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Season: 1
Year: 2007


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Boston, Bloody Boston

4 July 2007
The Revolution examines how disagreements in Boston over taxes led to the beginning of the American Revolution. It looks at the Stamp Act, the Boston Massacre, the Boston Tea Party, the First Continental Congress, Paul Revere's Ride, and the Battles of Lexington and Concord.

Edward Herrmann ... Himself - Narrator (voice)
Christopher Brown ... Himself - Historian, Rutgers University
Bruce Chadwick ... Himself - Author, George Washington's War
Caroline Cox ... Herself - Historian, University of the Pacific
John W. Hall ... Himself - Military Historian, West Point (as Major John Hall)
Mark Hilliard ... American Soldier, British Soldier
James Horton ... Himself - George Washington University (as James O. Horton)
Bryan Kennedy ... American soldier
Larry A. Maxwell ... Reenactor
Gary B. Nash ... Himself - Historian, UCLA
Willard Sterne Randall ... Himself - Author, Benedict Arnold: Patriot and Traitor
Ray Raphael ... Himself - Author & Historian
Glenn C. Reimer ... John Adams
Stacy Schiff ... Herself - Author, A Great Improvisation

Isabel Schnall ... Sarah Hutchinson

Bryan Stefancyk ... American Soldier / British Soldier
Ian Stewart ... Patrick Henry
Jonah Triebwasser ... General Thomas Gage

Tony Scheinman ... John Adams (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: Rebellion to Revolution

11 July 2007
The Revolution looks at the early stages of the revolutionary war including Ethan Allen and the capture of Fort Ticonderoga, the military appointment of George Washington, the Battle of Bunker Hill, and the Siege and later British evacuation of Boston.

Edward Herrmann ... Himself - Narrator (voice)
Bruce Chadwick ... Himself - Author, George Washington's War
Caroline Cox ... Herself - Historian, University of the Pacific
John W. Hall ... Himself - Military Historian, West Point (as Major John Hall)
Mark Hilliard ... American Soldier, British Soldier
James Horton ... Himself - George Washington University (as James O. Horton)
Bryan Kennedy ... American soldier
Larry A. Maxwell ... Reenactor
Gary B. Nash ... Himself - Historian, UCLA
Willard Sterne Randall ... Himself - Author, Benedict Arnold: Patriot and Traitor
Barnet Schecter ... Himself - Author, The Battle for New York

Bryan Stefancyk ... American Soldier / British Soldier
Ian Stewart ... Patrick Henry
Jonah Triebwasser ... General Thomas Gage

Tony Scheinman ... John Adams (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 3: Declaring Independence

18 July 2007
The Revolution looks at the early phases on the American Revolution including Thomas Paine, the British campaign in New York, the writing of the Declaration of Independence, and the Battle of Long Island.

Edward Herrmann ... Himself - Narrator (voice)

Ben Beckley ... Thomas Jefferson
Caroline Cox ... Herself - Historian, University of the Pacific
John W. Hall ... Himself - Military Historian, West Point (as Major John Hall)
Mark Hilliard ... American Soldier, British Soldier
James Horton ... Himself - George Washington University (as James O. Horton)
Bryan Kennedy ... American soldier
Larry A. Maxwell ... Reenactor
Gary B. Nash ... Himself - Historian, UCLA
Willard Sterne Randall ... Himself - Author and Historian
Ray Raphael ... Himself - Author & Historian
Barnet Schecter ... Himself - Author, The Battle for New York

Bryan Stefancyk ... American Soldier / British Soldier
Ian Stewart ... Patrick Henry
Evan Thomas ... Himself - Author
Paul Thureen ... Lt. Joseph Hodgkins

William Vosseler ... Thomas Payne

Tony Scheinman ... John Adams (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 4: American Crisis

25 July 2007
The Revolution examines the early parts of the American Revolution and looks at the flagging morale of the continental army and how some generals began to question Washington's leadership abilities after a few of his early losses. Eventually, Washington is able to silence his skeptics by crossing the Delaware and defeating the Hessian soldiers at Trenton.

