if Lincoln can slay vampires.. ol Teddy should be able to handle a werewolf.. just an idea, or perhaps an action flick depicting his career as a rough rider (credit to my uncle for that one) wondered ya'lls opinions on actors to portray the great man of men. Perhaps open with an older Theodore writing about his time in the rough riders fading into a flashback for the rest of the film? so 2 actors? or use special effects to change age? on a side note, quite pleased with the choice of Mr Daniel Day-Lewis as Lincoln in Lincoln

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TR's Rough Rider career has already had the action movie treatment.

I like it.

guess theres already a TR movie in the making.. leo Di as teddy. or so the word on the street says

Abe Lincoln: Vampire Slayer the book was great! Abe Lincoln: Vampire Slayer the movie was crap! Theodore Roosevelt: Werewolf Hunter the book would be great! Theodore Roosevelt: Werewolf Hunter the movie (depending on who made it) might be good or bad.

I think ridley scott directing tom hanks and speilbetrg producin..

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