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Joe Louis (Character)
from The Joe Louis Story (1953)

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  1. "Drunk History"
        - Las Vegas (2015) TV episode, Played by Donald Faison
        - Montgomery, AL (2014) TV episode, Played by Terry Crews
  2. Max Schmeling (2010) Played by Yoan Pablo Hernández
    ... aka "Fist of the Reich" - , USA (reissue title)

  3. American Gangster (2007) Played by Bari K. Willerford
  4. Joe and Max (2002) (TV) Played by Leonard Roberts

  5. Rocky Marciano (1999) (TV) Played by Duane Davis
  6. The Court-Martial of Jackie Robinson (1990) (TV) Played by Stan Shaw

  7. "Voyagers!"
        - All Fall Down (1983) TV episode, Played by Sam Scarber
  8. Raging Bull (1980) Played by Coley Wallace

  9. Marciano (1979) (TV) Played by Coley Wallace
  10. Ring of Passion (1978) (TV) Played by Bernie Casey
  11. The Phynx (1970) Played by Joe Louis

  12. The Joe Louis Story (1953) Played by Coley Wallace

  13. Johnny at the Fair (1947) Played by Joe Louis
  14. Joe Palooka, Champ (1946) Played by Joe Louis
  15. This Is the Army (1943) Played by Joe Louis
    ... aka "Irving Berlin's This Is the Army" - USA (complete title)

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From This Is the Army (1943)
Jerry Jones: Hello, Joe. Nervous?
Joe Louis: Mr. Jones, I quit worrying the day I got into uniform. All I know is I'm in Uncle Sam's Army and we on God's side.
Jerry Jones: [while a soldier performer in blackface looks on] Well, that's a fine way to feel and I don't know anyone that could say it better than you, Sergeant.
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