- Photo courtesy of Earl and Rachel Smith Strand Theatre
- Jun 16
Days Time Sun, Jun 16 3pm – 5pm
One of the finest films ever made about the American Civil War, Glory also has the honor of being the first major Hollywood film to acknowledge the vital contribution of African American soldiers to the country's historic struggle. The film tells the story of the 54th Regiment of the Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, an all-black unit comprising Northern freemen and escaped slaves.