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William Daniels, Howard Da Silva, Ken Howard, Blythe Danner View All


Peter Stone (Screenplay), Peter H. Hunt (Director) View All

Release: Nov. 9th, 1972
Runtime: 2 hours, 22 minutes
The film focuses on the representatives of the Thirteen original colonies who participated in the Second Continental Congress. 1776 depicts the three months of deliberation (and, oftentimes, acrimonious debate) that led up to the signing of one of the most important documents in the History of the United States, the Declaration of Independence.
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I know the musical fans on these boards are few and far in between, but this question has been nagging at me all weekend and I thought I would bring it here. In the movie, there are several scenes wh...

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The musical centers on soon to be second President, John Adams, who according to this musical was a tireless but obnoxious advocate for the thirteen colonies independence from Great Britain and it was his zeal for this cause that led him to being central to the creation of the Declaration of Indepen....


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