LEE, LONGSTREET & PICKETT
Also includes a vintage postcard of the Virginia Monument on the Gettysburg battlefield featuring a bronze equestrian statue of General Robert E. Lee
Includes 8 x 10, black & white advertisement photograph featuring stars of the movie Gettysburg, Martin Sheen, as General Robert E. Lee, Tom Berenger, as General James Longstreet, & Stephen Lang, as General George E. Pickett all wearing their Confederate uniforms. Advertising imprint below the images, GETTYSBURG, the Turner Pictures Civil War epic whose scale, drama and moving performances touched audiences and critics alike, comes to TNT in its full theatrical length as a two-part miniseries. The sweeping film adaption of Michael Shaara's Pulitzer Prize winning novel, The Killer Angels, stars Tom Berenger, Jeff Daniels, Martin Sheen and Sam Elliott. GETTYSBURG. PREMIER: Part I, Sunday, June 26, 8:00 PM (ET). Part II, Monday, June 27, 8:00 PM (ET). 1992 Turner Pictures, Inc. Photos by Erik Heinila. TNT. Comes with a pair of large size Gettysburg note cards, 5 x 7, when folded in half, featuring the color image of the Confederate and Union battle lines, flags flying, facing off against each other. This was the advertising photo used inside the movie theaters, on posters, television ads, DVD's and CD's of the movie and film score. 2 blank interior pages give you plenty of room for writing notes. The back page of the card has the advertising imprint from the movie, GETTYSBURG, which includes the names of the star actors, producers, directors, screenplay writers, music credits, and much more. Group lot of three very nice Gettysburg items.
Includes a bonus item: Vintage postcard published by Blocher's, Gettysburg, Pa., of the Virginia Monument which features a bronze equestrian statue of General Robert E. Lee, Commander of the Army of Northern Virginia. General Lee sits proudly atop his gallant war horse, "Traveller," on a granite pedestal, with depictions below in bronze of the sons of Virginia represented by seven soldiers who came from various occupations to join the Artillery, Cavalry and Infantry of the Confederate Army. The statue was created by sculptor Frederick Sievers, and on June 8, 1917, Virginia governor Henry C. Stuart presented the completed memorial to the Assistant U.S. Secretary of War. This iconic equestrian memorial, the largest Confederate monument on the battlefield, is located on West Confederate Avenue, Gettysburg National Military Park.