We the People Trailer

We the People Trailer (2014)

"Three Words That Changed the World." 06 January 2014 History, Factual 44 mins

This powerful giant screen historical documentary is the story of America’s founding documents and the people who wrote, shaped and tested them.

Watch the official We the People 2014 trailer in HD below or find more We the People videos on Vidimovie.com.

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Cast

Morgan Freeman

as Narrator

Robert Shepherd

as Colonial Minister

John D. Bert

as John Adams

Kenny Rogers

as Narrator

Raleigh Dean Craighead

as Revolutionary War Solider

Kurt Grauf

as Revolutionary Soldier

Sam Edens

as Alexander Hamilton

Crew

John Altman

John Altman Executive Producer

Rebecca Boeshaar

Rebecca Boeshaar Associate Producer

Aimee Larrabee

Aimee Larrabee Executive Producer

Sarah Eckels McCoy

Sarah Eckels McCoy Associate Producer

Joseph Mandacina

Joseph Mandacina Cinematography

International Releases Dates

United States 06 January 2014

Production Companies

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