The most Bad-Ass Mutha Fucka, (BAMF, also known as Top Mandorlian) till he got his head chopped off. He was the Original Host for a Clone Army, one of the clones he raised to succeed himself as the BAMF.
Zam: You're Jango Fett aren't you. I've heard of you, you know. I'm Zam Wesell.
Jango: You must be new to the business.
Zam: Why? Because you haven't heard of me?
Jango: Because you're reckless. You could learn a thing or two about being subtle.
Zam: You call that subtle? You just brought down a Republic prison.
Jango: My plan didn't include you. Or the chaos you started back there. You cost me my ship.
Zam: My plan didn't include you trying to hijack my prisoner. Anyway, you should thank me. This babe (the ship) is a big improvement over that relic. I've never seen anything like this. What is she (the ship) anyway.
Jango: She's a Firespray pursuit special.
After Brigadier General Thomas R. R. Cobb's Irish Regiment of Georgia pushed back Lieutenant Colonel St. Clair Mullholands Irish Brigade, a Captain (3 stripes on the collar) took off his hat and started yelling "Haroo! Haroo!" and the rest of the regiment cheered "Haroo!"
Thomas Jonathan "Stonewall" Jackson (January 21, 1824 – May 10, 1863) was a Confederate general during the American Civil War, and probably the most revered Confederate commander after General Robert E. Lee. His military career includes such famous exploits as the audacious Valley Campaign of 1862 and as a corps commander in the Army of Northern Virginia under Robert E. Lee. Confederate pickets accidentally shot him at the Battle of Chancellorsville on May 2, 1863, which the general survived, albeit with the loss of an arm to amputation. However, he died of complications of pneumonia eight days later.
Jackson rose to prominence and earned his most famous nickname at the First Battle of Bull Run (also known as First Manassas) in July 1861. As the Confederate lines began to crumble under heavy Union assault, Jackson's brigade provided crucial reinforcements on Henry House Hill, demonstrating the discipline he instilled in his men. Brig. Gen. Barnard Elliott Bee, Jr., exhorted his own troops to re-form by shouting, "There is Jackson standing like a stone wall." That is how Jackson was named Stonewall Jackson
A movie of the American Civil War. Gods and Generals is a 2003 film based on the novel, Gods and Generals, by Jeffrey Shaara. It is considered a prequel to the 1993 film Gettysburg, which was based on The Killer Angels, a novel by Michael Shaara, Jeff Shaara's father.
The film stars Jeff Daniels as Lieutenant Colonel Joshua Chamberlain and Robert Duvall as Robert E. Lee. While many of the actors from Gettysburg reprised their roles for this film, Stephen Lang is one of a few to play a different character: George Pickett in Gettysburg and Stonewall Jackson in Gods and Generals. Martin Sheen, the original Lee, had conflicts due to the shooting schedule of The West Wing, and was replaced by Duvall.
It was directed by Ronald F. Maxwell, who had also previously directed Gettysburg in 1993. After the box office underperformance of Gettysburg, Maxwell was unable to get the prequel greenlit until media mogul Ted Turner provided the entire $60 million budget.
The film prominently features the Battles of First Bull Run, Fredericksburg, and Chancellorsville. It shows Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain's life before the war, and also focuses on the personal life of Stonewall Jackson.
Gods and Generals is a Sequel to "Gettysburg" movie. Stephen Lang is from the both Movies.
Gettysburg: Major Gen. George Pickett
Gods and Generals: Lt. Gen. Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson.
The Continental Army was an army formed after the outbreak of the American Revolutionary War by the colonies that became the United States of America. Established by a resolution of the Continental Congress on June 14, 1775, the army was created to coordinate the military efforts of the Thirteen Colonies in their struggle against the rule of Great Britain. The Continental Army worked in conjunction with local militias and other troops that remained under control of the individual states. General George Washington was the Commander-in-Chief of the army throughout the war.
Most of the Continental Army was disbanded in 1783 after the Treaty of Paris ended the war. The remaining units possibly formed the nucleus of what was to become the United States Army.
8 of the 13 colonies has levieed money in support of the Continental Army.