Filename.............: Live On Broadway - FDR - Robert Vaughn.avi
A one man stage play based almost entirely on Roosevelt’s Presidency, the play covers all they key moments and some of the best one-liners FDR was famous for. Accessible to the layman, the play DOES assume a certain knowledge on the part of the viewer of the FDR presidency. However, even the hard-bitten FDR scholar will discover nuances and quotes herein that may be new to them. Written from the point of view of FDR, the play is of course very sympathetic to his political views and interpretations of political reality.
The DVD is from Kultur films (http://estore.websitepros.com/1652646/Detail.bok?no=172) which has the largest collection of filmed theater performances of which I am aware. Those having a love of live theater – from Drama to Musicals to Opera – would be well advised to visit their website and peruse the dozens of filmed live performances they have available. Additionally, many are available from Netflix.
Robert Francis Vaughn (born November 22, 1932) is an American actor noted for stage, film and television work. He is perhaps best known as suave spy Napoleon Solo in the 1960's TV series The Man from U.N.C.L.E.. Other famous roles include the villainous Ross Webster in Superman III, Lee in The Magnificent Seven and con artist Albert Stroller in the British drama Hustle.
Finally, for those needing a quick brush-up on the political career of FDR, here is the Wikipedia link: