Correct me if I’m wrong, but Lee DanielsThe Butler is about a real-life guy who just minded his own business and kept his nose clean and his shoes spit-shined and quietly did his job with class and finesse. “Honor lies in the man, my prince — not in the towel” — Jean Anouilh. Nothing he did was remotely “revolutionary.” He simply did himself proud within the sphere of a White House butler. No shame in that. If I were handling the poster, I would use the following slogan: “Not everybody blazes trails. Some just polish the silver, and that’s cool.”