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Pull up a barstool and get ready for major laughs when you enter LINC's, the Washington DC bar and grill. The title role of Russell "Linc" Lincoln is portrayed by Steven Williams. Linc is the politically conservative proprietor who caters to a diverse crowd. And a very vocal one indeed. The patrons speak their minds, and although the comedy might be sophisticated, it is definitely not politically correct. LINC's also stars Pam Grier, and Georg Stanford Brown. Tisha Campbell guest stars as Linc's beloved daughter, Rosalee. The irreverent ensemble comedy series was created by Tim Reid (WKRP IN CINCINNATI and FRANK'S PLACE) & Susan Fales-Hill. Fresh and abrasive, LINC'S won the acclaim of many national critics and ran for two seasons on Showtime. ======================== Production Companies * New Millennium Studios Distributors * Showtime Networks Inc. Other Companies * On-Set Digital Inc. video assist equipment (season 1) ============================= Awards GLAAD Media Awards 1999 -- Nominated -- Outstanding TV Drama Series Image Awards 2000 -- Nominated -- Outstanding Actor in a Comedy Series -- Steven Williams 2000 -- Nominated -- Outstanding Actress in a Comedy Series -- Pam Grier 2000 -- Nominated -- Outstanding Comedy Series 1999 -- Nominated -- Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series -- Pam Grier =========================== Release date USA -- 1 August 1998 ============================ Filming Locations Petersburg, Virginia, USA ========================== Crew Directed by Debbie Allen Bob Delegall James Hampton Tim Reid Writing credits Charles Randolph-Wright Original Music by Lionel Cole Cinematography by Donald A. Morgan Pernell Youngblood Tyus Film Editing by Jesse Hoke George T. Kelly Jr. John Lafferty Kris Trexler Casting by Pat Golden Beth Klein Monica Swann Production Design by John D. Kretschmer Set Decoration by Missy Berent Costume Design by Johnetta Boone Debrae Little Makeup Department Roddy Stayton .... hair department head Second Unit Director or Assistant Director Gabriel Echeverria .... DGA trainee Michelle Jaeger .... DGA trainee Ruben Flores Rios II .... second assistant director Art Department Richard Blankenship .... construction coordinator Andrea Levine .... property master Eric Robinson .... art department coordinator (as Eric 'Eyan Cypher' Robinson) Richard Salinas .... lead scenic artist Sound Department Alan Sawyer .... sound Tony Smyles .... sound mixer Other crew Peter Albert .... digital video assist operator David Almeleh .... grip Todd Philip Aronauer .... post-production coordinator Laurie Colbert .... assistant editor Jennifer Crammer .... writer's assistant Kent Eanes .... still photographer Niko Godfrey .... production assistant Charles A. Harris .... key grip (one season) Matthew Haskins .... additional second assistant camera Matthew Haskins .... camera loader Matthew Haskins .... second assistant camera Elizabeth Hatrick .... script supervisor Scott Inge .... first assistant camera (1998) Jay Kemp .... gaffer Taggart Lee .... assistant camera Philip Maldonado .... costumer Liz Marks .... casting: Virginia Greg Martin .... grip (one season) Paul McCallum .... still photographer Thomas Murry .... assistant production coordinator (season 2) Gil L. Robertson IV .... unit publicist Gil L. Robertson .... unit publicist Richard Rodono .... assistant editor David P. Shannon .... dolly grip L. Andrew Sigler .... grip Robert Spencer .... best boy electric Christine Offutt Thomas .... production coordinator Sara Thornberg .... assistant accountant Scott C. Williman .... electricianmoreless
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