Step inside the imposing gates of the White House for a revealing visit to the most famous, yet mysterious building in America. Discover the human side of this legendary house in candid interviews with Presidents and First Ladies, and peek inside the families' rarely-seen private living quarters. Follow along as a small army of employees whirls behind the scenes in a frenzy of activity surrounding a major state dinner.
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I purchased this DVD from the National Geographic Store when it was on a special discount. Then I view this DVD on my player and watched it on my television. Narrated by Morgan Freeman it gives the history of the White House past and future Presidents who lived there and what it takes to be a servant in the White House for the President of the United States. It was very good but it was a little but too long and took me about an hour to finish beside that everything else is Terrific. Thanks Again National Geographic.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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