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All The President’s Seat Fillers

April 24, 2010

hail to the chiefs!

Oddly enough this pretty much breaks down the way diversity wonks would frame “real diversity”. White females and men of color represented in nearly equal measure as though their blues were analogous. Complete erasure of self identifying First Nations and Asian folks and females of color. Fatness only represented in males. Who says movies and television don’t mirror real life?

And yes, Morgan’s in the center on purpose.

William Atherton (Executive Decision)
Dan Aykroyd (My Fellow Americans)
Stanley Anderson (The Rock, Armageddon)
Jeff Bridges (The Contender)
Lloyd Bridges (Hot Shots Part Deux)
Josh Brolin (W)
James Brolin (The Reagans)
George Clooney (Spy Kids 3D: Game Over)
James Cromwell (The Sum of All Fears, W, The West Wing)
Robert Culp (The Pelican Brief)
Geena Davis (Commander in Chief)
Michael Douglas (The American President)
Harrison Ford (Air Force One)
Morgan Freeman (Deep Impact)
Danny Glover (2012)
John Goodman (The West Wing)
Dennis Haysbert (24)
Gene Hackman (Welcome to Mooseport, Absolute Power)
William Hurt (Vantage Point)
Cherry Jones (24)
Perry King (The Day After Tomorrow)
Tom “Tiny” Lister Jr. (The Fifth Element)
Walter Matthau (My Fellow Americans)
Mary McDonnell (Battlestar Galactica)
Bill Pullman (Independence Day)
Cliff Robertson (Escape from LA)
Jimmy Smits (The West Wing)
Billy Bob Thorton (Love Actually)
Patricia Wettig (Prison Break)

  1. April 24, 2010 12:15 pm

    this made my day.

  2. April 24, 2010 2:00 pm

    Jesus, look how awful most of these movies are…

    To be fair, it’d strain believability if Wesley Snipes played Reagan…haha…

    Great list…

  3. April 24, 2010 3:33 pm

    To be fair, it’d strain believability if Wesley Snipes played Reagan…haha…

    Wesley Snipes playing any kind of president strains believability.

  4. April 24, 2010 3:40 pm

    I love the the mosaic… especially Ackroyd next to Atherton’s Ghostbusters pic.

  5. April 24, 2010 3:57 pm

    I knew you would, Babbycon!

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