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|Genre/forme :||Juvenile fiction
|Personne nommée :||Abigail Adams; Benedict Arnold; Benjamin Franklin; Thomas Jefferson; John Adams; Bernardo de Gálvez; Nathanael Greene; John Paul Jones; George Rogers Clark; Charles Cornwallis Cornwallis, Marquis|
|Type d’ouvrage :||Animation, Public jeunesse, Enregistrement vidéo|
|Format :||Matériel visuel|
|Tous les auteurs / collaborateurs :||
Brian Ward; Liam Neeson; Mario Kreutzberger; H Norman Schwarzkopf; Annette Bening; Billy Crystal; Dustin Hoffman; Maria Shriver; Ben Stiller; Whoopi Goldberg; Shout! Factory (Firm); DIC Entertainment (Firm)
|ISBN :||9781603991315 160399131X|
|Numéro OCLC :||276771431|
|Notes :||Title from container.
"The incredible world of DIC."
Guest starring Liam Neeson as John Paul Jones, Don Francisco as Gov. Bernardo de Galvez, H. Norman Schwarzkopf as Col. George Rogers Clark, Annette Bening as Abigail Adams, Billy Crystal as John Adams, Dustin Hoffman as Benedict Arnold, Maria Shriver as Peggy Shippen, Ben Stiller as Thomas Jefferson, Whoopi Goldberg as Deborah Samson.
Originally produced for television in 2002.
Includes bonus features : Benjamin Franklin's newsbytes, Continental cartoons, Now and then, Mystery guest game.
Disc five of a 6 disc set: Liberty's kids : the complete series.
|Crédits :||Producer, Brian Ward ; package supervision, Joe Garcia ; package design, AimeÌe Macauley, Commodi-T.|
|Distribution :||Liam Neeson (John Paul Jones), Don Francisco (Gov. Bernardo de Galvez), H. Norman Schwarzkopf (Col. George Rogers Clark), Annette Bening (Abigail Adams), Billy Crystal (John Adams), Dustin Hoffman (Benedict Arnold), Maria Shriver (Peggy Shippen), Ben Stiller (Thomas Jefferson), Whoopi Goldberg (Deborah Samson), Arnold Schwarzeneggar (Baron Von Steuben), Aaron Carter (Joseph Plumb Martin), Yolanda King (Elizabeth Freeman / Mum Bett), Tom Poston (John Ashley), Warren Buffet (James Madison), Barry Zito (Maj. John Armstrong).|
|Public cible :||General audiences.|
|Description :||1 videodisc (168 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Détails :||DVD ; NTSC.|
|Contenu :||Not yet begun to fight --
Great Galvez --
In praise of Ben --
Benedict Arnold --
Conflict in the south --
Deborah Samson : soldier of the revolution.
|Autres titres :||Not yet begun to fight
The great Galvez
In Praise of Ben
Conflict in the south
Deborah Samson - soldier of the revolution.
Liberty's kids (Television program)
|Responsabilité :||DIC Entertainment Corp.|
Episode 29, "The great Galvez : Sarah is in London with her mother and is having doubts about belonging there. In the end, she finally decides she is an American. Meanwhile, James and Henri are traveling a long way to give a letter to Galvez, but come across some British soldiers. Will they stop them and find the letter?"--From pamphlet.
Episode 30, "In praise of Ben : Sarah returns to Philadelphia and is reunited with Moses, James, and Henri. Henri gets into a scrape with a Tory boy when the Tory makes disparaging comments about Ben Franklin. Sarah, James and Moses tell the boys about Franklin's discoveries, inventions, writings and other accomplishments that have made him one of the world's greatest men"--From pamphlet.
Episode 31, "Bostonians : Sarah and Henri join the Adams family in Massachusetts just as John and his son, John Quincy, return from France and are reunited with Abigail. John is asked to write the Massachusetts Constitution. James travels to New York, where he meets Joseph Brant, a chief of the Iroquois Confederacy, and learns firsthand about atrocities committed by Iroquois and Americans alike"--From pamphlet.
Episode 32, "Benedict Arnold : James, Sarah, and Henri are present when Benedict Arnold tries to hand West Point over to the British. Arnold's plot is uncovered, however, when his accomplice Major Andre is captured. Sarah, especially is upset by her former friend's treason"--From pamphlet.
Episode 33, "Conflict in the south : James and Henri follow General Nathaniel Greene's campaign as he tries to win the hearts and minds of the Southern populace by leading Corwallis on a six-month chase that exhausts the British troops. Cornwallis moves into Virginia where Governor Thomas Jefferson is forced by Benedict Arnold to abandon the Governor's residence in Richmond"--From pamphlet.
Episode 34, "Deborah Samson - soldier of the revolution : Sarah meets the courageous Deborah Samson, who masquerades as a man so she can fight with the Continental Army. James and Henri witness a disagreement between Washington and French General Rochambeau on whether to try to retake New York or move south against Cornwallis"--From pamphlet.
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- Adams, Abigail, -- 1744-1818 -- Juvenile fiction.
- Arnold, Benedict, -- 1741-1801 -- Juvenile fiction.
- Franklin, Benjamin, -- 1706-1790 -- Juvenile fiction.
- Jefferson, Thomas, -- 1743-1826 -- Juvenile fiction.
- Adams, John, -- 1735-1826 -- Juvenile fiction.
- Gálvez, Bernardo de, -- 1746-1786 -- Juvenile fiction.
- Greene, Nathanael, -- 1742-1786 -- Juvenile fiction.
- Jones, John Paul, -- 1747-1792 -- Juvenile fiction.
- Clark, George Rogers, -- 1752-1818 -- Juvenile fiction.
- Cornwallis, Charles Cornwallis, -- Marquis, -- 1738-1805 -- Juvenile fiction.
- Iroquois Confederacy.
- United States. -- Continental Army.
- United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783 -- Juvenile films.
- United States -- History -- Confederation, 1783-1789 -- Juvenile fiction.
- West Point (N.Y.) -- Juvenile fiction.
- Animated television programs.
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- Children's television programs.