Patricia Heaton and David Hunt - A host of stars were photogrpahed as they attended the AMC Celebration of The Mad Men 7 Episodes Of "Mad Men" With The Black & Red Ball. The event was held at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles, California, United States - Thursday 26th March 2015
Patricia Heaton and David Hunt - Photographs from LA Mission's Annual Thanksgiving for the Homeless which stars attend to help feed homeless people in Los Angeles, California, United States - Wednesday 26th November 2014
Sean Astin, Trace Adkins, Sarah Drew, Sammi Hanratty, Patricia Heaton, Abbie Cobb, Andrea Logan White and David Hunt - Premiere of 'Mom's Night Out' held at the TCL Chinese Theatre IMAX - Arrivals - Los Angeles, California, United States - Tuesday 29th April 2014
Ray Romano, David Hunt, Patricia Heaton and Star On The Hollywood Walk Of Fame Actors Ray Romano (l-r), David Hunt, Patricia Heaton and Neil Flynn attend the ceremony honoring Patricia Heaton with a new star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Los Angeles, USA, on 23 May 2012
Make no mistake: Amazing Grace is not a complex movie. The good guys are good and the bad guys aren't so much bad as they are yet to become good. Such a simple and optimistic moral vision may seem antiquated to some, but Amazing Grace doesn't apologize for its old-fashioned piety. As the action starts, Wilberforce (Ioan Gruffudd) undergoes a religious conversion. His long-abandoned childhood faith has once again stirred his heart and moved him to commit to doing whatever he can to improve the world. Already a member of Parliament, he asks several of his friends -- including the clergyman John Newton (Albert Finney), who wrote the hymn "Amazing Grace" -- if he should continue his political career or move on to a more spiritual pursuit. At all of his friends' urging, Wilberforce chooses politics and not long after takes an unpopular stand on the issue that will dominate his political career thereafter: the slave trade.
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