The Outer Limits (1995–2002)
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Two 21st century Civil War enthusiasts find themselves back in time at the original Battle of Gettysburg and meet another time traveler who gives them a mission.


Mario Azzopardi


Sam Egan

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Joshua Leonard ... Andy Larouche
Jonathan Scarfe ... Vince Chance
Alex Diakun ... Nicholas Prentice
Aaron Pearl ... Lt. Winters
Ocean Hellman Ocean Hellman ... Pregnant Woman
Robert Moloney ... Corporal Beauregard Larouche
Scott Bellis ... Major Drummond
Blu Mankuma ... 2013 U.S. President
Meat Loaf ... Col. Angus Devine (as Meatloaf)
Todd Talbot Todd Talbot ... Reed Hollingsworth
David Storch ... Major Hinton
Jason Gaffney ... Joe Benton
Adrian Holmes ... James
Haig Sutherland ... Will Monroe
Jim Lauder Jim Lauder ... General Robert E. Lee (as James Lauder)


Two 21st century Civil War enthusiasts find themselves back in time at the original Battle of Gettysburg and meet another time traveler who gives them a mission.

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Release Date:

28 July 2000 (Canada) See more »

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Atlantis Films See more »
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1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


Kevin Conway (The Control Voice) previously played Sgt. Buster Kilrain in Gettysburg (1993). See more »


The confederate lieutenant says that they have been transferred to another corps, that of General George E Pickett. It was Pickett's division in Gen. James Longstreet's Corps. George Pickett never commanded more than a division. See more »


[to Vince and Andy]
Lt. Winters: You men don't have the sense of a jackass between ya!
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References The Outer Limits: Tribunal (1999) See more »

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Confusing Time Disruption
2 October 2014 | by HitchcocSee all my reviews

One of the most prominent themes in Science Fictoin, is the use of time manipulation. The rule is generally that time is immutable. in other words, you can't go back and mess with it. In this one, a young doctor and his friend are at a Civil War re-enactment at the Gettysburg battlefield. One is going to play a Union medic and the other a Confederate soldier. The latter has lived a life of desperation, unhappy with his lot. He is a bigot and believes that if the South had won the war, things would be better. Enter, a photographer with a Matthew Brady camera. He poses the two men and when the camera clicks, they are thrust into the battlefield in real time. They are picked up by Lee's forces and are kept prisoner. A series of rather unbelievable events occur where they try to manipulate their situations. A Captain who is going crazy from meningitis symptoms is in command and nothing they say can change things. The young medic is made to change sides in order to treat the troops, which he does so willingly. They are trying to get back, enlisting the help of the photographer, but the young zealot sees this as his chance to change things "for the better" in his eyes. This is an uneven, strange episode, with lots of weird implications. The wrap up is a bit confusing.

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