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Lieutenant Goree (Character)
from "To Appomattox" (2013)

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Alternate Names:
Cap. Thomas J. Goree

Filmography

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  1. "To Appomattox"
        - American Macbeth (2015) TV episode, Played by JoeDon Rooney
        - The Point (2015) TV episode, Played by JoeDon Rooney
        - An American, by Himself (2015) TV episode, Played by JoeDon Rooney
        - American God (2015) TV episode, Played by JoeDon Rooney
        - Reunion (2015) TV episode, Played by JoeDon Rooney
          (1 more)

  2. Gettysburg (1993) Played by Ivan Kane (as Cap. Thomas J. Goree)

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Quotes:
From Gettysburg (1993)
Lieutenant General James Longstreet: [Longstreet and his staff have ridden too far forward immediately following Pickett's Charge; a cannon blast almost kills Goree] God!
[Goree slowly gets up]
Lieutenant General James Longstreet: How are you, T.J.?
Cap. Thomas J. Goree: I'm tolerable, sir.
Lieutenant General James Longstreet: [looks across the battlefield to Cemetery Ridge and sighs] They ain't comin'. Too bad.
Cap. Thomas J. Goree: [Goree looks in the same direction] Yes, sir. General... I'll tell you plain. There are times when you worry me.
Lieutenant General James Longstreet: Well...
Cap. Thomas J. Goree: No good tryin' to get yourself killed, General. The Lord'll come for you in His own good time.
Maj. G. Moxley Sorrel: What are your orders, sir?
Lieutenant General James Longstreet: [sighs] Prepare for a defense, but... the Yankees ain't comin'. Come on, boys.
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