After soldiers enter his hotel room in the dead of night, Jason is reminded of events one night ten years ago when he was a Lieutenant in the Civil War. It was a strange bonding that would ...
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After soldiers enter his hotel room in the dead of night, Jason is reminded of events one night ten years ago when he was a Lieutenant in the Civil War. It was a strange bonding that would forever leave him bonded with an important General.Written by
This marks the fourth time Jonas McCord (Chuck Connors) is shown bare-chested when he's rousted out of bed in the middle of the night by Union soldiers. His earlier bare-chest scenes occurred in "The Bounty," "That the Brave Endure," and "Fill No Glass for Me" (Parts 1 & 2.) See more »
When Grant asks McCord where he graduated in his West Point class he says "near top", and Grant says "me too". Grant graduated 21st out of 39. See more »
Gen. Ulysses S. Grant:
No, not my leg... and not that fever from Panama, nor the ague or this headache... this thundering headache... the pounding boots of a thousand ghostly battalions battering at this brain... The men I sent to die... the men I will... those like you. Do you know what it's like to bury four thousand men in one grave? I do.
General, someone has to give those orders. There's no one we'd rather follow.
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