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  1. Old Glory - Wikipedia

    Old Glory is a nickname for the flag of the United States. The original "Old Glory" was a flag owned by the 19th-century American sea captain William Driver (March 17, 1803 – March 3, 1886), who flew the flag during his career at sea and later brought it to Nashville, Tennessee, where he settled.

  2. Old Glory (film) - Wikipedia

    Old Glory is a 1939 Warner Bros. Merrie Melodies animated cartoon directed by Chuck Jones. The short was released on July 1, 1939, and stars Porky Pig. The cartoon was commissioned by Warner Bros. as a counterpart for a series of live-action films about American patriotism.

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  4. Old Glory: An American Voyage - Wikipedia

    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Old Glory is a travel book by Jonathan Raban. It is the winner of The Royal Society of Literature 's Heinemann Award and the Thomas Cook Travel Book Award.

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  5. Old Glory, Texas - Wikipedia,_Texas
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    Old Glory is an unincorporated community in Stonewall County, Texas, United States. The community has an estimated population of 100.

    Old Glory is situated immediately south of the junction of U.S. Highway 380 and FM 1835 in eastern Stonewall County, between the Double Mountain Fork and the Salt Fork Brazos River. Old Glory lies nine miles east of Aspermont and sixty-two miles northwest of Abilene.

    Development of the area began in the late 1880s with a few ranches and scattered farms. Around 1900, a number of German families from southeast Texas moved to the vicinity and settled along the Double Mountain Fork Brazos River. In 1903, G.R. Spielhagen laid out a town site two miles southeast of the present-day location and named it Brandenburg. Only a school house and a general store were constructed there. The Stamford and Northwestern Railway Company was chartered to build a railroad from St

    Public education in the community of Old Glory is provided by the Aspermont Independent School District. The district's campuses are located in the town of Aspermont. The Old Glory Independent School District once served the community, but rapidly declining enrollment caused the district and its schools to close. On July 1, 1985, the areas once served by Old Glory ISD were annexed into the Aspermont Independent School District.

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  6. The Old Glory - Wikipedia

    The Old Glory was produced off-Broadway in New York City at The American Place Theatre in 1964 in the company's first production which starred Frank Langella, Roscoe Lee Browne, and Lester Rawlins and won five Obie Awards in 1965 including an award for "Best American Play" as well as awards for Langella, Brown and Rawlins.

  7. Old Glory (aircraft) - Wikipedia

    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Old Glory was a Fokker F.VIIa single-engined monoplane that was used in 1927 on an attempted transatlantic flight from Old Orchard Beach, Maine, United States to Rome, Italy. The flight was sponsored by William Randolph Hearst to promote his newspaper the New York Daily Mirror.

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  8. Old Glory | Looney Tunes Wiki | Fandom
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    Porky Pig is a child forced to learn the Pledge of Allegiance. He becomes quickly bored and falls asleep. In his dream, Uncle Sam (voiced by John Deering) comes to life and teaches Porky about history from Colonial America through the American Revolutionary War to the expansion of the American Old West, briefly alluding to Abraham Lincoln. Upon awakening, Porky snaps into a salute and recites the pledge as the Flag of the United States waves overhead and the words "The End" pan over the waving flag.

    (1986) VHS - Viddy-Oh! For Kids Cartoon Festivals: Porky Pig Cartoon Festival Featuring "Tom Turk and Daffy"
    (1998) VHS - Cartoon Moviestars: Porky Pig and Company
    (2003) DVD - Looney Tunes Spotlight Collection: Volume 2, Disc 1 (restored)
    (2004) DVD - Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 2, Disc 3 (restored)
    There are no Merrie Melodiesrings at the end, as in other shorts, or the words "That's All, Folks!"
    The flag of the United States has only 48 stars, as this short was made before Hawaii and Alaska were admitted to the Union (both in 1959). Also, this Pledge of Allegiance as recited by Porky does...
    The original ending title card was cut from the original negative when the cartoon was re-released into the Blue Ribbon Merrie Melodies program on August 25, 1945 during the 1944-45 season (evident...
    Since the cartoon was reissued in 1945 (after Schlesinger sold the studio and retired), the second reissue retains the first reissue's ending card after the flag fades out. Other cartoons that kept...
    ↑ IMDB Info on John Deering
  9. Old Glory | King of the Hill Wiki | Fandom
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    Peggy hears from Bobby that an old rival of hers, Peggy Donovan (Heather Locklear), has returned to substitute teaching after a three-year absence, during which time she has apparently earned her Master's degree. When Bobby later receives a failing grade on an English essay and is tasked with writing another, Peggy assumes that Donovan is taking her rivalry with her out out on her son, suspecting that it all goes back to Peggy having been assigned a better parking space. Meanwhile, Bill is on the Army base when he notices an enormous American flag about to be ceremonially incinerated according to flag retirement protocol. Overcome with nostalgia, he requests that the flag instead be allowed to continue to fly at his own residence, and Hank, Dale, and Boomhauer help him install a new flagpole for the occasion (in a scene recalling the Iwo Jima flag raising). Bobby, struggling for a topic for his new essay, finds inspiration in Bill's oversized flag but still encounters difficulty in...

    Hank's remark about Frank Gorshin's birthday means this episode was set on April 5th, 3 months after the episode aired.

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  10. Old Glory - The Fallout Wiki
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    Ulysses wields a non-playable version of Old Glory. The weapon has higher damage, but lower critical damage and a critical multiplier of 1. It also has a 10% chance of knocking enemies down (unless...
    Old Glory can be found on the body of Ulysses, if the player chooses to fight him.
    It appears in Ulysses' footlocker upon the completion of Lonesome Road.
    Old Glory was originally meant to be a weapon in Fallout: New Vegas, then named the "Eagle Pole". It was cut from the base version of the game as a usable item, but its visual resources remained in...
    The 3 of Clubs in the Fallout: New Vegas collector's edition card deck depicts Ulyssesholding what appears to be a flag pole.
    It is possible to get two copies of the weapon; if you finish The End with Ulysses still alive he will be sitting on a rock ledge, over looking the The Divide after you return back from the Mojave...
    The name "Old Glory" is a nickname of the flag of the United States.
    The idea of carrying a gold or silver pole with an eagle on top dates back to the Legions of the Roman Republic in which each legion had two "Eagles" which were never to be captured. They symbolize...
    Ulysses' dialogue in Lonesome Roadindicates his eagle staff is an Old World symbol.
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