In 1956, 16-year-old Tom Brokaw was working at a local radio station in Yankton, South Dakota, on the night of the presidential election. Watch as Tom reveals why he still thinks of the smallest tasks he performed that night every time he anchors the election night coverage for NBC News.
When Cindy Crawford was a girl living in the small town of DeKalb, Illinois, her parents divorced. Watch as Cindy shares how her mother's dependence on weekly child support payments made her determined to be able to take care of herself.
Growing up in rural South Dakota, legendary journalist Tom Brokaw discovered his passion for news at an early age. Through it all, he remained grounded, which he credits in part to the values he learned as a child. 'I've often said that I had my father's balls, my mother's brains and their common heart,' he says. Watch as Tom reflects on his nearly 'perfect parentage' and why even as a boy he always wanted to know what was going on beyond the Great Plains.
When the Berlin Wall fell in 1989, legendary journalist Tom Brokaw was the only one of the Big Three American anchors on the scene.
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Union soldiers descend on the farm of a Confederate family and decide to stay until their wounds are healed. While the weary Union captain falls for the mother of the family, her son plots revenge on the dirty, double-dealing Yankees.
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During the American Civil War, a Union Army Captain (Chris Cooper) leads his ragtag cavalry troop up a misty creek to a remote farm to steal enemy livestock and supplies. The farm is owned by Sarah Anders (Patricia Clarkson), whose husband is away fighting for the Confederate Army, and her young son. When an accident forces the patrol to stay, the captain and Sarah find they have more in common than they want to admit. Thrown together by destiny, the captain and Sarah are forced to make choices beyond their control.
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