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The Roosevelt Story
The Roosevelt Story
is a 1947 American documentary film written and directed by Lawrence M. Klee. The film is a documentary about the private and public life of Franklin D. Roosevelt. The film was narrated by Ed Begley, Gene Blakely, Kelly Flint, Canada Lee
Canada Lee
and Kenneth Lynch. The film was released on August 30, 1947, by United Artists.[1]

Contents

1 Plot 2 Cast 3 References 4 External links

Plot[edit]

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Cast[edit]

Ed Begley
Ed Begley
as Narrator Gene Blakely as Narrator Kelly Flint as Narrator Canada Lee
Canada Lee
as Narrator Kenneth Lynch as Narrator

References[edit]

^ " The Roosevelt Story
The Roosevelt Story
(1947) - Overview - TCM.com". Turner Classic Movies. Retrieved 15 October 2014. 

External links[edit]

The Roosevelt Story
The Roosevelt Story
on IMDb

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Franklin D. Roosevelt

32nd President of the United States
President of the United States
(1933–1945) 44th Governor of New York
Governor of New York
(1929–1932) Assistant Secretary of the Navy
Assistant Secretary of the Navy
(1913–1920) New York State Senator (1911–1913)

Presidency

Inaugurations (1st 2nd 3rd 4th) New Deal

overview New Deal
New Deal
coalition First 100 days Second New Deal

Federal Emergency Relief Administration Civilian Conservation Corps Agricultural Adjustment Administration Emergency Banking Act Tennessee Valley Authority National Labor Relations Act National Industry Recovery Act

Public Works Administration National Recovery Administration

Works Progress Administration

National Youth Administration

Social Security Act

Aid to Families with Dependent Children

Communications Act of 1934

Federal Communications Commission

Securities and Exchange Commission Monetary gold ownership

Gold Reserve Act Silver seizure

Record on civil rights

Defense industry non-discrimination Fair Employment Practices Commission

Indian Reorganization Act Executive Orders 9066, 9102

War Relocation Authority Japanese American internment German-American internment Italian-American internment

Brownlow Committee Executive Office of the President G.I. Bill
G.I. Bill
of Rights Cullen–Harrison Act Roerich Pact Four Freedoms

Four Freedoms
Four Freedoms
Monument

Black Cabinet Jefferson's Birthday
Jefferson's Birthday
holiday Judicial Court-Packing Bill Federal Judicial appointments

Supreme Court

Cabinet "Brain Trust" Modern Oval Office Official car Criticism

Presidential Foreign policy

Banana Wars

U.S. occupation of Nicaragua, 1912–1933 U.S. occupation of Haiti, 1915–1934

Good Neighbor Policy (1933–1945) Montevideo Convention
Montevideo Convention
(1933) Second London Naval Treaty (1936) ABCD line (1940) Export Control Act Four Policemen Lend-Lease 1940 Selective Service Act Atlantic Charter
Atlantic Charter
(1941) Military history of the United States during World War II

Home front during World War II Combined Munitions Assignments Board War Production Board

Declaration by United Nations
Declaration by United Nations
(1942)

Dumbarton Oaks Conference

World War II
World War II
conferences Quebec Agreement Europe first Morgentau Plan support

Presidential speeches

Commonwealth Club Address Madison Square Garden speech "Four Freedoms" Infamy Speech Arsenal of Democracy "...is fear itself" Fireside chats "Look to Norway" Quarantine Speech "The More Abundant Life" Second Bill of Rights State of the Union Address (1934 1938 1939 1940 1941 1945)

Other events

Early life, education, career Warm Springs Institute Governorship of New York Business Plot Assassination attempt

Elections

New York state election, 1928 1930 Democratic National Convention, 1920 1924 1932 1936 1940 1944 United States presidential election, 1920 1932

theme song

1936 1940 1944

Life and homes

Early life and education

Groton School

"Springwood" birthplace, home, and gravesite Campobello home Paralytic illness Top Cottage Little White House, Warm Springs, Georgia

Legacy

Presidential Library and Museum

Roosevelt Institute Roosevelt Institute
Roosevelt Institute
Campus Network

Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial Roosevelt Island

Four Freedoms
Four Freedoms
Park

White House Roosevelt Room Roosevelt Study Center Four Freedoms
Four Freedoms
Award Four Freedoms
Four Freedoms
paintings Unfinished portrait U.S. Postage stamps Roosevelt dime Films

The Roosevelt Story
The Roosevelt Story
1947 Sunrise at Campobello
Sunrise at Campobello
1960 Eleanor and Franklin 1976, The White House Years 1977 World War II: When Lions Roared Warm Springs 2005 Hyde Park on Hudson
Hyde Park on Hudson
2012 The Roosevelts 2014 documentary

Other namesakes

Roosevelt family Delano family

Anna Eleanor Roosevelt
Eleanor Roosevelt
(wife) Anna Eleanor Roosevelt
Eleanor Roosevelt
(daughter) James Roosevelt
James Roosevelt
II (son) Elliott Roosevelt
Elliott Roosevelt
(son) Franklin Delano Roosevelt Jr.
Franklin Delano Roosevelt Jr.
(son) John Aspinwall Roosevelt II (son) Eleanor Roosevelt
Eleanor Roosevelt
Seagraves (granddaughter) Curtis Roosevelt
Curtis Roosevelt
(grandson) Sara Delano Roosevelt (granddaughter) Franklin Delano Roosevelt III
Franklin Delano Roosevelt III
(grandson) John Roosevelt Boettiger
John Roosevelt Boettiger
(grandson) James Roosevelt
James Roosevelt
III (grandson) James Roosevelt
James Roosevelt
I (father) Sara Ann Delano (mother) James Roosevelt
James Roosevelt
Roosevelt (half-brother) Isaac Roosevelt (grandfather) Jacobus Roosevelt (great-grandfather) Fala (family dog)

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