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The Ordeal of Dr. Mudd (TV Movie 1980) Poster

(1980 TV Movie)

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Emmy Award winning newscaster Roger Mudd and his brother, Maryland Attorney John Mudd (deceased), were indirect descendants of Dr. Samuel Mudd.
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Dr. Samuel Mudd was thirty-one years old at the beginning of events depicted in the film, while Dennis Weaver was fifty-five years old at the time of production.
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A fictionalized story based on true events surrounding the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln.
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Several times Colonel Grenfell, portrayed by Nigel Davenport is referred to as an old man, and even Mudd, portrayed by Dennis Weaver says "For God's sake, he's an old man!" In actuality, Nigel Davenport (born May 23, 1928) is four years younger than Dennis Weaver (born June 4, 1924).
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Dr. Samuel Mudd was released after serving 3 years, 7 months, and 12 days on America's Devil's Island.
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