The General , however, was rolling steadily northward at its regular pace.

A West Pointer, he had resigned from the army in the 1830's to pursue a varied career that included teaching astronomy and mathematics, practicing law, and building railroads. He had brought his nineteen men through every anticipated danger and improvised his way through dangers entirely unexpected.

The story that had worked for them in Tennessee—that they were Kentuckians seeking to join the Rebel army—did not work this far south. Carefully guiding the Texas over the danger spot, Fuller and Murphy resumed the chase. Kentucky was in Union hands, and Yankee forces, such as Mitchel’s division, were deep in Tennessee.

But the fact that while waiting he burned a rail bridge in front of him suggests that he had already abandoned any hope of seizing Chattanooga by a bold, For the raiders, what an Atlanta newspaper headlined as “The Most Extraordinary and Astounding Adventure of the War” was far from ended when they abandoned the, Privates Alf Wilson and Mark Wood developed the best cover story of all, claiming that. The Union Army would then have rail reinforcement and supply lines to its rear, leading west to the Union-held stronghold and supply depot of Nashville, Tennessee. Andrews had focused his spying efforts on the Western & Atlantic Railroad that snaked 138 miles northward from Atlanta through mountainous northern Georgia to Chattanooga. The pursuers’ immediate problem was finding something to pursue with. Pittenger, narrating, tells the story of the mission they participated in through a flashback.

Was this review helpful to you? He asks Fuller if they could do so instead. The raiders steamed out of Big Shanty, leaving behind startled passengers, crew members, and onlookers, which included a number of Confederate soldiers from Camp McDonald, which stood directly opposite the Lacy Hotel. Andrews was told that Confederate Railway officials in Chattanooga had been told by Confederate Army officials that the Union Army under General Mitchel was approaching Chattanooga from Stevens, Alabama, intending to either capture or lay siege to the city, and as a result of this warning, the Confederate Military Railways had ordered the Special Freight movements. Directed by Francis D. Lyon. Murphy’s best guess was that the thieves were deserters from the nearby training camp, taking this unorthodox method of putting distance between themselves and Confederate authorities. Andrews expresses hopes that Fuller will not hold a grudge for deceiving him, acknowledging that they both fought in their own ways. Our fellows will hang twenty of you for every one you hang of this party.’ ”. The first of three locomotives used by conductor William A. Fuller in pursuit of the General, the Yonah, was portrayed in the movie by the Lafayette, a 1927-built 4-2-0 replica of an identical locomotive of the same name built in 1837. Fuller, when he met Texas, took command of her, picked up eleven Confederate troops at Calhoun, and continued his pursuit. Finally, at milepost 116.3, north of Ringgold, Georgia, just 18 miles from Chattanooga, with the locomotive out of fuel, Andrews' men abandoned the General and scattered. A very long sixty-five minutes after reaching Kingston, Andrews himself threw the siding switch, and the stolen train rolled out onto the main line again. The exhausted and trapped inhabitants would either formally surrender, or its defenses simply be overrun. The action moves at a swift pace throughout, and is filled with many exciting, if incredible, situations before the raiders are caught. Morgan Woodward Dies: ‘Dallas’ And ‘Gunsmoke’ Actor Was 93, Toronto Silent Film Festival 2013: ‘The General’ Showcases Buster Keaton’s Inimitable Feats of Glaring-Do, Best Real-Life Medal of Honor Movies or Mini-Series, Real-Life Medal of Honor Character Portrayals. As his men drifted into the depot to await the southbound evening train, he discovered the count was two short. When the freight arrived, however, it bore on its last car a red flag, indicating that an unscheduled train was following. The most avid investigator of his life, Charles O’Neill, deduced that he was foreign-born, probably in Finland, but his life is a blank until 1859, when he appeared in Flemingsburg, Kentucky, and took up house painting and clerking in the local hotel.

They won the race to Calhoun by the slimmest of margins. It was now raining steadily. "[10], For the historical event that inspired the film, see. There was too much rolling stock in Chattanooga for one locomotive to handle, the conductor reported, and a second section had to be made up. Traveling in groups of three or four, the Yankees plodded along the sodden roads, slipping into woodsheds and barns to rest or paying for food and shelter at homesteads.

