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All for Liberty (2009)

PG-13 | | Drama | 2009 (USA)
It is 1775. Henry Felder, a Swiss-German colonist, lives with his family in the British colony of South Carolina. After many years of struggling with corrupt British rulers, Felder is urged... See full summary »

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Bettina Beard ...
Mary
Delfloria Brown ...
Samantha
Halle Brown ...
Tavern girl
Richard Bryant ...
Gus
J.C. Conway ...
Ezra
Bill DeWitt ...
Tory Lt. Everett
Michael Easler ...
Governor Rutledge
Trevor Erickson ...
Henry Felder Jr.
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Captain Henry Felder
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John Felder (as Rob Gorman)
Barry Grant ...
Tory Lt. Eli
Linwood Gurley ...
Jenkin's Man
Tyler Ilgen ...
Sheldon
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It is 1775. Henry Felder, a Swiss-German colonist, lives with his family in the British colony of South Carolina. After many years of struggling with corrupt British rulers, Felder is urged by the new patriot governor to write Articles of Separation from the English King. Felder's old Indian fighting comrade forms a Tory militia to assist the Crown as the fight heats up. Written by Anonymous

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True-to-life story of sacrifices made by actual Revolutionary War participants.
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What a wonderful movie! So impressed with the technical aspects and reality of the area which I have learned to call home. The Charleston area is such a cosmopolitan area that we forget the the sacrifices of the ones who made this city become great. So proud that someone has found a way to portray the people of this area as more than back-woods revolutionaries upset about tea taxes. Finding the story of one of the unsung heroes of the Revolutionary War was such a bonus. Of particular interest was the beautiful love story portrayed by the Henry and Catherine. So touching to see the sacrifice displayed by all the women of this period as they gave their sons and lovers to this desperate cause.


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