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Some people think that it's unfair that George Washington and Abraham Lincoln have to share the holiday observance of President's Day. This documentary rectifies the situation a bit by giving George Washington, if not his own day, then his own documentary. Aside from the "cherry tree" legend, most of us know little about George Washington. Over the years, we've converted him into an awe-inspiring idol - cold, remote, stern, forbidding, the great American father figure, a withering stare peering out from a dollar bill. This documentary tooks a look at the flesh-and-blood man behind the graven image - a man not afraid to weep openly as he did when he bid his troops farewell at the end of the American Revolutionary War, a man filled with a sense of his own shortcomings as well as the moral call to duty, and a man who said of himself "I have a heart susceptible to the tenderest passion". Presented by arguably the greatest television documentary host of the golden age of cable television, Jack Perkins (Color, 1992, 46 Minutes.)