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George Washington(1984)

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  • George Washington: A Must See

    • Dave Jones
    • 8/21/10

    The film gives us a view of Washington warts and all. More importantly, it shows Washington's growth from an ambitious but somewhat uncertain young man into the strong Father of the Country. The man who became the president upon whose shoulders all later presidents have stood. After viewing this film, you will better "know" the reason for a quote attributed to King George III. The King reportedly said that "If Washington does that (resigns as Commander-in-Chief of the Army and goes home) he will be the greatest man of this age." Washington did; the King was correct.Barry Bostwick plays Washington so well, that seeing him in comedy roles, especially Spin City, always troubled and disappoints me. Bostwick reprises the role in "George Washington: The Forging of a Nation." While not as intense as the original, it shows many of the actions of Washington that built and shaped our government. Ever wonder why presidents traditionally walk to their inaugurations? Why don't Presidents sit in on Congress as do British Prime Ministers? See why in this, the concluding mini-series, George Washington: The Forging of a Nation.

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