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The conclusion of a two-part biopic, Eleanor Roosevelt continues to recall the life of her husband, President Franklin D. Roosevelt, starting from his election to the White House all the way through the end of his life. Roosevelt faces many challenges during his time in the Oval Office including the Great Depression, World War II, and an illness that leaves him paralyzed from the waist down. Written by
Todays film makers should all be made to view this production. Without a single curse word, car chase, or sex scene, this flawless series does credit to all concerned.It is difficult to single out any member of this work for every element of it is exemplary.It simply entertains at every level, while giving a true history lesson. Every person involved in this gem must be very proud,and with every justification.
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