Edward Herrmann ... Himself - Narrator (voice)
Christopher Brown ... Himself - Historian, Rutgers University
Bruce Chadwick ... Himself - Author, George Washington's War
Caroline Cox ... Herself - Historian, University of the Pacific
Eliga Gould ... Himself - Historian, University of New Hampshire
John W. Hall ... Himself - Military Historian, West Point (as Major John Hall)
Mark Hilliard ... American Soldier, British Soldier
Bryan Kennedy ... American soldier
Larry A. Maxwell ... Reenactor
Willard Sterne Randall ... Himself - Author and Historian
Ray Raphael ... Himself - Author & Historian
Barnet Schecter ... Himself - Author, The Battle for New York

Bryan Stefancyk ... American Soldier / British Soldier
Ian Stewart ... Patrick Henry

William Vosseler ... Thomas Payne

Tony Scheinman ... General Nathanael Greene (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 5: Path to World War

1 August 2007
The Revolution examines Franklin's diplomatic efforts in France, Burgoyne campaign to take the Hudson River, and Howe's campaign against Philadelphia. It also looks at the British victory at Brandywine, the American victory at Saratoga, and the entry of France into the War.
Christopher Brown ... Himself - Historian, Rutgers University
Bruce Chadwick ... Himself - Author, George Washington's War
Caroline Cox ... Herself - Historian, University of the Pacific
Dave Dyshuk ... General John Burgoyne
John W. Hall ... Himself - Military Historian, West Point (as Major John Hall)
Mark Hilliard ... American Soldier, British Soldier
Bryan Kennedy ... American soldier
Larry A. Maxwell ... Reenactor
Gary B. Nash ... Himself - Historian, UCLA
Willard Sterne Randall ... Himself - Author, Benedict Arnold: Patriot and Traitor
Ray Raphael ... Himself - Author & Historian
Stacy Schiff ... Herself - Author, A Great Improvisation

Bryan Stefancyk ... American Soldier / British Soldier
Evan Thomas ... Himself - Author, John Paul Jones

Season 1, Episode 6: Forging an Army

8 August 2007
The Revolution examines Washington's winter at Valley Forge focusing on Von Steuben's training and Nathanael Greene's supplying of the Continental Army. It also looks at John Paul Jones's victories over the British navy and the Battle of Monmouth.
Wayne Bodle ... Himself - Author, The Valley Forge Winter
Christopher Brown ... Himself - Historian, Rutgers University
John Buchanan ... Himself - Author, The Road to Guilford Courthouse
Bruce Chadwick ... Himself - Author, George Washington's War
Mark Collins ... George Washington
Caroline Cox ... Herself - Historian, University of the Pacific
John W. Hall ... Himself - Military Historian, West Point (as Major John Hall)
Mark Hilliard ... American Soldier, British Soldier
Bryan Kennedy ... American soldier
Daniel B. Martin ... General Nathanael Greene
Larry A. Maxwell ... Reenactor
Willard Sterne Randall ... Himself - Author and Historian
Barnet Schecter ... Himself - Author, The Battle for New York

Bryan Stefancyk ... American Soldier / British Soldier
Evan Thomas ... Himself - Author, John Paul Jones
Paul Thureen ... Lt. Joseph Hodgkins

Tony Scheinman ... General Nathanael Greene (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 7: Treason & Betrayal

15 August 2007
The Revolution examines the politics and personal rivalries behind the betrayal of Benedict Arnold and his attempt to turn West Point over to the British.
Bruce Chadwick ... Himself - Author, George Washington's War
Mark Collins ... George Washington
Caroline Cox ... Herself - Historian, University of the Pacific
John W. Hall ... Himself - Military Historian, West Point (as Major John Hall)
Mark Hilliard ... American Soldier, British Soldier
James Horton ... Himself - George Washington University (as James O. Horton)
Darrell James ... Joseph Reed
James Karcher ... Gen. Benedict Arnold
Bryan Kennedy ... American soldier

