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|Named Person:||Paul Revere; Phillis Wheatley; Abigail Adams; Benedict Arnold; Patrick Henry; William Dawes; Abigail Adams; Benedict Arnold; William Dawes; Patrick Henry; Paul Revere; Phillis Wheatley|
|Material Type:||Animation, Elementary and junior high school, Videorecording|
|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Brian Ward; Annette Bening; Billy Crystal; Michael Douglas; Sylvester Stallone; Dustin Hoffman; Shout! Factory (Firm); DIC Entertainment (Firm)
|Notes:||Title from container.
"The incredible world of DIC."
Guest starring Annette Bening as Abigail Adams, Billy Crystal as John Adams, Michael Douglas as Patrick Henry, Sylvester Stallone as Paul Revere, and Dustin Hoffman as Benedict Arnold.
Originally produced for television in 2002.
Includes bonus features : "Midnight ride" original pencil test, Benjamin Franklin's newsbytes, continental cartoons, now and then, mystery guest game.
Disc one of a 6 disc set: Liberty's kids : the complete series.
|Credits:||Producer, Brian Ward ; package supervision, Joe Garcia ; package design, AimeÌe Macauley, Commodi-T.|
|Cast:||Annette Bening (Abigail Adams), Billy Crystal (John Adams), Michael Douglas (Patrick Henry), Sylvester Stallone (Paul Revere), Dustin Hoffman (Benedict Arnold).|
|Target Audience:||General audiences.|
|Description:||1 videodisc (168 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Contents:||Boston Tea Party --
Intolerable acts --
United we stand --
Liberty or death --
Midnight ride --
Shot heard round the world --
Green Mountain boys.
|Other Titles:||Boston Tea Party.
United we stand.
Liberty or death.
Shot heard round the world.
Green mountain boys.
Liberty's kids (Television program)
|Responsibility:||DIC Entertainment Corp.|
Episode 2, "The intolerable acts : In response to the Boston Tea Party, the British occupy Boston. Moses, James, Sarah, and Henri hide at poet Phillis Wheatley's House where some of His Majesty's soldiers are being quartered, and Sarah is confronted with the horror of slavery for the first time"--Pamphlet.
Episode 3, "United we stand : Moses lets James report on Congress, and after a British sailor is "tarred and feathered," James learns about the ugliness of mob rule, when emotions get in the way of compassion. Sarah and Henri meet Abigail Adams and travel with her to bring supplies to the occupied city of Boston"--Pamphlet.
Episode 4, "Liberty or death : James, Sarah, Henri and Moses travel to Virginia, where they witness Patrick Henry's speech. Moses is shocked to find his brother, Cato, on the slave auction block and risks his own freedom to rescue him"--Pamphlet.
Episode 5, "Midnight ride : Sarah and James travel to Boston to deliver a message to patriot leader Dr. Joseph Warren and ride with the famous messengers Paul Revere and William Dawes as they spread the word that 'the British are coming!'"--Pamphlet.
Episode 6, "The shot heard round the world : James observing on the Minutemen--citizens taking up arms to fight the British Redcoats--and Sarah, falling in with the British forces, report from both sides on the "shot heard from round the world" at Concord Bridge"--Pamphlet.
Episode 7, "Green mountain boys : James heads to the Grants to cover the story of the settlers' struggle ; Sarah goes hoping to find a place in the Green Mountains for her family to settle ; and Henri just wants to find maple syrup. Sarah and James witness the capture of the fort, and Sarah befriends Benedict Arnold, whom she instantly respects"--Pamphlet.
- Revere, Paul, -- 1735-1818 -- Juvenile fiction.
- Wheatley, Phillis, -- 1753-1784 -- Juvenile fiction.
- Adams, Abigail, -- 1744-1818 -- Juvenile fiction.
- Arnold, Benedict, -- 1741-1801 -- Juvenile fiction.
- Henry, Patrick, -- 1736-1799 -- Juvenile fiction.
- Dawes, William, -- 1745-1799 -- Juvenile fiction.
- Minutemen (Militia) -- United States -- Juvenile fiction.
- United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783 -- Juvenile fiction.
- Boston Tea Party, Boston, Mass., 1773 -- Juvenile fiction.
- Fort Ticonderoga (N.Y.) -- Juvenile fiction.
- Animated television programs.
- Historical television programs.
- Children's television programs.
- Adams, Abigail, -- 1744-1818.
- Arnold, Benedict, -- 1741-1801.
- Dawes, William, -- 1745-1799.
- Henry, Patrick, -- 1736-1799.
- Revere, Paul, -- 1735-1818.
- Wheatley, Phillis, -- 1753-1784.
- Minutemen (Militia)
- New York (State) -- Fort Ticonderoga.
- United States.