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|Named Person:||George Washington; Henry Knox; Abigail Adams; Benedict Arnold; Benjamin Franklin; Charles Cornwallis Cornwallis, Marquis; John Armstrong|
|Material Type:||Animation, Juvenile audience, Videorecording|
|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Brian Ward; Annette Bening; Dustin Hoffman; Arnold Schwarzenegger; Aaron Carter; Yolanda King; Tom Poston; Warren Buffett; Barry Zito; Shout! Factory (Firm); DIC Entertainment (Firm)
|Notes:||Title from container.
"The incredible world of DIC."
Guest starring Dustin Hoffman as Benedict Arnold, Arnold Schwarznegger as Varon Von Steuben, Aaron Carter as Joseph Plumb Martin, Annette Bening as Abigail Adams, Yolanda King as Elizabeth Freeman/Mum Bett, Tom Poston as John Ashley, Warren Buffet as James Madison, Barry Zito as Maj. John Armstrong.
Originally produced for television in 2002.
Includes bonus features : A look back at Liberty's Kids with the creators, Benjamin Franklin's newsbytes, continental cartoons, now and then, mystery guest game.
Disc six 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), Dustin Hoffman (Benedict Arnold), 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).|
|Target Audience:||General audiences.|
|Description:||1 videodisc (144 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Details:||DVD ; NTSC.|
|Contents:||James Armistead --
Born free and equal --
Man who wouldn't be king --
Going home --
We the people.
|Other Titles:||James Armistead.
Born free and equal.
The man who wouldn't be king.
We the people.
Liberty's kids (Television program)
|Responsibility:||DIC Entertainment Corp.|
Episode 36, "Yorktown : Moses' brother, Cato, a soldier on the British side, is sent into harm's way by Cornwallis and is aided by a sympathetic Hessian soldier. Sarah, James and Henri witness the long siege and victory at Yorktown. It's a huge victory for the Americans, but Washington is not yet convinced the war is over"--From pamphlet.
Episode 37, "Born free and equal : Sarah, staying with Abigail Adams in Boston, is thrilled to see Mum Bett freed and resolves to fight for civil rights. In France, Ben Franklin hopes that news of Yorktown will convince King George to surrender to his former colonies. James finds himself in a tight spot as he digs deeper for the whole story"--From pamphlet.
Episode 38, "The man who wouldn't be king : In Newburgh, New York, some members of Washington's officer corps want him to become King, but Washington puts down the revolt. James tells Sarah and Henri the story of the attempted military coup, and the three kids journey to Maryland to see Washington offer his resignation to Congress"--From pamphlet.
Episode 39, "Going home : Sarah goes to New York to get the story of the fate of the loyalists. Moses helps Cato travel to New York, where Cato departs for Nova Scotia with Mrs Radcliffe. James reports on Shays and the discontent of the former soldiers--and resolves to own and run his own newspaper. Lafayette invites Henri to live with him in France. Ben, accompanied by Sarah's mother, returns from Europe to a triumphant reception in Philadelphia"--From pamphlet.
Episode 40, "We the people : Delegates from each state meet once again in Philadelphia to draft a radical new Constitution. Moses resolves to open a school for free black children, Sarah's father joins the family from Ohio, and everyone looks forward to their new lives in the United States of America"--From pamphlet.
- Washington, George, -- 1732-1799 -- Juvenile fiction.
- Knox, Henry, -- 1750-1806 -- Juvenile fiction.
- Adams, Abigail, -- 1744-1818 -- Juvenile fiction.
- Arnold, Benedict, -- 1741-1801 -- Juvenile fiction.
- Franklin, Benjamin, -- 1706-1790 -- Juvenile fiction.
- Cornwallis, Charles Cornwallis, -- Marquis, -- 1738-1805 -- Juvenile fiction.
- Armstrong, John, -- 1717-1795.
- United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783 -- Juvenile fiction.
- United States -- History -- Confederation, 1783-1789 -- Juvenile fiction.
- Animated television programs.
- Historical television programs.
- Children's television programs.