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Johnny Tremain
Hal Stalmaster and Luana Patten




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Based on the classic young adult novel by Esther Forbes, JOHNNY TREMAIN is both educational and entertaining. Johnny is a young and eager silversmith's apprentice in the colonial period who must find another job after an accident maims his hand. But before he can, he is swept into the struggle for independence, becoming a first-hand witness to the major events leading up to the Revolutionary War. He takes part in the Boston Tea Party, and soon afterward fights in the initial battles at Lexington and Concord, meeting such luminaries as Sam Adams and Paul Revere. JOHNNY TREMAIN explores the efforts that gained America independence through the eyes of a young man, thereby becoming an exciting and edifying look at that important historical period.

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Overview

Based on the classic young adult novel by Esther Forbes, JOHNNY TREMAIN is both educational and entertaining. Johnny is a young and eager silversmith's apprentice in the colonial period who must find another job after an accident maims his hand. But before he can, he is swept into the struggle for independence, becoming a first-hand witness to the major events leading up to the Revolutionary War. He takes part in the Boston Tea Party, and soon afterward fights in the initial battles at Lexington and Concord, meeting such luminaries as Sam Adams and Paul Revere. JOHNNY TREMAIN explores the efforts that gained America independence through the eyes of a young man, thereby becoming an exciting and edifying look at that important historical period.

Main Cast & Crew

Robert Stevenson - Director
Hal Stalmaster
Luana Patten
Jeff York
Sebastian Cabot
Richard Beymer
Walter Sande
Rusty Lane
Whit Bissell
Will Wright
Virginia Christine

 

Details

DVD Format
  • Format: DVD
  • Run Time: 80
  • Color Format: Color
  • UPC: 786936278927
  • Genre: Drama
  • Rating: Not Rated
  • Release Date: August 2005

Related Categories:
Movies > Dramas

Related Keywords:
Children
American History

 

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