Living Between Two Worlds ()


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Raised from birth to the ministry by his strong black mother, Harvey doubts the authenticity of his vocation and considers becoming a jazz musician. Although he is taunted for his devotion... See more »

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Horace Jackson ...
Harvey
Maye Henderson ...
Mom
Anita Poree ...
Bucky
Mimi Dillard ...
Helen
Irvin Mosley Jr. ...
Papa (as Irvin Mosley)
Kyle Johnson ...
Larry
Derrik Lewis ...
Norman
Geraldine West ...
Mrs. Peters
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Orderly
Lawrence LaMarr ...
Janitor
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Rev. Williamson
David Morrow
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John Herman Shaner ...
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Bobby Johnson

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Horace Jackson ... (writer)

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Horace Jackson ... producer

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Lee Strosnider
Vilmos Zsigmond

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Gene Evans
Austin McKinney

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Carl Randell

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DeForest Covan ... production supervisor

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Lee Strosnider ... sound mixer

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Austin McKinney ... gaffer

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Gordon Zahler ... music supervisor

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Ivan Dixon ... assistant to director

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Plot Summary

Raised from birth to the ministry by his strong black mother, Harvey doubts the authenticity of his vocation and considers becoming a jazz musician. Although he is taunted for his devotion to his mother by his fiancée, Helen, the young black is strongly supported by his sister Bucky. Following Helen's rape by two white men, Harvey has to make a decision. Written by Anonymous

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  • Living Between Two Worlds (United States)
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  • 75 min
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Trivia Anita Poree, who plays the protagonist's sister, left cinema and became a highly successful songwriter for RCA and Motown Records. See more »

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