Backstairs at the White House Trailer

Backstairs at the White House Trailer (1979)

29 January 1979 Drama, History, TV Movie 540 mins

Behind the scenes at the White House during eight administrations, as told by the people who work there.

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Cast

Olivia Cole

as Maggie Rogers

Leslie Uggams

as Lillian Rogers Parks

Louis Gossett, Jr.

as Houseman Levi Mercer

Robert Hooks

as Chief Barber John Mays

Leslie Nielsen

as Ike Hoover

Cloris Leachman

as Mrs. Jaffray

Paul Winfield

as Emmett Rogers Sr.

Julie Harris

as Mrs. Helen 'Nellie' Taft

Victor Buono

as President William Howard Taft

Robert Vaughn

as President Woodrow Wilson

Kim Hunter

as Mrs. Ellen Wilson

Claire Bloom

as Mrs. Edith Galt Wilson

Celeste Holm

as Mrs. Florence Harding

George Kennedy

as President Warren G. Harding

Ed Flanders

as President Calvin Coolidge

Lee Grant

as Mrs. Grace Coolidge

International Releases Dates

United States 29 January 1979

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