Peggy Carter’s Funeral | Marvel’s Captain America: Civil War (2016)

Peggy Carter’s Funeral | Marvel’s Captain America: Civil War (2016)

Thank you. Unprecedented. Okay. Case closed. I win. I have to go. And now, I would like
to invite Sharon Carter to come up and say a few words. Margaret Carter was known to most
as a founder of S.H.I.E.L.D… but I just knew her as Aunt Peggy. She had a photograph in her office. Aunt Peggy standing next to JFK. As a kid, that was pretty cool. But it was a lot to live up to. Which is why I never told
anyone we were related. I asked her once how she managed to master diplomacy and espionage… in a time when no one wanted to see
a woman succeed at either. She said, compromise where you can. But where you can’t, don’t. Even if everyone is telling you
that something wrong is something right. Even if the whole world
is telling you to move… it is your duty to plant
yourself like a tree… look them in the eye and say
“No, you move.” When I came out of the ice, I thought everyone
I had known was gone. Then I found out she was alive. I was just lucky to have her. She had you back, too. Who else signed? Tony, Rhodey, Vision. Clint? Says he’s retired. – Wanda?
– TBD. I’m off to Vienna
for the signing of the Accords. There’s plenty of room on the jet. Just because it’s the path
of least resistance… doesn’t mean it’s the wrong path. Staying together is more important
than how we stay together. What are we giving up to do it? I’m sorry, Nat. I can’t sign it. I know. Then what are you doing here? I didn’t want you to be alone. Come here.


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    Jayden Bordelon

    Okay so at 0:36 you can see "Old Man Cap" who returned the stones and spent his life with Peggy. He is in a military uniform on the left. Watching his unknowing younger self carry the coffin

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