Hollywood Television Theatre (1970) - Rotten Tomatoes

Hollywood Television Theatre (1970)

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This made-for-television drama, set just after the Civil War, chronicles the trial of those Confederate officers who ran the dreaded Andersonville prison where nearly 50,000 captured Union soldiers were sent. As the case unfolds, the film shows many horrific details of the ways prisoners were tortured and abused.

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A good, if lengthy, script, pretty good direction (George C.Scott!), and a fiery cast deliver this indictment of not only war, but the people who practice it unthinkingly (an echo of WWll's "I was only vollowing orders!"). Surprising and not to be missed.

Kevin M. Williams
Kevin M. Williams

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Stagebound but effective presentation. Many excellent actors give fine performances here. Shatner is good avoiding for the most part the hamminess that often mars his work. If you have an interest in courtroom dramas or Civil War history this should be of interest.

jay nixon
jay nixon

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