History Awesome / Amistad

16th Jul '16 9:58:23 AM cptorsai
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* When the British Captain defuses the DA's argument by saying "What else can the poundage refer to? Masts and Sails?"

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* When the British Captain defuses the DA's argument by saying "What else can the "And to what poundage do you imagine the entry may refer to? Masts to, sir? A mast and Sails?"sails, perhaps?"
28th Jun '16 5:57:52 PM Adept
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** AnthonyHopkins did that speech in one take. It awed StevenSpielberg so much that he has never called Hopkins "Tony" since, but only "Sir Anthony."

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** AnthonyHopkins Creator/AnthonyHopkins did that speech in one take. It awed StevenSpielberg Creator/StevenSpielberg so much that he has never called Hopkins "Tony" since, but only "Sir Anthony."
2nd Jul '15 8:29:55 AM redandready45
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* The destruction of the slave fortress and Captain Fitzgerald's rather dry response: "Fire. Fire. Fire. Fire. Fire. Take a letter, Ensign. To His Honor, the United States Secretary of State, Mr. John Forsyth. My dear Mr. Forsyth, it is my great pleasure to inform you that you are, in fact, correct. The slave fortress in Sierra Leone does not exist. "

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* The destruction of the slave fortress and Captain Fitzgerald's rather dry response: "Fire. Fire. Fire. Fire. Fire. Take a letter, Ensign. To His Honor, the United States Secretary of State, Mr. John Forsyth. My dear Mr. Forsyth, it is my great pleasure to inform you that you are, in fact, correct. The slave fortress in Sierra Leone does not exist. ""
* The slave traders going to jail, and Cinque's utter joy.
15th Sep '14 10:21:13 PM Fireblood
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* John Quincy Adams' argument to the Supreme Court, where he singlehandly convinces 7 southern slave owners that the defendents are humans with equal rights, who deserve freedom and had the right to use force to secure it.

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* John Quincy Adams' argument to the Supreme Court, where he singlehandly singlehandedly convinces 7 southern slave owners that the defendents defendants are humans human beings with equal rights, who deserve freedom and had the right to use force to secure it.
15th May '14 11:50:55 AM Eegah
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* John Quincy Adam's argument to the Supreme Court, where he singlehandly convinces 7 southern slave owners that the defendents are humans with equal rights, who deserve freedom and had the right to use force to secure it.

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* John Quincy Adam's Adams' argument to the Supreme Court, where he singlehandly convinces 7 southern slave owners that the defendents are humans with equal rights, who deserve freedom and had the right to use force to secure it.
25th Mar '14 12:46:42 PM MickeyMoose
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** AnthonyHopkins did that speech in one take. It awed StevenSpielberg so much that he has never called Hopkins "Tony" since, but only "Sir Anthony."
27th Jul '13 7:23:16 PM kchishol
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* John Quincy Adam's argument to the Supreme Court, where he singlehandly convinces 7 southern slave owners that the defendents are humans with equal rights, who deserve freedom.

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* John Quincy Adam's argument to the Supreme Court, where he singlehandly convinces 7 southern slave owners that the defendents are humans with equal rights, who deserve freedom.freedom and had the right to use force to secure it.
9th Sep '12 11:36:00 PM Fireblood
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* When the British Captain defuses the DA's arguement by saying "What else can the poundage refer to? Masts and Sails?"
* John Quincy Adam's arguement to the Supreme Court, where he singlehandly convinces 7 southern slave owners that the defendents are humans with equal rights, who deserve freedom.

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* When the British Captain defuses the DA's arguement argument by saying "What else can the poundage refer to? Masts and Sails?"
* John Quincy Adam's arguement argument to the Supreme Court, where he singlehandly convinces 7 southern slave owners that the defendents are humans with equal rights, who deserve freedom.
31st Jul '11 7:19:24 PM Chelaaku
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* "Give us, us free! GIVE US, US FREE!"

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* "Give us, us free! GIVE US, US FREE!"FREE!"
* The destruction of the slave fortress and Captain Fitzgerald's rather dry response: "Fire. Fire. Fire. Fire. Fire. Take a letter, Ensign. To His Honor, the United States Secretary of State, Mr. John Forsyth. My dear Mr. Forsyth, it is my great pleasure to inform you that you are, in fact, correct. The slave fortress in Sierra Leone does not exist. "
30th Jun '11 8:39:39 PM katzsoa
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* "Give us, us free! GIVE US, US FREE!"
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