Huey Long (film)
|Directed by||Ken Burns|
|Produced by||Ken Burns|
|Written by||Geoffrey C. Ward|
|Narrated by||David McCullough|
Huey Long is an American documentary film on the life and career of the politician Huey Long. It was directed by Ken Burns, and produced by Ken Burns and Richard Kilberg in 1985. The film first aired on October 15, 1986. The film includes interviews with Russell B. Long, author Robert Penn Warren, and political contemporary and opponent Cecil Morgan. It was narrated by the historian David McCullough.
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