Jorge Marcos ... Maj. John Andre
Larry A. Maxwell ... Reenactor
Gary B. Nash ... Himself - Historian, UCLA
Willard Sterne Randall ... Himself - Author, Benedict Arnold: Patriot and Traitor
Ray Raphael ... Himself - Author & Historian
Glenn C. Reimer ... John Adams
Stacy Schiff ... Herself - Author, A Great Improvisation

Bryan Stefancyk ... American Soldier / British Soldier
Paul Thureen ... Lt. Joseph Hodgkins

Season 1, Episode 8: The War Heads South

22 August 2007
The Revolution examines the British invasion of the southern states during the war. It looks at Clinton's siege of Charleston, British efforts to recruit slaves in the south, Banastre Tarleton attack at Monck's Corner, and Benjamin Lincoln's surrender of Charleston.
Christopher Brown ... Himself - Historian, Rutgers University
John Buchanan ... Himself - Author, The Road to Guilford Courthouse
Bruce Chadwick ... Himself - Author, George Washington's War
Mark Collins ... George Washington
Caroline Cox ... Herself - Historian, University of the Pacific
Eliga Gould ... Himself - University of New Hampshire
John W. Hall ... Himself - Military Historian, West Point (as Major John Hall)
Mark Hilliard ... American Soldier, British Soldier
James Horton ... Himself - George Washington University (as James O. Horton)
Bryan Kennedy ... American soldier
Phillip X Levine ... Gen. Henry Clinton (as Phillip Levine)
Larry A. Maxwell ... Reenactor
Gary B. Nash ... Himself - Historian, UCLA
Libby O'Connell ... Herself - Chief Historian, History Channel (as Libby Haight O'Connell)

Drew Seltzer ... Banastre Tarleton
Richard Sonnenschein ... Gen. Benjamin Lincoln

Bryan Stefancyk ... American Soldier / British Soldier
Paul Thureen ... Lt. Joseph Hodgkins

Season 1, Episode 9: A Hornet's Nest

29 August 2007
The Revolution examines the conflict in the southern states. It looks at Banastre Tarleton's role in the Waxhaw Massacre, the battle between Horatio Gates and Charles Cornwallis at Camden, and the battle of Cowpens where Daniel Morgan decisively defeated Tarleton.
Christopher Brown ... Himself - Historian, Rutgers University
John Buchanan ... Author, The Road to Guilford Courthouse
Mark Collins ... George Washington
Eliga Gould ... Himself - University of New Hampshire
John W. Hall ... Himself - Military Historian, West Point (as Major John Hall)
Mark Hilliard ... American Soldier, British Soldier
Bryan Kennedy ... American soldier
Daniel B. Martin ... General Nathanael Greene
Larry A. Maxwell ... Reenactor
Gary B. Nash ... Himself - Historian, UCLA
Libby O'Connell ... Herself - Chief Historian, History Channel (as Libby Haight O'Connell)

Bert Puckett ... General Danial Morgan
Willard Sterne Randall ... Himself - Biographer, Champlain College
Ray Raphael ... Himself - Author & Historian

Drew Seltzer ... Banastre Tarleton

Bryan Stefancyk ... American Soldier / British Soldier

Season 1, Episode 10: The End Game

5 September 2007
The Revolution examines the battle between Nathaniel Green and Charles Cornwallis at Guilford Court House and later looks at the build up to and the conclusion of the Battle of Yorktown.
Christopher Brown ... Himself - Historian, Rutgers University
John Buchanan ... Author, The Road to Guilford Courthouse
Bruce Chadwick ... Himself - Author, George Washington's War
Mark Collins ... George Washington
Caroline Cox ... Herself - Historian, University of the Pacific
John W. Hall ... Himself - Military Historian, West Point (as Major John Hall)
Mark Hilliard ... American Soldier, British Soldier
Bryan Kennedy ... American soldier
Larry A. Maxwell ... Reenactor
Gary B. Nash ... Himself - Historian, UCLA
Libby O'Connell ... Herself - Chief Historian, History Channel (as Libby Haight O'Connell)
Stacy Schiff ... Herself - Author, A Great Improvisation

