Glory 1990


Directed by


Cary Elwes
Cary Elwes
Col. Robert Gould Shaw
Maj. Cabot Forbes
Sgt. Maj. John Rawlins
Jihmi Kennedy
Pvt. Jupiter Sharts
Andre Braugher
Cpl. Thomas Searles
John Finn
Sgt. Maj. Mulcahy
Donovan Leitch Jr.
Capt. Charles Fessenden Morse
JD Cullum
Henry Sturgis Russell
Alan North
Gov. John Albion Andrew
Bob Gunton
Gen. Charles Garrison Harker
Cliff De Young
Col. James M. Montgomery
Christian Baskous
Edward L. Pierce
RonReaco Lee
Mute Drummer Boy
Jay O. Sanders
Gen. George Crockett Strong
Richard Riehle
Daniel Jenkins
'A' Company Officer
Michael Guess
'A' Company Soldier
Abdul Salaam El Razzac
'A' Company Soldier
Peter Michael Goetz
Francis George Shaw
Pete Munro
Benji Wilhoite
Young Soldier
Ethan Phillips
Hospital Steward
Mark A. Levy
Bigoted Soldier
Randell Haynes
Afemo Omilami
Tall Contraband
Keith Noble
Short Contraband
Dan Biggers
Marc Gowan
Dr. William B. Rogers
Raymond Godshall Jr.
Dr. Charles G. Thorpe
Bob Minor
Contraband Soldier
Joan Riordan
White Woman
Saundra Dunson-Franks
Black Woman
Mark A. Jones
54th Soldier
Peter Grandfield
10th Connecticut Soldier
Mark Margolis
10th Connecticut Soldier
Paul Desmond
10th Connecticut Soldier
Tom Barrington
10th Connecticut Soldier
Michael Fowler
10th Connecticut Soldier
Richard Wright
10th Connecticut Soldier
Joseph Alex
Re-Enactor Core Group and Company A
Jane Alexander
Sarah Blake Sturgis Shaw
Frank Blair
Darian Farmer
Carla Brothers
Charlotte Forten
Bill Chemerka
Confederate Officer
Sheila Cochran
Home dweller
Rachel Lea Grundfast
Ellen Shaw
Kevin R. Hershberger
Confederate Soldier
Kevin Jarre
10th Connecticut Soldier
Jay Lance
Union Soldier
Rick Leisenring
Union Officer
William Mathis
Union Soldier
Barry J. Miller
Union / Confederate Soldier
Matthew Murdzak
Bill Nunn
Larry Peterson
Union Officer
Shane Pinson
Confederate Soldier
Alejandro de Quesada
Confederate / Union Soldier
Roger Ragland
Cavalry Officer
Ted Rupel
Raymond St. Jacques
Frederick Douglass
Michael Wayne Thomas
Rodger Williamson
Union Cavalryman
 122 minutes (2 hrs 02 mins)
UK BBFC Age Rating:  15 age rating
MPAA Age Rating: Glory PG age rating 
UK release date UK release: 2nd March 1990
US release date US release: 16th February 1990
UK total gross
United Kingdom Flag  £1.4 Million
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Weeks on US box office: 2

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