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One Man’s Hero is Another Man’s Traitor

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Title: One Man’s Hero is Another Man’s Traitor

Description: Today, Steve and Jacob Herr try to find something to like about the 1999 film, One Man’s Hero. This film tries to tell the story of the San Patricio Battalion. Does it succeed or is it a nightmare of history in film?

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Thank you again for listening to Beyond the Big Screen podcast. We are a member of the Parthenon Podcast network. Of course, a big thanks goes out to Jacob Herr. Links to learn more about Jacob and his history themed merchandise can be found at trendinghistory.com or in the Show Notes.
In this episode, we talk about the 1999 film One Man’s Hero based on the history of the San Patricio Battalion in the Mexican American War. In the last episode, Jacob led us through the real history and background of this fascinating story. Listening to that episode only makes this one even better!
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Another way to support Beyond the big screen is to leave a rating and review on Apple Podcasts. These reviews really help me know what you think of the show and help other people learn about Beyond the Big screen. More about the Parthenon Podcast Network can be found at Parthenonpodcast.com. You can learn more about Beyond the Big Screen, great movies and stories so great they should be movies on various social media platforms by searching for A to z history. Links to all this and more can be found at beyond the big screen dot com. I thank you for joining me again, Beyond the big Screen.
[00:00:00] I'd like to welcome back. Jacob heard to beyond the big screen, Jacob has been on to talk about Billy, the kid and film and in history and in the last episode. So I highly suggest you go back and listen to the last episode. He gave us a ton of background and context on the San Patricio battalion from the Mexican-American war.
Today, we are going to talk about the 1990. Film one man's hero, a film that dramatizes the events of the San Patricio battalion during the, the Mexican American war. And like I said, I highly encouraged people to go back and listen to our episode on the history of the St. Patrice CEO's. Catholic deserters from the U S army to the Mexican army duri
March 17, 2022
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