After commandeering a Confederate locomotive, Yankee soldiers try to end the Civil War early by crippling the Southern railroad network. “Some of the first exhilaration we’d felt after capturing the train at Big Shanty was again ours,” Corporal Pittenger recalled, “as we whistled swiftly on for a mile or more, and then stopped to cut the wire, and to take up a rail—as we hopedfor the last time.” They bent to their work, prizing up the spikes with their crowbar and trying to wrench the rail loose with a fence rail. Boiler water was low and the firewood was gone. Above Resaca the Western & Atlantic wound tortuously through rough country, forcing the Confederates aboard the pursuing Texas to proceed carefully, alert for obstructions and ambushes. "A Rebel I Will Be Until I Die"—sung by Morgan Woodward. The film reteamed him with Jeff York, who had portrayed Mike Fink in the 1954-1955 Davy Crockett miniseries.
{{ links"/> The General , however, was rolling steadily northward at its regular pace.

A West Pointer, he had resigned from the army in the 1830's to pursue a varied career that included teaching astronomy and mathematics, practicing law, and building railroads. He had brought his nineteen men through every anticipated danger and improvised his way through dangers entirely unexpected.

The story that had worked for them in Tennessee—that they were Kentuckians seeking to join the Rebel army—did not work this far south. Carefully guiding the Texas over the danger spot, Fuller and Murphy resumed the chase. Kentucky was in Union hands, and Yankee forces, such as Mitchel’s division, were deep in Tennessee.

But the fact that while waiting he burned a rail bridge in front of him suggests that he had already abandoned any hope of seizing Chattanooga by a bold, For the raiders, what an Atlanta newspaper headlined as “The Most Extraordinary and Astounding Adventure of the War” was far from ended when they abandoned the, Privates Alf Wilson and Mark Wood developed the best cover story of all, claiming that. The Union Army would then have rail reinforcement and supply lines to its rear, leading west to the Union-held stronghold and supply depot of Nashville, Tennessee. Andrews had focused his spying efforts on the Western & Atlantic Railroad that snaked 138 miles northward from Atlanta through mountainous northern Georgia to Chattanooga. The pursuers’ immediate problem was finding something to pursue with. Pittenger, narrating, tells the story of the mission they participated in through a flashback.

Was this review helpful to you? He asks Fuller if they could do so instead. The raiders steamed out of Big Shanty, leaving behind startled passengers, crew members, and onlookers, which included a number of Confederate soldiers from Camp McDonald, which stood directly opposite the Lacy Hotel. Andrews was told that Confederate Railway officials in Chattanooga had been told by Confederate Army officials that the Union Army under General Mitchel was approaching Chattanooga from Stevens, Alabama, intending to either capture or lay siege to the city, and as a result of this warning, the Confederate Military Railways had ordered the Special Freight movements. Directed by Francis D. Lyon. Murphy’s best guess was that the thieves were deserters from the nearby training camp, taking this unorthodox method of putting distance between themselves and Confederate authorities. Andrews expresses hopes that Fuller will not hold a grudge for deceiving him, acknowledging that they both fought in their own ways. Our fellows will hang twenty of you for every one you hang of this party.’ ”. The first of three locomotives used by conductor William A. Fuller in pursuit of the General, the Yonah, was portrayed in the movie by the Lafayette, a 1927-built 4-2-0 replica of an identical locomotive of the same name built in 1837. Fuller, when he met Texas, took command of her, picked up eleven Confederate troops at Calhoun, and continued his pursuit. Finally, at milepost 116.3, north of Ringgold, Georgia, just 18 miles from Chattanooga, with the locomotive out of fuel, Andrews' men abandoned the General and scattered. A very long sixty-five minutes after reaching Kingston, Andrews himself threw the siding switch, and the stolen train rolled out onto the main line again. The exhausted and trapped inhabitants would either formally surrender, or its defenses simply be overrun. The action moves at a swift pace throughout, and is filled with many exciting, if incredible, situations before the raiders are caught. Morgan Woodward Dies: ‘Dallas’ And ‘Gunsmoke’ Actor Was 93, Toronto Silent Film Festival 2013: ‘The General’ Showcases Buster Keaton’s Inimitable Feats of Glaring-Do, Best Real-Life Medal of Honor Movies or Mini-Series, Real-Life Medal of Honor Character Portrayals. As his men drifted into the depot to await the southbound evening train, he discovered the count was two short. When the freight arrived, however, it bore on its last car a red flag, indicating that an unscheduled train was following. The most avid investigator of his life, Charles O’Neill, deduced that he was foreign-born, probably in Finland, but his life is a blank until 1859, when he appeared in Flemingsburg, Kentucky, and took up house painting and clerking in the local hotel.

