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Robert Livingston (Character)
from 1776 (1972)

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Alternate Names:
Ambassador Robert Livingston / Robert Livingstone / Robert R. Livingston


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  1. "John Adams"
        - Reunion (2008) TV episode, Played by Alex Draper (as Robert R. Livingston)
  2. Kidz History: The Revolutionary War (2003) (V) Played by Cory Salinas

  3. A More Perfect Union: America Becomes a Nation (1989) Played by Dave Blackwell

  4. 1776 (1972) Played by John Myhers

  5. Louisiana Territory (1953) Played by Val Winter (as Ambassador Robert Livingston)

  6. Little Old New York (1940) Played by Henry Stephenson (as Robert R. Livingston)

  7. Romance of Louisiana (1937) Played by Gordon Hart (as Robert Livingstone)
    ... aka "Technicolor Specials (1937-1938 season) #5: Romance of Louisiana" - USA (series title)
    ... aka "Technicolor Specials (1953-1954 season) #2: Romance of Louisiana" - USA (series title)
  8. Hearts Divided (1936) Played by Granville Bates

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From 1776 (1972)
Dr. Benjamin Franklin: [as Franklin and Jefferson leave the main chamber] Oh, don't worry, Tom. No worries, Thomas, I'll get Adams to write it.
Thomas Jefferson: I don't know, he had a funny look on his face.
Dr. Benjamin Franklin: He always does.
John Adams: All right, gentlemen. Let's get on with it.
John Adams: [the opening notes to "But, Mr. Adams" start playing in the background] Which of us will write our Declaration of Independence?
Dr. Benjamin Franklin: [Franklin starts singing] Mr. Adams, I say you should write it, To your legal mind and brilliance, we defer,
John Adams: [Adams joins in singing] Is that so? / Well, if I'm the one to do it, they'll run their quill pens through it, / I'm obnoxious and disliked, you know that, sir,
Dr. Benjamin Franklin: Yes, I know.
John Adams: But I say you should write it, Franklin, / Yes, you...
Dr. Benjamin Franklin: Hell no!
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