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Great Gettin' Up Mornin' (1964)

TV Movie  -   -  Drama  -  January 1964 (USA)
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African-American family prepares sending their two young children off to School, on the first day of racialy integrated Public School attendance in the American south.

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Joanne Logan
Don Marshall ...
Chris Logan
Mark Dymally ...
Kevin Findlay
Van Whitfield ...
Larry Henderson
Paulene Myers ...
Mrs. Butler
Jeff Burton ...
Jack Findlay
Davis Roberts ...
Rev. Leon Shelton
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Tina Logan
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African-American family prepares sending their two young children off to School, on the first day of racialy integrated Public School attendance in the American south.

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The first teleplay by an African-American Woman writer to be produced and telecast on Network TV in USA. Dramatization of the first day of student racial-integration in American Public Schools. See more »

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An historic TV Production.
1 December 2003 | by (Los Angeles, USA) – See all my reviews

This was the primary broadcast of a teleplay by an African-American woman writer: Ann Flagg (deceased). It was also the TV debute performance of Nichelle Nichols. From this telecast she went on to racially integrate outer-space in the "STAR TREK" Movies and TV series.


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