They won the race to Calhoun by the slimmest of margins. It was now raining steadily. "[10], For the historical event that inspired the film, see. There was too much rolling stock in Chattanooga for one locomotive to handle, the conductor reported, and a second section had to be made up. Traveling in groups of three or four, the Yankees plodded along the sodden roads, slipping into woodsheds and barns to rest or paying for food and shelter at homesteads.

After commandeering a Confederate locomotive, Yankee soldiers try to end the Civil War early by crippling the Southern railroad network. “Some of the first exhilaration we’d felt after capturing the train at Big Shanty was again ours,” Corporal Pittenger recalled, “as we whistled swiftly on for a mile or more, and then stopped to cut the wire, and to take up a rail—as we hopedfor the last time.” They bent to their work, prizing up the spikes with their crowbar and trying to wrench the rail loose with a fence rail. Boiler water was low and the firewood was gone. Above Resaca the Western & Atlantic wound tortuously through rough country, forcing the Confederates aboard the pursuing Texas to proceed carefully, alert for obstructions and ambushes. "A Rebel I Will Be Until I Die"—sung by Morgan Woodward. The film reteamed him with Jeff York, who had portrayed Mike Fink in the 1954-1955 Davy Crockett miniseries.
{{ links" /> The General , however, was rolling steadily northward at its regular pace.

A West Pointer, he had resigned from the army in the 1830's to pursue a varied career that included teaching astronomy and mathematics, practicing law, and building railroads. He had brought his nineteen men through every anticipated danger and improvised his way through dangers entirely unexpected.

The story that had worked for them in Tennessee—that they were Kentuckians seeking to join the Rebel army—did not work this far south. Carefully guiding the Texas over the danger spot, Fuller and Murphy resumed the chase. Kentucky was in Union hands, and Yankee forces, such as Mitchel’s division, were deep in Tennessee.

But the fact that while waiting he burned a rail bridge in front of him suggests that he had already abandoned any hope of seizing Chattanooga by a bold, For the raiders, what an Atlanta newspaper headlined as “The Most Extraordinary and Astounding Adventure of the War” was far from ended when they abandoned the, Privates Alf Wilson and Mark Wood developed the best cover story of all, claiming that. The Union Army would then have rail reinforcement and supply lines to its rear, leading west to the Union-held stronghold and supply depot of Nashville, Tennessee. Andrews had focused his spying efforts on the Western & Atlantic Railroad that snaked 138 miles northward from Atlanta through mountainous northern Georgia to Chattanooga. The pursuers’ immediate problem was finding something to pursue with. Pittenger, narrating, tells the story of the mission they participated in through a flashback.

