What is Your Favorite Movie Scene? Post It Baby!

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Orson Well's first appearance as Harry Lime in The Third Man.

 

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Having been going to movies for over 60 years, I of course have too many favorite scenes to post. But, being a lifelong SAR (Second American Revolution) relic-hunter and a Confederate-American, here's the favorite scene I've selected for this TreasureNet thread's topic. In my opinion as a multi-published "ACW" historian, this 8-minute 58-second scene is the most realistic portrayal I've ever seen of the fighting in that war.

Battle Of The Crater, during the Siege of Petersburg VA, from the movie "Cold Mountain"

 
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Having been going to movies for over 60 years, I of course have too many favorite scenes to post. But, being a lifelong SAR (Second American Revolution) relic-hunter and a Confederate-American, here's the favorite scene I've selected for this TreasureNet thread's topic. In my opinion as a multi-published "ACW" historian, this 8-minute 58-second scene is the most realistic portrayal I've ever seen of the fighting in that war.

Battle Of The Crater, during the Siege of Petersburg VA, from the movie "Cold Mountain"

Never seen this one.... hmmm... have to look for it on DVD
 

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