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William Bradford: The First Thanksgiving 

William Bradford: The First Thanksgiving Poster
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In 1620, John Carver, William Bradford, Captain Standish and 99 pilgrims set sail on the Mayflower toward America in search of religious freedom. As disease and storms hit they are almost ... See full summary »

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Johnathon Toppo ...
Young William Bradford (voice) (as John Toppo)
James March ...
Joe Lynch ...
Miles Standish (voice)
Victor Humphries ...
John Carver (voice) (as Victor Humphrey)
John Pribyl ...
Goodman Cooke (voice)
Mark Schwahn ...
Dutch Captain (voice)
Ray Porter ...
Captain (voice)
Michael Altobello ...
Squanto / Sailor (voice)
Michael Howard ...
Samoset (voice)
Hugh Dignon ...
Baker (voice)
Owen Davis ...
Magistrate (voice)
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In 1620, John Carver, William Bradford, Captain Standish and 99 pilgrims set sail on the Mayflower toward America in search of religious freedom. As disease and storms hit they are almost forced to return. William Bradford convinces Captain Standish to press on. Before landing, Bradford suggests everyone sign the Mayflower Contract designed to enact their own laws and elect leaders for a free government. John Carver is elected to govern for one year. The land they choose to build on becomes known as "Plymouth". Immediately, the winter sets in and the pilgrims face the harsh effects of the weather, hunger and disease. By the first signs of spring, half of the pilgrims have died. Soon a lone Indian appears on the horizon. Against Captain Standish's wishes, John Carver and William Bradford befriend Samoset of the Wampanoag tribe. Samoset sends the English-speaking Squanto and Chief Massasoit to the pilgrims who make a peace pact. Chief Massasoit offers gifts to seal the deal. Squanto and... Written by Nest Family Entertainment

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1 June 1992 (USA)  »

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Four Hands
Music by Lex de Azevedo
Lyrics by Carol Lynn Pearson
Performed by Randy Crenshaw
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