If you haven't seen it, you should.
I would suggest seeing it before
"The Adams Chronicles."
Although the CGI and elaboration is
much grander in the HBO series over the
Masterpiece Theatre series, but then its a 30
year time difference in technology.
Plus the chronicles talks about the different
generations of Adams in 13 episodes.
John beginning as a lawyer, congress, president.
John Quincy as secretary of state, president, congress,
all the way to Charles who operated the
My mom is a huge Abigal and John Adam's
fanatic. She knows a lot...
So in turn I have learned from her, her
interest and visiting Peacefield and the
homes in Quincy.
The point of this is that in the last
episode of the HBO series, where John is
in his 90's and he's viewing the painting
of the enactment of the signing of the Declaration
of Indepndence and he told the painter how
its not how it happens and go on and on about it.
But the words when he looked at it and said something the like:
"Their all Dead! All Dead!"
'except for Thomas and I'
before they both kicked the bucket on
the 50th anniversary. With the famous
line John say's.
Hearing "They're all Dead" made me laugh.
because that's exactly what we say in
the house when we read, look at photos
and such stuff of Magicians.
Because "They're all dead"
At least most of them are.
that is all, disperse.