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National Treasure: Book of Secrets (released on home video as National Treasure 2: Book of Secrets) is a 2007 American action-adventure film directed by Jon Turteltaub and produced by Jerry Bruckheimer. It is a sequel to the 2004 film National Treasure and is the second film of the National Treasure franchise. The film stars Nicolas Cage, Diane Kruger, Justin Bartha, Jon Voight, Harvey Keitel, Ed Harris, Bruce Greenwood, and Helen Mirren.

The film premiered in New York City on December 13, 2007, and was released in North America by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures on December 21, 2007. Due to similarities with its predecessor, the film received mixed reviews, but was a box office success, grossing over $459 million worldwide.


Five days after the end of the Civil War, John Wilkes Booth and Michael O Laughlen, both members of the KGC, approach Thomas Gates to decode a message copied into Booth s diary. Thomas recognizes the message as a Playfair cipher, and translates it while Booth departs for Ford s Theatre to assassinate President Abraham Lincoln. Thomas solves the puzzle, realizes Booth and O Laughlen are trying to help the Confederacy, and rips the cipher s pages from the diary to burn them. O Laughlen shoots Thomas and flees with the one surviving page fragment, and a dying Thomas tells his son Charles the keyword for the cipher.

More than 140 years later, famed treasure-hunter Ben Gates tells Thomas story at a Civilian Heroes conference. Black market dealer Mitch Wilkinson produces the page fragment, with Thomas Gates name next to those of Mary Surratt and Dr. Samuel Mudd. The public believes Thomas helped kill Lincoln, and Ben and his father Patrick set out to disprove it.

Using spectral imaging, Ben discovers traces of the cipher on the diary page; when solved using the keyword, it points to the smaller Statue of Liberty in Paris. Traveling there, Ben and his friend Riley Poole discover an engraving referencing the Resolute desks. They head to London, reluctantly recruiting Ben s estranged girlfriend, Dr. Abigail Chase, along the way. Ben and Abigail sneak a peek at the Buckingham Palace desk, and obtain a Pre-Columbian carved plank from a secret drawer. Mitch, who had secretly cloned Patrick s cell phone in order to track Ben s whereabouts, pursues the trio, and eventually obtains the wooden plank after Ben manages to photograph it.

Back in America, Patrick reluctantly asks his ex-wife, archaeo-lexicologist Dr. Emily Appleton, for help. She claims the carvings reference the center of the earth , but points out that some of the glyphs are partial. Ben and Abigail convince Abigail s new boyfriend Connor, a White House Curator, to let them see the Resolute Desk in the Oval Office. Ben discovers that the second plank has been replaced by a stamp of an altered Presidential seal, which Riley identifies as the symbol for a secret shared diary, written by Presidents and containing controversial topics such as Watergate, Area 51, and the JFK assassination.

Ben crashes the President s birthday party at Mount Vernon to convince the President to explore a secret tunnel with him. There, Ben activates a secret sliding door, separates the President from his guards, and asks him about the book, while safely leading the President to freedom at the other end of the tunnel. The President sympathetically warns Ben that his actions, while innocently meant, will be interpreted as attempted kidnapping. He then reveals the book is hidden in a safe in the Library of Congress. Pursued by the FBI, Ben, Abigail, and Riley manage a brief look at the book. They find a photograph of the missing plank, and an entry by Calvin Coolidge. He found the plank in 1924, translated it, had it destroyed, and commissioned Gutzon Borglum to carve Mount Rushmore, to hide evidence of a hidden treasure nearby.

After consulting Emily about the glyphs, Ben, Riley, Abigail, and Patrick head to Mount Rushmore. They meet Mitch and Emily there, as Mitch kidnapped her after Ben left. Mitch already has acquired, memorized, and destroyed the final clue, so he can claim the treasure. He helps the group find the entrance of a cave full of booby traps. After briefly getting separated, the group finds a pit containing Cíbola, a Native American city of gold. An ancient dam fails, and it becomes clear one of the group must sacrifice themselves in the quickly flooding cave to hold open the door for the others. Mitch does so, but begs Ben to give him posthumous credit for finding the treasure so he can be in the history books, too.

Ben and the rest return to the surface, where the President prevents Ben from being arrested by claiming Ben saved him from the tunnel s accidental closing. Ben ensures that Mitch receives joint credit for the discovery, rekindles his relationship with Abigail, and clears Thomas Gates name by proving Booth consulted him about the treasure, not the assassination.


  • Nicolas Cage as Benjamin Franklin Ben Gates, treasure hunter, historian and cryptologist
  • Justin Bartha as Riley Poole, computer expert and author, Ben s best friend
  • Diane Kruger as Dr. Abigail Chase, Director of Document Conservation at the National Archives, Ben s ex-girlfriend
  • Jon Voight as Patrick Henry Gates, Ben s father who is divorced from his wife Emily
  • Helen Mirren as Dr. Emily Appleton-Gates, professor of Native American Studies, Ben s mother who is divorced from her husband, Patrick
  • Ed Harris as Mitchell Mitch Wilkinson, a black market dealer
  • Harvey Keitel as FBI Special Agent Peter Sadusky
  • Armando Riesco as FBI Special Agent Hendricks
  • Alicia Coppola as FBI Special Agent Spellman
  • Albert Hall as Dr. Nichols
  • Bruce Greenwood as President of the United States
  • Ty Burrell as Connor, White House curator, Abigail s new boyfriend.

