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McGeorge Bundy (Character)
from Path to War (2002) (TV)

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  1. LBJ (2016) Played by Joe Chrest

  2. JFK: Seven Days That Made a President (2013) (TV) Played by Mitchell Mullen
  3. Killing Kennedy (2013) (TV) Played by Ray Nedzel
  4. Lee Daniels' The Butler (2013/I) Played by David Jensen (as MacGeorge Bundy)
    ... aka "The Butler" - USA (original title)
  5. "The Kennedys"
        - Cuban Missiles (2011) TV episode, Played by Dan Lett
        - Bobby's War (2011) TV episode, Played by Dan Lett
        - Bay of Pigs (2011) TV episode, Played by Dan Lett

  6. Path to War (2002) (TV) Played by Cliff De Young
  7. Thirteen Days (2000) Played by Frank Wood

  8. "Kennedy" (1983) TV series Played by Albert Stratton

  9. The Missiles of October (1974) (TV) Played by James Olson

  10. Die Kuba-Krise 1962 (1969) (TV) Played by Hellmut Lange

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From Thirteen Days (2000)
McGeorge Bundy: These people are right, and the Kennedys are wrong. We need you to talk to them - they'll listen to you. Jack and Bobby are good men but it takes a certain amount of...
Kenny O'Donnell: You mean the president of the United States-?
McGeorge Bundy: They are good men...
Kenny O'Donnell: -and the attorney general?
McGeorge Bundy: Kenny, they're good men but it takes a certain character - moral toughness - to stand up to the Soviets.
Kenny O'Donnell: [whispering] You listen to me. You're in the White House right now because of the Kennedys. Now, they may be wrong; they make mistakes, but they are not weak. The weak ones are these people who can't seem to speak their own minds.
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