Was this review helpful to you? He asks Fuller if they could do so instead. The raiders steamed out of Big Shanty, leaving behind startled passengers, crew members, and onlookers, which included a number of Confederate soldiers from Camp McDonald, which stood directly opposite the Lacy Hotel. Andrews was told that Confederate Railway officials in Chattanooga had been told by Confederate Army officials that the Union Army under General Mitchel was approaching Chattanooga from Stevens, Alabama, intending to either capture or lay siege to the city, and as a result of this warning, the Confederate Military Railways had ordered the Special Freight movements. Directed by Francis D. Lyon. Murphy’s best guess was that the thieves were deserters from the nearby training camp, taking this unorthodox method of putting distance between themselves and Confederate authorities. Andrews expresses hopes that Fuller will not hold a grudge for deceiving him, acknowledging that they both fought in their own ways. Our fellows will hang twenty of you for every one you hang of this party.’ ”. The first of three locomotives used by conductor William A. Fuller in pursuit of the General, the Yonah, was portrayed in the movie by the Lafayette, a 1927-built 4-2-0 replica of an identical locomotive of the same name built in 1837. Fuller, when he met Texas, took command of her, picked up eleven Confederate troops at Calhoun, and continued his pursuit. Finally, at milepost 116.3, north of Ringgold, Georgia, just 18 miles from Chattanooga, with the locomotive out of fuel, Andrews' men abandoned the General and scattered. A very long sixty-five minutes after reaching Kingston, Andrews himself threw the siding switch, and the stolen train rolled out onto the main line again. The exhausted and trapped inhabitants would either formally surrender, or its defenses simply be overrun. The action moves at a swift pace throughout, and is filled with many exciting, if incredible, situations before the raiders are caught. Morgan Woodward Dies: ‘Dallas’ And ‘Gunsmoke’ Actor Was 93, Toronto Silent Film Festival 2013: ‘The General’ Showcases Buster Keaton’s Inimitable Feats of Glaring-Do, Best Real-Life Medal of Honor Movies or Mini-Series, Real-Life Medal of Honor Character Portrayals. As his men drifted into the depot to await the southbound evening train, he discovered the count was two short. When the freight arrived, however, it bore on its last car a red flag, indicating that an unscheduled train was following. The most avid investigator of his life, Charles O’Neill, deduced that he was foreign-born, probably in Finland, but his life is a blank until 1859, when he appeared in Flemingsburg, Kentucky, and took up house painting and clerking in the local hotel.

They won the race to Calhoun by the slimmest of margins. It was now raining steadily. "[10], For the historical event that inspired the film, see. There was too much rolling stock in Chattanooga for one locomotive to handle, the conductor reported, and a second section had to be made up. Traveling in groups of three or four, the Yankees plodded along the sodden roads, slipping into woodsheds and barns to rest or paying for food and shelter at homesteads.

After commandeering a Confederate locomotive, Yankee soldiers try to end the Civil War early by crippling the Southern railroad network. “Some of the first exhilaration we’d felt after capturing the train at Big Shanty was again ours,” Corporal Pittenger recalled, “as we whistled swiftly on for a mile or more, and then stopped to cut the wire, and to take up a rail—as we hopedfor the last time.” They bent to their work, prizing up the spikes with their crowbar and trying to wrench the rail loose with a fence rail. Boiler water was low and the firewood was gone. Above Resaca the Western & Atlantic wound tortuously through rough country, forcing the Confederates aboard the pursuing Texas to proceed carefully, alert for obstructions and ambushes. "A Rebel I Will Be Until I Die"—sung by Morgan Woodward. The film reteamed him with Jeff York, who had portrayed Mike Fink in the 1954-1955 Davy Crockett miniseries.
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But he believed that if he could block railroad reinforcement of the city from Atlanta to the south, he could take Chattanooga. The wood they had hoped to burn was soaked by rain.

They were quick to point out the threat of retaliation by the Federal command. It was midnight when they left the train at Marietta and wangled beds in the town’s two hotels. (The Yankees believed it was simply the last train they had passed; “If we’d been told the full story, we would have thought it too wild and improbable to believe,” Pittenger remarked.) In the meantime, a dozen of the Yankees were transferred to Knoxville and seven of them, chosen at random, were tried by a military court-not for their attempt on the Western & Atlantic, which could be considered a legitimate military target, but for spying on Confederate military camps. “If anyone interferes,” he ordered, “shoot him, but don’t fire unless you have to.”, At first light, right on schedule, the morning mail train from Atlanta arrived at the Marietta station.

