1776 (1972) - (Movie Clip) Not Everyone Is From Boston
Ken Howard as Thomas Jefferson is suffering writer's block, visited by impatient Adams (William Daniels) and more philosophical Franklin (Howard Da Silva), but hopes rise when Martha Jefferson (Blythe Danner) arrives from Virginia, in Sherman Edwards' musical 1776, 1972.
1776 - (Original Trailer)
America's founding fathers work out their differences over the Declaration of Independence through song in the musical 1776 (1972).
1776 (1972) -- (Movie Clip) Lees Of Old Virginia
John Adams (WIlliam Daniels) and Benjamin Franklin (Howard Da Silva) hope to prevail upon the boisterous Richard Henry Lee (Ron Holgate) of Virginia to take up the cause for declaring independence, in Sherman Edwards' "The Lees of Old Virginia" from the musical 1776, 1972.
1776 (1972) -- (Movie Clip) He Plays The Violin
Martha Jefferson (Blythe Danner, her own vocal, not dubbed) leads Franklin (Howard Da Silva) and Adams (William Daniels) in Sherman Edwards' song about her husband Tom, in 1776, 1972.
1776 (1972) -- (Movie Clip) Sit Down, John!
Roaring opening scene featuring William Daniels (as John Adams), first with McNair (William Duell), then addressing the congress, from Jack L. Warner's final production, the musical 1776, 1972, directed by Peter H. Hunt, songs by Sherman Edwards.