Bryan Stefancyk ... American Soldier / British Soldier

Season 1, Episode 11: Becoming a Nation

12 September 2007
The Revolution examines the signing of the Treaty of Paris, Washington's suppressing of the Newburgh Conspiracy against the Colonial government, the evacuation of New York, George Washington's return to Mount Vernon, the political and economic chaos following the war, and the writing of the Constitution.
Christopher Brown ... Himself - Historian, Rutgers University
Bruce Chadwick ... Himself - Author, George Washington's War
Mark Collins ... George Washington
Caroline Cox ... Herself - Historian, University of the Pacific
Eliga Gould ... Himself - University of New Hampshire
John W. Hall ... Himself - Military Historian, West Point (as Major John Hall)
Mark Hilliard ... American Soldier, British Soldier
James Horton ... Himself - George Washington University (as James O. Horton)
Bryan Kennedy ... American soldier
Phillip X Levine ... Gen. Henry Clinton (as Phillip Levine)
Larry A. Maxwell ... Reenactor
Gary B. Nash ... Himself - Historian, UCLA
Libby O'Connell ... Herself - Chief Historian, History Channel (as Libby Haight O'Connell)
Ray Raphael ... Himself - Author & Historian
Glenn C. Reimer ... John Adams
Stacy Schiff ... Herself - Author, A Great Improvisation

Bryan Stefancyk ... American Soldier / British Soldier
Evan Thomas ... Himself - Author, John Paul Jones

Season 1, Episode 12: Road to the Presidency

19 September 2007
The Revolution looks at the the first president of the United States and his work during the war.
Christopher Brown ... Himself - Historian, Rutgers University
Bruce Chadwick ... Himself - Author, George Washington's War
Caroline Cox ... Herself - Historian, University of the Pacific
John W. Hall ... Himself - Military Historian, West Point (as Major John Hall)
Mark Hilliard ... American Soldier, British Soldier
James Horton ... Himself - George Washington University (as James O. Horton)
Bryan Kennedy ... American soldier
Larry A. Maxwell ... Reenactor
Gary B. Nash ... Himself - Historian, UCLA
Libby O'Connell ... Herself - Chief Historian, History Channel (as Libby Haight O'Connell)
Willard Sterne Randall ... Himself - Biographer, Champlain College
Ray Raphael ... Himself - Author & Historian
Barnet Schecter ... Himself - Author, The Battle for New York
Stacy Schiff ... Herself - Author, A Great Improvisation

Bryan Stefancyk ... American Soldier / British Soldier
Evan Thomas ... Himself - Author & Historian
Paul Thureen ... Lt. Joseph Hodgkins

Season 1, Episode 13: A President and His Revolution

26 September 2007
The Revolution looks back at Washington's role in the Revolution as he finishes his journey to New York City for his inauguration.

Jason Audette ... Thomas Jefferson (as Jason Daniel Audette)
Christopher Brown ... Himself - Historian, Rutgers University
Bruce Chadwick ... Himself - Author, George Washington's War
Mark Collins ... George Washington
Caroline Cox ... Herself - Historian, University of the Pacific
John W. Hall ... Himself - Military Historian, West Point (as Major John Hall)
Mark Hilliard ... American Soldier, British Soldier
James Karcher ... Gen. Benedict Arnold
Bryan Kennedy ... American soldier
Phillip X Levine ... Gen. Henry Clinton (as Phillip Levine)
Daniel B. Martin ... General Nathanael Greene
Larry A. Maxwell ... Reenactor
Libby O'Connell ... Herself - Chief Historian, History Channel (as Libby Haight O'Connell)
Willard Sterne Randall ... Himself - Biographer, Champlain College
Glenn C. Reimer ... John Adams
Stacy Schiff ... Herself - Author, A Great Improvisation

Bryan Stefancyk ... American Soldier / British Soldier

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