A heartwarming look at the early years of Franklin D. Roosevelt, adapted by legendary MGM producer Dore Schary from his award-winning stage play. Ralph Bellamy is superb as Roosevelt, capturing every nuance of a man who was the most photographed and listened-to politician of his
generation. Surpassing Bellamy, though, is Garson, who doesn't play
Eleanor Roosevelt, she becomes
It's 1921 and the Roosevelt family is vacationing on the small island of Campobello, off New Brunswick. The Roosevelts are a patrician group, with plenty of money and no worries at all. Bellamy has an eye toward public service and is the assistant secretary of the Navy, o...