PG-13 | | Biography, Drama, History
The rise and fall of legendary war hero Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson as he leads the Confederacy to great success against the Union from 1861 to 1863.
Around two hundred of the re-enactors were employed as a "Core Company" to be available for filming, twenty-four hours a day, six days a week. They were the only re-enactors who were paid for taking part in the movie.
A human life, I think, should be well rooted in some spot of a native land, where it may get the love of tender kinship for the face of the earth, for the labors men go forth to, for the sounds and accents that haunt it, for whatever will give that ...
The 20th Maine did not charge independently at Fredericksburg. It was part of the 3rd Brigade, 1st Division of the 5th Corp of the Union Army. No lone regiment charge at the Confederate position without supporting regiments around it.
No reenactors were credited individualy, rather there was general thank you to all the reenactors who participated in the filming.
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