Glory (1989) - (Movie Clip) How Many Are Left?
Colonel Shaw (Matthew Broderick) shares an unwelcome message from the Confederacy with his in-training black Union soldiers, Cary Elwes his aide Forbes, Morgan Freeman, Andre Braugher, Jihmi Kennedy and Denzel Washington as Trip among the interested parties, Edward Zwicks Glory, 1989.
Glory (1989) - (Original Trailer)
Matthew Broderick, Morgan Freeman and Denzel Washington star in the true story of America's first black regiment, the 54th Massachusetts Voluntary Infantry.
Glory (1989) -- (Movie Clip) Get Your Slave Wages!
Forbes (Cary Elwes) and Colonel Shaw (Matthew Broderick) have disappointing news for their black enlisted Union soldiers, Jihmi Kennedy, Morgan Freeman and others eventually joining in a protest instigated by Trip (Denzel Washington), in director Edward Zwicks Glory, 1989.
Glory (1989) -- (Movie Clip) Colored Soldiers
Home in Boston after surviving Antietam, Union officer Robert Gould Shaw feted by his abolitionist parents (Jane Alexander, Peter Michael Goetz), with family friend Searles (Andre Braugher), meeting the governor (Alan North) and Frederick Douglass (Raymond St. Jacques), in Edward Zwicks Glory, 1989.
Glory (1989) -- (Movie Clip) Robert Gould Shaw
Director Edward Zwicks stirring opening, Matthew Broderick as Union officer Robert Gould Shaw, reading partly from his original letters, Kevin Jarres script from publications by Peter Burchard and Lincoln Kirstein, from Glory, 1989, with Denzel Washington and Morgan Freeman.
Glory (1989) -- (Movie Clip) I'm Runnin' For President
Director Edward Zwick introduces black soldiers wholl serve under Robert Gould Shaw (Matthew Broderick) in the Union army, Andre Braugher as Searles, Jihmi Kennedy as Sharts, Academy Award winner Denzel Washington as Trip, Morgan Freeman as Rawlins, Ronreaco Lee the drummer, in Glory, 1989.