Texas Rising (2015– )
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Following the defeat at the Alamo, the Texas Rangers, battle for revenge against Santa Anna.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna
James Wykoff (credit only)
Mosley Baker
Ephraim Knowles
Vern Elwood
Jack Hays
Empresario Buckley (credit only)
Mirabeau Lamar (credit only)
Thomas Rusk (credit only)
Pauline Wykoff (credit only)


Following the defeat at the Alamo, the Texas Rangers, battle for revenge against Santa Anna.

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Drama | Western





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25 May 2015 (USA)  »

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2.35 : 1
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Historically Inaccurate
1 June 2015 | by See all my reviews

Been watching "Texas Rising" and we are very disappointed in it. Why do they have to rewrite History? Only people from Texas and who know the landscape and the history will be the ones who know it but still it's ridiculous. First, the Texas soldiers are wearing union (Civil War 1861 - 1865) Uniforms. The Texas Army of 1836 had no uniforms. Except for Travis who wore a specially made uniform. Second, they showed the landscape 20 miles from Goliad as being a mountainous desert with canyons. Looks like they filmed it in the Davis Mountains, almost 500 miles away from Goliad. Third, they showed black slaves being executed at the Alamo. Bowie and Travis each had a slave. Joe and Sam. Neither were killed. There was no Jupitor. Fourth, The only Anglo Woman who survived the Alamo was Susanna Dickinson and her daughter. She was escorted to report the Alamo's defeat to Sam Houston by Joe and Sam. Fifth, Erastus "Deaf" Smith did not show up at the Alamo until all the fighting as over and the Mexicans were gone. This show on the History Channel is just another fictional story. Really nothing to do with History.

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