Colonel Effingham's Raid (1946)
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In 1940, Colonel Will Seaborm Effingham (Charles Coburn), a retired army officer, returns to his home town of Frederisksville, Georgia and is disturbed at the lack of civic pride. He writes a letter-to-the-editor in the local newspaper and attacks those who would do away with with traditions, especially those moving to tear down the old city hall and those who rename Confederate Square after a local politician.
The story takes place in 1940. On the eve of America's entry in World War II, a colonel retired to his small Southern town, and discovers that there is a plan afoot to tear down Confederate Monument Square. He begins a campaign to rally the townspeople to save the square.
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