As we speak, I think another one is taking place for Lyndon Johnson with his civil rights work.
He also recently took home the Tony Award for his scenery-chewing portrayal of President Lyndon B. Johnson in All the Way.
The more exciting story to tell is how Lyndon Johnson charmed and strong-armed his way to massive legislative victories.
Quaid had another brilliant turn on the tube when he played Lyndon Johnson in the miniseries LBJ: The Early Years, in 1987.
Rather explains: “I wanted to tell it as honestly and as candidly as I could with—as Lyndon Johnson used to say—the bark off.”
Lyndon made a very simple, very brief, and—I think—strong, talk to the folks there.
If Lyndon would not die, where was the use of my pursuing the Countess?
There he lay, the hope of my family, the pride of my manhood, the link which had kept me and my Lady Lyndon together.
Some of the cadets from the Lyndon military school are coming up.
"Palmer's Landing" was a less original building than Lyndon's but on a more accessible side of the lake.