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The Triumph of William Henry Harrison

  • 80 mins
  • 70%
  • 12+
  • United States of America FlagUSUnited States of America
  • 2010
  • Comedies
  • Documentaries

Rookie journalist Amanda Delacourt always wanted to break a life-changing story. But when her work uncovers a conspiracy of historic proportions, she's forced to endure friend and foe alike in order to reveal the truth: William Henry Harrison faked his death to command a shadow government responsible for a century of Western history. Relying on the help of failed historic reenactors, a sleazy wannabe politician, secret society dropouts, and a particularly morbid artiste, Amanda now holds the key to the biggest cover-up since that whole JFK thing. The Triumph of William Henry Harrison was directed, written, filmed, and edited by Daniel Califf-Glick, and stands as his premiere full-length motion picture. Featuring narration by Hollywood legend Edward Asner and an original score by Jacob Sanders, this hysterical, historical mockumentary answers the greatest "What if?" of all time: "What if America's shortest-lived president was actually somehow relevant?"