Samuel Adams (2014)

Never, in the 60 year history of the Television Industry has anyone ever placed on the screen the magnificent true story of the beginnings of America. This epic does that with its riots. ... See full summary »

Director:

Francis Kilduff

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Cast

Credited cast:
Yasin Ajani Yasin Ajani ... Town Crier
John Alexander John Alexander ... British Officer
Anthony Allen Anthony Allen ... Ships Officer
Lydia Baikalova Lydia Baikalova ... Queen
Reginald Ballard ... Son of Liberty #2
Stephen Beal Stephen Beal ... General Gage
Mark Bean Mark Bean ... Isreal Putnam
Filippo Bellucci Filippo Bellucci ... Lord North
Bland Brifkani Bland Brifkani ... Officer 2
Bland Brikani Bland Brikani ... Officer #2
Seth Burnahm Seth Burnahm ... Local
Myles Claude Myles Claude ... Member
Jack E. Curenton ... Samuel Adams
Ronald Duthweiler Ronald Duthweiler ... John Adams
Jeremy Ebenstein Jeremy Ebenstein ... Will Molineaux
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Storyline

Never, in the 60 year history of the Television Industry has anyone ever placed on the screen the magnificent true story of the beginnings of America. This epic does that with its riots. battles, intrigues, fears, courage and political brilliance. Samuel Adams was an ardent revolutionary who began the writings, the leadership, the fierce determination to overthrow King George. Set in the 1770's this 2 hour made-for-television drama is rich in the detail of this era, huge in scope and exact in historical telling. Written by Francis Kilduff

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A Tale of Revolution

Genres:

Drama

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Official Sites:

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

Company Credits

Production Co:

Geezer Films See more »
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Technical Specs

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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