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Stand Up and Fight(1939)

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  • Taylor and Berry really go at it...

    • Tom Bodensick
    • 4/1/11

    I'm a life long Marylander and I loved "Stand Up And Fight." It was a unique take on the western and was set entirely in my home state. I thought the acting was great from start to finish and I loved a tough looking and acting Rbt. Taylor. I wanted to DVR this film but missed the first five minutes so I didn't. I hope Turner shows this film again.

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    • Andrew Sparber
    • 6/18/10

    This movie, "Stand Up and Fight" was about out town, Cumberland, MD. Though based on Forbes Parkhill's Novelette (not Novel) and the race between the Steam Engine and Stagecoach really occurred in Baltimore the story is based on much research about the pre-civil period of time in this area. Cumberland has a rich heritage and was a critical link in the push westward. Parkhill's handling of the slavery issue is very objective and women's rights is equally well presented. It is sad this movie has been lost for so long- so long that few in this town are even aware of its existence. I am amassing as much information about the premier event and will be adding it to this web page. It is a great movie and one that will arise again.

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