The American President
Release: August 11, 1995
Release: August 11, 1995

As President, Andrew Shepherd is immensely popular (he has a 63% approval rating). As a man, he's a lonely father struggling to raise a daughter. His struggles multiply when his romance with lobbyist Sydney Ellen Wade becomes fodder for both the press and a rival senator---precipitating a rapid drop in the polls.

Trailers
Posters
Quotes
President Andrew Shepherd: "I'm calling the organization of the United Brotherhood of It's None of Your Damn Business, Lewis. I'll be with you in a second. -President Andrew Shepherd"
Sydney Ellen Wade: "That's not what I mean. Two hundred pairs of eyes are focused on you with two questions on their minds - who's this girl, and why is the President dancing with her? -Sydney Ellen Wade"
President Andrew Shepherd: "I want to buy her some flowers. That's what men do when they break a date. -President Andrew Shepherd"
President Andrew Shepherd: "Lewis, we've had presidents who were beloved, who couldn't find a coherent sentence with two hands and a flashlight. People don't drink the sand because they're thirsty. They drink the sand because they don't know the difference. -President Andrew Shepherd"
Lewis Rothschild: "You have a deeper love of this country than any man I've ever known. And I want to know what it says to you that in the past seven weeks, 59% of Americans have begun to question your patriotism. -Lewis Rothschild"
President Andrew Shepherd: "Do you think there will ever be a time when you can stand in a room with me and not think of me as the president? -President Andrew Shepherd"
President Andrew Shepherd: "I've loved two women in my life. I lost one to cancer and I lost the other because I was too busy keeping my job to do my job. Well, that ends right now. -President Andrew Shepherd"
President Andrew Shepherd: "This is a time for serious people, Bob, and your 15 minutes are up. My name is Andrew Shepherd, and I AM the President. -President Andrew Shepherd"
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