|Directed by||Mark Westfeld|
|Produced by||Mark Westfeld|
|Written by||Martha McClusky and Kurt Hobson|
|Based on||My Life by Elizabeth Dole and Liz Dole, a contreversial story by Martha McClusky|
|Narrated by||James Hadley|
|Starring||Linda Campbell, Gary Fields, Harry Cooper, Jasmine Hicks|
July 4th 2011 (USA)
August 28th 2011 (rest of world)
|Running time||3hrs 45 minutes|
The film opens with a pre-titles sequence of Mrs Dole giving her inaugural address, with the date January 1st 1993 is superimposed on the screen. When Mrs Doles speech ends, the applause fades out into the Stars and Stripes and a black screen.
The names of the cast slowly fade in and out whilst the anthem plays. Slowly, the anthem changes from being played by a marching band, to being sung by school children. The camera passes through a class full of children, before arriving at the young Liz Dole. The year 1949 is now superimposed.
'Chapter One: Youth (1949 - 1956)'
'Chapter Two: Decision (1956 - 1977)'
'Chapter Three: Power (1977 - 1992)'
'Chapter Four: Presidency (1992 - 1997)'
'Chapter Five: .....'
Elizabeth Dole.......Linda Campbell
Bob Dole.......... Gary Fields
Young Liz Dole.......... Jasmine Hicks
George Bush...........David Zachs
Ronald Reagan........Harry Cooper
Martine Hughes........Lilian Griffith
George Hughes..........Kirk Lomard