Randy Travis makes a cameo appearance, playing himself. Small supporting parts are played by Joel Gretsch and Billy Unger as Gates s ancestors Thomas Gates and Charles Carroll Gates; Christian Camargo as John Wilkes Booth; Brent Briscoe as Michael O Laughlen; and Zachary Gordon as a boy who gets into a heated argument with Gates over a Lincoln conspiracy. In France, Guillaume Gallienne and Scali Delpeyrat appear (uncredited) as the French policemen.


It was stated in the first film s commentary that there were no plans for a sequel, but due to the first film s impressive box-office performance (earning $347.5 million worldwide), a sequel was given the go-ahead in 2005.

Many scenes of historic locations were filmed on location, including the scenes at Mount Vernon and Mount Rushmore. Filming at Mount Rushmore took longer than initially scheduled, due to inclement weather and the decision to change the setting of additional scenes to the area around Mount Rushmore to take advantage of the Black Hills backdrop. The scene at the beginning of the film in which Riley is signing copies of his book of the Templar Treasure until his Ferrari is confiscated by the IRS took place at the street level Borders Group bookstore of Garfinckel s Department Store.


The soundtrack to National Treasure: Book of Secrets was released on December 18, 2007.

No. Title Artist Length
1. Page 47 Trevor Rabin 2:39
2. Cibola Trevor Rabin 5:16
3. Spirit of Paris Trevor Rabin 2:20
4. City of Gold Trevor Rabin 2:13
5. So! Trevor Rabin 1:46
6. Bunnies Trevor Rabin 2:03
7. Gabby Shuffle Trevor Rabin 1:52
8. Franklin s Tunnel Trevor Rabin 4:28
Total length: 22:37


Box office

National Treasure: Book of Secrets grossed $44.8 million in its opening week, placing at #1 at the box office. It remained in first at the box office for two more weeks, grossing $35.7 million and $20.1 million, respectively, until it was dethroned by The Bucket List ($19.4 million).

The film grossed $220 million in North America and $237.4 million in other territories for a total gross of $457.4 million, against a budget of $130 million, making it the ninth-highest-grossing film of 2007, and the highest-grossing film in the series. It took 38 days to outgross the first film ($347.5 million).

Critical response

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On Rotten Tomatoes the film holds an approval rating of 36% based on 130 reviews, with an average rating of 4.80/10. The site s critical consensus reads, A talented cast goes to waste in the improbable National Treasure: Book of Secrets, which is eerily similar to the first film. On Metacritic, the film has a weighted average score of 48 out of 100, based on 26 critics, indicating mixed or average reviews . Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of A− on an A+ to F scale.

Roger Ebert gave the film 2 out of 4 stars.

British film critic Peter Bradshaw of The Guardian disputed the implication of British support for the Confederate side in the American Civil War.


The film earned two Razzie Award nominations including Worst Actor for Nicolas Cage (also for Ghost Rider and Next) and Worst Supporting Actor for Jon Voight (also for Bratz: The Movie, September Dawn, and Transformers), but lost both categories to Eddie Murphy for Norbit.

The film was nominated for Best Movie at the 2008 MTV Movie Awards, but lost to Transformers.

Home media

National Treasure: Book of Secrets was released on DVD, UMD, and Blu-ray Disc on May 20, 2008 (June 2, 2008 in the UK). In the opening weekend, 3,178,631 DVD units were sold, bringing in $50,826,310 in revenue. As of August 2009, 5,873,640 DVD units have been sold, generating revenue of $93,132,076. This does not include Blu-ray Disc sales or DVD rentals.

The film has been retitled National Treasure 2: Book of Secrets for all three releases. The film s official website has also been changed accordingly.

A special edition, called the National Treasure Presidential Edition , contains National Treasure and National Treasure 2: Book of Secrets inside a letter book which is a replica of the Presidents secret book from National Treasure 2: Book of Secrets.


Disney Press published an official novelization of the screenplay titled National Treasure 2: Book of Secrets The Junior Novel on November 6, 2007. Parts of the story in the novel version differ slightly from what was actually filmed, owing to changes being made in the screenplay prior to and during production. For example, in the novel, Ben and Abigail photograph the wooden plank found hidden in the Queen s desk and leave it behind, with the car chase following. However, in the movie, they take the plank with them on the chase.

Also published on the same day as the official novelization was a companion youth novel Changing Tides: A Gates Family Mystery by Catherine Hapka. Its story is set in England in the year 1612 and is the first in a series of planned historical novels about the Gates family. The epilogue from Changing Tides is included at the back of the National Treasure book. The second youth novel by Hapka, Midnight Ride: A Gates Family Mystery, was published on March 8, 2008.