In addition, the terrain north of Atlanta is very hilly, and the ruling grades are steep. The Great Locomotive Chase Staring Fess Parker and Jeffrey Hunter and a cast of many,This is going to be the full movie. Andrews met the first of these southbound conductors at Kingston, where he had stopped (under the authority of his timetable) for the watering and fueling of his locomotive. An immense Federal naval force was at the mouth of the Mississippi, threatening New Orleans. When he reached the repair crew and heard its story, he began to doubt the deserter theory. “I’ll have to go out at once,” Andrews insisted. Yet Andrews chose not to stand and fight long enough to finish the job. They dragged the pole car across the gaps and labored on. Beauregard, commander of the field army at Corinth, Mississippi, was desperately short of ammunition after the fighting at Shiloh, and this was a special train impressed to carry powder to the embattled Rebels.

After Fort Sumter, Mitchel pleaded with Washington, “In God’s name, give me something to do!” but thus far he had done nothing very exciting. Second, the raiders had stolen a regularly scheduled train on its route, and they needed to keep to that train's timetable. The raiders’ one hope, they realized, was to maintain that they acted under orders and were subject to the rules of war for military prisoners. Keep track of everything you watch; tell your friends. Financed and owned by the state of Georgia, the W & A was one of the best-run roads in the South. Just four minutes later, William Fuller arrived on the scene aboard the Yonah . Only James Smith and Sam Llewellyn, who early in the mission had joined a Confederate unit to escape detection, successfully deserted and made their way back to Union lines. However, things don't go as planned when the conductor of the train that they stole is on to them and is doing everything he can to stop them. On the morning of April 12, Andrews and the raiders congregate in a railroad hotel in Marietta. Want to share IMDb's rating on your own site? The Great Locomotive Chase is a 1956 American adventure film produced by Walt Disney Productions and based on the real Great Locomotive Chase that occurred in 1862 during the American Civil War. If the tale of the Great Locomotive Chase has a turning point, it was reached here along this deserted stretch of the Western & Atlantic just north of Calhoun, approximately halfway between Big Shanty and Chattanooga. During the Civil War Union spy Andrews and his men volunteer to steal a Confederate train and drive it to Union territory while destroying the Confederate railway system along the way.

So far as they knew, there was no alarm out for them. This page was last edited on 20 October 2020, at 07:37. Monument in the National Cemetery, Chattanooga, Tennessee, by noted photographer William Henry Jackson in 1902. During the Civil War Union spy Andrews and his men volunteer to steal a Confederate train and drive it to Union territory while destroying the Confederate railway system along the way.

Traveling for hundreds of miles in pairs, they all made it back safely to Union lines, including two who were aided by slaves and Union sympathizers and two who floated down the Chattahoochee River until they were rescued by the Union blockade vessel USS Somerset. Fuller simply shunted the two cars off at Resaca and continued northward.

First thought to be good-for-nothing mutt, Old Yeller is soon beloved by all. When the war broke out, Kentucky was a deeply divided state, and as the opposing sides competed for its citizens’ loyalty, it was riven by intrigue. "[9] The Monthly Film Bulletin wrote, "Despite the lack of inventive incident, the story has a number of tense sequences, without, perhaps, rivalling the pace and gusto of Davy Crockett. “Looking back at it now,” Murphy later recalled, “our whole course seems reckless in the extreme.
The General , however, was rolling steadily northward at its regular pace.

A West Pointer, he had resigned from the army in the 1830's to pursue a varied career that included teaching astronomy and mathematics, practicing law, and building railroads. He had brought his nineteen men through every anticipated danger and improvised his way through dangers entirely unexpected.

The story that had worked for them in Tennessee—that they were Kentuckians seeking to join the Rebel army—did not work this far south. Carefully guiding the Texas over the danger spot, Fuller and Murphy resumed the chase. Kentucky was in Union hands, and Yankee forces, such as Mitchel’s division, were deep in Tennessee.

But the fact that while waiting he burned a rail bridge in front of him suggests that he had already abandoned any hope of seizing Chattanooga by a bold, For the raiders, what an Atlanta newspaper headlined as “The Most Extraordinary and Astounding Adventure of the War” was far from ended when they abandoned the, Privates Alf Wilson and Mark Wood developed the best cover story of all, claiming that. The Union Army would then have rail reinforcement and supply lines to its rear, leading west to the Union-held stronghold and supply depot of Nashville, Tennessee. Andrews had focused his spying efforts on the Western & Atlantic Railroad that snaked 138 miles northward from Atlanta through mountainous northern Georgia to Chattanooga. The pursuers’ immediate problem was finding something to pursue with. Pittenger, narrating, tells the story of the mission they participated in through a flashback.

