American Lawmen (2016– )

Pinkerton and the Race to Save Lincoln 

Following the election of Abraham Lincoln, America's number one lawman Allan Pinkerton is hired to protect a strategic railroad from attack by Southern conspirators. There are rumors of a ... See full summary »

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Greg Gransden (story editor), Corey Shurge
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Episode credited cast:
Neil Affleck ... Allan Pinkerton
Chris Batchelor Chris Batchelor ... James Luckett
Selena Broughton ... Anna Hughes
Mathieu Burdan Mathieu Burdan ... Baby Face Nelson
Julian Christopher ... John Wilkes Booth
David Brandon George David Brandon George ... Felton
Ian Finn Gray Ian Finn Gray ... Secessionist
Sean Kavanaugh Sean Kavanaugh ... Hillard
Alysa King ... Kate Warne
Alex Loubert Alex Loubert ... Ed Hollis
Patrick McFadden ... John Dillinger
Patrick McManus Patrick McManus ... Elihu Washburne
Louis Molnar Louis Molnar ... Ward Hill Lamon
Matt O'Connor ... Harry Davies
Daniel Peters Daniel Peters ... Lincoln
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Following the election of Abraham Lincoln, America's number one lawman Allan Pinkerton is hired to protect a strategic railroad from attack by Southern conspirators. There are rumors of a bomb that would prevent Lincoln from reaching Washington for his inauguration and put the Capitol in the hands of the South. But as Pinkerton goes undercover, the celebrated detective and his team of special agents uncover a hidden conspiracy to kill the president before he can take office. Written by Anonymous

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Crime

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TV-PG
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17 February 2016 (USA) See more »

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Cineflix Productions See more »
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Fascinating story of Pinkerton
22 November 2019 | by gonediving01See all my reviews

Really enjoyed this episode. Train used shouldn't have had windshield wipers; they weren't patented until the late 1890's.


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