Booth Brothers - Uncensored

  • Season 1 , Ep 1
  • 07/09/2013
  • Views: 38,651

Brothers Edwin Booth and John Wilkes Booth perform "Julius Caesar" together, but offstage, one of them is plotting against Abraham Lincoln. (1:51)

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HOWEVER, ABRAHAM LINCOLN

WAS REQUESTINGEDWIN PERFORM SHAKESPEARE

AT GOVERNMENT FUNCTIONS.

AM I [bleep] IT UP, GUYS?

WHAT'S UP, GUYS?

WHAT--IS IT [bleep] IT UP?

OKAY, OKAY.[mumbling]

OKAY.RIGHT, RIGHT, RIGHT.

AT THE FORD'S THEATRE,

WHEN JOHN WILKES BOOTHWAS GESTICULATING,

ABRAHAM LINCOLN'S SISTER-IN-LAWIS LIKE,

I THINK HE'S POINTING AT YOU,ABRAHAM.

AND ABRAHAM LINCOLN IS LIKE,

IT DOES SEEM LIKEHE'S POINTING AT ME.

UHH...

THIS IS A LITTLE WEIRD.

HE SHOULD, UH, YOU KNOW,

NOT BE POINTING AT MEDURING THIS PARTICULAR LINE

BECAUSE IT'S SORT OF...AGGRESSIVE.

IN NOVEMBER 1864,EDWIN BOOTH IS LIKE,

HEY, YOU KNOW,I WANNA GET TO KNOW YOU BETTER.

WE'VE HAD SOME HARD TIMES.

LET'S DO A PLAYTOGETHER AGAIN,

FOR ONE PERFORMANCE ONLY-- JULIUS CAESAR.

JOHN WILKES' FAVORITE ROLEWAS BRUTUS,

THE MAN THAT EXECUTESA TYRANT.

AND EDWIN BOOTH IS LIKE,I GET TO PLAY BRUTUS.

[trumpets sounding]

FOR ONE PERFORMANCE ONLY,

IN THE PRODUCTION OF JULIUS CAESAR,

EDWIN SAID, "SIC SEMPER TYRANNIS,"

AND EVERYONE LOVES IT.

CRITICS SAID THAT IT WAS

THE MOST IMPORTANT SHOWOF ALL TIME.

SO JOHN WILKES BOOTHSTARTED GETTING INVOLVED

WITH A SECRETCONFEDERATE SOCIETY

AND HAD MASTERMINDED A PLANTO KIDNAP LINCOLN.

UHH...

MM-MM.

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