Mar Turf Club
Norah Christianson
Harry Ransom Research Center
Hearst Publications
Laura Hillenbrand
Col. Michael Howard Family Collection
Keeneland Library
Library of Congress
Gary Medeiros
National Archives
San Diego Historical Society
Santa Anita Park
University of Southern California, Special Collections

Legal Services
James Kendrick
Brown, Raysman, Millstein, Felder and Steiner

Production Accounting
Ed Weisel
Silver, Laski and Weisel

Music
“I Ain’t Got Nobody”
Written by Spencer Williams, Roger Graham
Performed by Bing Crosby
Courtesy of Jasmine Records

“I’ve Got A Pocket Full Of Dreams”
Written by John Burke, James Monaco
Performed by Bing Crosby
Courtesy of Warner Chappell, Jasmine Records

“Puttin’ on The Ritz”
Written by Irving Berlin
Performed by Fred Astaire
Courtesy of Williamson Music, Bright Ventures Inc.

“Flannery’s Georgia”
Written by Pierce Pettis
Performed by Edward Wright
Courtesy of Let's-Have-Lunch Music Publishing, Edward Wright

Other Music Provided by
APM Music Library
The Jockey's Guild
NBC Radio Programs Courtesy of NBC Studios

Insignia Films Directors
Daniel C. Esty
David O. Ives
John T. Sughrue
Robert A. Wilson

Special Thanks
Laura Hillenbrand
Norah Christianson
Col. Michael C. Howard
Barbara Howard
Kate Cravens
National Museum of Racing And Hall of Fame

Thanks
Lisa Ades
Vince Bruun
Matt Chew
Mary Jo Pons, Country Life Farm
Alton Christianson, Edgeworx
Mariusz Glabinski
Global Antiques
Marlena Grzaslewicz
Jude Hagin
Dick Hamilton
Peter Hammell
Bill Jaker
Lesli Klainberg
Richard King
Tracey Livingston
Robert Manfuso, Chanceland Farm
Mac Mcbride
Mike Patrick
Lee Ann Platner
Amanda Pollak
Mark Polyocan
Joe Reino
Jay Rubin
Ira Speigel
Chuck Sterniolo and the Derby Restaurant
Noble Threewitt
Santa Anita Racetrack
Felicitas S. Thorne, Jim Alexander, Thornedale Farm
Stuart Zanville

For AMERICAN EXPERIENCE

Post Production
Vanessa Ezersky
Glenn Fukushima
Greg Shea

Series Designer
Alison Kennedy

On-Line Editors
Spencer Gentry
Mark Steele

Sound Mix
John Jenkins

Production Manager
Nancy Sherman

Associate Producer, Web
Molly Jacobs

Legal
Jay Fialkov
Janice Flood
Maureen Jordan
Scott Kardel

Project Administration
Kelsey Dorwart
Susana Fernandes
Pamela Gaudiano

Marketing and Communications
Sean Cleary
Jen Holmes
Patrick Ramirez

Project Manager
Lauren Prestileo

Series Manager
James E. Dunford

Coordinating Producer
Susan Mottau

Senior Editor
Paul Taylor

Series Producer
Susan Bellows

Senior Producer
Sharon Grimberg

Executive Producer
Mark Samels

An Insignia Films, Inc. Production for AMERICAN EXPERIENCE

AMERICAN EXPERIENCE is a production of WGBH Boston, which is solely responsible for its content.

 

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