In 1854, the Hazards pay a visit to Mont Royal. Billy loses his interest in Ashton when he sees her in the cotton barn with another man and soon turns his interest to the demure Brett. ... See full summary »

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Garrison Grady
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Justin LaMotte
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Elkanah Bent (credit only)
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Madeline Fabray LaMotte
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Constance Flynn Hazard
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James Huntoon
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George Hazard
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Orry Main
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In 1854, the Hazards pay a visit to Mont Royal. Billy loses his interest in Ashton when he sees her in the cotton barn with another man and soon turns his interest to the demure Brett. Virgilia is on her best behavior, as she has promised, until she meets James Hontoon's coachman Grady and forms an instant attraction to him. After spending the night together, she helps him run away to the North which leads to a confrontation with Huntoon. Orry feels he has little choice but to ask the Hazards to leave. Virgilia and Grady are soon living together as husband and wife but that doesn't sit well with even some of the most ardent supporters of abolition. In 1856, Billy and Charles graduate from West Point with Billy assigned to the Engineering Corps in Washington and Charles assigned to the 3rd Cavalry under the command of Robert E. Lee. Billy proposes to Brett but Orry will not allow him to court her given the current situation. Ashton continues to lie her way through society and turns to ... Written by garykmcd

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Drama | History | Romance | War

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7 November 1985 (USA)  »

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When James Huntoon quotes the 10th Amendment, he drops "respectively" and adds "whereas" The real 10th amendment says; "The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the states are reserved to the states respectively or the people." Huntoon says; ""The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the states are reserved to the states or the people thereof." See more »

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Virgilia: You see him as a nigger! And I see him as a man that deserves to be free!
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