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 Posted: Tue Apr 24th, 2007 06:16 pm
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Albert Sailhorst wrote: At one point, it was mentioned, that before the war, Sherman was a failed businessman. It did not mention, however, that he was Superintendent of the Louisiana State Seminary and Military Academy at Alexandria, Louisiana. Did I miss something, or was this an oversight on the filmmakers' part?


 

I don't remember them mentioning that either. Don't know if it's an oversight or simply got cut. Maybe they will include on the $24.95 DVD. Or I've also noticed that a lot of programs tell you to go to their website to view deleted scenes. I don't like that. I can see that with a major network, but most of the History Channel's programming is repeats.

They could have also mentioned that Sherman loved the south and her people, which would probably surprise most people. I don't know that I would characterize Sherman as a walking contradiction or what. It sounds like he is, but I think he just carried out the requirements of his job in the military.

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