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Secretary of State John Hay (Character)
from Rough Riders (1997) (TV)
- Saving Lincoln (2013) Played by Graham Sibley (as John Hay)
- Lincoln (2012) Played by Joseph Cross (as John Hay)
- "God in America" (2010) TV series Played by Lewis D. Wheeler (as John Hay)
- No Retreat from Destiny: The Battle That Rescued Washington (2006) (V) Played by Jeff Schmidt (as John Hay)
- Rough Riders (1997) (TV) Played by R. Lee Ermey
- Lincoln (1992) (TV) Played by Richard Thomas (as John Hay)
- "The Adams Chronicles"
- Chapter XII: Henry Adams, Historian (1976) TV episode, Played by Tom Ligon (as John Hay)
- Tennessee Johnson (1942) Played by Mark Daniels (as John Hay)
- Lincoln in the White House (1939) Played by John Harron (as John Hay)
- Abraham Lincoln (1930) Played by Cameron Prud'Homme (as John Hay)
... aka "D.W. Griffith's 'Abraham Lincoln'" - USA (alternative title)
- The Iron Horse (1924) Played by Stanhope Wheatcroft (as John Hay)
- The Dramatic Life of Abraham Lincoln (1924) Played by Homer Willits (as John Hay)
... aka "Abraham Lincoln" - USA (short title)
Secretary of State John Hay: [examining the New York Journal's account of the Maine sinking] I think you're a scoundrel, Randolph - completely without conscience.
William Randolph Hearst: What, did Freddie go too far?
Frederick Remington: You don't really think that those people blew up that boat, now do you?
Secretary of State John Hay: A naval blockade is in the offing, gentlemen.
Frederick Remington: A naval blockade is hardly a war.
William Randolph Hearst: Furnish the pictures, Freddie, and I'll furnish the war!
Frederick Remington: Very good, Willy.
Secretary of State John Hay: Well said, Randolph!
William Randolph Hearst: Thank you, Mr. Secretary.
Secretary of State John Hay: Cheers.
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