TV Movie | TV-14 | | Drama
20 October 2016 | sddavis63 (firstname.lastname@example.org)
9 | A Bit Biased, But With Superb Performances And A Good Reflection On Both Reagan and Hinckley
This movie has an obvious bias, and portrays Ronald Reagan in a very favourable light. That shouldn't come as too ...
Jerry Parr was a 9-year-old boy when his father took him to see the movie Code of the Secret Service (1939) starring Ronald Reagan as dashing agent Brass Bancroft. The film inspired Jerry Parr to join the U.S. Secret Service, and he was widely credited with saving Reagan's life during the 1981 ... ...
When the Hinckleys are at their table eating, we see a Pepsi bottle with a 21st-century logo. It's quite different from the one used in 1981.