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The Star-Spangled Man 

John Walker is named Captain America, and Sam Wilson and Bucky Barnes team up against the rebel group the Flag Smashers.

Director:

Kari Skogland

Writers:

Michael Kastelein, Malcolm Spellman (created for television by) | 6 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Anthony Mackie ... Sam Wilson / Falcon
Sebastian Stan ... Bucky Barnes / Winter Soldier
Wyatt Russell ... John Walker / Captain America
Clé Bennett ... Lemar Hoskins / Battlestar
Danny Ramirez ... Joaquin Torres
Carl Lumbly ... Isaiah Bradley
Daniel Brühl ... Baron Zemo
Erin Kellyman ... Karli Morgenthau
Desmond Chiam ... Dovich
Dani Deetté ... Gigi
Indya Bussey ... DeeDee
Renes Rivera ... Lennox
Tyler Dean Flores ... Diego
Ness Bautista ... Matias
Amy Aquino ... Dr. Christina Raynor
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Storyline

The new Captain America and his sidekick Battlestar cross paths with Falcon and Winter Soldier when they all track down a group of Flag Smashers that are transporting stolen vaccine from country to country. Meanwhile, Dr. Raynor involves Sam in her therapy sessions with Bucky. Written by Gislef

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Trivia

Isaiah Bradley's recounting of how he had blood samples forcibly drawn from him while in prison (presumably in an attempt to recreate Steve Rogers's body enhancements) has a historical parallel to the story of Henrietta Lacks, an African-American cancer patient who had cellular tissue extracted from her for medical research without her consent or compensation in 1951. That cellular material is still maintained and used for medical research to this day without Lacks's family's knowledge for decades and still no compensation to this day, which is considered a point of contention about patients' rights and racist mistreatment in medical research. See more »

Goofs

Bucky says that he read "The Hobbit" when it was released in 1937. However, that was for the original British release, while the novel was not published in the USA until 1938. That is of course not counting that Bucky could have somehow learned of the new novel, which was drawing excellent reviews in Britain, and got a copy as an import or from a friend from there. See more »

Quotes

Sam Wilson: Enjoy your ride, Buck.
Bucky Barnes: No, you can't call me that.
Sam Wilson: Why not? That's what Steve called you.
Bucky Barnes: Steve knew me longer, and Steve had a plan.
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Soundtracks

Star Spangled Man
Music by Alan Menken, lyrics by David Zippel
Produced by Kevin "Shékespere" Briggs
Performed by The Captain America Drum Corps
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Feels real
26 March 2021 | by Mars-3038See all my reviews

I love the realism in both episodes, it's not all heroes and sunshine, it's a realistic portrayal of their personal lives which makes me love these characters even more.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

26 March 2021 (USA) See more »

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Marvel Studios See more »
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Color:

Color (ACES)| Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.39 : 1
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