North and South

Book 2 - Episode 3

Season 2, Ep 3, Aired 5/4/86
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  • Episode Description
  • Time period: September 17, 1862 - spring 1864. Meeting face to face during the war, Charles and Billy nearly kill each other. President Lincoln frees the slaves in the rebel Southern states. Ashton visits her family's plantation to carry out Bent's revenge against Orry forcing Madeline leave him. Billy leaves the army to go see his wife, but Brett ruins Ashton's revenge on them.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Genie Francis

    Brett Main Hazard

  • James Read

    George Hazard

  • Lesley-Anne Down

    Madeline Fabray LaMotte

  • Patrick Swayze

    Orry Main

  • Wendy Kilbourne

    Constance Flynn Hazard

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (4)

    • (After Ashton tells her that she knows about her mother's past and forces her leave Orry) Madeline: You must hate me very much, Ashton.

    • (Ashton leaves Mont Royal after attempting against Billy's life unsuccessfully) Brett: I do hope you have a safe trip, Ashton. Maybe you could stop at that Confederate camp and charm the colonel into giving you an escort north. Ashton: And if I never see you again, little sister, it would be too soon.

    • (Billy and Charles come face to face during Antietam Creek battle) Billy: Charles? Charles: Get out of here, Billy, before I have to kill you. Billy: Before I have to kill you.

    • (To Madeline) Ashton: Your mother sold herself to men for money.

    Trivia (3)

    • Madeline is pregnant with Orry's baby.

    • Goof: Orry is asked to hand over some letters on his way south by a fellow soldier who hasn't seen his wife for 2 years. When Orry tells about this to Madeline, he says that the soldier hadn't seen his wife for a year.

    • Goof: Orry and two fellow soldiers leave towards Tennessee riding three light brown horses. However, they are forced to turn around seconds after and Orry is riding a dark brown horse.

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