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The Rebels (1979)

Philip Kent(Andrew Stevens) takes part in the american revolution and the newly formed congress.

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Philip Kent
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Judson Fletcher
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Eph Tait
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John Hancock
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Duke of Kentland
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Mrs. Brumple
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Benjamin Franklin
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Dr. Church
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Breen
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Anne Kent
John Chappell ...
Henry Knox
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John Adams
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Mrs. Harris
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George Washington
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Charlotte Waverly
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Philip Kent(Andrew Stevens) takes part in the american revolution and the newly formed congress.

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The passionate pursuits of Philip Kent, patriot soldier, and of the determined men and women whose destiny propelled them into the struggles for American independence.

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14 May 1979 (USA)  »

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The Kent Chronicles Part 2: The Rebels  »

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1.33 : 1
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Williams Daniels reprises his role as "John Adams" from 1776 after portraying his own cousin ("Samuel Adams") in the previous miniseries THE BASTARD, making him the only actor to play both Adamses. See more »

Goofs

When Phillip Kent is at Rachel's cabin, she is singing "Amazing Grace" to him. The narration had stated this was in 1775 during the Knox Expedition. The song "Amazing Grace" was written by John Newton in 1773, and used during a prayer meeting at that time, but was not generally published until 1779, so it is unlikely that Rachel would've heard that song at that time. See more »

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Follows The Bastard (1978) See more »

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