Edward Zwick

In 1862 a young soldier (Broderick) takes charge to lead the first black regiment to fight for the North in the American Civil War. It handed Denzel Washington his first Academy Award, and earned a ranking in the top 250 movies of all-time [according to].

15th December 1989

2nd March 1990

Glory (Movie-Only Edition)
20th January 1998


Glory (Special Edition)
30th January 2001


Matthew Broderick
Robert Gould Shaw
Denzel Washington
Cary Elwes
Cabot Forbes
Morgan Freeman
Sgt. Maj. John Rawlins
Jihmi Kennedy
Pvt. Jupiter Sharts
Andre Braugher
Cpl. Thomas Searles
Cliff De Young
Col. James M. Montgomery
Alan North
Gov. John Albion Andrew
Peter Michael Goetz
Francis Shaw
Bob Gunton
Gen. Harker
Jay O. Sanders
Gen. George Crockett Strong
The Boys Choir of Harlem
Jane Alexander
Mrs. Shaw
John Finn
Sgt. Maj. Mulcahy
Saundra Franks
Black Woman
Raymond Godshall Jr.
Dr. Charles G. Thorpe
Marc Gowan
Dr. William B. Rogers
Randell Haynes
Haggis, paymaster
RonReaco Lee
Mute drummer boy
Keith Noble
Small contraband
Afemo Omilami
Tall contraband
Richard Riehle
Quartermaster Kendric
Joan Riordan
White Woman
Raymond St. Jacques
Frederick Douglass (uncredited)
Christian Baskous
Edward L. Pierce
JD Cullum
Henry Sturgis Russell
Donovan Leitch
Capt. Charles Fessenden Morse
Bob Minor
Contraband Soldier
Ethan Phillips
Medical Orderly

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