Was this review helpful to you? He asks Fuller if they could do so instead. The raiders steamed out of Big Shanty, leaving behind startled passengers, crew members, and onlookers, which included a number of Confederate soldiers from Camp McDonald, which stood directly opposite the Lacy Hotel. Andrews was told that Confederate Railway officials in Chattanooga had been told by Confederate Army officials that the Union Army under General Mitchel was approaching Chattanooga from Stevens, Alabama, intending to either capture or lay siege to the city, and as a result of this warning, the Confederate Military Railways had ordered the Special Freight movements. Directed by Francis D. Lyon. Murphy’s best guess was that the thieves were deserters from the nearby training camp, taking this unorthodox method of putting distance between themselves and Confederate authorities. Andrews expresses hopes that Fuller will not hold a grudge for deceiving him, acknowledging that they both fought in their own ways. Our fellows will hang twenty of you for every one you hang of this party.’ ”. The first of three locomotives used by conductor William A. Fuller in pursuit of the General, the Yonah, was portrayed in the movie by the Lafayette, a 1927-built 4-2-0 replica of an identical locomotive of the same name built in 1837. Fuller, when he met Texas, took command of her, picked up eleven Confederate troops at Calhoun, and continued his pursuit. Finally, at milepost 116.3, north of Ringgold, Georgia, just 18 miles from Chattanooga, with the locomotive out of fuel, Andrews' men abandoned the General and scattered. A very long sixty-five minutes after reaching Kingston, Andrews himself threw the siding switch, and the stolen train rolled out onto the main line again. The exhausted and trapped inhabitants would either formally surrender, or its defenses simply be overrun. The action moves at a swift pace throughout, and is filled with many exciting, if incredible, situations before the raiders are caught. Morgan Woodward Dies: ‘Dallas’ And ‘Gunsmoke’ Actor Was 93, Toronto Silent Film Festival 2013: ‘The General’ Showcases Buster Keaton’s Inimitable Feats of Glaring-Do, Best Real-Life Medal of Honor Movies or Mini-Series, Real-Life Medal of Honor Character Portrayals. As his men drifted into the depot to await the southbound evening train, he discovered the count was two short. When the freight arrived, however, it bore on its last car a red flag, indicating that an unscheduled train was following. The most avid investigator of his life, Charles O’Neill, deduced that he was foreign-born, probably in Finland, but his life is a blank until 1859, when he appeared in Flemingsburg, Kentucky, and took up house painting and clerking in the local hotel.

They won the race to Calhoun by the slimmest of margins. It was now raining steadily. "[10], For the historical event that inspired the film, see. There was too much rolling stock in Chattanooga for one locomotive to handle, the conductor reported, and a second section had to be made up. Traveling in groups of three or four, the Yankees plodded along the sodden roads, slipping into woodsheds and barns to rest or paying for food and shelter at homesteads.

After commandeering a Confederate locomotive, Yankee soldiers try to end the Civil War early by crippling the Southern railroad network. “Some of the first exhilaration we’d felt after capturing the train at Big Shanty was again ours,” Corporal Pittenger recalled, “as we whistled swiftly on for a mile or more, and then stopped to cut the wire, and to take up a rail—as we hopedfor the last time.” They bent to their work, prizing up the spikes with their crowbar and trying to wrench the rail loose with a fence rail. Boiler water was low and the firewood was gone. Above Resaca the Western & Atlantic wound tortuously through rough country, forcing the Confederates aboard the pursuing Texas to proceed carefully, alert for obstructions and ambushes. "A Rebel I Will Be Until I Die"—sung by Morgan Woodward. The film reteamed him with Jeff York, who had portrayed Mike Fink in the 1954-1955 Davy Crockett miniseries.

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