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A Destiny Which Made Us Brothers 

After soldiers enter his hotel room in the dead of night, Jason is reminded of events one night ten years ago when he was a Lieutenant in the Civil War. It was a strange bonding that would ... See full summary »

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Joe Darcy
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Jim Darcy
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Gen. Jim McPherson
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After soldiers enter his hotel room in the dead of night, Jason is reminded of events one night ten years ago when he was a Lieutenant in the Civil War. It was a strange bonding that would forever leave him bonded with an important General. Written by Michelle

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23 January 1966 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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This marks the fourth time Jonas McCord (Chuck Connors) is shown bare-chested when he's rousted out of bed in the middle of the night by Union soldiers. His earlier bare-chest scenes occurred in "The Bounty," "That the Brave Endure," and "Fill No Glass for Me" (Parts 1 & 2.) See more »

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Gen. Ulysses S. Grant: On the Eve of any battle, there is a destiny that makes some men enemies and some men brothers. And so ten years ago tonight, destiny made a choice... And so, McCord, on the Eve of that battle, Destiny had chose to make us brothers. It's been ten years now. About time we had that drink.
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The Battle Hymn of the Republic
Music by William Steffe and lyrics by Julia Ward Howe
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Love this history stuff!
27 May 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

So this was another really good one. I liked how they did this flashback episode. We were able to get a glimpse as to how Jason and General Grant met. The title was perfect for this episode as well...

I thought William Bryant did such a good job portraying Ulysses S. Grant in this show. I'm sure he really enjoyed playing that part as well. I'm actually really surprised this didn't last longer - REALLY GREAT STUFF!!!

And I LOVED the surprise effect. I didn't see that one coming. Of course, we know SOMETHING was going to happen? But I certainly didn't expect THAT!!! I really loved the Confederate Lieutenant...It really showed that all soldiers in the Civil War were really, truly brothers who just happened to find themselves against each other...forced, so to speak...


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