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    The Blue & the Gray

    I watched The Blue & the Gray yesterday, while cleaning my Man Cave

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    The was an amazing mini-series, that aired three November-nights in a row back in 1982, and was quite impactful for me for three reasons: I bought the Bruce Cotton Book the previously, and found it one of the best books in Civil War I’d ever read; the musical score was writer by one of my favorite composers, Bruce Broughton; but most impactful was the lead character being an artist/illustrator — that being important because,I’d graduated from art school, just the year prior t9 the mini-series release and it really hit home in many levels lot me.

    What a stellar cast, too... including an all-time favorites, Gregory Peck, Stacy Keech, Robert Vaughn, Paul Winfield, and Julia Duffy.
    "There is no off position on the Genius Switch”

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    I was confusing this with North and South to start with, wondering why is sounded so different to what I remembered. As you say, some really great talent in this.
    Always take sides. Neutrality helps the oppressor, never the victim. Silence encourages the tormentor never the tormented.

    Elie Wiesel.

    Nobel Laureate and Holocaust survivor

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