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  1. Great scene though I like the scene where Matthew Broderick sends his horse free and looks around the beach better. I do love this scene in so far as how music played a role in battles morale wise. Similar in some aspects like the singing in The Enemy Below, Zulu, etc.

  2. So many good scenes in that movie. This scene really is powerful. It gives us a glimpse into the hearts and minds of those who knew certain death was among them. Some had courage, some had fear. Some had faith and some had uncertainty. Yet they all came together in harmony for a time of reflection and uplifting.

    I know it may sound morbid but my favorite scene is where Colonel Robert and Pvt. Trip are thrown in the same grave. There are so many implications to this such as two men full of passion living and dying together, that death is color blind and does not discriminate, that the enemy cares not about your beliefs only that you were on the same team and must be extinguished together. Glory is definitely one of my all-time favorite movies.

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