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Battle of Gettysburg 

July 1863: An elite band of Yankee Sharpshooters must stop Robert E. Lee's Alabamian shock troops from flanking the Union line and winning the battle of Gettysburg and perhaps the entire Civil War.

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Lara Fitzgerald
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Episode credited cast:
Mandi Nicholson ... Jordan's Wife
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Brian Scott Carleton Brian Scott Carleton ... Narrator
Craig Cyr Craig Cyr ... Robert Elm
Lorenzo Damiani Lorenzo Damiani ... William Jordan
Alex Frankson ... Col. William Oates
Jordan Gray ... Wyman S. White
Mike LeClair Mike LeClair ... Leonard Cody
Lorne Monroe ... Robert Moore
Drew Moss ... Lt. Gen. Thomas 'Stonewall' Jackson
Dave Walpole ... Lt. Col. Feagin
Michael Wisniewski ... Sniper
Adrian Zeyl ... Benji Clarkin
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July 1863: An elite band of Yankee Sharpshooters must stop Robert E. Lee's Alabamian shock troops from flanking the Union line and winning the battle of Gettysburg and perhaps the entire Civil War.

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War

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4 January 2017 (USA) See more »

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Nothing says Gettysburg like moose antlers
14 January 2017 | by draudrey-26730See all my reviews

This production was filmed in Canada and it shows. The set scarcely resembles the actual environs of Gettysburg. Gettysburg is and was a prosperous Pennsylvania town. In this episode, the "town" of Gettysburg is represented by a cabin in a field with moose antlers prominently displayed. One would have to look long and hard to find moose roaming the streets and farms of Gettysburg. In addition, there were scenes that had in them galvanized water troughs and tubs and water coolers. Many scenes have modern barrels everywhere! All the bad uniforms and modern military behavior, movement, and handling of weapons seen in previous episodes continue in this one. As in previous episodes, the commentators were professional historians who are passionate about the subject and relate the stories of individual soldiers clearly. Unfortunately the production of the action scenes failed them badly. If only this had been shot more local to Gettysburg and with a background cast familiar with Civil War military practices and material culture it could have been so much better.


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