Type
Scripted
Premiered
Mar. 16, 2008
Status
Canceled/Ended
Runtime
70 min.
Country
USA

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John Adams

Based on the Pulitzer prize winning book by David McCullough, John Adams chronicles the life of this remarkable historical figure, a man whose fiercely independent spirit, reverence for the rule of law, and commitment to personal liberty profoundly influenced the values on which the U.S. was founded...

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01x07 Part 7 - Peacefield Aired: Apr. 20, 2008

In retirement, John Adams begins to write his memoirs and works on mending his relationship with Thomas Jefferson through a series of correspondence. …

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The show had 1 season and 7 episodes air in 2008.

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  • Goof (factual errors): The Second Episode "Independence" of the series has the "First Congress" meeting in 1775. They actually met briefly in 1774. It was the "Second Continental Congress who…
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    Goof (factual errors): The Second Episode "Independence" of the series has the "First Congress" meeting in 1775. They actually met briefly in 1774. It was the "Second Continental Congress who met in 1775 and STAYED in session until 1781 (the end of the war).
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  • Goof (factual errors): During the scenes in England, the Guards at the Palace are wearing the wrong type of coat. All three of the British Regiments of Foot Guards, who guarded the Royal…
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    Goof (factual errors): During the scenes in England, the Guards at the Palace are wearing the wrong type of coat. All three of the British Regiments of Foot Guards, who guarded the Royal Household, would have worn red coats faced with blue, not white as is shown in the film. The chevrons of lace on the lower sleeves are also incorrect, and are of the type worn by cavalry at the time.
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  • Goof (factual errors): Thomas Jefferson's last words were "Is it the Fourth?" to which the reply was actually more along the lines of "Not yet, Mr. President, but it soon will be." His last…
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    Goof (factual errors): Thomas Jefferson's last words were "Is it the Fourth?" to which the reply was actually more along the lines of "Not yet, Mr. President, but it soon will be." His last words were uttered not on July 4th, but the waning hours of July 3rd. He died unconscious on the Fourth.
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