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Hubert H Humphrey: The Art of the Possible (2010)

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Credited cast:
Mary Easter ...
Narrator (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Spiro Agnew ...
Himself - Vice President of the United States (archive footage)
Michael Beschloss ...
Himself - Presidential Historian
Herbert J. Bloch ...
Himself - Convention Speaker (archive footage)
Willy Brandt ...
Himself - Mayor of West Berlin (archive footage)
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Himself - 39th President (as President Carter)
Rosalynn Carter ...
Herself - First Lady of the United States (archive footage)
Clark Clifford ...
Himself - United States Secretary of Defense (archive footage)
Richard J. Daley ...
Himself - Mayor of Chicago (archive footage)
Everett Dirksen ...
Himself - U.S. Senator from Illinois (archive footage) (as Senator Everett Dirksen of Illinois)
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Himself - U.S. Representative from Kansas (archive footage)
Ofield Dukes ...
Himself - Staff
James Eastland ...
Himself - U.S. Senator from Mississippi (archive footage) (as Senator James Oliver Eastland)
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Himself - President of the United States (archive footage)
Allen J. Ellender Sr. ...
Himself - U.S. Senator from Louisiana (archive footage) (as Senator Allan Joseph Ellender)
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Documentary

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TV-G
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3 October 2010 (USA)  »

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$600,000 (estimated)
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While it is generally accepted that John F. Kennedy and Richard Nixon held the first televised Presidential debates, in actuality, Hubert H. Humphrey and Kennedy met in a televised debate months earlier (during the 1960 Democratic Presidential Primaries). See more »

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Hard Times Come Again No More
Performed by Carol Caouette
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