History Heartwarming / CaptainAmericaTheFirstAvenger

29th Jan '18 12:50:35 PM Discar
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** He also gets visibly angry with Zola when Steve destroys yet another HYDRA project. When a HYDRA soldier is brought before him as well, Schmidt immediately executes him for his failure. Zola, however, just gets berated, and its clear that Schmidt doesn't want to hurt the little guy.[[note]]Some fans have noted that the soldier in question appears to some kind of be a leader who ran away without getting a scratch or dirt on him. In other words,
a coward.[[/note]]

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** He also gets visibly angry with Zola when Steve destroys yet another HYDRA project. When a HYDRA soldier is brought before him as well, Schmidt immediately executes him for his failure. Zola, however, just gets berated, and its clear that Schmidt doesn't want to hurt the little guy.[[note]]Some fans have noted that the soldier in question appears to some kind of be a leader who ran away without getting a scratch or dirt on him. In other words,
words, a coward.[[/note]]
4th Jan '18 6:09:32 PM nombretomado
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* The HowlingCommandos' toast at the end of the war:

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* The HowlingCommandos' ComicBook/HowlingCommandos' toast at the end of the war:
16th Dec '17 8:51:26 AM Rebu
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** He also gets visibly angry with Zola when Steve destroys yet another HYDRA project. When a HYDRA soldier is brought before him as well, Schmidt immediately executes him for his failure. Zola, however, just gets berated, and its clear that Schmidt doesn't want to hurt the little guy.

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** He also gets visibly angry with Zola when Steve destroys yet another HYDRA project. When a HYDRA soldier is brought before him as well, Schmidt immediately executes him for his failure. Zola, however, just gets berated, and its clear that Schmidt doesn't want to hurt the little guy.[[note]]Some fans have noted that the soldier in question appears to some kind of be a leader who ran away without getting a scratch or dirt on him. In other words,
a coward.[[/note]]
16th Nov '17 2:59:01 PM Hjortron18
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--> '''Steve:''' "So, what? You ready to follow ''Captain America'' into the jaws of death?"\\
'''Bucky:''' "Hell no. That little guy from Brooklyn who was too stupid to run away from a fight, I'm followin' him."

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--> '''Steve:''' "So, So, what? You ready to follow ''Captain America'' into the jaws of death?"\\
death?\\
'''Bucky:''' "Hell Hell no. That little guy from Brooklyn who was too stupid to run away from a fight, I'm followin' him."
20th Oct '17 9:40:50 AM Overfiend
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** Adding credence to the above, look at the scene where Schmidt is having his portrait painted. Not only does Schmidt bother to ask Zola for his opinion, but Zola looks full on at not only the painting, but compares it to the hideously distorted real-life source material, and still expresses sincere admiration.


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** Adding credence to the above, look at the scene where Schmidt is having his portrait painted. Not only does Schmidt bother to ask Zola for his opinion, but Zola looks full on at not only the painting, but compares it to the hideously distorted real-life source material, and still expresses his sincere admiration.
20th Oct '17 9:31:16 AM Overfiend
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** Adding credence to the above, look at the scene where Schmidt is having his portrait painted. Not only does Schmidt bother to ask Zola for his opinion, but Zola looks full on at not only the painting, but compares it to the hideously distorted real-life source material, and still expresses sincere admiration.
8th Aug '17 7:43:52 AM Rebu
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** When Steve rescues Bucky, and tells him about the transformation, Bucky's first words are "did it hurt?"
27th Jun '17 8:38:07 PM mouschilight
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* As Erskine predicted, Steve isn't prejudiced as cap, because people were prejudiced against ''him'' when he was just a little guy.

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* As Erskine predicted, Steve isn't prejudiced as cap, Cap, because people were prejudiced against ''him'' when he was just a little guy.
31st May '17 6:43:18 PM Rebu
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* As Erskine predicted, Steve isn't prejudiced as cap, because people were prejudiced against ''him'' when he was just a little guy.
20th May '17 12:28:17 AM mouschilight
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---> '''Steve:''' "So, what? You ready to follow ''Captain America'' into the jaws of death?"
---> '''Bucky:''' "Hell no. That little guy from Brooklyn who was too stupid to run away from a fight, I'm followin' him."

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---> --> '''Steve:''' "So, what? You ready to follow ''Captain America'' into the jaws of death?"
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death?"\\
'''Bucky:''' "Hell no. That little guy from Brooklyn who was too stupid to run away from a fight, I'm followin' him."



--> '''Steve:''' Just go!
--> '''Bucky:''' [[BigNo No!]] Not without you!

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--> '''Steve:''' Just go!
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go!\\
'''Bucky:''' [[BigNo No!]] Not without you!
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