The group mentioned in the film as being behind the assassination of Abraham Lincoln and pursuing the city of gold, The Knights of the Golden Circle, had actually disbanded in 1863. It was based in Cincinnati, Ohio, where its founder George W. L. Bickley resided. Though a native of Virginia, Bickley had actually been known for being an adventurer and also bad with finances. His main focus was also not on preserving the Confederate States of America (CSA), but restoring slavery in southern neighboring countries which he wanted to make part of a proposed nation dubbed Golden Circle. While some members of the group would join the Confederate Army, Bickley was more focused on colonizing parts of northern Mexico as slave states. He would not join the Confederate Army until after his expeditions in Mexico faltered in 1863. Soon afterwards, the organization was exposed and many members were arrested while attempting to steal numerous gold shipments from San Francisco Bay.

Following the outbreak of the American Civil War numerous Golden Circle members were not focused on fighting Union states north of the Mason-Dixon Line like the film suggests, but were pre-occupied with making the Union territory of New Mexico a part of the proposed Golden Circle nation as well. Those who operated in the North mostly aligned with Copperhead politicians who preferred a negotiated end to the war. Bickley, who served the Confederate Army for months as a surgeon to General Braxton Bragg, would be captured in Indiana in July 1863 on charges of being a Confederate spy and remained in house arrest until October 1865. The month before his arrest, Bickley abandoned the Confederate Army after preferring to settle in Tennessee. Former members would also name its successor organization the Order of the Sons of Liberty in 1864, the year before Lincoln s assassination. This successor organization was exposed the same year it was founded and members were arrested and tried for treason.

The film s suggestion that Britain wanted a strong alliance with the Confederate States of America was also highly unlikely. Efforts which were made by Confederate Secretary of State Judah P. Benjamin to persuade Britain to simply recognize the Confederate States of America proved unsuccessful.

The wooden plank map hidden within both Resolute Desks that leads to the location of Cíbola would have been of no use to the Confederacy, as the desks were constructed and delivered between the years 1879 and 1880; some 15 years after the American Civil War concluded and the disbandment of the Confederate states. Similarly, the clues left by Édouard Laboulaye would have been equally of no use, as the earliest models of the Statue of Liberty and all subsequent replicas, were all constructed no earlier than 1875; 10 years after the end of the Civil War.


In May 2008 Jon Turteltaub confirmed that there would be additional National Treasure movies, but acknowledge that the creative team would take their time on the second sequel. That same year, The Walt Disney Company registered the IP for the domain names for future films.

In October 2013, Turteltaub stated that all individuals involved with the first two movies want to make a third film. He further stated that the delays have been due to working out the script, and that he expected the film to begin production in 2015. By 2014, producer Jerry Bruckheimer announced that a new team of writers were working on the script. In May 2016, Nicolas Cage confirmed that the script was still being sorted out. By September 2017, it was revealed that a script had been finished, but that the executives at Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures were not satisfied with the story. In July 2018, Turtletaub stated that the script was close , but the studios still weren t going to green-light production yet.

In January 2020, after years of development hell, it was announced that a third film was officially moving forward with a script from Chris Bremner. Jerry Bruckheimer will return as producer and the original cast is expected to return as well.

In April 2022, Nicolas Cage was hosting an AMA (Ask Me Anything) thread on Reddit where he commented on the possibility of future installments: No, the priority was to turn it into a TV show so I would say probably not.

At the D23 Expo of September 2022 it was announced a sequel TV series will be released on the Disney+ streaming service. The title of the series was also confirmed respectively – National Treasure: Edge of History. Lisette Alexis was confirmed to play the lead role of Jess, a 20-year old D.R.E.A.M’er who sets out on an adventure to uncover her families history. Cage confirmed he would not be reprising his role for the series. Jerry Bruckheimer was confirmed to serve as executive producer for the series. The series will have a two-episode premiere on December 14, 2022.

