McClintock, Pamela
March 2007
Daily Variety;3/23/2007, Vol. 294 Issue 60, p1
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The article reports that Warner Bros. Pictures has acquired the rights to the big screen adaptation of M. William Phelps' tome "For the Sake of Liberty: America's First Spy." The biographical film is the about the American Revolutionary hero Nathan Hale and will be produced by Josephson Entertainment. The story of the film is about Hale's espionage assignment authorized by United States' first intelligence organization.


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