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Adlai Stevenson (Character)
from Thirteen Days (2000)

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Date of Birth 5 February, 1900, Los Angeles... See more »
Alternate Names:
Adlai E. Stevenson / U.N. Ambassador Adlai Stevenson / U.S. Ambassador Stevenson


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  1. Bogie and Bacall (????) Played by Ryan Paevey

  2. Grover Cleveland: Stand Up Comedian (2012) (V) Played by Trey Huguley

  3. Che: Part One (2008) Played by Michael Countryman (as U.S. Ambassador Stevenson)
    ... aka "The Argentine" - International (English title) (alternative title), USA (working title)
  4. Thirteen Days (2000) Played by Michael Fairman

  5. "Kennedy" Played by Tom Brennan
        - Episode #1.1 (1983) TV episode, Played by Tom Brennan
        - Episode #1.7 (1983) TV episode, Played by Tom Brennan
        - Episode #1.5 (1983) TV episode, Played by Tom Brennan
        - Episode #1.4 (1983) TV episode, Played by Tom Brennan
        - Episode #1.6 (1983) TV episode, Played by Tom Brennan

  6. The Missiles of October (1974) (TV) Played by Ralph Bellamy (as U.N. Ambassador Adlai Stevenson)
    ... aka "Missiles of October" - International (English title) (informal short title)

  7. Die Kuba-Krise 1962 (1969) (TV) Played by Konrad Georg
Archive Footage:
  1. Roots of the Cuban Missile Crisis (2001) (V) Played by Michael Fairman (as Adlai E. Stevenson)

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From Thirteen Days (2000)
President Kennedy: [summarizing their options] So quarantine, or air strike?
Adlai Stevenson: [clears throat] There, uh, there is a third option. With either course we undertake the risk of nuclear war, so it seems to me that maybe one of us in this room should be a coward... so, I guess I'll be. A third course is to strike a deal: We trade Guantanamo and our missiles in Turkey; get them to pull their missiles out. We employ a back channel; we attribute the idea to U Thant. U Thant then raises it at the UN.
President Kennedy: I don't think that's possible, Adlai.
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