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The year is 1863. Wealthy Virginia landowner Charlie Anderson (James Stewart), a man of peace despite his autocratic behavior, steadfastly refuses to ... Show synopsis

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  • James Stewart in Shenandoah Aug 27, 2009
    by wildfire

    This is a wonderful story about a family who choose to stay out of the war, but unfornutaly things do not go as you plan as a family. The youngest boy is taken and then is placed as a Confederate Solider. The Family sets out to find him, but never does. Intsead they find the girls new husband. After his oldest boy is killed, then they head home only to find bad news there. Of course they never give up hope. I won't give the ending away, but I will say this is one movie that you will want to add to your collection , especially if you like James Stewart and war movies. I know that you will enjoy this movie, and it has been on TV lately. The setting is beautiful. Enjoy.

  • Involved Jun 4, 2009
    by jgf29662

    I like Jimmy Stewart and it was quality acting by all.

    It is a Civil War Drama loosely based on an historical fact.It shows how a family can get involved in something it tries to avoid.

    It also demonstrates not to judge until all facts are known.

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