Year 2007
ReleaseDate 2007-12-21
RuntimeMins 124
RuntimeStr 2h 4min
Plot Benjamin Gates must follow a clue left in John Wilkes Booth’s diary to prove his ancestor’s innocence in the assassination of Abraham Lincoln.
Awards Awards, 1 win & 5 nominations
Directors Jon Turteltaub
Writers Marianne Wibberley, Cormac Wibberley, Gregory Poirier
Stars Nicolas Cage, Diane Kruger, Justin Bartha
Produced by Oren Aviv,John Bernard,Jerry Bruckheimer,Chad Oman,Selwyn Roberts,Pat Sandston,Charles Segars,Mike Stenson,Jon Turteltaub,Barry H. Waldman
Music by Trevor Rabin
Cinematography by Amir Mokri,John Schwartzman
Film Editing by William Goldenberg,David Rennie
Casting By Ronna Kress
Production Design by Dominic Watkins
Art Direction by Julian Ashby,Drew Boughton
Set Decoration by Fainche MacCarthy
Costume Design by Judianna Makovsky
Makeup Department Sarita Allison,Robin Beauchesne,Ann Buchanan,Tricia Cameron,Greg Funk,Ketty Gonzalez,Edouard F. Henriques,Ilona Herman,Barbara Lacy,Annabelle MacNeal,Julie Nightingale,Gilly Popham,Kathe Swanson,Yolanda Toussieng,Sarah Ault,Elizabeth Hoel-Chang,Camilla Kirk-Reynolds,Sarah Love,Robert Maverick,Ngozi Olandu Young,Nikoletta Skarlatos,Janice Tunnell,Sherri Zebeck
Production Management Jerome Albertini,Sam Breckman,Jennifer Campbell,Gilles Castera,Tami Goldman,Melissa Reid,Alexandre Talmon,Elona Tsou,Matthieu Vogel,Barry H. Waldman,Trevor Waterson,Bruce Hendricks,Kevin Jenkins
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director Philip G. Atwell,Ali Cherkaoui,Nicolas Coatantiée,David Daniels,Carlos De La Torre,Christina Fong,Eric Glasser,Geoffrey Hansen,Toby Hosking,Barney Hughes,Dan John,Julie Laugier,Sandrine Loisy,Joe Lotito,Sarah MacFarlane,Keir McFarlane,Paul Mindel,David Pinkus,George Marshall Ruge,Hillary Schwartz,Colleen Casey Shariat,Nicolas Coatantiée,Nick Hopkins,Andrew N. Miller,Paviel Raymont,Joby Stephens
Art Department Craig Abele,Jory Alvarado,Fred Arbegast,Giles Asbury,David Balfour,Ryan Bear,Mark Bentley,Cliff Berns,Sarena Bhargava,Guy Bradley,Alex Brandenburg,Marc Braun,Shane Buckallew,Richard K. Buoen,Carl Catanese,Richard Cheal,Robert Clark,Marlon Cole,Sarah Contant,Curtis Corbitt,Robert Cowper,Travis Craven,Duncan Crawford,Gary Dawson,Kyle DeAngelo,Nancy Deren,Dale DeStefani,Fred Deyoe,Val Drake,Jann K. Engel,Laura Evans,Zachary Fannin,Monica Fedrick,Timothy Feimster,Mariano Fernandez,Gary Freeman,Kenneth Garrett,Halina Gebarowicz,Mark Geeson,Martin J. Gibbons,Jeffrey Pratt Gordon,Trevor Goring,Marc Graiser,Tyler Hardin,Michael Hebden,Amy Heinz-Barnett,Nicholas Henderson,Sophie Hervieu,Grey Hill,Al Hobbs,Edward Hohman,A. Todd Holland,Glenn Hoofman,David James,Daniel R. Jennings,Bethan Jones,Alex King,Ritchie Kremer,Justin J. LaPresle,Richard Magennis,Dana McCall,Richard A. McCarthy,Duncan McDevitt,John McElroy,Mike Merker,Jim Meyer,Michael Mikita Jr.,Jonathan Mikita,Ed Mirassou,Christopher Morente,Amanda Moss Serino,Kelly Neary,Brian Neighbour,Jeff O Bannon,Fred M. Ortiz,Shari Ratliff,Wil Rees,Mike Reiber,Jennie Hill Robinson,Jill Rolie-December,Christina Romney-Glotzer,Raul Rosario,Carrie Roslan,Steve Salazar,Grant Samson,Lee Sandales,Kenneth Sayers,Nathan Schroeder,Mared Scutti,David Shauger,Dominic Sikking,Chad Simpson,Hillel Chaim Smith,Zoe Smith,Codrina Spataru,Thomas Spencer,Jeff Stacy,Adrian Start,Gregor Telfer,Bradley Torbett,Joshua Towers,Claudiu Turcanu,Robert Van Dyke,Cuitlahuac Morales Velazquez,John Warner,Wendy Weaver,E. Parker Webb,William Wells,John Whitby,Frank White,Randall D. Wilkins,Steve Yamamoto,PeiPei Alena Yuan,Walter Zieska,Page Buckner,Jonathan Burdeshaw,Adriaan Engelbrecht,Melissa Eybers,Gustavo R. Ferreyra,Jack Garwood,Thomas Jones,Nikolai Loveikis,Ross Macdonald,Robert S. McDonald,Kurt Miller,Carisa Rosenthal,Keith Samson,Sheri Watson
