Patriots, The

"The Patriots" is Sidney Kingsley's ("Men In White," "Dead End," "Detective Story") dramatic re-telling of the bitter discord between Thomas Jefferson and Alexander Hamilton in the early days of the Republic. The play focuses on the conflict between the political and social goals of these two brilliant men: Jefferson, the far-sighted and egalitarian-minded democrat and Hamilton, the short-tempered federalist with limited faith in the common man.

"A gutsy, real look at the conflict between Thomas Jefferson and Alexander Hamilton." - The New York Post

1976, Drama, 119 minutes, Color

Cast: Robert Murch, Phillip LeStrange, Ralph Clanton, Martha J. Brown, Stephen Johnson, Bradford Wallace, Bob Horen, Thomas Quimby, Ritch Brinkley, William Jay, Barbara Reid, Bette Oliver, Katherine Rao


Written by: Sidney Kingsley

Directed by: Roberta Strane


Produced by: Ken Campbell

Executive Producer: Jac Venza


A presentation of Thirteen/WNET New York, Theater In America 1976


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