During the American Revolution, Gen. George Washington is suddenly visited by visions that convince him the revolution will be successful. However, he is also troubled by visions that tell ... See full summary »

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During the American Revolution, Gen. George Washington is suddenly visited by visions that convince him the revolution will be successful. However, he is also troubled by visions that tell him there will be a great civil war that will occur after his death, and he doesn't know how to stop it. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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This was the last episode to be filmed at MGM Studios. Future episodes would be filmed at Associated British-Elstree Studios in the UK. See more »

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George Washington Goes One Step Beyond
4 July 2011 | by (Los Angeles) – See all my reviews

In 1777 Valley Forge, it seems like the American Revolution will end with a British victory. General George Washington (Robert Douglas) tries to build morale, but is privately in his "winter of despair." Not to worry, we know who wins this war - and, soon, Gen. Washington will know, too. He prays to God, "Help me, help me!" God immediately sends Washington a Native American Indian spirit, who helps him recall a previous battle, where Washington is revealed to have been divinely saved from death. Later, Washington has dreamy visions and gains confidence to keep fighting... Nice to know Washington was never in any real danger, but this makes him less heroic...

*** Night of Decision (2/21/61) John Newland ~ Robert Douglas, Donald Buka, Richard Carlyle, Richard Hale


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