Sound Department David A. Arnold,James Ashwill,Odin Benitez,Jeffree Bloomer,Beau Borders,Christopher Boyes,Derek Casari,Kevin Cerchiai,John T. Cucci,St. Clair Davis,Peter J. Devlin,Teri E. Dorman,Joanne Dunphy,Tim Fraser,Jeff Gomillion,Laura Graham,Kimberly Harris,Matthew Harrison,Allen Hartz,Larry Hopkins,Kevin Hyde,Doc Kane,James Likowski,Sara Lima,Melissa Lytle,Donald J. Malouf,Victoria Martin,F. Hudson Miller,Shannon Mills,Dan O Connell,Kevin O Connell,Phillip W. Palmer,R.J. Palmer,Mark Pappas,Douglas Parker,Fred Peck III,Michele Perrone,Michael Piotrowski,John Rodda,Jamie Roden,Philip Rogers,Robert L. Sephton,Dan Sharp,Greg Steele,Ann L. Thornberg,Todd Toon,George Watters II,Greg Zimmerman,Jason Chiodo,Robert Maxfield,Philip A. Schwartz
Special Effects by H. Barclay Aaris,Beverly Austin,David Brighton,Steve Bunyea,Chris Cline,Leslie Coogan,Malcolm Crash Corbould,Neil Corbould,Kent D Huet,Tim Davies,Raymond Ferguson,Eric Frazier,John Frazier,Tommy Frazier,Joe Halford,Mark Hawker,Bruce D. Hayes,Stuart Heath,Michael Holland,Thomas R. Homsher,Joseph Livolsi,Kyle May,Martin Marty McLaughlin,Ken Mieding,Ceri Nicholls,Ben Nichols,Casey D. Noel,Jesse Noel,Jeff Ogg,Carlo Perez,Dave Poole,Simon Quinn,Corina Rosca,J.D. Schwalm,Richard Schwalm,Daveed Shwartz,James G. Thomas,Michael A. Tice,DungVan Vu,Anne Marie Walters,Steven Warner,David Watkins,Mike Wever,Ray L. Wilkerson,Alan Young,Ross Young,Ryan Conder
Visual Effects by Ashima Taneja Arora,Louise Baker,Scott E. Baxter,Brian Bell,Elissa Bello,Aaron Benoit,Jason Bidwell,Adam Blank,Justin Blaustein,Rob Blue,Robert Bourgeault,Phil Brennan,Jill Brooks,Steven Browning,Shannan Burkley,Huey Carroll,Merlin Carroll,Kathy Chasen-Hay,Peter Chesloff,Kate Choi,Ian Chriss,Tom Cloutier,Andrew Cochrane,Caitlin Content,Stuart Cripps,Kevin Culhane,Beth D Amato,Eric Deinzer,Kent Demaine,Bernie Demolski,Marie Victoria Denoga,Mitchell S. Drain,Mark Duckworth,Greg Duda,Eric Evans,Devin Fairbairn,Paul Fedor,Chad Fehmie,Christine Felman,Patrick Finley,John Fragomeni,Jason Galeon,Jack Geckler,Alex Gitler,Susan Greenhow,Greg Groenekamp,Christopher James Hall,Jonah Hall,Max Harris,John Hart,Kevin Hickman,Shawn Hillier,Elizabeth Hitt,Rod M. Janusch,Shahen Jordan,Michael Kaelin,Joe Ken,Deke Kincaid,Paul Kirsch,Gary Laurie,Ali Laventhol,Mark Lipsmeyer,Michael Liv,Michael Lori,Doug Luberts,Paul Luna,Valy Lungoccia,Mary E. Manning,Eric Mattson,Kevin May,Ryan McDougal,Nathan McGuinness,Robert McKinnon,Tony Meister,Jim Milton,Stuart Mintz,Christopher Moore,Douglas L. Moore,Steve Muangman,Laura Murillo,Myles Murphy,David Neuberger,Paul O Shea,Christos Obretenov,Eddie Offermann,Josh Paller,Eddie Pasquarello,Mark P. Renton,Federico Rivia,Christopher Romano,Toshihiro Sakamaki,Jared Sandrew,Kosta Saric,Julian Sarmiento,William Schaeffer,Gunther Schatz,Jason Schugardt,Junko Schugardt,Ann Sidenblad,Marion Spates,Frank Spiziri,Tom Stanton,Mark Stasiuk,Hilary Sperling Stauffer,John Stewart,Greg Stuhl,Pat Sweeney,Stephanie Sweeney,Chad Taylor,Joel H. Thornton,Alex Tropiec Jr.,Aaron Vest,Danny Wagner,Kevin Wallace,Mike Warner,Daniel Warom,Terri Watanabe,John L. Weckworth,Jeff Werner,Jeff Willette,Midori Witsken,Yuichiro Yamashita,Chi-Min Yang,Alvin Yap,Genevieve Yee,Mattaniah Yip,Scott Younkin,PeiPei Alena Yuan,Michael Boggs,Michael Cordova,Moises Cruz,Tim Everitt,Nelson Hall
