Glory

Glory (1989)

23 mistakes

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Factual error: When Morgan Freeman is helping hand out rifles to the recruits, he is reading off the serial numbers. Enfield rifles of the Civil War era did not have serial numbers.

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Continuity mistake: In the scene where the 54th is on parade, Shaw commands "eyes right" and looks to his right and points his sword down to the right. Then the next shot is a brief shot of his parents and then when they return to Shaw, his sword is pointing up in the normal marching position. There was no audible command to stop saluting.

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Continuity mistake: When Colonels Shaw and Montgomery are in Darien, Georgia, Montgomery shoots a soldier (apparently in the heart) for touching a white woman. When the troops are marching out of the town, the soldier who was shot has miraculously felt better, gotten back up and joined the ranks. (01:07:05 - 01:08:55)

Colonel Robert G. Shaw: Good morning gentlemen, I am Colonel Robert Gould Shaw. I am your commanding officer. It is a great pleasure to see you all here today. It is my hope that the same courage, spirit, and honor, which has brought us together, will one day restore this Union. May God bless us all.

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Trivia: Matthew Broderick is believed to be related to Robert Shaw, the character he played in the film.

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Question: The film opened with a scene from the bloodiest day in American history - which battle was depicted?

Answer: The Battle of Antietam, also known as the Battle of Sharpsburg. It took place 9/17/1862. 3,675 men lost their lives, with an additional 17,301 wounded that day.

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