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George Pickett (Character)
from "North and South" (1985)

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Overview

Alternate Names:
General George Pickett / Maj. Gen. George E. Pickett / Maj. Gen. George Pickett

Filmography

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  1. "To Appomattox"
        - The Point (2015) TV episode, Played by Noah Wyle
        - Shooting Star (2015) TV episode, Played by Noah Wyle
        - Reunion (2015) TV episode, Played by Noah Wyle
        - An American, by Himself (2015) TV episode, Played by Noah Wyle
        - American Macbeth (2015) TV episode, Played by Noah Wyle
          (1 more)

  2. Fields of Freedom (2006) Played by Armand Schultz (as General George Pickett)
  3. Gettysburg: Three Days of Destiny (2004) (V) Played by Jim Choate (as General George Pickett)
  4. Gods and Generals (2003) Played by Billy Campbell (as Maj. Gen. George Pickett)

  5. Gettysburg (1993) Played by Stephen Lang (as Maj. Gen. George E. Pickett)

  6. "North and South"
    ... aka "North and South Book I" - USA (DVD title)
        - Episode #1.2 (1985) TV episode, Played by Cody W. Hampton
        - Episode #1.1 (1985) TV episode, Played by Cody W. Hampton

  7. "Omnibus"
        - Lee at Gettysburg (1957) TV episode, Played by Addison Powell (as Maj. Gen. George Pickett)

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Fun Stuff

Quotes:
From Gettysburg (1993)
James L. Kemper: [Kemper, Pickett, Garnett, and Col. Freemantle are sitting around a table playing cards, while Kemper expounds on the Confederate cause] You see, Colonel, uh... the government derives its power from the consent of the people. Every government, everywhere. Well, let me make this very plain to you, sir: we do not consent, and we will *never* consent. And what you've got to do is -
[he stands up and looks straight at Freemantle]
James L. Kemper: - you've got to go back over there to your Parliament, and you've gotta make it very plain to *them*. You've gotta tell them that what we're fighting for here is the - is the freedom from what we consider to be the rule of a foreign power! I mean, that's all we want. That's what this war is all about.
Brig. Gen. Richard B. Garnett: Jim -
[he tries to pull Kemper back into his chair]
James L. Kemper: [brushes Garnett off] No, no, no, no. Now-now, we-we established this country in the first place with very strong state governments just for that very reason. I mean, uh... let me put it to you this way: my home is in Virginia. The government of my home *is* home. Virginia would not allow itself to be ruled by... by some, uh, king over there in London. And it's not about to let itself be ruled by some president in Washington! Virginia, by God, sir, is gonna be run by *Virginians*!
Brigadier General Lewis A. Armistead: [Armistead and Longstreet are walking by and overhear this] Oh, my. "The Cause."
Major General George E. Pickett: [looks at his cards] Actually, Jimmy, I got a pair of kings.
[laughs]
James L. Kemper: [keeps plowing on] And it's all for the Yankees, the damn, money-grubbin' Yankees. I mean, those damn fools, they don't get the message! Always the darkies, nothin' but the darkies.
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