Stunts Lucy Allen,David Anders,Noby Arden,Nina Armstrong,Heather Arthur,Daniel W. Barringer,Shelly Benison,Scott Alan Berk,Dani Biernat,Richard Bradshaw,Brian Brown,Richard Bucher,Andy Butcher,Michael Byrch,Bruce Cain,Marvin Campbell,Jay Caputo,Stephanie Carey,Steve Caswell,Juliette Cheveley,Nick Chopping,Tony Christian,Jeff Chumas,Stuart Clark,Eliza Coleman,Ben Collins,Rob Cooper,Graeme Crowther,Danielle da Costa,Nicholas Daines,Bill Davey,Kelly Dent,Steve Dent,Nrinder Dhudwar,Ben Dimmock,John Dixon,Levan Doran,Jim Dowdall,Jayson Dumenigo,Thomas DuPont,Andy Dylan,Greg Wayne Elam,Rick English,Corey Michael Eubanks,Bradley Farmer,James Fiddy,Pete Ford,David Forman,Amanda Foster,Glenn Foster,Sarah Franzl,Jeremy Fry,Gregory Allen Gabroy,David Garrick,Andy Godbold,Dean Grimes,Charles Grisham,James Grogan,Frank Henson,Mark Henson,Paul Herbert,David Hill,Dave Holland,David Holmes,Gary Hoptrough,Paul Howell,Lisa Hoyle,Rob Hunt,Rob Inch,Rowley Irlam,Morgan Johnson,Brett A. Jones,Gary Kane,Vincent Keane,Paul Kennington,Cristian Knight,Crispin Layfield,Maurice Lee,Christopher Leps,Guy List,Kurt D. Lott,Paul Lowe,Marc Mailley,Rob Mars,Kai Martin,Tina Maskell,Mark McBride,Ed McDermott II,Kim McGarrity,Belinda McGinley,Nick McKinless,Jo McLaren,Andy Merchant,Peter Miles,Jamie Millington,Gareth Milne,Bennie Moore,Daniel Naprous,Shawn Patrick Nash,Brian Nickels,Hugh Aodh O Brien,James O Donnell,Jim Palmer,Daz Parker,Martin Pemberton,Andy Pilgrim,Mike Potter,Dominic Preece,Brieann Rich,Michael Rich,Nicholas Rich,Scotty Richards,Curtis Rivers,Megan Roberts,George Marshall Ruge,Marc Schaffer,Sid Sentry,Andy Smart,Tony Smart,C.C. Smiff,Buddy Sosthand,Matthew Stirling,John Street,Rocky Taylor,Roy Taylor,Davey Thompson,Arran Topham,Tom Townsend,Mark Vanselow,Tim Walkey,Vincent Wang,Andy Wareham,Reg Wayment,Chris Webb,Bill Weston,Peter White,Maxine Whittaker,Leonard Woodcock,Ben Wright,Eddie Yansick,Steen Young,Gary Guercio,Paul Howell
Camera and Electrical Department James Alden,Jonathan Ames,Michael D. Anderson,Tyler Anderson,Tim Arasheben,Danny Ault,Adam Austin,Russell Ayer,Rocky Babcock,Chris Bain,Melanie Banders,Robert Barlow,Edward Barnes,Christopher Bateman,Matthew Berning,Erik Bernstein,Jerry Bertolami,Alfie Biddle,Brian Bishop,Josh Bleibtreu,Brian Branton,Kevin Brown,James Burgess,Steve Burgess,Jeff Callow,Mark Carlile,Philippe Carr-Forster,Pete Cavaciuti,Jack Chouchanian,Joe Chouchanian,David R. Christensen,Chris Couto,David Cozens,John Crimins,Steven Cueva,Nic Cupac,Adam Dale,Joshua Davis,Tim Dean,David Deever,Brian Dennis,Thomas DeRose,Adam Dorney,Frank Dorowsky,Tracy Estes,John Flemming,Brian Fosnaugh,Ian Fox,Steven L. Franklin,Billy Gamble,Sean Ginn,James Goldman,Robert Gray,Jessie Gregson,Quinn Grove,Eddie G Gutierrez,Chris Haarhoff,Joey Haddad,Andrew Haddock,Luke Andrew Haddock,Tristan Haley,Graham Hall,Rick Harris,Samuel R. Harrison III,Chris Henry,Tony Hibbard,Sean Higgins,David Hirschmann,Patrick Hoeschen,Neil Holcomb,Darren Holland,William T. Iversen,Jason Jaeger,Milan Janicin,Jesse Jaraczewski,Jim Jolliffe,Nikos Kalimerakis,Scott C. Keys,Christian J. Killingsworth,Stuart Kirschner,Jack Kney,Matt Kubas,Cyril Kuhnholtz,Thomas D. Lairson Jr.,Charles Woody Lang,Jonathan Leary,Michael L. Lewin,Clive Mackey,David Mackie,Keith Manning,Damon Marcellino,James M. McClure,Niles McElroy,Malcolm McGilchrist,Paul C. McKenna,Lawrence B. Miller,Ronald A. Miller,Daisuke Dice Miyake,Christopher Moats,Tim Molema,Mark Moriarty,Kenneth Morton,Richard Mosier,Andy Neddermeyer,Nino Neuboeck,Jacqueline J. Nivens,Graham Norton III,David B. Nowell,Gary Owen,Michael E. Pacheco,Kelly Paul,David Penfold,Ben Perry,Daryl Pittman,Scott J. Prophet,Glen Purdy,Daniel R. Purinton,Ferencz Radnai,Ryan Rakel,Tony Roberts,Dale Robinette,Michael Sandow,Roberto Schein,Gordon Segrove,Jason Selsor,Angel M. Sepulveda,Michael Shaw,Kelly Simpson,David Sinfield,Jeffrey P. Soderberg,Donald A. Spadoni,Mario Spanna,Don Steinberg,Rick Strodel,Chris Strong,Michael Strong,Pablo Suarez,Monte Swann,Fraser Taggart,Brian Tilden,Les T. Tomita,Colin Townsend,Michael T. Travers,John Trunk,Jeffery J. Tufano,Wade Tyree,Tony Varuola,Zoran Veselic,Christopher Warren,Joseph F. Warren,Tim Wattez,Martyn Welland,Charlie Whitaker,Zoe Whittaker,Tom Wilkinson,Franz Wise,Jerry Woodside,David Worley,Marc Wostak,David Wright,Joe Wright,Robert Zuckerman,Jacob Barrie
