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The Americans
Episode 1 : Harper's Ferry

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Episode 1 : Harper's Ferry

Posted by Guiseppe Harvey

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Season 1

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1h 00m

When the Union arsenal at Harper's Ferry is attacked, one immediate result is a division of loyalties in the Canfield household.

Guest Stars: Ron Randell, Kenneth Tobey


Genres: Drama


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Episode 2 : Rebellion At Blazing Rock
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Episode 3 : The Regular
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Episode 4 : The Rebellious Rose
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Episode 5 : On To Richmond
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Episode 6 : Half Moon Road
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Episode 7 : Reconnaissance
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Episode 8 : The Escape
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Episode 9 : The Guerrillas
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Episode 10 : The Invaders
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Episode 11 : The Gun
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Episode 12 : The Sentry
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Episode 13 : The Bounty Jumpers
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Episode 14 : Long Way Back
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Episode 15 : The War Between The States
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Episode 16 : The Coward
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Episode 17 : The Inquisitors
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