I first saw this in August 1977. I would like to see it again. I do have Mississippi Burning, however this movie tells more like it happened. Someone reading I hope you have clout to have it released to DVD or VHS. It's a great Educational movie, about the Civil Rights movement in the 1960's. I'm a fan of Black history. Four Little girls maybe on DVD in your Walmart store. I have seen it as well. The Black people were treated horrible in Mississippi and Alabama. It was all for white supremacy white power. In many places, there were restroom facilities for whites and coloreds. Also drinking fountains. This movie was about giving black people the right to vote. Every American should exercise that right. No matter what race creed or ethnic group. The episode of Dragnet about Donald L. Chapman was about hate. He had a swastika, German helmets, military guns. He had a car wreck and shot the victim of the other vehicle, because he was black. He planted a bomb in an Elementary school, because it was going to be integrated. Sgt. Friday told him he's a Psycho and they are a minority too. Ku Klux Klan, was setting themselves up as the law. They wore those white sheets and hoods, to do their dirty work at night. I encourage everyone to see this movie. It gives the exact facts of history and how it happened.
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