Harry is a barely functional human. He meets an old friend who is having marital problems as Harry is about to leap off of a bridge. His friend decides that Harry is the man to take his ... See full summary »
Professor John Woodruff is reunited with an Italian orphan Tony he befriended in World War II. They accept work from various police departments where John uses his exceptional criminal ... See full summary »
The music being played at the party/ball is Johann Strauss. The piece was first performed in 1867; after the Civil War ended. See more »
You know, I been thinkin'. I ain't got a thing against a Yankee. I never seen one.
Well, this is war. We're Southerners; we gotta fight. It's a matter of freedom.
Whose freedom? Like that slave we took in, Buck? Look what happened to him!
What happened to him?
Never you mind, Eubie.
No, I want to know what happened to him.
They hung him!
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I haven't seen this movie for years. However, I remember it was a good flick. I think the first time i ever saw it was in a Drive in (yeah, todays Multiplex theaters are nice, but drive ins were great. One night I stayed up till 2 am to watch it when it was on TV. Entertaining, James Caan and Harrison Ford. Nice little plot and a wonderful story about brotherhood and friendship. I wish it were on DVD or video. It is more of a western than a Civil War movie, but still good. It may have been one of Noah Berry's last movies. If you haven;t seen it, figure out when it will be on TV again and watch it. You will be surprised. It has some good, but quick gunfights and some nice action.
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