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|November 23, 2017|
Sokolsky on the Arts and Entertainment
A weekly program focusing on the arts and entertainment
Arts and Entertainment Editor Bob Sokolsky takes a look at three presidential candidates and finds them ideal. Each reflects experience, knowledge and integrity.
However, he adds. Each has a special weakness as well. None of them are real.
All have been played by such fine performers as Jimmy Smits, Rob Lowe and Mary McDowell and they display excellent presidential credentials their writers have created.
Sokolsky sadly reflects on that situation but concedes that good actors with good scripts have the edge over reality.
He also wonders whether some past presidents history has treated kindly could have held forth against the likes of Jimmy Stewart, Charlton Heston and the award-winning screenplays they were given.
Episode Date: May 2, 2008