American Presidents are frequently portrayed in films, either as the main subject or in the background of historical pieces. Because Theodore Roosevelt was so colorful and interesting, it is not surprising that he has been depicted several times in both comedies and dramas. Steve Crone will facilitate a review and critique of several actors brave enough to tackle the role of “the most interesting man in the world,” including Tom Berenger, Brian Keith and Robin Williams … and we will discuss a project in the planning stage. Does Leonardo DiCaprio have the right stuff to portray a young, pre-presidential TR? This meeting will include film clips and popcorn … plan now to join us for a special evening with “TR on Screen”!
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