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"Gettysburg" movie director on the importance of historical reenactors

CBS News Thursday, 22 August 2019
This week on "The Takeout," writer and director Ron Maxwell explains why he used reenactors in his film "Gettysburg." "Reenactors are a living Civil War historian," Maxwell told CBS News' Major Garrett.
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