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Gods and Generals (10-Feb-2003)

Director: Ronald F. Maxwell

Writer: Ronald F. Maxwell

From novel: Gods and Generals by Jeff Shaara

Keywords: Drama, Biography, Civil War

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
George Allen
Politician
8-Mar-1952   US Senator from Virginia, 2001-07
Bruce Boxleitner
Actor
12-May-1950   Babylon 5
Robert Byrd
Politician
20-Nov-1917 28-Jun-2010 US Senator, former klan member
Billy Campbell
Actor
7-Jul-1959   The Rocketeer
Jeff Daniels
Actor
19-Feb-1955   Dumb and Dumber
Robert Duvall
Actor
5-Jan-1931   Tom Hagen in The Godfather
Frankie Faison
Actor
10-Jun-1949   Commissioner Burrell on The Wire
Phil Gramm
Politician
8-Jul-1942   US Senator from Texas, 1985-2002
C. Thomas Howell
Actor
7-Dec-1966   The Outsiders
Les Kinsolving
Journalist
18-Dec-1927   WorldNetDaily
Stephen Lang
Actor
11-Jul-1952   Gettysburg
Matt Letscher
Actor
26-Jun-1970   Good Morning, Miami
Jeremy London
Actor
7-Nov-1972   Assistant reverend on 7th Heaven
Malachy McCourt
Actor
20-Sep-1931   Father Meehan on Oz
Dana Rohrabacher
Politician
21-Jun-1947   Congressman, California 46th
William Sanderson
Actor
10-Jan-1944   J.F. Sebastian in Blade Runner
Mira Sorvino
Actor
28-Sep-1967   Mighty Aphrodite
Buck Taylor
Actor
13-May-1938   Newly O'Brien on Gunsmoke
Ted Turner
Business
19-Nov-1938   Founder of Cable News Network

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