[New York, NY] : A&E Television Networks : Distributed by New Video, 
2 videodiscs (ca. 188 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in ISBN/ISSN:
1422939340, 9781422939345, Language:
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First mothers is based on the book by Time Magazine correspondent Bonnie Angelo
Narrator for All the presidents' wives, Stuart Nelson
Originally broadcast on the History Channel in 2002 and 2004
All the presidents' wives: An in-depth look at America's First Ladies - from Martha Washington to Mary Todd Lincoln to Eleanor Roosevelt to Jacqueline Kennedy to Hillary Clinton. Each segment offers an engaging portrait of the woman. These women have held one of the most enigmatic, yet high-profile, jobs in the country
First mothers: Chronicles the life stories of Sara Delano Roosevelt, Rose Kennedy, Hannah Milhous Nixon, Nelle Reagan, Virginia Clinton, and Dorothy and Barbara Bush - the women whose guidance and wisdom shaped the most powerful men in the world
DVD; Dolby Digital stereo
All the presidents' wives / First mothers /
produced by Greystone Communications, Inc. for A&E Network ; producer/writer, Martin Gillam -- produced by Weller/Grossman Productions, Inc. for History ; producer/writer, Julia Silverton
Related Searches: Presidents' spouses -- United StatesMarried people -- United StatesMothers of presidents -- United StatesMothers and sons -- United StatesDocumentary television programsHistorical television programsNonfiction television programsDVDAdded--20090612 advd
Additional Credits: Nelson, StuartAngelo, BonnieGillam, MartinSilverton, JuliaGreystone CommunicationsArts and Entertainment NetworkWeller/Grossman ProductionsHistory Channel (Television network)New Video Group
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