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Fate and Fury 

Enveloped by the Mexican Army, Col. Fanin's troops are coerced into making a surrender deal, But when Santa Anna orders their execution, the Texians are left even more hungry to exact revenge.

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Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna
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James Wykoff
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Mosley Baker
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Ephraim Knowles
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Emily West
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Empresario Buckley
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Mirabeau Lamar
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Thomas Rusk
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Pauline Wykoff
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Beans Wilkins
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Enveloped by the Mexican Army, Col. Fanin's troops are coerced into making a surrender deal, But when Santa Anna orders their execution, the Texians are left even more hungry to exact revenge.

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Drama | Western

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26 May 2015 (USA)  »

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Vern Elwood: [Making fun of Deaf knowing he can't hear. Wouldn't dare do it to his face] Captain, it seems like you love that horse more than you do your wife.
Jack Hays: Hey, Deaf. Who's a better mount? Your wife, or your horse?
'Deaf' Smith: [Can't hear what they're saying] My horse?
Gator Davis: He sure does love that horse.
'Deaf' Smith: I see. You're having a nice jest at the expense of my impairment. The good thing is I don't need to hear no disparaging nonsense from the likes of you. You have something to say that matters, you best say it to my face.
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Texas History Butchered
8 June 2015 | by See all my reviews

There will always be the debate of "book vs movie" which is better?

Unfortunately this isn't a fiction story that we are talking about, it's the proud history of Texas.

Key facts are being left out, and memorable moments that should be reinforced are being tossed in there as mere side thoughts instead of being main staged. The story of Texas is an amazing one regardless which side you were on and to see the characters poorly portrayed is not only offensive, but hard to watch.

At first I thought my distaste for this show was because I value my Texas heritage so strongly and I refused to stand by and watch my story get butchered, but the inclusion of plot lines that have no relevance to the main story not only detract from the glory of such an epic, but the shameful elementary skill level of story telling that is being displayed makes me thing that the Sci-Fi channel actually funded and made this show and sold it to history channel to be aired.


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