1776

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1776 was a musical based on America's struggle for independence. John Adams is a central character, and the play was written by a high school teacher.

The stage musical was written in 1969 and adapted to film in 1972.

Richard Nixon successfully got the director to remove the number "Cool, Cool Considerate Men" from the original showings, as he percieved historical fact as an attack on the Republican party.

It was also the year of American indepedence from the dreaded Empire strikes back!