Talk:Cultural depictions of George Washington

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Films[edit]

It'll be a while before I can really shift through the IMDb pages, so I might not be able to get too much done on this page for at least little while. --YankeeDoodle14 22:21, 27 October 2006 (UTC)

IMDb Refinements[edit]

I've refined the former list to sort the items into movies, miniseries, and TV movies. YankeeDoodle14

Movies[edit]

Thomas Carnahan Jr. (Little George Washington) . . . Passing Parade, The (1912)

Bryan C. Cunning (George Washington) . . . Pursuit of Honor: The Rise of George Washington (2006)

Denzel Delahoussaye ("George Washington") . . . Manchurian Candidate, The (2004)

Aaron Edwards (George Washington) . . . Are We Civilized? (1934)

Richard Gaines (I) (Col. George Washington) . . . Unconquered (1947)

George Houston (George Washington) . . . Howards of Virginia, The (1940)

Claude King (I) (George Washington) . . . Servant of the People: The Story of the Constitution of the United States (1937)

Tony King (I) (Sergeant George Washington) . . . Ultimo cacciatore, L' (1980)

Duke R. Lee (George Washington) . . . In the Days of Daniel Boone (1923)

Montagu Love (Gen. George Washington) . . . Remarkable Andrew, The (1942)

George MacQuarrie (I) (George Washington) . . . Beautiful Mrs. Reynolds, The (1918)

George MacQuarrie (I) (George Washington) . . . Betsy Ross (1917)

Charles G. Martin (George Washington) . . . Williamsburg: The Story of a Patriot (1957)

Michael McGuire (I) (George Washington) . . . More Perfect Union: America Becomes a Nation, A (1989)

Charles Miller (IV) (George Washington) . . . Meet the Chump (1941)

Sidney Miller (I) (George Washington) . . . Silk Hat Kid (1935)

Alan Mowbray (George Washington) . . . Alexander Hamilton (1931)

Alan Mowbray (George Washington) . . . Phantom President, The (1932)

Alan Mowbray (Gen. George Washington) . . . Where Do We Go from Here? (1945)

Mark Muller (George Washington) . . . In the General's Secret Service (2002) (V)

Mark Muller (Young George Washington) . . . Washington: Man and Myth (1999) (V)

Logan Paul (George Washington) . . . Flag of Freedom, The (1913)

Lew Payton (George Washington, Fentridge Butler) . . . On Such a Night (1937)

Jerry Potter (George Washington) . . . Wild Wild West (1999)

Zack Rexine (George Washington) . . . Show, The (2002)

Sebastian Roché (George Washington) . . . George Washington: Man of Decision (2006)

Michael Rothhaar (George Washington) . . . When the Forest Ran Red: Washington, Braddock & a Doomed Army (2001) (V)

James Seay (Col. George Washington) . . . When the Redskins Rode (1951)

Arthur Vinton (George Washington) . . . Gateway to the West (1924)

Isaiah Washington (I) (George Washington) . . . Dancing in September (2000)

Steven Weber (I) (Jack Stone/George Washington) . . . Reefer Madness: The Movie Musical (2005)

William Worthington (George Washington) . . . Marry the Girl (1937)

William Worthington (Gen. George Washington) . . . Spy, The (1914)

TV Shows[edit]

Mike Brick (Young George Washington) . . . "Voyagers!" (1982) {Merry Christmas, Bogg (#1.11)} TV Series
Rodney Bunker (George Washington) . . . "Hawkeye and the Last of the Mohicans" (1957) {Washington Story (#1.25)} TV Series Mark Collins (VIII) (George Washington) . . . "Revolution, The" (2006) TV Series
Stephen Collins (I) (George Washington) . . . "7th Heaven" (1996) {Don't Speak Ill of the Living or the Dead (#8.15)} TV Series
Gelbert Coloma (George Washington #3) . . . "Spin City" (1996) {A Tree Falls in Manhattan (#6.2)} TV Series
Russ Conway (I) (Gen. George Washington) . . . "You Are There" (1953) {Washington Crosses the Delaware (December 25, 1776) (#4.15)} TV Series
Stephen Courtleigh (George Washington) . . . "Daniel Boone" (1964) {Ken-Tuck-E (#1.1)} TV Series
Albert Dekker (George Washington) . . . "Pulitzer Prize Playhouse" (1950) {Valley Forge (#1.21)} TV Series
Peter Donat (George Washington) . . . "Voyagers!" (1982) {Merry Christmas, Bogg (#1.11)} TV Series
Robert Douglas (I) (George Washington) . . . "Alcoa Presents: One Step Beyond" (1959) {Night of Decision (#3.21)} TV Series
Will Geer (President George Washington) . . . "Bewitched" (1964) {George Washington Zapped Here: Part 2 (#8.22)} TV Series
Michael Gough (II) (George Washington) . . . "Time Squad" (2001) {Betsy Ross Flies Her Freak Flag} TV Series
Michael Gough (II) (George Washington) . . . "Time Squad" (2001) {Father Figure of Our Country} TV Series
Kelsey Grammer (George Washington) . . . "Biography" (1987) {Benedict Arnold} TV Series
Nick Jameson (Troop 2/George Washington) . . . "Time Squad" (2001) {Recruitment Ad} TV Series
Walter Woolf King (George Washington) . . . "Munsters, The" (1964) {Munster Masquerade (#1.1)} TV Series James Luisi (George Washington) . . . First Ladies Diaries: Martha Washington (1975) (TV)
Howard St. John (Gen. George Washington) . . . "Sunday Showcase" (1959) {Our American Heritage: The Secret Rebel} TV Series


Creased Comics[edit]

Does the video that Brad Neely made have a place in this list? I know it's pretty silly (or hilarious. It just depends) but it is a cultural representation of Washington. It's also pretty popular. According to its YouTube site, its got well over 2 million views. Just a thought. Nicklefish 01:27, 20 March 2007 (UTC)


Three centuries?[edit]

Changed first sentence from "George Washington has inspired artistic and cultural works for nearly three centuries."
Three centuries ago would be 1708, George Washington was born 1732, presumably did not "inspire" any "artistic or cultural works" until he reached adulthood and a certain degree of fame, George Washington has a picture of him with the caption "The earliest known portrait of Washington, painted in 1772 by Charles Willson Peale..." -- 201.17.36.246 (talk) 07:06, 13 July 2008 (UTC)

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