Animation Department Matthew Hackett,Angie Jones
Casting Department Maryellen Aviano,Aurélie Avram,Courtney Bright,Lilian Tan Burch,Nicole Daniels,Carlyn Davis,Natasha Delahunt,Kate Dowd,Rebecca Garzon,Barbara Harris,Carla Lewis,Meagan Lewis,Suzanne Kang,Jan-David Soutar
Costume and Wardrobe Department Susan Antonelli,Nestor Arce,Suzanne Barnes,Russell Barnett,Claire Breaux,Tiffany Busche,Elena D Cruze-Reynolds,Holly Davis,Dominick De Rasmo,Carol Demarti,Sherry L. Dera,Rocio Estrada,David Fernandez,Catharine Fletcher Incaprera,Scott R. Hankins,R.A. Hossie,Anna Kovacevic,Rowan Laidlaw,Catherine Lovett,Barbara Marko,Calandra Meredith,Helen Monaghan,Keith Muessigmann,Daniel Grant North,Maureen O Heron,Carlous Palmer,Suzy Perry,Sid Sentry,Sanford Slepak,William Steggle,Hans Georg Struhar,Brittany Trusler,Fiona Vokes
Editorial Department Rob Doolittle,Joe Galdo,Maria Paula Galdo,Yvette Gonzalez,Arne Herrmann,Trevor Joyce,Daphne Lambrinou,Eric A. Lewy,Brett Lyda,Jason Mandel,Jose Marra,Jerimiah Morey,Meghan L. Noble,Mark Todd Osborne,Stephen Perkins,Joe Pestana,Brett M. Reed,Erik Rogers,Kurt Smith,Stefan Sonnenfeld,Chris Teeder,Nick Timms,Jimmy Tom,Dimitris Tzetzas,JoAnne Yarrow,Anthony Motta,Jim Passon,Jorge Tanaka,Ian Turpen
Location Management Jerome Albertini,Tristan Barnard,Chris Burgess,John Cefalu,John Crampton,Damon Crane,Chris Cranstoun,Andrew Dalmahoy,Bill Darby,Teresa Darby,Angelo Evangelou,Louis Farah Jr.,Todd Feaser,Tommy Fell,Rob Fiks,Scott Fitzgerald,Carol Flaisher,Duncan Flower,Lisa Fozzati,Christopher Geair,Colin Giles,Jesse Grillo,Marios Hamboulides,Julie Hannum,Charlie Hayes,Richard Hill,Arnaud Kaiser,Richard Klotz,John Latenser V,Michelle Latham,Stephen Mapel,John P. Meade,Chris Moore,Matthew Dillon Noonan,Quincy Perkins,Neal Prosansky,Jonathan Reich,Richard Schuler,David Simpson,David Simpson,Helen Turner,Xavier Wakefield,Kirk Worley,David Campbell-Bell,Rob Campbell-Bell,Oliver Dance,Daniel Emmerson,Darren Helman,James Pride,Craig Topham
Music Department Mark Adams,Allison Allport,Christopher Anderson-Bazzoli,Bob Badami,Vatsche Barsoumian,Mark Beasom,Steve Becknell,Marissa Benedict,Wayne Bergeron,Bill Booth,Cindy Bourquin,Eric Bradley,Karen Hogle Brown,Reid Bruton,Tom Calderaro,Caroline Campbell,Harry J. Campbell,Darius Campo,Elin Carlson,Stuart Clark,Mario De Leon,Sandy DeCrescent,Monique Donnelly,David Duke,Bruce Dukov,Steve Durkee,Steve Erdody,Mark Estes,Gregory Geiger,Julie Gigante,Tom Gire,Kevin Globerman,Gordon Goodwin,Scott Graff,Jennifer Hammond,Tom Hardisty,Don Harper,Greg Hayes,Amy Hershberger,Alex Iles,Alan Kaplan,Dan Kelley,Steve Kempster,Jenny Kim,Shawn Kirchner,Paul Klintworth,Ana Landauer,Mitchell Leib,Jon Lewis,Michael Lichtenauer,Paul Linford,Frank Macchia,Joseph Magee,Larry Mah,Andy Malloy,Peter Mandell,Darrin McCann,Malcolm McNab,Donna Medine,Kristy Morrell,Tim Morrison,Daniel Nielsen,Brian O Connor,Jasper Randall,Jeremy Raub,Bill Reichenbach,Peter Rotter,Jim Self,Fletcher Sheridan,Patrick Spain,John Sponsler,Jeanette Surga,Kimberly Switzer,George Thatcher,James Thatcher,Richard Todd,Doug Tornquist,John Van Houten,Thomas Vicari,Karl Vincent,Mario A. Vitale,Dave Washburn,Don Welty,Booker White,Gerald White,Phillip Yao,Ed Zajac,The Hollywood Studio Symphony,Frank Macchia,Melissa Orquiza,Ralph Williams
Script and Continuity Department Kristin Bree Calabrese,Robb Foglia,Cathleen Girdner,Kathy Lubinsky
