Glory & Honor Trailer

Glory & Honor Trailer (1998)

01 March 1998 Drama, TV Movie 94 mins

The true story about Robert Peary's forgotten African American employee Mathew Henson who proved crucial in their race to North Pole.

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Delroy Lindo

as Mathew Henson

Henry Czerny

as Robert Peary

Bronwen Booth

as Josephine Peary

Kim Staunton

as Lucy Ross

David Ferry

as John Verhoeff

Richard Fitzpatrick

as Dr. Draper

John Novak

as Langdon Gibson

Vlasta Vrána

as Morris Jesup

Sylvain Landry

as Eivind Astrup

Larry Audlaluk

as Ahnalkah

International Releases Dates

United States 01 March 1998

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