Voyagers!: Season 1, Episode 17

Destiny's Choice (13 Mar. 1983)

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After finding Franklin D. Roosevelt directing movie pictures in Hollywood, the voyagers visit him just after he contracted polio to convince him to not give up and continue his career in politics.

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Meeno Peluce ...
Oliver Clark ...
Sam Winthrop
Angela Clarke ...
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Bonnie Urseth ...
Veronica Bliss
Robert Carnegie ...
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Robert Dunlap ...
Monroe Jones
Bill McLean ...
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Buddy Farmer ...
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Karl Johnson ...
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Joseph Leader ...
Franz Lubin
Roger Duffy ...
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After finding Franklin D. Roosevelt directing movie pictures in Hollywood, the voyagers visit him just after he contracted polio to convince him to not give up and continue his career in politics.

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This episode takes place in three different settings: Hollywood, California in 1928, Hyde Park, New York in 1924 and Hollywood, California in 1929. See more »

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In 1924, Franklin D. Roosevelt receives a letter from Al Smith requesting that Roosevelt officially nominate him as the presidential candidate at the Democratic National Convention. In reality, Smith was not the Democratic candidate in the 1924 presidential election but the 1928 election. Roosevelt gave the nominating speech at the 1928 Convention. See more »

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Franklin Delano Roosevelt: Mama's right. I best stick to my writing. I can't do Al Smith any good making a nominating speech from a wheelchair.
Phineas Bogg: [gets some crutches] How about these?
Franklin Delano Roosevelt: I have never used them.
Phineas Bogg: Well you're gonna learn. So the delegates and the whole world can see you nominate Al Smith on your feet.
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References The Jazz Singer (1927) See more »

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