Transportation Department Curtis Wade Anderson,Jalal Aqdim,Michael J. Birnkrant,Lewis Burnett,Ian Clarke,Alice Cordie,Alberto Coto,Maxime Couteret,Erik Coutts,Kevin Craig,Anthony Detiege,Darrell Dubovsky,Steve Hammick,Teresa Haney,Charles Heidet,Benoit Hemard,Mark Holmes,Richard Holmes,Graham Kelly,William Lubin,John Lybrand,Jason Marsh,Gordon T. Martin,Rhonda Martin,George A. Miki,Michael W. Miliotti,Mike Miliotti,Matt Modica,Wayne Moran,George Morris,David Nemar,Richard Norton,Nicoletta Perdikos,Jack Jay Reece,Charles Aloha Boy Reed,Kurt Schmiederer,Colin Simmons,Hammick Steve,Barry Stevenson,Olivier Suffert,Sean Thornton,Chip Vincent,Gale Webster,Bryce Guy Williams,Kenny Youngblood,Mickey Davie,John R. Dove,Lawrence Dove,Alexandre Thiery
Additional Crew Ellen Adolph,Brashna Agha,Nicole Agostino,Alfred Ainsworth Jr.,Zan Alda,Matthew Alexander,Amy Allen,Robert Allen,Segolene Amice Lagny,Neil Andrea,Cua-Cua Apey,Olivier Arnesen,Holly Asquith,Jules Baker-Smith,Guy Barker,Timothy Baugh,Vanessa Bendetti,Danielle Bennett,Aaron Benoit,Sam Blackmore,Ian Bodell,Russell Dewulff Booth,Ron Bottitta,Françoise Bouillon-Pommerolle,Kristen Boulé,Matthew Bradley,Michael Breines,Bob Brewer,Jennifer L. Brooks,Tracy Browne,Jonathan Burdeshaw,Julien Béségher,Robert Cable,Karl Caffrey,Kami Calevro,Erica Callas,Dijana Camaj,Dan Camins,John K. Campbell,Hélène Cardona,Glen Carroll,Simon Cassels,Patrick Chadwick,Jordan Charter,Robert Parker Clemente,Nancy Clemons,Deborah A. Cornett,Paul Davies,Michael Davison,Robert Dawson,Stephanie DeCourcey,Daniel Michael DeLuca,Carol Demarti,Luke Den Haan,Sherry L. Dera,Cody Dorkin,Andy Edmunds,Sam Ennis,Caprice Ericson,Blake Fabian,Evelyn S. Farkas,Rob Fiks,Todd Forsberg,James Fox,Lee Francis,John Funk,Gregory Allen Gabroy,Kya Garwood,Mary Elizabeth Gentle,Warren Getler,Tania Gordon,Fabien Gourmelen,Fionn Greger,M.J. Grogan,Andrew Groothuis,Brandon Hamilton,Zeke Hanson,Lisa Heathcote,Emily Herman,Brenda Herrera,Neil Hodge,Patrick Holland,Patrick A. Horton,Nicholas Hosking,Lindsay Hudson,Harry Humphries,Christine Irons,Heather Jack,Michael E. Jacobson,Kris A. Jeffrey,Nick Jeffries,Charlie Jordan,Jamie Kehoe,Daniel Leaderman,David B. Leener,Heidi Lewis,Laura Lewis,Rachel Lilley,Jennifer Lobban,Christina Lupacchini,Paul G. Lyons,Daniel F. Malone,Gabriel Mamruth,Dylan Matlock,Geoffrey McCarthy,Dave McComb,Jill McCullough,James McGrady,Sarah McKaig,Nancy C. Mejia,Charles Miambanzila,Megan Taylor Miller,Damian Mitchell,James Mitchell-Clyde,Natalie Moore,Steve Morphew,Brian Muelhaupt,Glenn Nelson,Shawn Nelson,Simon Neville,Heather Noble,Shelly O Mahony-Masso,Jaesung Oh,Disha Patel-Webb,Scooter Perrotta,Aimee Pierson,Brandy D. Pollard,Bryant Powell,William Preston,Katie Pruitt,Alan D. Purwin,Angela Pyle,Jeff Quigley,Jason Reed,Michael J. Regina,Merchicedek Reyes,Brieann Rich,Michael Rich,Nicholas Rich,Will Robbins,Jennessa Rose,Jared Rosen,Peter Roskovich,Bruce A. Ross,Kent Rotherham,Will Samuelson,Bill Sarine,Micah Schifman,Corey Schuler,Christopher Scott,Vincent Servant,Dan Shotz,Michael Singer,Callum Heckstall Smith,Phil Smith,Susan Lee Smith,Bryan Snodgrass,Toby Spanton,Sarah Spearing,David Spiegelman,Andy Stephens,Adam Teeuw,Cay Templeton,Gemma Todd Smithers,Mic Tomasi,Elona Tsou,Nathan Udall,Hans Van Beuge,Amy Vassar,Oliver Veysey,Fiona Vokes,Troy Wagner,Trenton Waterson,Jennifer Webb,Jill Weiss,Margaret Whitman,Tony Whitmore,Chris Winn,Eric Winn,Wil Wright,Steve Yamamoto,Alex Bente,John Butterfield,Jennifer M. Byrne,Jay Chais,Emmanuel Fleury,Christian Glymph,Jack E. Herman,Gareth Lewis,Joseph Malloch,Moira Quirk,Ben Schoen,Donna Shakesheff,Craig Topham
Thanks John R. Skinner
Genres Action, Adventure, Mystery
Companies Walt Disney Pictures, Jerry Bruckheimer Films, Junction Entertainment
Countries USA
Languages English, French
ContentRating PG
ImDbRating 6.5
ImDbRatingVotes 236958
MetacriticRating 48
Keywords divorce,abraham lincoln character,john wilkes booth character,mary todd lincoln character,blonde